§ Mr. Groves
asked the Home Secretary whether he will issue instructions to prevent private doctors accompanying first-aid parties to places where there are air-raid casualties, seeing that the first-aid parties are presumably competent to do what little can be done before the arrival of ambulances, and the doctors will thus be taken away from their surgeries in which they may be able to render valuable assistance to casualties which do not require treatment in hospital?
§ Sir J. Anderson
I have been asked to reply. I have no reason to suppose that doctors are likely to accompany first-aid parties as such and I see no necessity to issue instructions of the kind suggested by my hon. Friend.