WAAF discussed in the House of Commons

Sir Kingsley wood makes a speech in the House of Commons regarding proposals made to the Air Ministry in November 1939 by Lady Londonderry. She had suggested the formation of a women's training school and a technical training school, with the provision of women ferry pilots for ferry work in mind, by by that time the Air Ministry had decided to continue to associate the RAF with the War Office scheme for the Auxiliary Territorial Service. In a reply to Lady Londonderry, it was pointed out that women could enter Class II of the Civil Air Guard for pilot training.