How is Lady St. Helier characterized and what exactly are her complaints about Bishop and her plans for him in Billy Bishop Goes to War by John Gray?

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Lady St. Helier is a powerful socialite in London with friendship and connections with Churchill and Lord Hugh Cecil. She is characterized accordingly. Whatever her complaints, St. Helier is characterized as someone with enough clout and power to be instrumental in getting Billy Bishop into flight school.

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