HC Deb 16 June 1884 vol 289 cc420-1

asked the Secretary to the Treasury, Whether it is intended to place all salaried Civil servants on pension at the age of sixty, without reference to their being efficient for further service; and, if so, will additional compensation beyond the ordinary pension be given to those who were in the service prior to the passing of the Superannuation Act of 1859, and who, under the Superannuation Act of 1834, would not be retired until sixty-five, except on medical certificate or on reorganization of their office?


I am aware of no such intention as that assumed in the first part of the Question; and it is, therefore, unnecessary to reply to the rest of it.