HC Deb 28 July 1914 vol 65 cc1116-7
71. Mr. MOUNT

asked the Postmaster-General whether, in view of the fact that there are considerable numbers of the established staff of the Post Office who have made no provision by insurance for sanatorium treatment, he will see what steps can be taken to increase the opportunities of established servants of the Post Office to make such provision?


As I explained in my reply to the hon. Member's question of the 22nd inst., any member of the established staff of the Post Office can acquire a right to sanatorium treatment in return for a subscription of 2s. per annum. The opportunity thus afforded appears to mo to meet the needs of the case.

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