HC Deb 28 July 1915 vol 73 cc2263-4
23. Major HUNT

asked the Under-Secretary of State for War whether he is aware that Sergeant Holloway, lately turned out of the 2nd City of London Yeomanry as suffering from incipient pulmonary consumption after having served for years in the British Army, including the South African War, has been refused any help from the War Office; and whether the Government propose to take steps to secure sanatorium treatment for this man?


The War Office have no particulars of this case, and the hon. and gallant Member should advise Sergeant Holloway to apply by letter for sanatorium treatment, when his case will be at once considered.

Major HUNT

Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that Sergeant Holloway has already applied and the War Office have refused to do anything for him?


No; but if the hon. and gallant Gentleman will let me have the particulars, I will have them looked into.