§ 56. Sir S. COLLINS
asked the Post master-General if he is aware that certain postal servants have been permitted to enrol as munition workers, but when they do so the period of service does not count for superannuation; and, if this is so, will he take steps to adjust this apparent injustice?
The ASSISTANT POSTMASTER-GENERAL (Mr. Pike Pease)
The facts are as stated by the hon. Member. The conditions upon which Post Office servants are released for munition work were laid down by the Treasury, and are applicable to Civil servants generally.