HC Deb 03 July 1916 vol 83 c1214
88. Mr. CREAN

asked the Under-Secretary of State for War whether he is aware that the pension of John J. Cassidy, which he was in receipt of as prison warder, has been stopped during his employment at Woolwich; whether any other pensioners employed there have been similarly treated; if not, will he say why an exception should be made in his case; whether inquiry will be made as to the proficiency of Mr. Cassidy; and, if his immediate superiors bear testimony to his worth, will the stoppages already made be refunded?

Mr. REA (Lord of the Treasury)

The Minister of Munitions is having inquiries made into this matter.