HC Deb 11 October 1916 vol 86 cc87-8
5. Mr. HOGGE

asked the Prime Minister if he can give an early day to discuss the methods to be employed by the Statutory Committee in dealing with the care, training, and employment of disabled men?

The PRIME MINISTER (Mr. Asquith)

It will, I presume, be in order to raise this matter on the Vote of Credit.


As we have not yet heard of the decision of the Cabinet on the whole pensions scheme, will my right hon. Friend not consider giving us a full day after the Cabinet has announced its decision instead of on the Vote of Credit?


I will consider that.

7. Mr. HOGGE

asked the Prime Minister when he proposes to introduce the Naval and Military War Pensions (Expenses—No. 2) Bill?


The Bill will not be introduced until the question of the establishment of a single pension authority, which, as it was stated yesterday is receiving the attention of the Government, has been determined.

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