§ 39. Captain LOSEBY
asked the Prime Minister if he will consider the advisability of instituting an inquiry into the position of all women who, during the late War, served outside the British Isles on war service and were incapacitated, directly or indirectly, owing to such service, with the ultimate object of placing them upon the same footing in regard to disability pensions as male combatants?
§ The PRIME MINISTER (Mr. Lloyd George)
The Government are at present considering this matter, and if my hon. Friend will repeat his question next week I hope to be able to answer it.