§ 7. Major COHEN
asked the Pensions Minister what is the number of totally disabled officers, non-commissioned 1924 officers, and men at present in receipt of a 100 per cent. disability pension; and what is the estimated total, including all claims awaiting adjustment and all those at present in hospital?
§ The PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY to the MINISTRY of PENSIONS (Colonel Sir James Craig)
The number of officers, non-commissioned officers, and men at present in receipt of retired pay or pension for total disablement is approximately 35,500. I have no sufficient data to enable me to reply to the latter part of the question.