§ 12. Mr. WATERSON
asked the Secretary of State for War the number of men drawing pensions for wounds received during the recent War who have re-enlisted and are now in combatant units and cavalry regiments?
§ Mr. CHURCHILL
I think it would be difficult, and would add to the burdens imposed upon the War Office staff at present. We are endeavouring to contract the staff as much as possible. We are doing six times the pre-War work with four times the pre-War staff. I have, therefore, to be very careful in regard to returns, unless there be a very definite need of them. If the hon. Gentleman will make out a case for special investigation, I will let him know what can be done.