§ 105. Sir R. CLOUGH
asked the Minister of Pensions whether claims are admitted on the part of soldiers who did not, on demobilisation, make complaint of ill-health, either because they did not themselves then recognise the gravity of the symptoms or because there were actually 423 at the time no specific symptoms of the disease, whose origin arose from the War but which only developed subsequently?
§ The PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY to the MINISTRY of PENSIONS (Major Tryon)
The answer is in the affirmative.