HC Deb 09 February 1922 vol 150 c268
2. Lieut.-Colonel POWNALL

asked the Minister of Pensions if it would be possible for him to arrange that men who had lost one or both legs during the War should be given a badge which would entitle them to special consideration by railway, omnibus, and tramway companies?

The MINISTER of PENSIONS (Mr. Macpherson)

Provision of this nature has already been made and is still available for those who care to apply through their local war pensions committees. It is found, however, that as a rule men decline to wear anything which draws attention to their disability.