HC Deb 01 May 1922 vol 153 c967

asked the President of the Board of Education whether a teacher who is already qualified for a pension under the School Teachers (Superannuation) Act, 1918, in that he is 60 years of age and has already completed 30 years of pensionable service, will still be eligible for all the benefits under that Act, even though he continues teaching and does not make application for a pension until after the introduction into Parliament, and passage by it, of any new Act which may have the effect of modifying the character of the benefits for which teachers are now eligible?


I am afraid that I cannot anticipate the terms of any legislation which Parliament may pass on this subject.