HC Deb 28 March 1923 vol 162 c482

asked the Minister of Labour whether he will consider means by which ex-service men who came from various parts of the world to serve in the Great War, and who did not take advantage of the War Office facilities to return to the country from whence they came, can now be provided with third-class passages in cases where it is proved that they are out of employment, and can produce evidence that work awaits them in the country from whence they came?


I regret that I can only refer my hon. Friend to the reply given to him by the Prime Minister on 1st March on the same subject.