2. Mr. TREVELYAN THOMSON
asked the Minister of Pensions if he is now prepared to reconsider the question of allowances to pensioners undergoing home treatment, who, in many cases, are refused any treatment allowance, even when the disability for which they are receiving treatment prevents them following their normal occupation?
I cannot, I fear, add anything to the answer I gave to my hon. Friend in reply to his question on the same point on the 26th ultimo.
Is the mind of the right hon. Gentleman closed entirely to any revision of these cases of hardship?