HC Deb 12 March 1925 vol 181 c1483

asked the Minister of Pensions, in view of the fact that the amount of constant attendance allowance paid to a man who has lost both legs as a result of war service depends upon the extent of the personal assistance ascertained to be required, whether the amount is decided on the recommendation of his medical advisers or upon the Report of the local war pensions committee?

Viscount CURZON

The judgment on which a grant of constant attendance allowance is made is, in the main, subject to the conditions prescribed by the Minister under the terms of the Royal Warrant, that of his medical advisers.

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