HC Deb 16 November 1926 vol 199 c1684
54. Mr. MARCH

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether there is any likelihood of legislation for the purposes of abolishing the 12 years' residence condition imposed on natural-born British subjects by the Old Age Pensions Acts, 1908–24, with the exception of the provisos (a) to (e) to that condition, and incorporating the two years' residence condition, but not the employment conditions, imposed by and under the Widows', Orphans', and Old Age Contributory Pensions Act, 1925, but with the substitution of the United Kingdom for Great Britain?


No, Sir.