§ 9. Mr. Douglas
asked the Minister of Pensions in how many cases have pensions been refused in respect of persons discharged from, or dying while, serving in the forces as a result of diseases from which they were free when they entered the service; and in how many of such cases has the refusal been upon the ground that the disease was of unknown or of constitutional origin.
§ The Minister of Pensions (Sir Walter Womersley)
I regret that the information asked for by my hon. Friend is not available and could not be obtained without undue expenditure of time and man power.
§ Sir W. Womersley
No, Sir, but I would refer my hon. Friend to the Debate which took place on Tuesday on the Adjournment. He will get all the information he wants from that.