HL Deb 12 March 1925 vol 60 c525

Owing to the fact that at the date of Mr. A. O'N. C. Chichester's transfer to the Northern Ireland Parliament, he had only completed two years in the service of the House of Lords, the question of any pensionable rights due to him from the House has been raised by the Government of Northern Ireland. The Committee agreed that in accordance with the rules made by the Treasury under the Superannuation Act, 1892, the House of Lords will pay, on Mr. Chichester's ultimate retirement after not less than ten years' completed service, such part of his pension and additional allowance calculated on the amount of his emoluments at the date of his resignation from the House of Lords as is proportionate to the time of his service in the House of Lords.