HC Deb 07 March 1917 vol 91 c410W

asked the Under-Secretary of State for War when the civilian dispensers employed in the military hospitals in Ireland will receive the war bonus which was promised to all Government employés; if he is aware that a promise was made to pay established and un-established employés the bonus; if he is aware that the salary paid by the Government is £109 4s., and that the salary paid by outside firms is £120; if he is aware that according to I.C.O. 2046, dated 10th October, 1916, sub-paragraph (v), states that if the salary of the claimants does not reach the amount being paid outside for the same work they are, on recommendation, entitled to this bonus; and if he will inquire into this matter and recommend the bonus to be paid?


I will inquire into-this matter and let the hon. Member know the result.