HC Deb 26 June 1919 vol 117 cc349-50W

asked the First Lord of the Admiralty if, in view of the fact that men now serving in the dockyards have had their wages increased, which thereby carries an increased pension, anything could be done in the way of increase of pension for those pensioners who have previously served in the dockyards and who are now endeavouring to subsist on the lower scale of pension in force in pre-war days, when the price of living was not so abnormal?


The pensions in question were awarded by the Treasury under the Superannuation Acts, and I suggest to my hon. and gallant Friend that he address a question on the subject to that Department.

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