HC Deb 05 March 1919 vol 113 cc426-7W

asked the Pensions Minister if he is aware that Harry Bell, Royal Air Force, who was formerly in the 12th Squadron, then transferred to the 56th Squadron, and is now in the 13th wing H 2, France, and is at present servant to a colonel, applied to have the allowance made to his mother, and that 3s. 6d. only has been paid; whether he is aware that Harry Bell's brother, Robert Bell, who went through an operation and came home in April, 1918, sent the ring-paper straight back, and that nothing more has been heard since; and whether he will have inquiries made into the case?

Major-General SEELY

In the absence of Service number, it is impossible to identify the airman referred to. If the hon. Member will be good enough to supply me with this information, the case will be investigated and the result communicated to him.