§ Mr. G. LOCKER-LAMPSON
asked the Minister of Pensions if he will issue a book containing all the documents now in force connected with pensions so that all interested persons interested may have a complete state- 490W ment of the facts about pensions and their administration; and, if that be inconvenient, whether he will give a list of such documents?
§ Sir J. CRAIG
General information concerning war pensions is contained in four handbooks compiled for the respective use of disabled officers and men and the dependants of deceased officers and men. These four handbooks, together with a leaflet of information in summarised form, were recently bound together and copies sent to the Vote Office for distribution to hon. Members, to assist them in answering inquiries made by their constituents. The handbooks are now being revised to incorporate recent changes and will be reissued and similarly bound and distributed at a very early date.