§ Mr. F. ROBERTS
asked the Minister of Pensions whether disabled men whose appeals for pension on ground of attributability have been heard and rejected by the military appeal board are entitled to appeal to the new independent appeal tribunal; and, if not, can he promise to give all men the right of appeal to the latter tribunal?704W
§ Sir J. CRAIG
The answer to the first part of the question is in the negative. The War Pensions (Administrative Provisions) Act, 1919, which sets up the new tribunals, provides that no appeal shall lie in the case of any claim already heard and rejected by the existing appeal tribunals.