HC Deb 29 October 1919 vol 120 cc699-700W

asked the Financial Secretary to the War Office whether, in view of the fact that gratuities have been given to all other hospital workers, and by the British Red Cross Society to their masseuses, he will reconsider the recent decision that members of the United Services Massage League shall receive no gratuity for their war services, and will take into consideration the fact that these ladies, who were obliged to sign on for six months, were under military discipline and would therefore appear to be entitled to receive the same treatment as that accorded to hospital workers?


I am looking into this question, but I must not be understood to make any promise to alter the decision already announced.

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