HC Deb 30 October 1919 vol 120 c908W

asked the Secretary of State fur War whether he is aware of the widespread feeling among the relatives of men who died in France and elsewhere over the refusal to issue free passes to visit their graves; whether, in view of the fact that the issue of such passes was practically promised, he is prepared to reconsider the decision; whether, if the issue of free warrants cannot be made, he is prepared to consider a proposal to issue warrants at a reduced rate or free of charge where family circumstances are necessitous; and, if not, whether he can hold out any hope of this matter being reconsidered in the near future?


I must refer the hon. Member to the reply given yesterday to the hon. Member for Aberdare.