HC Deb 14 April 1920 vol 127 c1689W

asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the War Office whether he can see his way to revise the existing regulations in reference to the applications of relatives to go abroad to visit the graves of deceased soldiers; whether he is aware that the regulation requiring the parents of fallen men to pay full railway fares, etc., is far beyond the purse of a working man; and if he will consider the expediency of issuing special military permits at reduced railway fares as a return for the sacrifice of heroic lives?


I am afraid that I cannot add anything to the previous answers given on this subject.