§ Mr. BARKER
asked the Minister of Pensions if he will have further inquiries made into the claim for a pension of ex-Private George Henry Bradford, No. 040,699, 92nd Royal Army Ordnance Corps, discharged from Chiseldon on 7th January, 1919; is he aware that Bradford served four years in the 2nd Monmouthshire Regiment; was wounded in France; was six times in hospital in France; that he enlisted A1 and was discharged B2; that he is certified by a doctor of a British Legion medical advisory panel as suffering from nervousness and D.A.H., and as being unable to carry on his work; and that he has been ill for eight months, with a heavy family depending on him?
I am looking into the facts of this case and will communicate with my hon. Friend as soon as possible.