HC Deb 27 March 1929 vol 226 cc2451-2W
Brigadier-General WRIGHT

asked the Minister of Pensions the number of ex- service men who are still in hospital and have been in hospital ever since their admittance due to wounds sustained in the great War; and what form or forms their pensions take?


I regret that the records of the Ministry do not enable the numbers required to be stated but they would, I believe, be comparatively few. Special allowances for men and their families under the terms of the Royal Warrants, and not pension, would ordinarily be issued in these cases.