HC Deb 30 July 1930 vol 242 c533W

asked the Home Secretary if ex-Warders J. Williams and J. Silvester, late of Park-hurst Prison, when recalled to duty under the Superannuation Act, 1859, Section 11, were informed that their re-established service would not be calculated for pension; and whether re-established service is normally pensionable under the Superannuation Acts?


When these officers were re-employed in 1918 they were not informed that the additional service would not be calculated for pension, but as has been explained in reply to previous questions they were over 60 at the time and further service after retirement and attainment of that age is not regarded as pensionable.