HC Deb 01 February 1945 vol 407 c1643W
Mr. Ness Edwards

asked the Minister of Pensions what allowance is paid to the wife of a soldier with a 40 per cent. disability pension when the soldier enters hospital for further treatment, the marriage having taken place after the soldier had sustained his wounds.

Sir W. Womersley

In the normal case an allowance of 10s. a week is payable in respect of the wife of a married pensioner undergoing hospital treatment approved by the Ministry, irrespective of the date of marriage or the assessment of his disablement for pension.