HC Deb 16 April 1948 vol 449 c95W
Sir I. Fraser

asked the Attorney-General in how many instances since 5th May, 1947, an entitlement pensions appeal tribunal has failed to arrive at a unanimous decision and as a result the appeal has been referred to a different appeal court.

The Attorney-General

From 5th May, 1947, until 8th April, 1948, there were 84 entitlement appeals in which a pensions appeal tribunal did not reach a unanimous decision and which were as a result adjourned for re-hearing by another tribunal.