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Service Pensions

Volume 154: debated on Wednesday 31 May 1922

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asked the Minister of Pensions whether a man who has served 12 years with the colours, pre-War, and over two years during the War, is entitled to have his service pension increased on attaining the age of 60?

I have been asked to answer this question. If the hon. Member will be good enough to furnish me with the name and other particulars of the man whom he has in mind, I will look into the case and communicate with him further. At present the particulars given are insufficient to enable me to reply definitely.