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Post Office Servants (War Bonus)

Volume 236: debated on Monday 10 March 1930

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asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury whether he is aware that Post Office servants released for military service under the Military Service Acts were promised in Circular 2283, dated 7th March, 1916, the same privileges is regard to civil pay, etc., as those who volunteered; that the Military Service Acts men received no War bonus in addition to civil pay, although the volunteers had it; and whether he will consider if this can be remedied?

Further representations have been made by the Civil Service Joint Committee in support of the claim by Post Office servants called up under the Military Service Acts for Civil Service bonus during their service with the forces, and are under consideration.