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War Damage (Value Payments)

Volume 414: debated on Thursday 11 October 1945

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asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer when it is proposed that compensation should be paid for the loss of houses and furniture destroyed by enemy action, as the withholding of payments is causing great hardship especially to those of advanced years.

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer at what date the War Damage Commission is likely to pay compensation to people whose chattels and property were destroyed in the Northern Ireland air raids, 1941.

:I would refer the hon. Members to the answers I gave on 21st and 23rd August to the hon. and gallant Members for Penrith and Cocker mouth (Lieut.-Colonel Dower) and for Withington (Squadron-Leader Fleming).