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Post-War Credits

Volume 531: debated on Tuesday 27 July 1954

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asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many applications he has so far received for the repayment of post-war credits due in respect of people who would, if still living, be 65 years of age, or over, in the case of men, or 60 years of age, or over, in the case of women.

pursuant to his reply [OFFICIAL REPORT, 20th July, 1954; Vol. 530, c. 104], supplied the following information:In the fortnight ending on 17th July, 1954, approximately 70.000 claims were received for payment of post-war credits of persons who had died and who would, if still living, have been able to claim payment themselves.