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Police (Pensioners)

Volume 932: debated on Wednesday 25 May 1977

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asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many police pensioners there are who (a) had their police service interrupted by war service in the 1914–18 war and (b) being members of the Civil Service, would have joined earlier and earned police pension rights, had it not been for the war; and what would be the estimated cost of providing police pensions for these two categories.