§ Mr. MOLES
asked the Minister of Pensions how many medical boards have been held in Belfast from 1st March, 1920, to 31st August, 1920; the number of men examined by the said boards during that period; the number of men's pensions reduced to a lower percentage owing to improved conditions of health from the previous board; the number of men recommended to remain on their present rate of percentage of pension owing to no alteration in health from the previous medical board: the number recommended for no further award of pension owing to improved conditions of health, from the previous board, i.e., pension discontinued and no further awards of gratuity given; the number of appeals against the decisions of the medical board; the number of appeals dismissed; and the number upheld?
§ Mr. MACPHERSON
All the particulars asked for have been called for but have not up to the moment of answer been received from the Regional Office. I will communicate with my hon. Friend as soon as I am in a position to give the information.