§ Mr. G. JONES
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many ex-service men have been discharged from the Disposal and Liquidation Commission since November, 1922; the number of such men who served overseas during the Great War; the number of such men who served at home during the Great War; the number of non-service men now retained by the said Commission; and the respective numbers of ex-service men who served overseas and at home during the Great War, and of non-service men who are due for dismissal in April next?
§ Major BOYD-CARPENTER:
The number of ex-service men discharged from the 2115W Disposal and Liquidation Commission since November, 1922, is 62, of whom 46 served overseas in the late War and 16 served at home. The number of non-service men at present retained is 35. The number of men who are due for discharge by the end of April next is 60, of whom 51 served overseas, eight served at home, and one is non-service.