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Re: Married man's Allowance

Posted by RossP on Thu, Jul 21 2022 at 08:26 AM CDT:

In Reply to: Re: Married man's Allowance posted by Brian Marjoram on Wed, Jul 20 2022 at 02:22 PM CDT:

Harry.

Yes I believe you are wrong.

There was an allowance paid to married soldiers.

This was administered under the authority of the Royal Warrant issued March 1951. Under the Royal Warrant it states “Marriage Allowance to which all eligible married officers and men will normally be entitled will be in aid of the provision they will make from their pay for the maintenance of their families.”

This was debated in Parliament as per Hansard in June 1964.
It was a question raised by an MP on Army pay and allowance’s.





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