The King's Roll Scheme is limited to disabled ex-Service men from the last war, and the question of its extension to disablements arising from the present war is under consideration in connection with the general plan of post-war resettlement, to which I referred in my reply to the hon. Member for Rotherham (Mr. Dobbie) on 22nd January, 1942. The Interim Scheme of Training and Resettlement introduced last year provides facilities for men now being discharged from His Majesty's Forces on account of wounds or disablement.
That scheme is being worked out. It would take too long in reply to a Question to give the details of the whole scheme, but the treatment for disabled men begins in the field hospital, almost as soon as they are wounded. Then there is vocational treatment, and they are then followed right through to their employment.