Parliamentary Secretary's Investigations.

Oral Answers to Questions — Poor Law. – in the House of Commons am ar 20 Tachwedd 1930.

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Photo of Mr Frederick Gould Mr Frederick Gould , Frome


asked the Minister of Health whether it is intended to issue a report as a result of the Parliamentary Secretary's recent visits and investigations in certain Poor Law areas?

Photo of Mr Frederick Gould Mr Frederick Gould , Frome

In the light of the answer given, in view of the lack of publicity under which the public assistance committee now carry on their work, and the lack of uniformity in the administration of the Poor Law, would it not be helpful to get first-hand knowledge from the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Health after the experience which she has had?

Photo of Mr Geoffrey Shakespeare Mr Geoffrey Shakespeare , Norwich

Has the Parliamentary Secretary been to see the stone-breaking?

Photo of Mr Arthur Greenwood Mr Arthur Greenwood , Nelson and Colne

On the general question I should be very unwilling to establish a new precedent that our official visits should be the subject of reports to Parliament.

Photo of Sir Kingsley Wood Sir Kingsley Wood , Woolwich West

May we be told how this distress has been abolished in three days by the present Government?