HC Deb 19 June 1911 vol 27 c25

May I ask when the Chancellor of the Exchequer proposes to lay on the Table the further actuarial calculation he promised on the Second Reading of his Insurance Bill. I refer particularly to two requests I made to him at the time—one, as to the actuarial value of the benefits to soldiers and sailors, so as to satisfy us that the soldiers and sailors are getting their full proportion of the benefit; and a similar calculation, as to the benefits to women as separate from those granted to men.


I will see that they are placed on the Table as soon as I can possibly get them from the actuaries.