HC Deb 24 July 1912 vol 41 cc1164-5

asked what steps the Board of Trade take to have reported to them the facts disclosed in cases affecting companies whose conduct has already been brought under the notice of the Board; whether the Board have yet obtained and considered a Report of the facts disclosed in the case of Glover versus the Law Integrity Insurance Company; and, if so, what action the Board propose to take towards that company or for the protection of the public?


The Board of Trade are always willing to consider facts regarding companies which are brought to their notice, and disclose grounds in which any action can be taken by them, but in many cases they have no means of obtaining information unless the facts are submitted to them by the persons interested. No facts relating to the case of Glover v. Law Integrity Insurance Company, Limited, have been submitted to the Board, and I am therefore unable to say whether there is any ground on which action can be taken by them.


Will not a Report as to this case be furnished to the right hon. Gentleman?


I have nothing further to state or report.