HC Deb 14 October 1912 vol 42 c789
23. Mr. FELL

asked how many persons have become assured in Ireland under the National Insurance Act; how much has been received there for stamps sold up to the latest date available; and if the Act is being carried out in Ireland to the same extent as in England?


The exact number of persons who have entered insurance in Ireland under Part I. of the National Insurance Act cannot be given until the return of the first quarter's cards, but the evidence available indicates a general compliance with the provisions of the Act there as in England. The amount received from the sale of stamps up to 5th October was £138,200.