HC Deb 06 February 1913 vol 48 c32
64. Captain CRAIG

asked the Secretary to the Treasury whether he will cause inquiry to be made into the case of a housekeeper, Bridget Connor, who was accepted as an insured person under the National Insurance Act by the Refuge Assurance Company, 105, Stephen's Green, Dublin, representatives of the National Amalgamated Approved Friendly Society, the assurance company, after accepting her contribution card duly stamped, tendered by Mr. G. F. Beatty, of Carrig-na-Mara, Killiney, county Dublin, who was acting on her behalf, and informing him that her proposal form, which he tendered at the same time, was all in order, subsequently refusing the woman any benefits although she had regularly contributed, and although she was confined to bed, having a stroke of paralysis?


The Irish Commissioners are communicating with the society referred to as to this case, and I will inform the hon. and gallant Member of the result.