HC Deb 17 July 1913 vol 55 c1441
109. Mr. BALDWIN

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether in cases where an approved society has more than 5,000 members all in the same employment and of the same grade, but scattered through England and Wales, so that in neither country alone is the number of 5,000 reached, lie will make any provision in the National Insurance Act (1911) Amendment Bill to avoid the necessity of such a society dividing up its membership in England and Wales, and having to affiliate with other societies in the two countries for valuation purposes?


If the hon. Member will put down an Amendment designed to secure his object, it will be duly considered in the Committee stage of the Amending Bill.