§ 25. Mr. WATT
asked the hon. Member for St. George's-in-the-East, as representing the Insurance Commissioners, whether the tariff paid to chemists in Scotland under the National Insurance Act is the same as that paid to chemists in England; and whether the chemists in Scotland have shown the necessity, be cause of the different circumstances existing there, of having a Scottish tariff of prices instituted?
The tariffs in force in England were the subject of local negotiations in the various areas, and they afford no ground for a comparison of the circumstances of England as a whole with those of Scotland.