HC Deb 01 March 1920 vol 126 c23
36. Mr. W. GRAHAM

asked the Prime Minister whether he is aware that there is great dissatisfaction among the blind in this country and also among the managers of institutions for their training and support in view of the delay in introducing legislation to deal with their position in the community; and whether, having regard to the urgency of this matter and the promise of the Government in the course of last Session, he will take steps to have legislation introduced with out delay or give facilities for the Bill presented by the hon. Member for North Salford?


My right hon. Friend the Minister of Health is giving special consideration at this moment to the subject referred to in the question, in consultation with the Advisory Committee on the Blind, and it is hoped that some satisfactory steps may be taken in the near future to deal practically with it.