HC Deb 01 March 1920 vol 126 cc35-6
82. Sir A. WARREN

asked the Minister of Health if his attention has been called to the position of registrars of births and deaths, whose fees and emoluments still stand at the pre-War rate; and if, in view of the hardship thus imposed upon this class of public servant, he will take steps to bring about an increase in the scale of their fees?


I am sending the hon. and gallant Member a copy of the reply which I gave on the 10th April last to the hon. Member for Lincoln on the same proposal, which is not possible without legislation.