§ 45. Sir KINGSLEY WOOD
asked the Prime Minister whether he proposes to advise the setting up of a Royal Commission to investigate the medical service under the National Insurance Act and kindred matters?
§ 140. Lieut.-Colonel FREMANTLE
asked the Minister of Health whether, seeing that a court of inquiry has recently estimated the value of the medical service under the National Health Insurance system, he will advise the appointment of a Royal Commission, as promised' by his predecessor, to investigate the administration of National Health Insurance?
§ The MINISTER of HEALTH (Mr. Wheatley)
The Government propose to advise the setting up of a Royal Commission as soon as arrangements can conveniently be made, to inquire into and make recommendations as to the whole system of National Health Insurance
§ Sir K. WOOD
May I ask the right hon. Gentleman at the same time to consider the advisability of making the reference to this Commission as wide as possible, and also the desirability of putting people on the Commission who have already some knowledge of the subject?