§ 36. Colonel PENRY WILLIAMS
asked the Minister of Labour whether, owing to complaints he has received from the unemployed in Middlesbrough, he has scat any instructions to the rota or advisory committees making alterations in the administration the insurance benefit; and, if so, what instructions has he sent?
37. Mr. TREVELYAN THOMSON
asked the Minister of Labour whether, is view of the recent representations which he has received with regard to the administration of unemployed benefit through the Middlesbrough Employment Exchange, he has sent any communication to the Middlesbrough Local Employment Committee; and, if so, will he give particulars of the same?
§ The MINISTER of LABOUR (Mr. Shaw)
I have not yet received the result of the inquiry referred to in my reply of the 16th July to the question asked by the hon. Member for West Middlesbrough (Mr. T. Thomson) on the subject of claims to benefit in the Middlesbrough area. As soon as this inquiry is completed I will let the hon. Members know the result, and, if it proves to be necessary, I will, of course, communicate with the local committee concerned.