§ 51. Lord H. CAVENDISH-BENTINCK
asked the Prime Minister whether, in view of the fact that the better co-ordination of the various social services is receiving the consideration of the Government, he will appoint a Committee of Inquiry to consider a co-ordinated scheme of social insurance?
§ 58. Mr. CHARLES EDWARDS
asked the Prime Minister whether it is the intention of the Government to appoint a Committee or Commission to inquire into the practicability or otherwise of co-ordinating the health and unemployment insurance schemes, old age pensions, and compensation for injuries, etc., with a view to centralising management and consequently reducing the cost of administration?
§ Mr. CLYNES
This question is being carefully examined by the Departments concerned, and until that examination is completed it will not be possible to say what further action, whether by the appointment of a Royal Commission or otherwise, may be advisable.