HC Deb 02 December 1926 vol 200 c1366
40. Mr. BRIANT

asked the Minister of Health why, as the suggestions made by his Department in regard to the Moffat Institute Maternity and Infant Welfare Centre in Lambeth have been carried out, he has refused permission for the installation of artificial light treatment, which is required for a number of children in attendance at the centre?


Approval was first withheld in this case in 1925, partly because of certain defects in the proposals submitted, and partly because it was desirable to obtain more experience of the methods and results of this form of treatment before approving further installations. If, however, the application is now renewed, I shall be prepared to consider the matter further.