HC Deb 07 April 1927 vol 204 c2243
22. Colonel DAY

asked the Minister of Health if his attention has been drawn to the classes introduced by the Salford Board of Guardians for single men up to the age of 30 and married men up to the age of 25, which they have to attend regularly as a condition before they are granted out-door relief; what success this experiment has met, and is he considering recommending it to other guardians throughout the country?

The MINISTER of HEALTH (Mr. Chamberlain)

I would refer the hon. Member to the reply given on the 3rd March to a question put on the same subject by the right hon. Member for Seaham.

Colonel DAY

Can the right hon. Gentleman say how long these men will have to attend the classes?


I should like to have notice of that question.