HC Deb 25 June 1928 vol 219 c18

asked the Prime Minister whether, in view of the facts disclosed by the inquest held on 19th June, 1928, at Deptford on the body of Arthur Augustus Parsons, who had been radiographer at the Seamen's Hospital, Greenwich, for over 20 years, and for six years previously at Westminster Hospital, and who died from carcinoma contracted in the course of his duty, he will consider recommending some appropriate method by which the State can show its appreciation of such work for the public good?

The PRIME MINISTER (Mr. Baldwin)

If my hon. Friend will send me full particulars in regard to this case I will look into it.