§ 45. Lord HENRY CAVENDISH-BENTINCK
asked the Prime Minister whether, in view of the; necessity of a more effective treatment of the problem of unemployment, the Government will consider the advisability of raising a national loan for the purpose of internal development and assisting schemes of Empire migration?
§ Mr. CHURCHILL
The various measures which the Government have adopted towards the solution of the 1589 problem of unemployment have already been stated to the House. The various important and interesting considerations which arise from suggestions such as that made by my Noble Friend cannot readily be discussed within the limits of an answer to a Parliamentary question.
Major-General Sir NEWTON-MOORE
Is it not a fact that the money provided under the Empire migration scheme does not include unemployment?
§ Mr. W. THORNE
Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that, in spite of all the schemes which have been put into operation by the Government, there are more men and women unemployed now than there were 12 months ago?