HC Deb 22 May 1930 vol 239 c587

"to raise to fifteen years the age up to which parents are required to cause their children to receive efficient elementary instruction and to attend school; to make provision for maintenance allowances in respect of children attending school up to that age who are over the age of fourteen years; to empower local education authorities to make arrangements with respect to non-provided elementary schools; and to facilitate the withdrawal from school of children for religious observance and instruction," presented by Sir Charles Trevelyan; supported by Mr. Greenwood, Mr. Pethick-Lawrence, and Mr. Morgan Jones; to be read a Second time upon Monday next, and to be printed. [Bill 203.]