§ 9. Mr. L'ESTRANGE MALONE
asked the Minister of Labour on what information the Government Actuary based the statements regarding coal-trimmers, professional footballers, sandwichmen, and women week-end shop assistants contained in Paper No. 19 submitted to the Royal Commission on Unemployment Insurance?
§ Miss BONDFIELD
Paragraph 8 of the Paper No. 19 to which the hon. Member refers indicates that the examples are taken from a memorandum submitted by the Ministry of Labour. This memorandum will be published in due course as soon as oral evidence relating to it has been taken, and will then be obtainable from the Stationery Office in the usual way.
§ Mr. MALONE
Does not the right hon. Lady think that the evidence has been published in a way most prejudicial and unfair to the general interests of the unemployed?