§ 73. Mr. T. SMITH
asked the Minister of Labour whether, under the Unemployment Assistance (Periods of Occasional Sickness) Provisional Rules, 1934, a recipient of an allowance who falls sick or is otherwise incapacitated is regarded as capable of and available for work during the remainder of the week in which he falls sick, the whole of the next week, and the first five days of the next week, provided his sickness extends to but not beyond the fifth day; and whether, if his sickness extends to or beyond the last day of the third week, he is only regarded as capable and available for work during the remainder of the week in which he falls sick and the whole of the next week?
§ Mr. E. BROWN
Section 36 (2) of the Unemployment Assistance Act, 1934, permits rules to be made by the Unemployment
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