§ 38. Mr. GRAHAM WHITE
asked the Minister of Health whether attendance at a juvenile instruction centre is accepted by him as satisfying the condition of full-time instruction at a day school for the payment of additional allowances or orphans' pensions under the Contributory Pensions Acts, 1925 to 1935?
§ Sir K. WOOD
Attendance at a juvenile instruction centre is normally accepted as qualifying a child for an additional allowance or orphan's pension, but the special circumstances of a particular case may make it an exception to the general rule. If the hon. Member has a specific case in mind and will let me have particulars, I will be glad to look into it.