§ Mr. E. Brown
Twelve men from Government training centres are at present employed in the Papworth workshops of whom eight are, I understand, paid 1s. 3d. per hour, and four 1s. per hour. I am informed that in addition to carrying out building work in the village settlement, the Papworth industries produce chiefly portable buildings, furniture, leather and fibre travelling goods, and printing.
§ Mr. Rowson
Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that as a result of that Debate many medical men in the country were astonished at the Ministry's attitude on the matter?