5. Mr. J. J. Davidson
asked the Minister of Labour whether he has now, as a result of his last tour of local areas and exchanges, formulated new schemes to deal with unemployment or new methods of administration; and, if so, has he any statement to make?
Is the Minister aware that many thousands of people have been waiting a considerable time for him to redeem his promise that something would be done?
Was not that examination with a view to improving the conditions of administration and bringing in schemes?
§ Mr. George Griffiths
Sid not the Minister give some hope to those who were over the age of 45; and is it not likely that they will die without any hope?