HC Deb 23 July 1912 vol 41 c991W

asked the Secretary to the Treasury whether girls not British subjects staying at a convent for two three, or four years, receiving no money wages, maintained wholly and medically cared for during sickness, doing the duties of housework under tuition to fit them for such duties on their return to their home-country, come under the provisions of the National Insurance Act; and, if so, what are the contributions, when payable, by whom, and of what amounts?


On the facts as stated the answer to the first part of the question is in the negative. The second does not therefore arise.