§ Sir KINGSLEY WOOD
asked the Minister of Labour whether men who were employed during the War in the ordnance factories are, on discharge, being refused unemployment donation policies by the local Labour Exchanges, on the ground 1722W that they are not contributors under the National Insurance Act by reason of their being exempted persons as pensioners of the Arsenal or the Army?
§ Sir R. HORNE
The answer to this question is in the affirmative. It is a condition for the receipt of out-of-work donation by adult civilian workers that they should have been employed contributors under the National Health Insurance scheme at least three months prior to 25th November, 1918.