HC Deb 01 December 1920 vol 135 cc1286-7W

asked the Attorney-General whether, seeing that Sir George Murray's Committee recommended that on general grounds they were in favour of extending the offices of the Public Trustee to other provincial towns except Manchester, and that the Public Trustee has been considering this matter, he can now state whether it has been decided to set up such an office in Cardiff for the convenience of the people of Wales, and thus relieve persons of the heavy expense now incurred by having to travel to London to attend to business of this kind?


I must refer the hon. Member to the answer given to a similar question on the 20th April last. I understand that no decision has yet been made.