§ Mr. SNOWDEN
I have been asked to lake this question. 1. The figures of debts due to Great Britain as on 31st March, 1924, are given in the Financial Statement (H.C. 60 of 1924), and are as follow:—
with interest accrued and remaining unpaid thereon as of the last interest period prior to or ending with 15th November, 1923."
The first column would appear to correspond to our category of War debts due from Allies.
Royal Commission to inquire into the Lunacy Laws will be empowered to inquire into the hours and conditions of work of asylum workers; and, if so, whether he will consider the advisability of giving representation to asylum workers on the Commission?1173W
It is not proposed to ask the Royal Commission to inquire into the hours and conditions of work of asylum workers. The Departmental Committee on the Nursing Service in Mental Hospitals, which is now sitting, will, I understand, report on the question of hours for nurses.