HC Deb 08 May 1928 vol 217 c184W

asked the Minister of Health which of the improvements or suggestions recommended by the inspectors of his Departments on the administration of the Hollesley Bay Colony and the Belmont Institution have not been carried out; and are there any special reasons for the non-fulfilment of these recommendations?


On further inquiry I find that all the recommendations made by my inspectors on points of detail have been carried out at the institutions. The larger questions of policy to which I referred in my reply to the hon. Member's question of the 26th April last are still under consideration.

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