HC Deb 03 March 1930 vol 236 cc49-50W
Mr. W. G. HALL

asked the Minister of Pensions whether any changes have been made in the practice of obtaining, in connection with the consideration of pension cases, information from employers as to a man's health during his employment?


The practice referred to has been very carefully considered by me, and it has now been laid down that in any case where boarding is required on the initiative of the Ministry (other than cases of epilepsy and tuberculosis where the practice is discontinued altogether) it is made clear to the man that if he has definite reasons against asking his employer for this information he need not do so.

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