HC Deb 23 December 1937 vol 330 cc2165-6W
Mr. Hepworth

asked the Minister of Health whether, in view of the difficulties which are arising in deciding a large number of cases under the new black-coated workers' pension schemes, he will consider establishing some central organisation to which all controversial points could be submitted, since in many instances reliable local guidance cannot be obtained?

Sir K. Wood

I am not aware of the difficulties to which my hon. Friend refers, and I should be grateful if he would communicate with me in the matter. My Department, at the central office in London and Cardiff, and the many local offices throughout the country, is ready to assist those who are in doubt or difficulty.

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