HC Deb 26 February 1941 vol 369 c532W
Mr. Crowder

asked the Minister of Labour whether he is aware that the office of the Assistance Board for the borough of Finchley is outside the area which it administers and that the shortest distance from the borough to the office is nearly four miles; and whether, in view of the difficulties experienced by so many residents in these days in travelling long distances, he will consult with the Assistance Board and establish an office in the borough of Finchley itself?

Mr. Tomlinson

I have been in communication with the Board, who inform me that they hope shortly to have an office within the borough.