HC Deb 22 April 1964 vol 693 cc185-6W
Mr. Lilley

asked the Secretary of State for Scotland when the Report of the Committee on Children and Young Persons will be published: and if he will make a statement.

Mr. Noble

Today. I should like to say again how grateful I am to Lord Kilbrandon and his Committee for the great deal of thought and attention

Mr. W. Hamilton

asked the Secretary of State for Scotland what were the average loan charge, the average interest charge, and the average rent, all stated in weekly terms, for a council house in 1951 and 1963, respectively, in each local authority area in Fife.

Mr. G. Campbell

The answer requires figures for 26 local authorities and I shall, with permission, circulate it in the OFFICIAL REPORT.

The following is the information:

which they have given to this extremely complicated subject.

The Committee make some important recommendations for an entirely new approach to the prevention and treatment of delinquency among children under 16. Before reaching a decision on those recommendations the Government propose to give the various authorities concerned, and the public generally, an opportunity of expressing views on the major issues involved.

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