§ 26. Mr. Hannam
asked the Secretary of State for Social Services what representations he has received concerning the withdrawal of invalid vehicles from haemophiliacs and disabled mothers.
§ Mr. Alfred Morris
My right hon. Friend received representations last year from the Joint Committee on Mobility for the Disabled, the Central Council for the Disabled and other bodies representing disabled people about provision for haemophiliacs and disabled mothers in the new Mobility Allowance Scheme. I explained the reasons for the Government's policy decisions affecting these groups in my reply to the hon. Member on 25th November 1975. [Vol. 901, c.146.] The new scheme does not entail withdrawing cars from existing holders.