Oral Answers to Questions — Industrial Assurance Committee (Evidence).

Part of the debate – in the House of Commons on 18th April 1934.

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Photo of Mr Leslie Hore-Belisha Mr Leslie Hore-Belisha , Plymouth, Devonport

It is the practice of the Stationery Office occasionally, if such a course is otherwise convenient, to save the cost of double composition by purchasing, for official publication, copies of memoranda such as the appendices to the minutes of evidence before the Departmental Committee on Industrial Assurance, which have already been set up in type by the parties giving the evidence. The practice is economical and I am not aware of any abuses to which it has given rise.