§ Mr. SNOWDEN
asked if, under Clause 55 of the National Insurance Bill, a member of a friendly society which does not become an approved society under the Act will be entitled to deduct from the contributions he has paid to this society a sum equal to the contribution deducted from his wages for national insurance?
§ Mr. LLOYD GEORGE
A scheme adopted under Clause 55 of the Bill by a friendly society which does not become an approved society would, of course, take into account the fact that employed members would have to contribute to the National Health Insurance. The precise manner of doing so would depend upon the details of the scheme.