§ 41. Mr. Worsley
asked the Secretary of State for Social Services when he will produce a further White Paper on Social Security; and what subjects it will cover.
§ Mr. Worsley
Surely the Minister realises that the White Paper leaves unanswered as many questions as it answers? Is he aware that before the public can give a considered opinion they need much more information?
§ Mr. Crossman
I would have thought that the information we have given on the subject of national superannuation—the subject of the White Paper—was adequate for decision. The other part which remains is the details of our permanent 32 plans for unemployment and sickness benefit, which may be considered completely separately, and without which one can make a considered verdict on old age pensions.