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The hospitals which have suffered heavily from bombing appear to them to be less safe than the Rest Centres. In one case a man was put in a surgical ward and ran away the following morning. In another a woman left because she had to sleep on the fourth floor. He went on to describe how: Complaints have been received from those who have been evacuated under this scheme that they have been placed in accommodation in danger areas on the outskirts of London. In another case a respectable married pair complained that they had been put in a workhouse where they were only allowed 26 Evacuation and elderly people in the Second World War to meet for a short time in the afternoon.

In these circumstances: ... the removing council may at the end of every quarter send 31 From Poor Law to community care to the council against whom the order is made an account of the costs incurred in the relief of any person named in the order, and may recover the amounts reasonably expended by them (or so much thereof as may remain unpaid) in any county court the district whereof is wholly or partly comprised in their county or county borough. (Exley, 1932, p 98) As the war progressed, tension increased between reception and home authorities.

A briefing to the Minister of Health for a deputation from the NOPWC noted how “the arrangement is likely to be less welcome to County Authorities in the London Region such as the LCC, Surrey County Council, and East and West Ham County Boroughs, who administer a number of hostels for the aged with marked success”78. At the same time, it was appreciated that a major problem would be the number of elderly evacuees wishing to return to the London region, many of them lacking homes or an ability to care for themselves.

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