Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment.

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  • J. G. S. Holbrook, Derby. (2 speeches)

    21. asked the Minister of Labour whether he will inquire into the circumstances of the case of J. G. S. Holbrook, of I, Richmond Terrace, Pear Tree Road, Derby, who was employed at the...

  • Yarn Spinning. (6 speeches)

    23. asked the Minister of Labour the number of persons unemployed in the yarn spinning industry?

  • Prosecutions. (2 speeches)

    27. asked the Minister of Labour whether his Department prosecutes persons who receive unemployment pay under false pretences: and, if so, can he state the number of prosecutions and convictions...

  • Relief Grants. (3 speeches)

    Mr. TREVELYAN THOMSON: 29. asked the Minister of Health the present rate of annual expenditure, based on the latest returns, of money spent in the way of public assistance from all sources for...

  • Poor Law Relief. (2 speeches)

    31. asked the Minister of Health whether he has now had replies to his Circular No. 298 to boards of guardians; if he can give the House figures showing the amounts spent by hoards of guardians...

  • Exceptional Distress. (4 speeches)

    36. asked the Minister of Health what are the respective percentages of the inhabitants now in receipt of Poor Law assistance in Rother-ham, Sheffield, Bournemouth, and Bath; and whether he will...

  • Benefit. (2 speeches)

    46. asked the Prime Minister whether he can now announce any decision concerning the gap of five weeks in unemployment insurance benefit which he promised to consider when he received, on 20th...

  • Domestic Service. (5 speeches)

    24. asked the Minister of Labour why unemployment benefit is still paid to 30,000 women in London, and to thousands of girls over school age, when for most of them domestic service is immediately...