Agricultural Workers (Wages).

Part of Oral Answers to Questions — Scotland. – in the House of Commons on 30th July 1935.

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If, in any area, an organisation of employers or employés other than those directly associated with this scheme be established, it shall be understood that this organisation, provided it is deemed to be representative by the Department of Agriculture for Scotland, shall have the right of making representations in the manner set out above to the Farmers' Executive or to the Farm Servants' Executive according as it is representative of the workers or the employers, and the Farmers' Executive or the Farm Servants' Executive shall be free in these circumstances to follow the procedure subsequently delineated in this scheme, the 'recognised organisation' taking the place, according to the character of its members, otherwise occupied by the branch of the National Farmers' Union of Scotland or of the Scottish Farm Servants' Union.