Motor Vehicle Repair Undertakings.

Part of Oral Answers to Questions — National War Effort. – in the House of Commons on 29th January 1942.

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Photo of Mr William Craven-Ellis Mr William Craven-Ellis , Southampton

asked the Minister of Labour whether, in deciding upon the inclusion in, or exclusion from, the Schedule provided by the Essential Work (General Provisions) Order, 1941, of a motor-vehicle repair undertaking, he has due regard to the potential requirements for maintenance of mechanical transport as well as to the existing requirements; whether, before a decision is arrived at, the undertaking, its premises and its work in hand, are inspected and, if so, by whom; whether there is any right of representation on behalf of a motor-vehicle repairer on an application for inclusion in the Schedule, and, if so, to whom; whether there is any right of appeal by an aggrieved motor-vehicle repairer from an adverse decision by his Ministry, and, it so, to whom?