Oral Answers to Questions — National War Effort.

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  • Workers' Hostels. (8 speeches)

    Miss Cazalet: asked the Minister of Labour whether he will consider placing the control of all hostels for war workers under one organisation?

  • Mobile Women Workers. (7 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Labour what complaints he has had with regard to the operations of tribunals dealing with the mobile class of young women and their failure to give adequate consideration to...

  • Women and Girls, Durham County. (2 speeches)

    Mr. W. Joseph Stewart: asked the Minister of Labour the number of women and girls who have been placed in industry, since 1939, in the administrative county of Durham; and the number that have...

  • Unemployed Workers (Rehabilitation). (4 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Labour how many persons now registered as unemployed are partially disabled by industrial accident and disease; and whether he is taking steps to provide facilities for...

  • Sickness (Loss of Time). (4 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Labour whether the amount of time lost by sickness is on the increase among industrial workers; and whether he can indicate the main steps taken to deal with the problem?

  • Mines (Loss of Output). (7 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Labour whether he has considered amending the Essential Work (Coal Mining Industry) Order in such a way as would enable legal proceedings to be taken against the employers...

  • Cotton Industry (Hours of Work, Juveniles). (7 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Labour whether he can now see his way to revise the Order extending the hours of juveniles in the cotton industry?

  • Boys (Wages). (2 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Labour the average wage of boys in Government and other munition factories, ages 14 to 16 and 16 to 18, respectively?

  • Women (Care of Children). (2 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Labour what percentage of women of registration age who have children under 14 years of age living with them are now in full-time employment?

  • Hairdressers. (4 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Labour whether has attention has been drawn to the inconvenience felt by workers from the scarcity of hairdressers still in business; and can he arrange for some relief?