Oral Answers to Questions — Employment – in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 29th November 1945.
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asked the Minister of Labour how many building trade workers are now registered at employment exchanges as unemployed.
The number of insured building trade workers registered as unemployed in Great Britain at 15th October, 1945, was 4,381.
May I ask in basic American, "How come"?
Because it is mainly come and go. These are mainly men moving from one job to another on the register.
Do those figures for unemployment include those in the Army?
There was a time when only unemployed men went into the Army.
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