Oral Answers to Questions — Employment

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  • Apprentices (6 speeches)

    Miss Ward: asked the Minister of Labour what steps he takes to ensure that men serving apprenticeships are able to find permanent employment in their trade when the period of apprenticeship has...

  • Industrial Conscription (8 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Labour whether he will take steps to call up young men who fail to pass their medical examination for the Armed Forces, but who are fit for factory work. for contemporary...

  • Liverpool (10 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Labour the number of registered unemployed ship-repair workers, craftsmen and labourers, separately, on the latest day in June, 1952, within the Liverpool area.

  • Disabled Persons (Remploy Factories) (4 speeches)

    Mr. Watkins: asked the Minister of Labour (1) whether he is now able to report upon the recommendation made to him by the Select Committee on Estimates of a third category of disabled persons...

  • Closed Office, Kelly (Consultation) (6 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Labour what was the nature and extent of the consultation which he had with the trade unions concerned before the decision was taken to close his Department's local office...

  • Leven, Burntisland and Cowdenbeath (4 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Labour the total numbers registered as wholly unemployed at the employment exchanges in Leven, Burntisland and Cowdenbeath, respectively, on 30th June, 1951, and 30th June,...

  • National Institute of Houseworkers (Cost) (4 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Labour what is the present cost of the National Institute of House-workers; and how much this works out per head of those trained.

  • Coal Miners, Scotland (2 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Labour how many vacancies there are for coal miners in Scotland; and in which areas these vacancies occur.

  • House Applicants, Hemel Hempstead (2 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Labour from what categories of employment applicants for houses in the Hemel Hempstead new town are now being chosen; and what the prospects are of other kinds of work being...

  • Burnley (8 speeches)

    asked the Minister of Labour if he will indicate by reference to the latest unemployment figures in the Burnley employment exchange area and the figures for March, 1952, what has been the effect...