Oral Answers to Questions — Employment

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  • Unemployment Trends (16 speeches)

    Chapman: asked the Paymaster General if he will make a statement about the trend of unemployment over the last six months?

  • Tourism (10 speeches)

    asked the Paymaster General if he will outline what improvements to the system of vocational qualifications have been made in tourism-related qualifications in the last year.

  • MSC Schemes (East Midlands) (8 speeches)

    asked the Paymaster General if he will make a statement on funding Manpower Services Commission schemes in the east midlands.

  • Yts (6 speeches)

    asked the Paymaster General how many young people have been followed up by the Manpower Services Commission area office staff since completing their YTS programme.

  • Job Training Scheme (15 speeches)

    asked the Paymaster General what plans there are to evaluate and measure the effectiveness of the job training scheme in the 10 pilot areas.

  • Benefits (10 speeches)

    asked the Paymaster General how many referrals have been made to adjudication officers from newly unemployed claimants, from the date when form UB671 was introduced into unemployment benefit offices.

  • Labour Statistics (4 speeches)

    asked the Paymaster General how many people were out of work in the Staffordshire, Moorlands parliamentary constituency at the most recent count.

  • Skill Shortages (12 speeches)

    Mr. Jim Callaghan: asked the Paymaster General whether he will make a statement on skill shortages in British industry.

  • Unemployed Centres (6 speeches)

    asked the Paymaster General what representations he has received regarding the funding of unemployed centres; and if he will make a statement.

  • Job Creation (10 speeches)

    asked the Paymaster General how many new jobs have been created since 1983.