Oral Answers to Questions — Employment

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  • Labour Statistics (26 speeches)

    Dr. Thomas: To ask the Secretary of State for Employment what was the unemployment rate in Worcester in (a) 1979, (b) 1984 and (c) 1989.

  • Tourism (10 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Employment what was the increase between 1988 and 1989 in expenditure in Britain by overseas visitors.

  • Training (10 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Employment what proportion of firms with 10 or more employees provide training.

  • Disabled People (6 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Employment how many disabled people were helped into jobs by his Department's programmes in 1988–89.

  • Unofficial Strikes (10 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Employment what proportion of industrial action taken in Britain is unofficial action.

  • Women Workers (10 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Employment what further steps the Government are taking to develop child care facilities to ease the path of women into employment.

  • Health and Safety (14 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Employment when he last met the director-general of the Health and Safety Executive; and what was discussed.

  • Disabled People (6 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Employment what proportion of the registered disabled adult population are currently in (a) full-time and (b) part-time employment.

  • Unemployment, Cornwall (4 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Employment what is the latest unemployment rate in Cornwall; and what was the average figure in Cornwall in 1979.

  • Health and Safety (6 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Employment whether he will make a statement on the Health and Safety Commission and Executive's annual report for 1988–89.

  • Training and Enterprise Councils (4 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Employment how many corporate plans were submitted by 5 February and how many training and enterprise councils he anticipates giving approval to by 2 April.

  • Low Pay (4 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Employment when he last met representatives from the Low Pay Unit; and what was discussed.

  • Engineers (4 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Employment what steps he is taking to meet the demand for qualified engineers.

  • Health and Safety (4 speeches)

    To ask the Secretary of State for Employment if he will make a statement on the Health and Safety Commission's annual report 1988–89.