Former MP, Blyth
Is the hon. Gentleman satisfied with the progress being made as a whole in training apprentices?
Is not the hon. Gentleman alarmed at the fact that we are not providing enough training for apprentices in this country at the present time?
I have many times asked the Minister whether he will take the initiative in talking to the chairmen of the banks about recognition of the union. This is an impossible situation, for the banks remain as the only employers of labour who refuse to recognise properly constituted trade unions.
Former MP for Blyth
Entered the House of Commons on 5 July 1945 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 30 October 1960 — unknown
Also represented Wansbeck
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