Former MP, Bournemouth West
Before I say anything else I should declare a personal interest in the subject and I should also like to say how much I support what has been said by the last four speakers. The question is how to preserve those houses of historic interest which are still in existence. We have been told by a number of hon. Members that many of these houses are deteriorating and in danger. It seems to me...
asked the Minister of Labour whether he will re-examine the Industrial Disputes Order, No. 1376, with a view to ensuring that a worker's freedom to choose his trade union is effectively protected where a dispute arises.
Would the Minister agree that, as a result, workers are forced to join a union as provided by agreement with the industry concerned? Further, is he not aware that certain sections among the bus workers in this country are denied the facilities of obtaining a peaceful settlement of their grievances and, as a result, of exercising their freedom of choice in selecting their own trade union?
Former MP for Bournemouth West
Entered the House of Commons on 23 February 1950 — General election
Left the House of Commons on 8 January 1954 — unknown
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