HC Deb 28 April 1893 vol 11 cc1500-1
MR. DODD (Essex, Maldon)

I beg to ask the Attorney General whether his attention has been called to the decision of the Court of Appeal on 17th April last in the case of "Templeton v. Russell" as affecting Trades Unions; whether he will consider how far the effect of that decision is to hamper Trades Unions in their efforts to maintain the price of labour; and whether he will consider the advisability of recommending the Government to deal with the question by legislation?


This case is under appeal, and it would, therefore, be premature to express any opinion upon it. I can assure my hon. Friend, however, that the matter will not be lost sight of.