HC Deb 27 April 1903 vol 121 c467
MR. TENNANT (Berwickshire)

On behalf of the hon. Member for Mid Norfolk, I beg to ask the President of the Board of Trade if he can state in how many trade disputes, and in what instances the Board of Trade has appointed a conciliator or an arbitrator under the Act of 1896.


Under the Conciliation Act, 1896, the Board of Trade have appointed arbitrators in sixty-six cases, and conciliators in fifteen cases. Particulars of the cases are given in the Reports by the Board of Trade of their proceedings under the Act, and in the Labour Gazette.