HC Deb 20 February 1908 vol 184 c986
MR. FELL (Great Yarmouth)

To ask the Secretary to the Admiralty if any provision is being made it, the contracts for works at Rosyth that the granite and other stone to be supplied shall be quarried in the United Kingdom, or, failing that, if he will make it a condition that, if any foreign granite or stone should be used, British trade union rates of wages must be paid to the workmen who quarry such stone.

(Answered by Mr. Edmund Robertson.) The contract particulars are not sufficiently advanced for any statement to be made on the subject now.