HC Deb 26 March 1908 vol 186 c1553
MR. KENDAL O'BRIEN (Tipperary, Mid.)

To ask the President of the Board of Trade, has the Great Southern and Western Railway of Ireland yet signified their agreement to the terms of the late railway dispute; and, if so, when and how will their conciliation board be formed, and will representation on the same board be provided for employees on behalf of railway officers' associations such as stationmasters and clerks.

(Answered by Mr. Kearley.) The Great Southern and Western Railway Company have expressed their willingness to adopt a scheme for conciliation boards on the lines of that agreed to for British railways generally, and the Board of Trade are awaiting the proposals of the company as to the details to be arranged for their line.