§ 42. Mr. BENNETT-GOLDNEY
asked the President of the Board of Trade if he will ascertain at which of the principal London termini of the various railway companies in London, porters or out-porters in attendance upon passengers either receive no wages or pay to be so employed; if porters or out-porters so employed are insurable under the National Insurance Act; and whether the railway companies concerned pay the employer's contribution?
I am informed that the Board of Trade have no means of obtaining the particulars asked for in the first part of the question. If the hon. Member has a specific case in mind, perhaps he will be good enough to give me particulars of it.