§ 33. Mr. T. M. HEALY
asked the Under-Secretary of State for War if the War Department notified to the carpenters working at Moore Park Camp, Fermoy, county Cork, that their wages were to be reduced; were nine men dismissed who refused to accept the reduced rates; are trade union wages being paid to the men now at Moore Park; what are the rates for carpenters in England and Ireland, respectively; and will the local commanding officer receive a deputation from the carpenters' society at Fermoy as to the dismissals at Moore Park?
§ Mr. FORSTER
I am inquiring into this case, and will let the hon. and learned Member know the result in due course.
Mr. T. WILSON
Cannot the hon. Gentleman give definite instructions that they must observe the Fair-Wages Clause?