§ 9. Lieut.-Commander WEDGWOOD
asked the Minister of Munitions whether he can give the number of Belgian subjects, men and women, who are at present engaged in making munitions in either controlled or Government factories; whether any factory is specially set apart for Belgian workers; and, if not, whether this has been considered?
§ The PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY to the MUNITIONS DEPARTMENT (Dr. Addison)
My right hon. Friend does not think that it is desirable to publish information with regard to the number of Belgian subjects at present engaged in making munitions. In several instances Belgian workmen are employed separately under Belgian control. The desirability of extending such arrangements is now under the consideration of the Ministry of Munitions.