HC Deb 24 May 1916 vol 82 cc2107-8

asked the Minister of Munitions whether Harry Crichton Glass, one of the trade union workmen deported from Glasgow to Aberdeen, was permitted, subject to certain conditions, to proceed to Cardiff for the purpose of finding employment; whether he will make public what these conditions were; whether the workman was pledged to report himself immediately on arrival to the chief constable at Cardiff and to proceed without loss of time on board the steamship "Erinier"; whether the work man was further pledged not to acquaint any representative of any labour party of his arrival and not to address any trade union or other labour meeting; and whether he will state who was responsible for the enforcement of this undertaking?


I know nothing of this matter, but I will inquire.