§ 76. Mr. HAYDAY
asked the number of prisoners of war at present employed on 1224 farms; whether he is aware that the presence of these prisoners is giving rise to friction with our own workmen; and whether steps will be taken to remove the prisoners without delay?
The number, according to the latest returns, is 27,535. The latter part of the question is a matter for the Board of Agriculture and the Ministry of Labour, and perhaps my hon. Friend will address his inquiry to those Departments.