§ 25 and 26. Mr. CAUTLEY
asked the Minister of Labour (1) whether, under the provisions of the Hours of Employment (No. 2) Bill, a man who has worked forty-eight hours in one week in his regular trade of bootmaking will be prevented from being employed in the same week in any other trade, such as tailoring or music-teaching for wages;
(2) whether, under the provisions of the Hours of Employment (No. 2) Bill, if agricultural workers are included in it, an agricultural labourer who is in regular employment, and who has worked or will work in such employment forty-eight hours in one week, will be prohibited from working in his spare time in the same week for any other farmer or in the garden of a neighbour for wages?
§ Mr. WARDLE
I would refer the hon. Member to the answers given to his previous questions on 10th November.