HC Deb 23 February 1921 vol 138 c907
27. Mr. T. THOMSON

asked the Minister of Labour whether he can see his way to exercise the powers conferred upon him by the Industrial Courts Act, 1919, with a view to settling the dispute which has now been in existence over six months between the General Accident, Fire, and Life Assurance Corporation, Limited, and some of their employés, who allege that they are being victimised solely because of their desire to remain members of their insurance guild?


On Monday last I had an opportunity of discussing this matter with the general manager of the Corporation, and I am intending shortly to communicate with the guild.

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