§ 48. Mr. C. WILSON
asked the Prime Minister whether, in view of the Joint Industrial Conference of 1919 having been able to produce an unanimous Report on wages and hours, he will, with 1748 a view to convincing the public that the Government is in earnest in regard to unemployment, and thereby allaying discontent, consider whether, between the time the House rises and re-assembles, a similar joint industrial council can get together to consider the causes of unemployment?
§ The PRIME MINISTER
I do not think that any useful purpose would be served at the present time by setting up a special body to investigate such a wide and controversial subject, as the causes of unemployment