HC Deb 22 March 1922 vol 152 c439
14. Mr. LYLE

asked the Minister of Labour whether he has received any suggestions that domestic servants should be placed under the operation of the Unemployment Insurance Act; and whether, since there is no unemployment among domestic servants and the need for them is almost as great as ever, he will say what was the answer made to these representations?

The MINISTER of LABOUR (Dr. Macnamara)

Representations in the sense indicated by my hon. Friend have been made to me. On consideration I am not prepared to amend the existing law as suggested.