§ 46. Lieut.-Colonel NALL
asked the Prime Minister whether he is aware that disabled men were successfully trained in watch-case making and similar work in a private factory in Manchester but, owing to competing imports, the work could not be continued; and whether the Government will afford to this and similar trades facilities at least equal to any granted to the Brighton diamond factory?
§ The PRIME MINISTER (Mr. Baldwin)
I have no information as to the first part of the question, and I am not therefore in a position to determine whether the circumstances are the same as those which 1267 existed in the case of the Brighton diamond factory.
§ Mr. MACPHERSON
Will the right hon. Gentleman see to it that any facilities which are given to the Brighton diamond factory are extended to the Fort William diamond factory?