HC Deb 19 March 1923 vol 161 cc2079-80
66. Mr. MILLAR

asked the Minister of Agriculture whether, in introducing

cases in which boards of guardians are now finding it necessary to supplement wages if they are not to fall below the subsistence level, and would he say whether that does not prove the necessity of regulation, as for instance, by Wages Boards?


I do not think that the conclusion mentioned follows from that, and I am told that there are only five unions or thereabouts which are concerned.


I beg to give notice that on the first suitable, occasion I shall ask leave to move the adjournment of the House in order to call attention to the question.