HC Deb 29 March 1923 vol 162 c716

asked the Minister of Labour whether he is aware of the strike of the sheet-metal workers employed at Wilson's gas-meter works, Stockport Road, Manchester; that unemployment benefit has been refused to ordinary labourers who, though personally uninterested in the dispute, have lost their jobs as a result, of this strike; and, if such refusal is wrong, will he see that the benefit is duly paid?

The MINISTER of LABOUR (Sir Montague Barlow)

I am making inquiries locally and will communicate the result to my hon. and learned Friend.

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