§ 15. Mr. TURNER-SAMUELS
asked the Minister of Labour why he has refused the London Schoolmasters' Association representation on the committees dealing with juvenile unemployment in London; is he aware that this organisation represents 50 per cent. of the men working in the elementary schools in London; and will he therefore take steps to secure the co-operation of these men in a matter which so vitally affects the welfare of the boys they teach?
§ Mr. SHAW
Four members of the London Advisory Council for Juvenile Employment and two members of each of the local Juvenile Employment Com- 403 mittees in London are appointed as representatives of teachers in the public education service. I regret that, owing to limitations of number, it has not been possible to appoint representatives of the London Schoolmasters' Association or of a number of other associations which have asked for representation.