HC Deb 02 April 1925 vol 182 cc1492-3

asked the Home Secretary whether, in view of the fact that the Resolution which was presented by the British Government representative at the International Labour Conference last year, asking that the question of anthrax should be placed on this year's agenda, was rejected, and that the question of the disinfection of wools and hairs is very largely an Imperial one, he will consider inviting Empire representatives to meet together with a view to securing agreement within the Empire before the question is again under discussion at an International Labour Conference?


This question has already been repeatedly discussed with representatives of the Governments of India and the Dominions chiefly affected. Should any favourable opportunity arise for further consultation, I should be glad to seize it, but I am afraid that as matters at present stand, a renewal of the discussions would not have any useful result.

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