§ 58. Mr. MONTAGUE
asked the Minister of Health the differences which exist in respect of labour conditions under which men are employed upon the erection of the Atholl and Weir houses?
§ The PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY to the MINISTRY of HEALTH (Sir Kingsley Wood)
I understand that the methods of construction and erection in these two types of house are widely different. In the Atholl house the bulk of the work is similar to that usually performed by steel constructors and is paid for at the rates appropriate to that work. For the methods employed in the Weir 1829 house I would refer the hon. Member to the Report of the recent Court of Inquiry presided over by Lord Bradbury.
§ Sir K. WOOD
What I said was that the bulk of the work is similar to that usually performed by steel constructors and is paid for at rates appropriate to that work.