HC Deb 12 December 1928 vol 223 c2110
41. Colonel ENGLAND

asked the Minister of Labour if his attention has been called to the lack of accommodation at the Employment Exchange at Radcliffe and to the lengthy periods those attending this office have to stand in queues in bad weather; and can he take any steps to lessen this public inconvenience?


I am aware of the congestion which exists here, and have been endeavouring for some time to obtain additional accommodation. This is proving most difficult to find, but every effort will continue to be made to provide more accommodation at the earliest possible moment.


Is the right hon. Gentleman aware that in many districts people who are brought to the bureau to sign have to stand out in the rain with no cover whatever?

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