§ 6. Mr. McGOVERN
asked the Minister of Labour whether he is aware that in Clydebank persons have been asked to go to training camps and, when they refused to go, an official of the Clydebank Employment Exchange informed unemployed men that the camps were good, and that three local Members of Parliament had visited the camps, one of whom was the Member for Shettleston (Mr. McGovern) and that they had all recommended the camps; and whether he will make inquiry into this misstatement and prevent its repetition?
§ Mr. E. BROWN
I am making immediate inquiry into this matter and will communicate the result to the hon. Member.
§ Mr. McGOVERN
Will the Minister of Labour undertake to see that no mistakes of this kind are made in future?