§ 18. Mr. Keeling
asked the Minister of Labour whether he will arrange for the identity cards of the young men and women at present walking through the streets in procession to be checked to see whether they are properly absent from war work?
§ Mr. Keeling
Has not the right hon. Gentleman carried out examinations of the cards of persons attending greyhound races, and are not these processions equally worthy of attention?
§ Mr. Shinwell
Will my right hon. Friend apply the same principle to the 1116 people who attended the bloodstock sale at Tattersalls the other day?
§ Mr. Bevin
I am very reluctant to use any powers under the National Service Act which affect people visiting this House or in any way making representations to their Members of Parliament.