§ 8. Mr. John Dugdale
asked the Secretary of State for Foregn Affairs how many British consulates in the U.S.A. have officers dealing with conditions of labour attached to them.
Would not be advisable to have such officers attached at least to the larger consulates in the United States, particularly to deal with trade union matters?
§ Mr. Pethick-Lawrence
If it would not be possible to have labour officers in all the consulates, would the right hon. Gentleman see whether this admirable experiment, which has justified itself at Washington, may not be repeated in some other parts, at any rate, of the United States?