§ 51. Commander Noble
asked the Minister of Labour whether he is aware that a number of specially recruited engineers are now being discharged by the B.B.C. on the grounds of redundancy; and what steps he is taking to place these men in other employment.
§ Commander Noble
Is the Minister aware that these men are labouring under a great grievance, as they maintain they were never led to believe they would not become established? Will he discuss the matter with the Postmaster-General?
§ Mr. Isaacs
No, Sir, certainly not. These men may consider they have a 1379 grievance about their terms of employment, but they have a trade union which is recognised by the Ministry and represented on the joint consultative committee of the Ministry and I am sure they could get the matter adjusted.