HC Deb 30 April 1918 vol 105 cc1401-2W

asked the Minister of Munitions what steps have yet been taken at the Enfield Small Arms Works to give improved facilities to the workpeople arriving at and leaving the works by train; and whether he will have a special inquiry made on the spot in view of the discontent that prevails with the present arrangements?


I understand that the train arrangements for workers at Enfield Small Arms Works are satisfactory except in one instance where the railway company have been unable, owing to congestion in that portion of the line, to provide additional trains. The matter is still engaging the special attention of the Transport Department of the Ministry, and I shall be glad to consider any representation which my hon. Friend may wish to make.