§ Mr. BYRNE
asked the Under-Secretary of State for War if he will see that the 2245W workers in wool stores in Ireland shall be paid the scale of wages laid down by him on the 28th January, 1918, and the payments be retrospective from the date upon which wool stores were taken over by the Government; if he is aware that in at least one store the employés are entitled to six hours a week overtime from the date of the stores being Government controlled; and if in future he will see that they are paid the same increases as are granted to wool stores in Great Britain?
§ Mr. FORSTER
I am having further inquiries made as to the wages paid in wool stores in Ireland taken over by the War Department, and will let the hon. Member know the result.