HC Deb 28 May 1918 vol 106 c680W
Major HUNT

asked the Prime Minister what steps have been taken to assure our own men called up for naval or military service that their businesses, shops, or occupations will be restored to them after the War, and that they will not be kept out of them by the aliens who have taken their places on account of the fact that they, as British and Irish subjects, have been serving their country?


As the hon. Member will recognise, the matter is one of considerable complexity, but I am proposing to seek the advice of the Labour Resettlement Committee to see what practicable steps can be taken.