§ Mr. DEVLIN
asked the Minister of Labour whether he is aware that there is a great desire on the part of the workers in Ballymena to have a workmen's train service established between Ballymena and Belfast; whether fares and other arrangements for the running of this train have been agreed upon, but the question is delayed because of the scarcity of coal; whether the amount of coal necessary to run the train would be 2½ tons daily; and whether, in view of the great convenience which would be afforded to the workers. he will take steps to have this workmen's train service established?
§ Sir A. GEDDES
My right hon. Friend has asked me. to reply to this question. I am making inquiries into the matter, as I have already informed the hon. Gentleman by letter, and will let him know the result.