§ Mr. G. WHITE
asked the Minister of Labour whether, before the introduction of the Eight-Hours Day Bill, special consideration will be given to the possible effects of this legislation on conditions of work on the railways in this country?
§ Mr. SHAW
The Bill which I propose to introduce will deal with the provisions of the Washington Hours Convention, during the discussion of which the conditions on railways and in other industries were considered. It is desirable, I think, to leave further consideration to the House in the Debate on the Bill.