HC Deb 16 July 1930 vol 241 c1296W

asked the Under-Secretary of State for Air whether, in view of the fact that men were some time ago sent from the South of England to the Sealand aerodrome in Cheshire, he will say whether such work is permanent or temporary; and will he make an announcement on this point, since the men are at present keeping up two homes and have no assurance as to their future?


While I am not in a position to give any guarantee in regard to permanency of employment, I can say that, so far as can at present be foreseen and provided no change of policy of a major character becomes necessary, there is no likelihood of the number of workmen at the Sealand packing depot being reduced.

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