§ Mr. C. BROWN
asked the Minister of Labour if she is aware of the organisation at the temporary women's Employment Exchange at Sutton-in-Ashfield, Notts, which results in queues of girls and women waiting for long periods in the cold and wet, and that on Friday, 6th February, some of the girls collapsed from exposure and fatigue; and if she will consider obtaining the use of more suitable premises till the new Employment Exchange is built?
§ Miss BONDFIELD
I will have inquiry made at Sutton-in-Ashfield and will communicate further with my hon. Friend.618W
and the number of applicants turned down on, the ground that they are no longer in insurable employment, giving the number of men and women, respectively?
I have been asked to reply. The following table shows the numbers of men on the registers of Employment Exchanges at each of the royal dockyard towns at quarterly dates in 1929 and 1930:—