§ Mr. Moss
asked the Minister of Labour (1) whether his attention has been called to the report of the Cardiff youth employment officer in which it is suggested that the school-leaving age should be raised to 16 years and apprenticeship schemes modified, in view of anticipated difficulties of young people finding suitable employment; and what are the proposals of Her Majesty's Government to deal with this problem;140W
Aspatria, Silloth, Maryport, Wigton, Cockermouth and Keswick exchanges, at the latest available date in January, 1958, and for the corresponding dates in 1957 and 1956, respectively.
§ Mr. Iain Macleod
Following is the Answer:
(2) whether he has considered the report of the youth employment officer in Cardiff on the problems created by increasing numbers of school-leavers; and if he will make a statement.