HC Deb 08 May 1962 vol 659 cc21-2W
Sir Richard Glyn

asked the Secretary of State for the Colonies if he is aware that the Government of Antigua has threatened to pass special legislation affecting an individual hotel proprietor and to order his expulsion unless he improved his attitude to the Government, to the Antigua Trades and Labour Union, and accepted trade union demands; and if he will state the appropriate procedure for the settlement of trade disputes in Antigua under the Trade Disputes Arbitration and Enquiry Act.

Mr. Maudling

I am arranging, for my hon. Friend's convenience, to place a copy of the Act in the Library. The procedure followed in this case does not differ substantially from that set out in the Act. I am concerned about the particular dispute and I am making further inquiries.

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