HC Deb 21 July 1969 vol 787 c288W
Mr. Winnick

asked the Lord President of the Council if he is satisfied with the arrangements for House of Commons staff, other than officers, to make representations about their conditions of work and pay; and if he will make a statement.

Mr. Peart

All members of the House of Commons staff are entitled to become members of their appropriate union, and many are. Representations about conditions of work and pay can therefore be made through their unions, or through the heads of their respective Departments to the Staff Board. I am satisfied with these arrangements.