§ Mr. Greville Janner
asked the Secretary of State for Employment how many complaints have been dealt with by industrial tribunals arising out of allegations that employers have failed to provide written particulars of the main terms of employment as required by the Contracts of Employment Act, 1963, as amended by the Redundancies Payments Act, 1965; and how many of such complaints were substantiated.
§ Mr. Bryan
Appeals dealt with by the Industrial Tribunals under Section 4A of the Contracts of Employment Act, 1963, up to the end of 1970, numbered 360 (297 in England and Wales and 63 in Scotland). Of these, 103 in England and Wales and 11 in Scotland were successful.