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Employment Of British Subjects Abroad Bill

Volume 180: debated on Thursday 15 August 1907

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"To prohibit the engagement of British subjects for service in the place of workmen locked out on a strike in Foreign countries," presented by Mr. Crooks; supported by Mr. Shackleton, Mr. Curran, Mr. Ramsay Macdonald, Mr. William Abraham (Rhondda), Mr. Arthur Henderson, Mr. Macpherson, Mr. Brace, Mr. Walsh, Mr. Enoch Edwards, Mr. John Ward, and Mr. Fenwick; to be read a second time upon Wednesday next and to be printed. [Bill 324.]