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Fruit Stalls, Cardiff

Volume 155: debated on Tuesday 20 June 1922

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asked the Minister of Health if he, is aware that 12 ex-service men, crippled or disabled in the Great War, who for the past three or four years have been earning a livelihood by selling fruit from stalls in various parts of Cardiff, have received notices to quit by the Market Committee of the Corporation; and, in view of the serious consequence of this action to the ex-service men and their families, will he communicate with the Cardiff Corporation on the matter, and by his good offices endeavour to get these notices withdrawn?

This is not a matter in which I have any jurisdiction, and I had not previously heard of it, but I will bring the hon. Member's representations to the notice of the Corporation.