asked the Minister of Labour if he will institute an inquiry into the conditions affecting domestic service, in order that the objections raised by those who would be available for such service and the difficulties of those who are unable to obtain such service may be investigated, with a view to bringing about an adjustment that would be beneficial to all concerned?
I have been considering action on the lines indicated by the hon. Member, and I hope to be able to make a, statement on the subject at an early date.
Has this not already been done by the women's committee on unemployment?
I am not quite certain to what committee the Noble Lady refers.
The Central Committee.
I do not think so. The work of the Central Employment Committee is for the purpose of training, not for the purpose of holding inquiries of this kind.