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Railway Passenger Accommodation (Fish Workers)

Volume 245: debated on Wednesday 19 November 1930

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asked the Minister of Transport whether, in view of the dangerous conditions of overcrowding in which women and other fish-workers returning from Yarmouth and Lowestoft to Scotland have in former years been compelled to travel, he will take steps, either by representation to the railway authorities or otherwise, to see that adequate railway-carriage accommodation is provided at the approaching termination of the East Anglian fishing season?

I will bring the hon. and gallant Member's representations to the notice of the railway companies concerned.