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Home Guard (Directions)

Volume 388: debated on Thursday 8 April 1943

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asked the Minister of Labour whether a man dividing his time between two different employers is entitled to count the average hours of work done for both combined when his obligation to serve in the Home Guard is under consideration?

Where a man is employed by two different employers account is taken of the total number of hours which he works in considering whether exceptional hardship would be involved if the man were directed to join the Home Guard.