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Displaced Persons (Agriculture)

Volume 437: debated on Monday 5 May 1947

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asked the Minister of Labour the proper procedure for farmers anxious to employ trained agriculturalists from the Baltic States who are being brought to this country as displaced persons; to whom should their requirements be stated and who will supply the verifications of the situations, etc., that are demanded by labour exchanges.

Applications should be made to the local office of the Ministry of Labour, who will endeavour to supply a foreign worker if no suitable British labour is available.