asked the Minister of Labour the number of persons, male and females separately on the disabled persons' register; and the number of such persons registered as unemployed at the latest available date, at each of the Blaina, Abertillery, and Newbridge employment exchanges; and the total figures for Wales and Monmouthshire for the same categories.
As the reply contains a number of figures, I will with permission, circulate it in the OFFICIAL REPORT.
Following is the reply;
to pull our wages down and to reintroduce the principle of casual labour which existed before the war and which is undesirable in this country?
I am not sure that a system of decasualisation can be properly worked in this industry, but we have the advice of the shipbuilding advisory committee, which represents the industry from all aspects and is keeping a watch on the situation.