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Hospital, Newmarket (Foreign Workers)

Volume 462: debated on Thursday 3 March 1949

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46.

asked the Minister of Labour why a large number of displaced persons and Poles have been placed on the staff at White Lodge Hospital, Newmarket, when there are a number of ex-Service men and women in the district who have no employment.

Foreign workers have not been placed in this employment to the exclusion of any suitable and available British workers. There are still vacancies and any suitable British candidates will be submitted for them before they are offered to foreign workers.