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Industrial Democracy

Volume 887: debated on Tuesday 25 February 1975

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asked the Secretary of State for Defence if, in the pursuit of the Government's policies for industrial democracy, he will receive trade unionists representing workers in industries affected by defence purchases; and if it is his policy to make available to them any information which is not available to Parliament concerning defence policies, projects and contracts.

We are ready to consult management and trade unions in the defence contracting industries in so far as the Defence Review seems likely to affect them and on the basis of such information as they need to know.