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Employment Protection (Complaints)

Volume 130: debated on Wednesday 30 March 1988

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To ask the Secretary of State for Employment (1) how many complaints under section 19 of the Employment Protection Act have been made to the Central Arbitration Committee in each year since 1977;(2) how many Central Arbitration Committee declarations had been made under section 19 of the Employment Protection Act for each year since 1977;(3) how many complaints under section 20 of the Employment Protection Act have been made to the Central Arbitration Committee for each year since 1977; and how many Central Arbitration Committee awards of improved terms and conditions have been made under section 21 of the Employment Protection Act.

The information requested is as follows:market needs. Two-year YTS is now firmly established and offers all school leavers quality training in modern work skills.This will be of benefit both to young people and to British industry, which will gain from a better trained, more flexible young work force.