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Wednesday, 8 October 1941


Senator COLLINGS - The question asked by the Leader of the Opposition is most ill advised at this moment. Surely he does not imagine that the Prime Minister, or other Ministers who may be called upon to deal with these matters, are ignorant of what is going on? If the honorable senator wishes to fan the flames of industrial unrest he is adopting the correct attitude. I can assure him that the Government is seriously concerned with what is taking place, and will do all in its power to end the difficulties, which have not in every case been caused by the men.







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