MORE PAY FOR RAILWAY MOTOR DRIVERS?
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A LTHOUGH they are not spec ill cal ly mentioned in the recommendations, it is understood that the road transport workers of the railways will benefit by the improved wages and conditions proposed by the Court of Inquiry.
It is recommended that the working week shall be reduced from 48 to 44 hours, and that basic rates , of pay should be advanced by 7s. 6d. per week..
• The unions demanded an increase of. £1 •a week and a guaranteed 40-hour week, as well as double pay for work' between 4 p.m. on Saturday and midnight on Sunday.