Labour Exchange


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Textual Features Philip Larkin
The story first picks Phippy up in Form II; in Form IV he fails to borrow a dictionary from an aesthete named the Hon. Percy de Selincourt, who in Form V betrays him and precipitates...


November 1940-January 1941
The Registration for Employment Order authorized Ernest Bevin , Minister of Labour, to require women aged between twenty and thirty-one to register at the Labour Exchange for war work.
January 1942
The Control of Engagement Order broadened the age-range of women compelled to register at the Labour Exchange by the Registration for Employment Order from 20-31 to 19-41.