The author has ironically pointed out unfair justice of Mandox towards the dismissal of all the servants in her Manson including Bill and the various nannies who work in the Mandox household. If UK employment law is going to take the initiative for making the law against the unfair dismissal, the possibility of coming into effect is amounting to zero up to the tenure of Muriel Mandox, who remains Minister of Justice but observing the pathetic situation of Bill and the various nannies in the Mandox household, the need for strong employment law is on high demand.
When the reader come to know the attitude of Charles, "famous indifference towards strangers was born of class, nationality, wealth and temperament could not fail to be surprised.", then he/she can immediately understand the situation of the labour group working under his control. He is sure to use them at their need and when need is finished; they are thrown out from the job. The view of Muriel Mandox is much more dreaded, she says, 'Look abroad for labour. Look at it this way. They're cheaper. They work harder. You know where they are. They have no friends and, if not satisfied, you can throw them out of the country. What more do you want British jobs for British workers; don't make me laugh. The British worker is a lazy, useless joke.(7)' A Minister of Justice can use these types of words in the private life in the house only and she will defend 'injustice' in public and at the time of election she will hate such people who dare to use such words. A justice minister has no justice to the class of labour, no justice to humanity, no justice to emotion of a person, no justice to respect the dignity of her country, no justice to respect to the persons of her country, she only wants the cheap labour, she only wants harder labourers, marking the British worker as a joke. But in public she has ironically contrasting thought, "Her own first thought was to tell the overweening, exploitative capitalist bastard to go to hell (6)."
In choosing the nannies for her children, she is much concern on the economy and faithfulness of them but she is not willing to pay any attention to them. They all were sacked when they have done unsatisfactory job without any consideration to their basic need of employment. If there could have been any protection law from the UK government then unfair dismissal become difficult for the people of downtrodden society or at least they can proceed to the court of law for the justice, though there are less chances of getting justice as the Minister of Justice is the owner of the household, Muriel Mandox.
At first she had been reluctant to hire childcare, but of the household of Bleak Hall it rapidly became obvious that only Bill had either inclination or patience to mind babies. Muriel's first choice nanny was English, wellborn, though not bright, comparatively well paid (5.00 per hour), but unfortunately insistent on regularity of hours and boyfriends. She lasted three months. The second, also English, better paid (7.00 per hour), working class in stock, also