HC Deb 17 August 1911 vol 29 cc2098-9

asked what is the total number of men who have received temporary assistance at Hollesley Bay labour colony since it has been under the control of the Central (Unemployed) Body for London; the number of men selected for training, the number of such men who have been emigrated, and the number of such men who have obtained work in the United Kingdom, together with the number of their dependents; the total cost of relieving men and their families temporarily, and the total cost for training men either for emigration or other work; and will the President of the Local Government Board state the net weekly cost of maintenance per man resident in the colony after taking account of receipts from sales and estate improvements, and the average cost per family maintained in London?


I am making inquiry of the Central (Unemployed) Body with a view to obtaining the statistics for which my hon. Friend asks so far as they are available, and I will inform him of the result.