HC Deb 16 July 1912 vol 41 c223

asked the Secretary to the Treasury how many officers have been appointed or positions created up to the present under the National Insurance Act in Ireland; the nature of the appointment, rank, and sex of officers; how many positions have been allocated to existing Civil servants and the Departments to which they have been previously attached, and, in the case of non-Civil servants, what their previous occupation was; whether the appointments now made or proposed to be made are permanent or temporary, part or whole time, and the salaries paid for these offices; and what further appointments it is thought it will be necessary to make?


I would refer my hon. Friend to the answers I gave on the 13th May and 2nd July. Any further indoor staff required will be recruited, as heretofore, subject, of course, to Treasury sanction. As regards outdoor staff, appointments will be made in accordance with the recommendations contained in the Interdepartmental Report on Outdoor Staff, Cd. 6231.