HC Deb 21 November 1912 vol 44 cc479-80
79. Mr. HOGGE

asked how many persons have been appointed to the staff of the National Insurance Commission (Scotland), distinguishing between the different grades and stating the nature of the employment; whether he can state the names and salaries of such persons respectively, and the nature of their occupations previous to their appointment: whether they all, or which of them, passed a competitive examination, and when respectively; in the case of those who did not pass a competitive examination, what special qualifications they had for their appointment, how many civil servants were appointed, how many from outside, and how many applications were there for the positions filled?


I propose to issue a Memorandum with regard to appointments under the Scottish Commission, giving similar information to that promised in the case of appointments under the English Commission in answer to the hon. Members for Southport and St. Pancras (South) on 7th, 8th, and 19th November.