HC Deb 06 March 1924 vol 170 cc1575-6
14. Mr. McENTEE

asked the Minister of Pensions how many temporary men and women clerks, respectively, are employed in the Pensions Issue Office on the following duties: registry work, stamping, filing, post, and life certificate examination; and how many of the men concerned were placed on these duties since the issue of the second South-borough Report?


The numbers of temporary women clerks employed on the duties in Pension Issue Office specified in the question are at present as follow:

Registry 275
Stamping 31
Filing 66
Post 24
Life certificate examination 27
No male clerks are employed on stamping, filing, post, or life certificate examination, but one registry is at present staffed by men, the number of temporary clerks employed being 110, all ex-service. Of these, 33 have been added to the staff since the issue of the second Southborough Report.