HC Deb 13 March 1924 vol 170 c2521
90. Major YERBURGH

asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury how many temporary ex-service civil servants are at present upon the pool of the Joint Substitution Board awaiting re-allocation; and how many of these fall in the categories of home service, overseas, and disabled, respectively?


On the 7th March the number of ex-service men, previously temporarily employed in clerical or manipulative capacities, on the pool of the Joint Substitution Board for London and the South Eastern area, which extends from Sussex to Norfolk, was

Disabled 387
Overseas, non-disabled 234
Home Service, non-disabled 759
The number of those previously temporarily employed in administrative or technical grades was 339; of whose Army service as a group details are not readily available. Of the total, approximately 620 are home-service non-disabled men from whom no communication has been received by the Board for over 12 months.