§ 59. Lord HUNTINGFIELD
asked the Under-Secretary of State for the Home Department, as representing the First Commissioner of Works, the number of men employed on work at Framlingham Castle; if any of these were unemployed and ex-service men; and what is the amount of the sum to be expended on this-work?
The number of men at present employed on this work is 54, all of whom were unemployed, and 32 of whom are ex-service men. The amount of the sum to be expended on the work is, approximately, £1,500, which was specifically provided to relieve unemployment.
§ Lord HUNTINGFIELD
Will the right hon. Gentleman say whether these men are actually unemployed before they are taken on for this work?