§ 55. Sir H. BRITTAIN
asked the Secretary of State for Air whether he can give the approximate number of those who attended the Air Force display on Saturday last; and what sum of money was raised for the charities concerned?
§ Sir S. HOARE
I regret that the information requested by my hon. Friend will not be available until the returns of tickets sold have been received from the agents, Royal Air Force units, etc., and
|—||Year ending 31st March.|
|Salaries, travelling expenses, and other administrative expenses||3,520,516||3,186,288||3,552,012||517,069||382,110|
|Payments to associations and Local Education Authorities for administration of Unemployment Insurance||105,310||68,879||47,568||—||—|
|Stationery, printing, etc.||967,000||51,543||164,148||28,591||40,332|
|Premises (rent and capital expenditure)||967,000||348,610||865,774||151,504||220,352|
|General Post Office}||967,000||290,455||249,177||75,721||90,196|
|Miscellaneous services rendered by other Government Departments}||967,000||160,256||26,014||15,632||10,105|
|†Superannuation (accruing liability)||246,316||—||—||—||—|
|Total cost of Employment Exchange Service.||4,839,142||4,165,804||4,904,693||788,517||743,095|
|† A charge under this head was made for the first time during the year ended 31st March, 1925, in pursuance of Section 6 of the Unemployment Insurance (No. 2) Act, 1924. The previous practice was to charge the proper proportion of superannuation allowance actually paid.|
§ the accounts have been made up. It seems certain, however, that the attendance was a record one.
§ Sir H. BRITTAIN
If I put the question down in a week's time, will the right hon. Gentleman be able to give me the information?