§ 17. Commander BELLAIRS
asked the Postmaster-General how many of the officials of the Union of Postal Workers are postal workers, and how many are entirely outside the Post Office organisation?
§ Sir W. MITCHELL-THOMSON
I understand that there are nine "officers" of the Union of Post Office Workers, none of whom is a member of the Post Office service. The Executive Council of the union contains 19 members, who are all Post Office servants. I have no information as to the number of union officials connected with the various local branches, 831 but presumably all of these would be Post Office servants.