§ 71. Sir F. WISE
asked the First Lord of the Admiralty the estimated amount that has been saved as a result of the Washington Naval Agreement?
§ The PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY to the ADMIRALTY (Lieut.-Colonel Headlam)
I would refer my hon. Friend to the First Lord's reply of 16th June, 1926 (OFFICIAL REPORT, col. 2281), to the right hon. Gentleman the Member for Bishop Auckland (Mr. Spoor). Any additional estimate with regard to
|—||Accountant General's Department.||Savings Bank Department.||Accountant's Office Edinburgh.||Total.|
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|1st April, 1923||…||…||163||83||21||267|
|1st April, 1924||…||…||136||61||18||215|
|1st April, 1925||…||…||104||26||16||146|
|1st April, 1926||…||…||61||13||14||88|
§ No redundant second division clerks are employed in the other departments of the Post Office.
§ I regret that the information concerning ex-third class clerks is not available in the form desired by the hon. Member.