HC Deb 07 March 1928 vol 214 cc1140-1
53. Colonel WOODCOCK

asked the President of the Board of Education if he can make any statement respecting the teachers' dispute at Abertillery?

The PRESIDENT of the BOARD of EDUCATION (Lord Eustace Percy)

I have nothing at present to add to the statement which I made in reply to the hon. Member for East Bradford (Mr. Fenby) on Thursday last, except to say that the suspension until 14th March of the notices given to the teachers has enabled the schools to be kept open, and provided a further opportunity, of which I trust that both sides will avail themselves, for the resumption of negotiations.

Territorial Army Units which were up to Establishment on 1st February, 1928, and their Establishment.
Unit. Establishmet.
Officers. Other Ranks. Total.
Royal Horse Artillery:
"A" Battery, Honourable Artillery Company 5 119 124
Royal Artillery:
233rd (Kent) Field Battery 5 101 106
366th (10th London) Field Battery 5 101 106
294th (2nd Durham) Field Battery 5 101 106
244th (Stafford) Field Battery 5 101 106
216th (Hampshire) Field Battery 5 101 106
326th (Glamorgan) Field Battery 5 101 106
327th (Glamorgan) Field Battery 5 101 106
Royal Army Medical Corps:
125th (East Lancashire) Field Ambulance 6 103 109
Royal Army Ordnance Corps:
55th (West Lancashire) Ordnance: Company 3 30 33