HC Deb 26 April 1932 vol 265 cc207-8

asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury the numbers of the staffs employed by the trustee savings banks in England and Wales and in Scotland, respectively, stating the number who are in full-time employment and the number of those who are in part-time employment?


The trustee savings banks make appointments to their staffs in accordance with requirements and at their own discretion, but a list of staff is included in the annual returns made by the banks to the National Debt Commissioners. The returns for the year to 20th November, 1931, show the following numbers employed—England and Wales, 1,164; Scotland, 664. The returns do not distinguish those in part-time employment.