§ 56. Mr. BANFIELD
asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury the number 1191 of vacancies in the junior grade of the general clerical class for each year from 1st April, 1928, to 31st March, 1935; and how many of these vacancies have been filled, respectively, by recruitment from open competition, recruitment from limited competition, transfer of redundant officers of the same grade from other offices, transfer of non-redundant officers of the same grade from other offices, and promotion from the typing grades in each of the following Departments: Foreign Office, India Office, War Office, Home Office, Scottish Office, Treasury, Board of Trade, Office of Works, Stationery Office, Land Registry, Paymaster-General's Office, and the Admiralty?
§ The PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY to the TREASURY (Captain Margesson)
As the answer involves a large number of figures in tabular form, the reproduction of which in the OFFICIAL REPORT would involve disproportionate expense, my hon. Friend proposes, with the hon. Member's permission, to communicate them to him in writing.