§ 11 and 12. Mr. W. T. Williams
asked the Minister of Labour (1) how many men and women were registered as partly employed at the Hammersmith employment exchange in February, 1951, and on the last convenient date, respectively:
(2) how many men and women were registered as unemployed at the Hammersmith Employment Exchange in February, 1938, in February, 1951, and on the last convenient date, respectively.
§ Sir W. Monckton
As the reply includes a table of figures, I will, if I may, circulate it in the OFFICIAL REPORT.
§ Following is the reply:
|NUMBERS OF UNEMPLOYED PERSONS ON THE REGISTERS OF THE BROOK GREEN EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGE (INCLUDING YOUTH EMPLOYMENT OFFICE) AT THE UNDERMENTIONED DATES.|
|Date||Total number on registers||Number temporarily stopped* (included in preceding columns)|
|12th Feb., 1951||1,638||497||—||3|
|11th Feb., 1952||1,761||731||22||17|
§ The area hat is now served by the Brook Green Employment Exchange was served in 1938 by the Shepherds Bush Employment Exchange. The numbers of unemployed persons on the registers of that Exchange at 14th February, 1938, were 6,475 males and 2,246 females.
§ *The figures of "temporarily stopped" relate to persons who were not at work at the dates in question owing to short-time working or other temporary suspensions. They do not include persons who were at work on those dates but were stood off on other days of the week.