HC Deb 09 March 1911 vol 22 cc1712-3W

asked whether the officials employed in the compilation of the Census receive the same remuneration in England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland?


The case of Ireland is not comparable with those of England and Wales and of Scotland—the work of enumeration, for example, being to a large extent carried out by the Royal Irish Constabulary. As between England and Wales on the one hand and Scotland on the other, there is a general similarity in the terms of remuneration, but not absolute uniformity.