HC Deb 18 February 1920 vol 125 cc917-8W

asked the Minister of Health whether his attention has been drawn to the position of clerks to district auditors; whether these clerks are exclusively employed on Government work, are paid out of Government funds at rates fixed by the Treasury, and yet have no rights as established civil servants; and whether he can arrange for these clerks to be placed on the established list?


asked the Minister of Health whether he can arrange for district audit clerks to be established as civil servants with a right to superannuation in accordance with the Report of the Royal Commission on the Civil Service 1914?


My attention has been called to the position of these clerks; a scheme of reorganisation is under consideration, and I am in correspondence with the Treasury on the subject.

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