§ Mr. PERR1NG
asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury whether he is prepared to give some chance of establishment to the temporary women civil servants who have served the Government in some cases for as many as eight and nine years; whether he is aware that no chance of establishment has been given to these women for the last four years; and whether he is now considering reserving a certain number of vacancies which may arise on the women's side of the service to be filled from the ranks of the temporary women?
I would refer the hon. Member to the reply which I gave on the 17th July to three similar questions, of which I am sending him a copy.910W
§ Mr. GATES
asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury what steps he proposes to take to offer women's vacancies on the permanent establishment. to some of the temporary women who have been performing efficient service in His Majesty's Civil Service during the last seven, eight and nine years; whether he is aware of the great dissatisfaction now existing among these women at the large numbers of young girls who have been brought in from outside the service; and whether he proposes to ensure that in future some consideration should be given to the claims of the older women?
I would refer the hon. Member to the reply given by me on the 17th July, of which I am sending him a copy.