I regret that these figures are not available, and could not be obtained without undue labour. I may, however, state that it was estimated that on the 1st March, 1923, the number of established women in the executive, clerical, typing and writing assistant classes of the Civil Service was 13,230, and their aggregate remuneration (including bonus) £ 2,318,000 a year. The hon. Member will find some general statistics of the remuneration of women in the Civil Service on pages 29 and 34 of the Report of the Committee on the Pay, etc. of State. Servants published by the Stationery Office in 1923.