§ Mr. HORE-BELISHA
asked the Minister of Labour the number of ex-service temporary clerks reported to the Joint Substitution Board as being under notice of discharge, and the number of ex-service temporary clerks whose names appear on the register of the Joint Substitution Board?
§ Mr. RONALD McNEILL
The number of temporary ex-service clerks on the Clearing Register of the Joint Substitution Board, covering London and the South Eastern Counties, on the 5th November, 1926, was 372, of whom 341 had, so far as the Board were aware, been discharged from temporary employment in Government Departments, while 31 had received either warning or notice of discharge.712W
shorthand-typists and typists, respectively, employed in divisional offices and out-stations, conditioned to a 42 or 44-hour week in London, in intermediate towns, and in provincial towns?
§ Sir A. STEEL-MAITLAND
The number of temporary shorthand typists and typists respectively employed in divisional and out-station offices of the Ministry of Labour in Great Britain conditioned to a 42 or a 44-hour week is as follows: