HC Deb 24 April 1928 vol 216 cc813-4W
Lieut.-Commander KENWORTHY

asked the Minister of Labour for the latest available date the total number registered as unemployed in Great Britain?


The total on 16th April was 1,083,800, made up of 760,500 wholly unemployed, 256,900 temporarily stopped and 66,400 normally in casual employment. I take this opportunity of

dition of these eases are not available. During the same period small-pox was entered on the medical certificate as the cause or one of the causes of death in 66 instances. The figures quoted above are, of course, provisional.

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