§ Sir W. JOYNSON-HICKS
The number of permanent, non-pensionable ("P" Class) clerks in the Home Office is 19. Up to the present date three "P" Class clerks have been promoted to established posts.
§ Sir J. GILMOUR
There are no "P" clerks in the Scottish Office, and no clerks of this grade have open promoted to established posts.
§ Mr. D. HACKING
Eight "P" Class (permanent unestablished) clerks are employed in my Department. No such clerks 1589W have been promoted to established posts, but the promotion of one is at present under consideration.
§ Lieut.-Colonel HEADLAM
Two hundred and seventy-seven "P" (permanent non-pensionable) clerks are borne. No promotions have yet been made.
§ Lord E. PERCY
The number of "P" Class (permanent non-pensionable) clerks now employed at the Board of Education is 36. Up to the present, 26 such clerks have been promoted to the established clerical grade.
I presume the hon. Member refers to permanent unestablished clerk's. The present number is 30, and the number promoted to date to established posts is 4.