§ Captain EDEN
asked the Minister of Labour the number of persons employed in the motor car industry in July, 1925, and the number so employed at the present time?
§ Miss BONDFIELD
The estimated numbers of insured persons, aged 16 to 64, classified as belonging to the industry group, "Manufacture and Repair of Motor Vehicles, Cycles and Aircraft," in Great Britain, less the numbers unemployed, were 199,000 at the end of June, 1925, and 218,000 at the end of June, 1929. These figures include persons not at work owing to sickness, etc.