HC Deb 08 March 1929 vol 226 cc728-9W

asked the Minister of Labour if he will state in tabular form, and separately, the total amounts paid in remuneration and expenses to persons acting on courts of referees from the commencement of the operations of the unemployment insurance scheme right up to date?


Chairmen of the courts are remunerated by way of fees, but members of the courts receive only travelling expenses, subsistence allowances and, in certain circumstances, compensation for loss of earnings. The total amounts paid in the period from 31st March, 1912, to 31st January, 1929, were as follow:

Chairman's fees 260,102
Other payments to Chairmen and members 92,217

These amounts include the payments made in connection with the administration of the out-of-work donation scheme.

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