HC Deb 04 June 1930 vol 239 cc2170-1W

asked the Postmaster-General the number of hours of overtime worked in the three months ended 30th April in the London telephone service by the following classes, respectively, distinguishing between the accounts section, the contracts section, and the traffic section: higher clerical officers, executive officers, clerical officers, writing assistants, typing grades and P-class clerks?


The amount of overtime performed by the classes specified in the London telephone service during the three months ended on 30th April was as follows:

The overtime was mainly due to unavoidable delay in filling vacancies on the establishment, for most of which the necessary staff has since been obtained.