§ Mr. TOWNEND
asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury the number of hours of paid overtime performed by the established clerical staff of the taxes branch of the Inland Revenue and the P-class and temporary staff, respectively, and the cost in each case, for the year ended 31st December, 1929; and the num- 304W ber of hours of unpaid overtime recorded as having been worked by the taxes established clerical staff for the same period?
§ Mr. PETHICK - LAWRENCE
The following statement gives the information desired:
YEAR 1929. — No. of Hours. Cost. Paid Overtime— £ Established Staff 272,986 31,884 "P" Class and Temporary Staff. 167,402 15,142 Unpaid Overtime— Eastablished Staff 130,531 —