Dr. Russell Thomas
asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of War Transport the number of drivers of military age and the number of other male workers of military age, including conductors, washers, clerks and others now employed by the London Passenger Transport Board; and how many of these joined 205W the Board's service since the outbreak of war?
§ Mr. Noel-Baker
They London Passenger Transport Board now have 6,756 drivers of military age in their employ, 294 of these drivers have joined the Board's service since the outbreak of the war. 10,977 other male workers of military age are now in the Board's employ; 2,264 of them have joined the Board's services since the outbreak of war. These figures include men who belong to low medical categories and also men who have been discharged from the Armed Forces.