HC Deb 29 February 1944 vol 397 cc1259-60W
Sir W. Edģe

asked the Minister of Agriculture what sum is represented by in-

Proportionate rates and increases were made with effect from the same dates for overseas stations.

The following table shows what changes there have been in the weekly rates of family allowance for children of other ranks:

creases in the wages of agricultural workers since the start of the war.

Mr. Hudson

It is estimated that the sum represented by the increase since the start of the war in the annual aggregate of wages of agricultural workers in the United Kingdom, allowing for the increase in hours worked, is of the order of £75,000,000.

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