HC Deb 27 May 1946 vol 423 c144W
Mr. Snadden

asked the Secretary of State for Scotland how many workmen, other than technicians and engineers, are employed on the Tummel-Garry Hydroelectric Scheme; how many of them are Scotsmen; and how many are prisoners of war.

Mr. Westwood

Apart from technicians and engineers 105 British workmen of whom 102 are Scots are at present employed on the scheme. Up to 17th May the maximum number of prisoners of war employed was 265.