§ 57. Mr. Boyd-Carpenter
asked the Postmaster-General how many temporary war-time Post Office sorters of 60 years of age and over are still employed by his Department; and how many have been released with gratuity since the end of the war.
§ Mr. Hobson
The information asked for in the first part of the Question is not available centrally and could not be collected without disproportionate work. The answer to the second part is about 150.