81. Miss Ward
asked the Minister of Labour whether, in view of the fact that women factory inspectors promoted to the Career Grade lA after 1st September, 1949, receive up to£70 a year more than women inspectors three years senior to them in the same grade, he will, in the review of salaries, remove this anomaly and make restitution to the inspectors concerned.
§ Mr. Robens
When the National Whitley Council Agreement on starting pay on promotion in the Civil Service was made in 1949, it was realised by both parties that anomalies would arise as between officers promoted after and shortly
NUMBERS OF UNEMPLOYED MEN AND WOMEN AGED 18 AND OVER ON THE REGISTERS OF THE STOCKTON-ON-TEES EMPLOYMENT EXCHANGE — 18th June, 1951 12th June, 1939 Men Women Men Women 1. Total number on registers 280 275 3,757 367 2. Number (included in item 1) who had been unemployed for more than 6 months 91 37 2,023 47 3. Number (included in items 1 and 2) who had been unemployed for more than12 months 68 14 1,230 27