§ Mr. Mitchison
asked the Minister of Labour (1) how many subsistence allowances have been paid within the last six months, or other convenient period, to workers coming into the area of the Corby Employment Exchange from other parts of Great Britain for work at Stewarts and Lloyds; if he will classify the lengths of the periods over which such subsistence allowances have been paid; and if he will give an estimate of the proportion of such workers to whom they have been paid;
(2) how many workers, per month, have recently come into the area of the Corby Employment Exchange from other parts of Great Britain for work at Stewarts and Lloyds; how many, per month, of such workers have left after staying there less than six months; 165W and how far, by comparison with previous periods, the rate of labour turnover among such workers now shows improvement, deterioration, or no significant change.
§ Mr. Watkinson
Information of this kind relating to individual firms is confidential and I could not, with propriety, give it to the hon. and learned Member.