§ 92. Mr. M. Stewart
asked the Secretary of State for War how many soldiers at the Army radio station, Zonkor, Malta, are engaged on fatigues shifting coal; and for how many hours each week they are occupied on this duty and on other duties, respectively.
§ Mr. F. Maclean
Four non-tradesmen normally spend about half an hour between them moving coal each week. These men spend 45 hours a week on general duties and one hour on drill. Exceptionally a special coal fatigue is necessary and the hon. Member may have166W in mind one which took place last month. Eight men were then employed for an average of 1½ hours each.