HC Deb 13 February 1957 vol 564 cc195-6W
Mr. Malcolm MacPherson

asked the Secretary of State for Scotland in how many schools in Scotland Russian is now

Mr. Carr

48, 48 and 60, respectively. These figures do not include three severely disabled employed on staff duties.

Mr. F. Anderson

asked the Minister of Labour to state the number of unemployed, male and female, separately, signing on at Whitehaven, Cleator Moor, including Egremont Parish, and Millom Employment Exchanges at the most recent available date, and the same particulars for the like period of 1956 and 1955, respectively; and how many have been signing on at each employment exchange for three months, six months, twelve months, and more than twelve months, respectively.

Mr. Iain Macleod

The following tables give the information desired so far as it is available:

taught; and to what extent this is an increase over the 1939 figure.

Mr. Maclay

In January, 1956, the latest date for which figures are available, Russian was taught in six schools, five more than in 1939.

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