§ 55. Mr. Osborne
asked the Paymaster-General how many of the 4,000 Hungarian miners who were specially selected by the National Coal Board to work in British mines, and were paid £8 a week for many weeks during their training, are now working in the mines: and what was the total cost of the whole scheme.
§ Sir I. Horobin
There are 659 in the mines and 250 in associated activities. The cost of the scheme is in the first place a matter for the National Coal Board.