HC Deb 26 July 1960 vol 627 c110W
40. Mr. Boyden

asked the Prime Minister if, in view of the shortage of hospital dietitians and teachers of domestice subjects, of school dentists, of teachers of mathematics and physics, industrial scientists in these fields, of architects and engineers in central and local government, of agricultural advisory officers, and of registrars and hospital medical officers, he will consult with his colleagues as to the most effective immediate methods of using existing manpower and expanding training and educational facilities sufficiently to make good the deficiencies.

The Prime Minister

The Departments concerned have under continuous review the best use of manpower in the public services to which the hon. Member refers.