Earl of Dalkeith
asked the Minister of Labour, what proportion of the total population of the United Kingdom is employed in the Civil Service, excluding the Armed Forces; and what are the comparable figures for West Germany, France, Japan and the United States of America.
§ Mr. Thornton
In July, 1965, estimates for the United Kingdom were:
Non-industrial civil servants as percentage of total population Including General Post Office Excluding General Post Office 1.5 0.8
Comparable figures are not available for West Germany, France, Japan and the United States of America.