HC Deb 28 June 1971 vol 820 cc52-3W
Mr. James Hamilton

asked the Secretary of State for Employment how many female workers, over the age of 21 years, working a normal week in north Lanarkshire had a gross pay of less than £10, £10 to £15, £15 to £20, and £20 to £25 per week at the last count.

Mr. Bryan

As explained in reply to the hon. Member's Questions on Friday 2nd April, 1971 and Monday 21st June, 1971 analyses of weekly earnings are not available for counties and other areas smaller than the standard regions of Scotland.—[Vol. 814, c. 446–7; Vol. 819, c. 209–210].

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