§ 14. Mr. R. J. Taylor
asked the Minister of Labour the number of miners of 60 years of age and over; how many are employed; and how many are unemployed?
§ Mr. Taylor
The Department recently issued several tables dealing with ages, and further, they can tell an insured worker on the day before he is 65.
§ Mr. George Griffiths
If the Minister has not got them how is it that the P.E.P. Association across the road can get them any day they like?
§ Mr. Lawson
Is the right hon. Gentleman not aware that there was in the last Ministry of Labour Gazette a whole series of figures dealing with the periods 1043 of those out of work, the numbers out of work, the variations in each industry and the ages in the industry? Would not that material be gathered at the Employment Exchanges?