§ Sir R. Glyn
asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury what are the existing rates of pay of all skilled and unskilled labour, male and female, juvenile and adult, respectively, for civilian employes working in establishments controlled by the War Office and the Air Ministry in the United Kingdom. showing what allowances are paid, how far the workers are insured, and in which cases superannuation funds exist?
§ Captain Crookshank
The number of different rates of pay being paid to civilian employes of all kinds in the War Office and Air Ministry respectively is so large as to preclude the information asked for being given within the limits of a Parliamentary answer, even if its compilation would not involve a disproportionate expenditure of time and labour. If, however, my hon. and gallant Friend will approach the two Departments concerned, indicating the particular classes of employes in which he is interested, I feel sure they will do their best, so far as their war-time activities permit, to furnish him with the information he desires.