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Passport Offices (Staff)

Volume 236: debated on Monday 10 March 1930

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asked the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs the number of men and women engaged in the Department dealing with passports; whether they are established civil servants; and what numbers have been engaged on this work during each year since 1913

The number of men and women employed in the Passport Offices in London and Liverpool on 1st January, 1930, was:

Men163
Women10
of whom eight men are established civil servants.The staff employed in the Passport Offices on 1st January in each year since 1913 is as follow:

Men.Women.Total.
January 1,191333
January 191433
January 19151212
January 19161414
January 191718624
January 1918282654
January 19197461135
January 1920113121234
January 192113784221
January 192214047187
January 192318215197
January 192418611197
January 19251909199
January 19261909199
January 19271789187
January 192817410184
January 192916710177
The staff varies from time to time in proportion to the volume of work.