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Redundant Workers

Volume 728: debated on Wednesday 18 May 1966

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asked the Minister of Transport how many men have been rendered redundant since 1964 as a result of the reorganisation of the railway services; and how many depots are now on short time.

Approximately 46,000 about half of whom accepted offers of alternative railway work.The British Railways Board tells me that none of its depots is on short time.