asked the Secretary of State for Wales how many Welsh-speaking speech therapists there
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|II||Mining and Quarrying||—||—||—||132||78||182|
|III||Food, Drink and Tobacco||—||—||237||523||2,289||2,214|
|IV||Coal and Petroleum Products||—||—||—||—||34||159|
|V||Chemicals and Allied Industries||66||30||37||16||740||777|
are in each of the area health authorities in Wales; what were the corresponding figures for the last five years; and if he will make a statement.
The number of Welsh-speaking speech therapists employed in Wales in 1978 and 1982 is set out in the following table. Information in respect of the intervening years is not available. These figures show an encouraging increase in the number of Welsh-speaking speech therapists.
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