Statistics.

Part of Oral Answers to Questions — Unemployment. – in the House of Commons at on 29 May 1930.

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Following is the statement:

Separate figures in respect of the number of claims to benefit disallowed on the ground "not normally insurable and not seeking to obtain a livelihood by means of insurable employment" are not available for the period 10th September, 1929, to 12th March, 1930. For this period the figures include also disallowances on the ground "not a reasonable period of insurable employment during the preceding two years."
Number of Claims to benefit disallowed.
Ground of disallowance.Males.Females.Total.
Not normally insurable and not seeking to obtain a livelihood by means of insurable employment:
9th July, 1929, to 12th August, 19297095581,267
13th August, 1929, to 9th September, 19296325721,204
Not normally insurable and not seeking to obtain a livelihood by means of insurable employment and not a reasonable period of insurable employment during the preceding two years:
10th September, 1929, to 14th October, 19298,4452,84411,289
15th October, 1929, to 11th November, 19297,6272,44410,071
12th November, 1929, to 9th December, 19296,6172,0688,685
10th December, 1929, to 13th January, 19307,4542,4599,913
14th January, 1930, to 10th February, 19306,9422,6929,634
11th February, 1930, to 12th March, 19305,9172,6778,594