“Civil Service National Whitley Council Reorganisation Committee: final report”. BOPCRIS (British Official Publications Collaborative Reader Information): Unlocking Key British Government Publications.
National Whitley Council
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While she held this job, the wages of female munitions workers went up from twelve shillings to twenty-eight (from about a quarter of her own pay to about half). She was a member of the...
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The Board of Reconciliation in this novel no doubt draws on the actual National Whitley Council , on which AR had served from October 1919 to February 1920.
A disclaimer at the beginning notes not...
A report on reorganising the BritishCivil Service (particularly with regard to the gendering of employment and salary scales) was signed by members of the National Whitley Council . It was published the same year.
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