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Civil Service (Salary Increases)

Volume 497: debated on Friday 21 March 1952

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asked the Secretary to the Treasury if he will give full particulars of salary increases in the Civil Service since 1946 to the latest date.

This information could not be collected without a disproportionate amount of time and work, for there are some thousands of grades in the Civil Service as a whole. If the hon. Member will put down a question about any grades in which he is particularly interested. I shall be glad to give him particulars.

asked the Minister of National Insurance for particulars of the total wage and salary increases granted to staffs employed in his Department from 1946 to the latest convenient stated date.

Wage and salary rates in my Department are those fixed centrally for the Treasury classes of the Civil Service. I would therefore refer the hon. Member to the reply given above to his Question by my hon. Friend the Financial Secretary to the Treasury.