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Public Bodies (Appointees And Remuneration)

Volume 720: debated on Tuesday 16 November 1965

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asked the Secretary of State for Scotland if he will publish in the OFFICIAL. REPORT the names and addresses of persons who have been appointed by him to more than one public body in Scotland; and if he will give their remuneration.

I have appointed a considerable number of people to more than one public body, but most of those appointments carry no remuneration.The following are those whom I have appointed to more than one remunerative position:

About 16,500, of whom 14,700 made elections; 4,961 have elected to join the scheme and 9,739 opted out.

asked the Secretary of State for Scotland how many teachers in Scotland have made application for a quotation of contribution rates in respect of possible nominations under the scheme for pensions for dependants; how many nominations have been made; and how many have been accepted.

There have been 50 applications and 14 nominations. Three have been accepted; the remaining 11 are under consideration.