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Non-Industrial Civil Servants

Volume 721: debated on Monday 22 November 1965

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asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer to what extent the Civil Service has been expanded since the present Government took office; and at what cost.

Excluding the Post Office there were 7,900 more non-industrial civil servants on 1st October, 1965, than on 1st October, 1964. Their pay in a full year cannot be assessed precisely, but is estimated at under £5 million.