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Sick Leave

Volume 931: debated on Tuesday 10 May 1977

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asked the Minister for the Civil Service what is the maximum annual entitlement to sick leave in the Civil Service.

I would refer the hon. Member to the answer I gave to the hon. Member for Norfolk, South (Mr. MacGregor) on 19th November 1976.—[Vol. 919, c. 779–80.]

asked the Minister for the Civil Service (1) what was the average number of working days lost through sickness in the Civil Service, in each year since 1970;(2) how many working days, other than the statutory permitted days, were lost through sickness in the Civil Service, in each year since 1970.

I regret that this information is not available, and to

ROAD ACCIDENT CASUALTIES BY INJURY SEVERITY: GREAT BRITAIN: 1970 TO 1976
FatalSeriousSlightAll casualties
19707,49993,499262,370363,368
19717,69990,868253,460352,027
19727,76391,338260,626359,727
19737,40689,478256,896353,780
19746,87682,030235,696324,602
19756,36677,122241,462324,950
19766,57079,531253,572339,673