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Employment

Volume 975: debated on Monday 3 December 1979

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asked the Minister for the Civil Service what are the comparable figures for Civil Service jobs in Manchester, Newcastle, Glasgow, Swansea, Leeds, Birmingham, Liverpool and London.

[pursuant to his reply, 20 November, c. 127]: The table below gives the number of non-industrial civil servants in the locations listed at 1 July 1979, the latest date for which figures are available:

LocationStaff in post at 1 July 1979
Manchester9,167
Newcastle17,428
Glasgow11,285
Swansea6,394
Leeds7,673
Birmingham8,788
Liverpool7,540
London141,168
Notes:
1. Part-timers are counted as half units.
2. The area defined for each location is the metropolitan district in each case with the exception of London (which consists of the GLC area) and Glasgow (which consists of Glasgow city).
Information on the number of industrial civil servants' jobs in the locations listed is not held centrally.Civil Servants (Costs)

asked the Minister for the Civil Service what is the current annual average cost of a civil servant of, and above, the executive officer grade, but excluding prison service grades, based on annual salary, pension and other benefits, plus accommodation, office equipment and heating and lighting.

asked the Minister for the Civil Service what is the current annual average cost of a civil servant of, and below, the clerical officer grade, but excluding prison service grades, based on annual salary, pension and other benefits, plus accommodation, office equipment and heating and lighting.