asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what will be the cost to the Exchequer of inflation-proofed pensions in the public sector for each of the years 1979–80 to 1984–85, assuming an inflation rate of 10 per cent., 15 per cent. and 20 per cent. respectively.
[pursuant to his reply, 17 December 1979]: I regret that, in view
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|Figures for 1976, and 1977, given in reply to a similar question last year, have been revised.|
of the diversity of ways in which pension schemes in the public sector are operated and financed, this information could be provided only at disproportionate expenditure of time and money.