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Capital Taxes Office, Belfast

Volume 987: debated on Thursday 3 July 1980

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asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many Northern Ireland civil servants have received promotion in the Capital Taxes Office in Belfast since 31 December 1978.

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many of Great Britain's civil servants have received promotion in the Capital Taxes Office in Belfast since 31 December 1978.

[pursuant to his reply, 30 June 1980, c. 402]: Seven United Kingdom civil servants have been promoted.

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether the controller of the Capital Taxes Office, Belfast, was formally retired in March; what gratuity he received and what office he now holds in the Capital Taxes Office.

[pursuant to his reply, 30 June 1980, c. 402]: Where an individual civil servant is continuing to serve after the minimum retirement age, his decision whether or not to retire formally at that point is not normally the subject of a public announcement. Nor is it customary to give information about the lump sums paid to identifiable individuals under the rules of the principal Civil Service pension scheme.