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Civil Service (Pension)

Volume 14: debated on Tuesday 8 December 1981

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asked the Lord Privy Seal whether he will give the current Civil Service retirement pension payable to a man now aged 63 years of age who had been employed as head of chancery in a European British embassy in 1961.

Pensions awarded to civil servants on retirement are based on length of service and pay at the time of retirement. The rate of pension payable in the case quoted would therefore depend on the individual's length of service and salary on retirement.