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National Insurance Contributions

Volume 114: debated on Thursday 9 April 1987

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asked the Secretary of State for Social Services what was the value at 1987 prices and as

Great Britain
£ million at 1987–88 prices
AmountPercentage share of Fund incomeAmountPercentage share of Fund incomeAmountPercentage share of Fund income
Employers Contributions10,75046·511,55044·511,80045
Treasury Supplement4,05017·52,5009·52,0307·5
Contribution rates and the size of the Treasury supplement are determined annually in the light of circumstances at the time. The Government do not make forward estimates of the individual elements of income to the national insurance fund.