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Dornoch Firth (Road Bridge)

Volume 116: debated on Friday 15 May 1987

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asked the Secretary of State for Scotland what is the current proposed starting date for construction of the road bridge across the Dornoch Firth; and if he will make a statement.

Staff employed by the NHS in Scotland
Whole Time, Part Time and Whole time Equivalent for selected groups at 30 September
Nurses and Midwives1
Whole Time40,92142,46744,73645,47946,04245,75146,07746,161
Part Time25,41825,64426,19926,38426,18725,95526,09626,815
Whole Time Equivalent56,037·258,602·561,125·561,979·262,395·562,027·462,562·162,868·2
Whole Time17,39317,05616,99816,76516,21015,36914,55113,780
Part Time16,76117,01817,56918,13318,27818,34118,53018,904
Whole Time Equivalent27,059·526,895·527,126·227,194·026,716·825,934·925,270·724,568·1
Administrative and Clerical
Whole Time11,45911,56411,81011,92912,03711,90412,06712,157
Part Time3,0803,1173,3783,5793,7823,9134,0934,199
Whole Time Equivalent13,121·613,255·713,628·813,880·314,088·014,052·814,315·114,445·5
Professional and Technical2
Whole Time8,5828,7859,0619,2409,4959,6199,8169,934
Part Time1,6641,6981,7621,8451,8581,8831,9522,072
Whole Time Equivalent9,340·89,546·69,879·510,104·010,355·210,514·210,755·310,927·1
1 In 1979 the WTE calculation for part·time nurses was based on a 40 hour week; from 1980 it is based on a 37½ hour week.
2 Includes: Scientific and PAM, Technical, Works, and Pharmacists and Opticians.