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Volume 205: debated on Tuesday 10 March 1992

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To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs if he will make a statement on the current negotiations by the United Nations Secretary-General on a united Cyprus and on the role Britain has played since 1979.

Representatives of the UN Secretary-General have recently ocmpleted another round of talks

Regional/district general managers

Unit/other general managers



1. Figures for 1990–91 are as yet subject to audit.

2. The figures are gross pay costs including employer's national insurance and superannuation contributions.

Source: Annual accounts of regional and district health authorities in England together with those of the special health authorities for the London post-graduate teaching hospitals.

Other senior management costs were not separately identified until 1989–90. The cost of staff employed in senior management grades in 1989–90 was £126·9 million and in 1990–91 was £213·3 million.

Staff employed in general and senior management grades generally hold posts which were previously classified under administrative and clerical, works staff or senior nursing grades.