§ 42. Mr. Keeling
asked the Minister of Health how many general practitioners who have accepted service under the National Health Service Scheme were paid remuneration for the first quarter of their service under the Scheme in excess of £750 a month and of £1,000 a month, respectively.
§ 61. Sir Hugh Lucas-Tooth
asked the Minister of Health how many in each of the categories of dentists, pharmacists and opticians who have accepted service under the National Health Scheme were paid gross incomes over £750 and over £1,000, respectively, in any of the months of July, August, September, October and November, 1948; and if he will indicate in which cases the amounts did not represent final payment.
§ Mr. Keeling
Has the Minister estimated what proportion of the remuneration represents professional expenses?
§ 43. Mr. Renton
asked the Minister of Health when the classification of specialists under the National Health Service Scheme will be complete; and whether he will make a statement on their remuneration in the interim period.
§ Mr. Renton
With regard to the first part of the Question, would the Minister give some idea as to the month in which the information will be published?