HC Deb 04 May 1928 vol 163 c1794W

asked the Minister of Labour how many officers temporarily or permanently employed in his Department are in receipt of pensions or other allowances from the State exceeding the sum of £250 per year, and the salary such persons are receiving in the positions they at present occupy either as temporary or permanent officers?


So far as I am aware, apart from salary, no officer of the Department is in receipt of a pension or other allowance from the State which exceeds the stun of 250 per annum. There is, however, one officer employed by my Department who is in receipt of a pension from Colonial Funds of approximately £300 per annum.