§ 80. Mr. Keenan
asked the Secretary of State for Air what are the daily payments, 53W allowances and expenses paid to the following service personnel in the R.A.F., Egypt Command: sergeants, flight-lieutenants and squadron leaders in married quarters in camp; and what are the payments, allowances and expenses paid to
PAY AND ALLOWANCES OF R.A.F. PERSONNEL—MARRIED AND ACCOMPANIED BY THEIR FAMILIES—IN EGYPT. Rank. Marriage Allowance (Taxable). Overseas Family Allowance* (Taxable). Ration Allowance. Local Overseas Allowance. Pay (Taxable Daily Rates. Living in private accommodation. Living in Service M.Q. General Duties Branch 12/6d. a day (if aged 25 years or over). 45/- a week (if under 25 years of age) 5/- a week for each child after the first 6/11d. a day 27/-a day. 13/-a day. Squadron Leader 35/- after 2 yrs. 37/- "4 yrs- 39/- "6 yrs. 41/- "8yrs. — "10 yrs. — Flight Lieutenant 23/- after 2 yrs. 25/- "4 yrs. 27/- 6 yrs 29/- Pay (Daily Rates). Group A. Groups B, C and D. Sergeant 12/- 10/6d. 40/- a week 5/- a week for each child after the first. 6/11d. a day. 17/- a day. 10/6d. a day. after 4 yrs. 12/6d. 11/- "8 yrs. 13/- 11/6d. "12 yrs. 13/6d. 12/- "16 yrs. 14/- 12/6d. * Overseas Family Allowance is payable to officers and airmen serving overseas in lieu of the family allowance to which they would be entitled under the Family Allowances Act of 1945, if serving at home.