HC Deb 28 June 1956 vol 555 cc61-2W
Mr. Lewis

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many of the staff in the Prime Minister's office have to meet the cost of their postage, telegrams, stationery, telephones, travel, living away from home expenses, secretarial expenses, etc., out of their State salaries; how many of these have not received an increase in such salary for more than two years; and in how many cases in this category have the Government subsequently refused to implement recommendations regarding increases in salary made by an investigating committee set up by the Government.

Mr. H. Brooke