§ 58. Mr. Hamilton
asked the Minister of Health the latest date on which doctors' practice expenses were reassessed; the total increase resulting from that reassessment ; and how much it represented per doctor per year.
§ Mr. Turton
The latest year for which doctors' practice expenses have been reassessed is that ending on 31st March, 1955, when for Great Britain they are estimated to have been £23,549,227, or £1,114 per doctor, an increase of £2,891,797, or £114 per doctor over the preceding year.