HC Deb 29 October 1956 vol 558 c89W
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.