HC Deb 05 July 1962 vol 662 c79W
41. Sir D. Kaberry

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many civil servants, established and temporary, respectively, were employd in his Department on 1st March, 1951, and 1st March, 1962, or the nearst available dates; and what were the totals, respectively, of their salaries and wages as paid on those dates.

Mr. Renton

Following are the figures:

The numbers of non-industrial and industrial civil servants, established and temporary, employed in the Home Office on 1st April, 1951, and 1st April, 1962, were:

Non-industrial Industrial
1st April, 1951 2,100 established 499 established
1,220 temporary 1,930 temporary
1st April, 1962 2,930 established 609 established
791 temporary 1,833 temporary

During the financial years 1950–51 and 1961–62 the total amounts expended on salaries and wages were £2,571,349 and £5,727,383 respectively.