HC Deb 14 July 1964 vol 698 c204W
Mr. A. Lewis

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer, taking June, 1957, as equalling 100, what has been the percentage rise in the wages and salaries of civil servants to date; and, on the basis of an average group of civil servants who were in June, 1957, receiving a salary of £1,750 per annum, what was their latest annual salary.

Mr. Green

The movement in Civil Service salaries since 1957 has been different for different grades. In the case of three typical Civil Service salaries, if the June, 1957, London maxima are expressed as 100, the current London maxima may be expressed as follows:

Clerical Officer 141
Executive Officer 135
Higher Executive Officer 136

In the case of three typical Civil Service salaries which were £1,750 (London) in June, 1957, the current London rates are:

Principal 2,581
Principal Scientific Officer 2,581
Chief Executive Officer 2,499

Changes in the pay of Civil Servants are made public as and when they occur.