HC Deb 01 March 1965 vol 707 cc192-3W
Mr. Alan Beaney

asked the First Secretary of State and Secretary of State for Economic Affairs what salaries the industrial advisers in his Department receive; and how much of it is paid by the Department.

Mr. George Brown

The chief industrial adviser is paid nothing from public funds. One of the industrial advisers receives a salary of £6,000 from the Department. In the cases of the other industrial advisers we pay their companies a fee for their services. This varies from £6,000 to £7,500 per annum.