HC Deb 08 May 1970 vol 801 cc194-5W
Mr. Arthur Lewis

asked the Minister for the Civil Service whether he will publish in Hansard full details of the allowances and expenses of civil servants on a salary of £3,250 per annum when away from home on official business; and on what basis allowances are made for expenses incurred when travelling to and from their home to a job situated in an area different to that from where they are normally employed.

Mr. Shore:

A civil servant on a salary of £3,250 per annum would receive subsistence allowance at the rate of 95s. per day (105s. in London) for the first 30 days of absence and lodging allowance of 45s. per day (50s. in London) thereafter. Allowances for travel between home and other places than those of their normal employment are based on the additional expenses involved.