§ 48. Sir D. Walker-Smith
asked the Secretary of State for Employment whether he is yet in a position to indicate the common or comparative criteria which will govern the consideration of remuneration in their respective fields by the three review bodies which have been established.
§ Mr. R. Carr
I do not intend to impose criteria or dictate their methods of working the review bodies should follow, but the proposals for interlocking membership and a common secretariat will have the advantage of producing a uniformity of 225W approach in reviewing the salaries of the various groups.