§ Q10. Mr. Arthur Lewis
asked the Prime Minister whether he will prepare and publish in the OFFICIAL REPORT, as soon as it can be ready, a detailed list of State and Government appointments, including civil servants, together with the positions held, where the persons concerned receive more in salary than that now received by a Minister of State and the names and positions held by these persons, with their salaries, as on 1st July, 1971.
§ The Prime Minister
To provide the information in the form requested by the hon. Member would involve a disproportionate expenditure of time and money. So far as the Civil Service is concerned, I would refer the hon. Member to the reply given to him by my hon. Friend the Parliamentary Secretary to the Civil Service Department on 17th March. Following is a list of publications that provide much of this information:364W
Civil Servants—Estimates 1971–72. Memorandum by the Chief Secretary to the Treasury Cmnd. 4627 Table XIII.
Senior Service Officers—N.B.P.I. Report No. 157, Cmnd. 4513.
Higher Judiciary—Judges Remuneration (No. 2) Order 1970, S.I. 1970/1950.
Lower Judiciary—The Judicial Offices (Salaries) Order 1970, S.I. 1970/1968.
Public Boards—List of Members of Public Boards of a Commercial Character as at 1st January, 1971, Cmnd. 4611.