HC Deb 25 June 1974 vol 875 cc410-1W
Mr. Bidwell

asked the Attorney-General if he will prosecute the National Front under the Race Relations Act 1965 for a leaflet issued by the Front called "School Students".

The Attorney-General

I have asked the Director of Public Prosecutions to consider whether a prosecution would be justified.

Miss Richardson

asked the Attorney-General what decision has been made by the Director of Public Prosecutions on the question of whether to prosecute members of the National Front for incitement to racial hatred in respect of events at recent meetings in London.

Mr. Gwilym Roberts

asked the Attorney-General if the Director of Public

Senior Principal Psychologist £6,300—£7,280 (four scale points
Principal Psychologist £4,360—£5,775 (eight scale points)
Senior Psychologist £3,331—£4,162 (six scale points)
Psychologist £1,819—£2,953 (11 scale points)

The salaries of educational psychologists employed by local authorities are taken from one of two ranges: Range A, £2,568-£3,831–17 scale points—and Range B, £3,555-£6,280–18 scale points. The scale for an individual officer consists of seven scale points determined by the local education authority.

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