HC Deb 22 March 1976 vol 908 cc53-4W
Mr. Woodall

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will give for each year since 1970 overall average male gross weekly earnings, namely the figure of all adult male employees, manual and non-manual, whose pay was not affected by absence, as shown in the April New Earnings Survey, the corresponding amount a married man with two children under 11 years of age would have paid in income tax and national insurance contributions, and net income after tax and national insurance including family allowance.

Mr. Robert Sheldon

I will let my hon. Friend have a reply as soon as possible.

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