HC Deb 27 April 1981 vol 3 cc354-5W
Mr. Pavitt

asked the Secretary of State for Social Services what is the present weekly wage of a man who has served for 15 years in the London ambulance service at the present time; and what were the rates prevailing in 1974.

Sir George Young

Average weekly earnings of a qualified ambulance man were £56.09 in September 1974. The offer recently made by the management side of the Ambulancemen's Whitley Council effective from 1 January 1981, together with an outstanding increase in London weighting, could increase current average earnings of £156 by about £10 per week.

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