§ Mr. Kaufman
To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will list the salary and other emoluments of the civil servant who did the work of, or work comparable to that of, the chief executive of each next steps agency established by his Departments before the agency was established.
§ Mr. Nelson
The salaries of the officials concerned were as follows:
£ Central Statistical Office: 76,060 (for 1990–91) Paymaster General's Office: 41,831 (for 1993–94)
The Council's second reading draft budget totals 75,930 million ecu—£59,343 million—in commitment appropriations and 72,000 million ecu—£56,272 million—in payment appropriations. The second reading draft budget is 583 million ecu—£456 million—in commitments and 924 million ecu—£722 million—in payments below the financial perspective ceilings and is within the existing own resources ceiling of 1.20 per cent. The following table compares the outcome of the Budget Council with the proposals in the Commission's preliminary draft budget and with the proposals in the European Parliament's draft budget, with reference to the financial perspective ceilings:
£ Royal Mint: 45,350 (for 1989–90) Valuation Office: 55,290 (in 1991)