10(1)The Lord Chancellor must pay such remuneration as he may determine to each of the following—E+W+S+N.I.
(a)the chairman of the Council;
(b)the chairman of the Scottish Committee;
(c)the chairman of the Welsh Committee.
(2)The Lord Chancellor may pay such fees as he may determine to—
(a)members of the Council other than the chairman;
(b)members of the Scottish Committee other than the chairman;
(c)members of the Welsh Committee other than the chairman.
(3)The Lord Chancellor may pay such expenses as he may determine to—
(a)members of the Council;
(b)members of the Scottish Committee;
(c)members of the Welsh Committee.
(4)In sub-paragraph (3) “expenses” includes (in particular) subsistence allowances and travelling expenses.
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