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The Ministerial and other Salaries Order 1996

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Article 2.

SCHEDULE 1MINISTERIAL SALARIES

PART I

OfficeSalary from 24th July to next ParliamentSalary from next Parliament
££
Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury58,557100,000

Chancellor of the Exchequer

Secretary of State

Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food

Any of the following offices for so long as the holder is a member of the Cabinet–

(a)

Lord President of the Council;

(b)

Lord Privy Seal;

(c)

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster;

(d)

Paymaster General;

(e)

Chief Secretary to the Treasury;

(f)

Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury;

(g)

Minister of State.

58,87677,963

PART II

OfficeSalary from 24th July to next ParliamentSalary from next Parliament
££

1.  Any of the offices listed at (a) to (g) in Part I above for so long as the holder is not a member of the Cabinet

2.  Minister in charge of a public department of Her Majesty’s Government in the United Kingdom who is not a member of the Cabinet, and whose office is not specified elsewhere in this Schedule

3.  Financial Secretary to the Treasury

Maximum 51,838

Minimum 31,125

Maximum 51,838

Minimum 31,125

PART III

OfficeSalary from 24th July to next ParliamentSalary from next Parliament
££
Attorney General46,74563,756
Lord Advocate58,95878,072
Solicitor General38,32952,278
Solicitor General for Scotland50,45566,811

PART IV

OfficeSalary from 24th July to next ParliamentSalary from next Parliament
££
Captain of the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms51,83851,838
Parliamentary Secretary other than Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury43,63243,632
Captain of the Queen’s Bodyguard of the Yeomen of the Guard43,63243,632
Treasurer of Her Majesty’s Household31,12531,125
Lord in Waiting39,46239,462

Comptroller of Her Majesty’s Household

Vice-Chamberlain of Her Majesty’s Household

Junior Lord of the Treasury

Assistant Whip, House of Commons

20,02920,029

Article 3.

SCHEDULE 2OPPOSITION LEADERS AND WHIPS

PositionSalary from 24th July to next ParliamentSalary from next Parliament
££

In the House of Commons–

  • Leader of the Opposition

40,33255,000
  • Chief Opposition Whip

31,12531,125
  • Assistant Opposition Whip

20,02920,029

In the House of Lords–

  • Leader of the Opposition

43,63243,632
  • Chief Opposition Whip

39,46239,462

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