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Section 1.

SCHEDULE 1U.K. Ministerial Salaries

[F1PART IU.K.

Textual Amendments

OfficeSalary
£
Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury76,762
Chancellor of the Exchequer68,827
Salary if the holder is a member of the House of CommonsSalary if the holder is not a member of the House of Commons
££

Secretary of State

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

68,827101,038

PART IIU.K.

OfficeSalary if the holder is a member of the House of CommonsSalary if the holder is not a member of the House of Commons
££
1.

Any of the offices listed at (a) to (g) of 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 who is not eligible for a salary under any other provision of this Act

3.

Financial Secretary to the Treasury

33,00278, 891

PART IIIU.K.

OfficeSalary if the holder is a member of the House of CommonsSalary if the holder is not a member of the House of Commons
££
Attorney General95,772105,699
Solicitor General59,24891,755
Advocate General for Scotland59,24891,755

PART IVU.K.

OfficeSalary if the holder is a member of the House of CommonsSalary if the holder is not a member of the House of Commons
££
Parliamentary Secretary other than Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury

23,697

68,710

Treasurer of Her Majesty’s Household33,002

Comptroller of Her Majesty’s Household

Vice-Chamberlain of Her Majesty’s Household

Junior Lord of the Treasury

Assistant Whip, House of Commons

19,239
Captain of the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms78,891

Captain of the Queen’s

Bodyguard of the Yeoman of the Guard

68,710
Lord in Waiting63,537]

Part VU.K.

1(1)The salary to be paid to the holder of any office mentioned above in this Schedule shall be of the annual amount [F2provided for] F3...U.K.

(2)The date on which the holder of any office listed at (a) to (g) in Part I above becomes or ceases to be a member of the Cabinet shall be notified in the London Gazette, and any such notification (whether before or after the passing of this Act) shall be conclusive evidence for the purposes of this Schedule.

[F4(3)For the purposes of this Schedule a person is a member of the House of Commons for the period beginning with the day after the day of the poll for the parliamentary election at which the person is elected, and ending with—

(a)if the person is a member immediately before Parliament is dissolved, the day of the poll for the parliamentary general election which follows the dissolution;

(b)otherwise, the day on which the person ceases to be a member.]

2U.K.In the case of the following offices a salary may be paid to more than one holder of the office at the same time, subject to the limitations expressed below, that is to say—

(a)Secretary of State, so long as not more than 21 salaries are paid at the same time in accordance with Part I above;

(b)Minister of State, so long as not more than 50 salaries are paid at the same time in accordance with Parts I and II above;

(c)Parliamentary Secretary other than Parliamentary Secretary to the Treasury, so long as not more than 83 salaries are paid at the same time in accordance with Parts I and II above taken together with salaries to any Parliamentary Secretary in accordance with Part IV above;

(d)Junior Lord of the Treasury, so long as not more than 5 salaries are paid at the same time;

(e)Assistant Whip, House of Commons, so long as not more than 7 salaries are paid at the same time;

(f)Lord in Waiting, so long as not more than 5 salaries are paid at the same time.

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