Naval Officers (Pay).

Oral Answers to Questions — Education. – in the House of Commons on 6th April 1922.

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Photo of Mr Charles Ammon Mr Charles Ammon , Camberwell North


asked the Parliamentary Secretary to the Admiralty whether, as stated on page 156 of the Third Report of the Committee on National Expenditure, the number of naval officers receiving £2,000 per annum and upwards, is 46; and, if not, what is the actual number of officers whose emoluments are on this scale, including lodging, provision, fuel, and light, and servant allowance or the value of the equivalents received in kind, but excluding table-money?

Photo of Lieut-Colonel Leo Amery Lieut-Colonel Leo Amery , Birmingham Sparkbrook

The number of naval officers whose emoluments, including lodging, provision, fuel and light, and servant's allowance, or the value of the equivalents received in kind, amount to £2,000 per annum and upwards is 72. This number includes the President of the Naval Inter-Allied Commission of Control, whose pay and allowances are recoverable from Germany.