In view of the very significant increase in the amount of work done by some members of the staff, would not the right hon. and learned Gentleman agree that, for example, the payment of about £600 a year made to a superintendent radiographer after ten years' experience in this hospital is very low indeed? Will he look again at the whole of the salary scales, realising that the increase last year was very tiny and does not do justice to these servants?
There is certainly an increase in the number of examinations, but I do not think the hon. Gentleman is right in describing the salary in crease last year as very tiny. In fact, it was about 10 per cent., which is a considerable proportion.