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Members of Parliament (Salaries)

Part of the debate – in the House of Commons at 10:48 pm on 26th July 1983.

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Resolved,That, in the opinion of this House, the rate of car mileage allowance payable to Members travelling on Parliamentary duties (and accordingly the rate applicable to the car mileage allowances payable in respect of journeys by the spouse of a Member and journeys by the persons in respect of whom the secretarial and research allowance of a Member is payable) should, for journeys commenced on or after 1st October 1983, continue to be 25·8p per mile, and should reflect thereafter any change in the Civil Service rate of cat mileage allowance presently set at this level.In this Resolution "the secretarial and research allowance" has the same meaning as in the Resolution of this House of 19th July 1983 (Office, Secretarial and Research etc. Allowances).