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To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs how many people in his Department and its predecessor who participated in (a) involuntary and (b) voluntary staff exit schemes in each year since 1997-98 were paid between (i) £0 to £25,000, (ii) £25,001 to £50,000, (iii) £50,001 to £75,000, (iv) £75,001 to £100,000 and (v) over £100,000; and if he will make a statement.
For financial year 2006-07, the relevant numbers were:
|Staff exits from DEFRA during FY 2006-07|
|(a)||involuntary||16||(i)||£0 to £25,000|
|(a)||involuntary||5||(ii)||£25,001 to £50,000|
|(a)||involuntary||1||(iii)||£50,001 to £75,000|
|(b)||voluntary||53||(i)||£0 to £25,000|
|(b)||voluntary||37||(ii)||£25,001 to £50,000|
|(b)||voluntary||40||(iii)||£50,001 to £75,000|
|(b)||voluntary||28||(iv)||£75,001 to £100,000|
To provide relevant data prior to financial year 2006-07 would incur disproportionate cost.