To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how much his Department and its agencies spent on end-of-year bonus payments in each of the last five years.
The following table updates a previous answer given to the hon. Gentleman on
|Debt Management Office||179,673||166,654||157,259||134,278||97,610|
|Government Actuary's Department(1)||22,500||—||—||—||—|
|HM Revenue and Customs(2)||18,960,303||11,047,400||13,363,285||1,115,723||—|
|National Savings and Investments(3)||362,434||350,292||—||—||—|
|Office for National Statistics(2)||735,871||248,219||360,473||381,830;||—|
|Office of Government Commerce||322,727||282,264||168,250||153,000||123,200|
|OGC Buying Solutions||383,457||357,584||325,024||307,581||277,062|
|Valuation Office Agency||114,100||0||0||320,218||276,829|
|(1) Data for the Government Actuary's Department are not available for the period 2002-03 to 2005-06. |
(2) Data for HM Revenue and Customs and the Office for National Statistics are not available for 2002-03.
(3) Data for National Savings and Investments are not available for the period 2002-03 to 2004-05.