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Culture Media and Sport written question – answered on 12th September 2013.

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Photo of David Davies David Davies Chair, Welsh Affairs Committee, Chair, Welsh Affairs Committee

To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport if she will publish a table showing the salaries of the chief executive of each organisation that receives more than 50% of its revenue from her Department.

Photo of Hugh Robertson Hugh Robertson The Minister of State, Department for Culture, Media and Sport

The following table shows the salaries of the chief executive of each arm's length body that receives more than 50% of its revenue from the Department, including national lottery money based on figures included in their 2012 to 13 annual reports and accounts. In some cases, this will show a range, rather than a single figure:

Arm's length body Chief executive's salary (£)
Arts Council England 155,000
British Film Institute (1)135,000 to 140,000
British Library (1)140,000 to 145,000
English Heritage (1)161,000
Equality and Human Rights Commission 125,000 to 130,000
Geffrye Museum 64,383
Horniman Public Museum and Public Park Trust 95,000 to 100,000
Imperial War Museum 130000 to 135,000
National Gallery 140,000
National Heritage Memorial Fund 130,000 to 135,000
National Lottery Commission 110,000 to 115,000
National Museums Liverpool (1)105,000 to 110,000
Natural History Museum 180,000 to 185,000
Ofcom 276,066
Public Lending Right 63,890
Royal Armouries 95,000
Royal Museums Greenwich 105,000 to 110,000
S4C 132,000
Science Museum Group (1)130,000
Sir John Soane's Museum 65,000
Sport England 145,000 to 150,000
Sports Grounds Safety Authority 65,000
Wallace Collection 85,000 to 90,000
UK Anti to Doping (1)90,000 to 95,000
UK Sport 130,000 to 135,000
Victoria and Albert Museum 140,000 to 145,000
Visit Britain 145,000 to 150,000
Visit England 135,000 to 140,000
(1 )These figures include annual performance bonuses, which it is not possible to separate out.

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