HC Deb 03 December 1925 vol 188 c2552W

asked the Financial Secretary to the Treasury whether the Lords Commissioners of the Treasury propose to adopt the recommendations in the Report of the Subsistence Committee of the National Whitley Council, including payment to civil servants transferred from one place to another of the expenses of hotel accommodation for themselves and families, of the cost of finding new homes, of the removal or storage of furniture, and of new tenancy agreements, together with grants of money for legal and miscellaneous expenses arising out of transfer?


The recommendations in question, which have been put into operation, apply only to civil servants transferred in the interests of the Service, and provide for repayment of consequential necessary expenditure, within appropriate limits, in accordance with principles which have long been generally recognised throughout the public Service, but have in the past been differently applied in different Departments.