§ Mr. Jack
To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many advisers employed in his office during his time in opposition are now working with him in the Treasury; what are their names; how old they are; what the terms and conditions are upon which they are now employed; how much salary they are each being paid; if that money is coming from public or private sources; and if he will publish a detailed curriculum vitae for each of the individuals concerned. 
§ Mr. Gordon Brown
[holding answer 2 June 1997]: The Prime Minister has approved the appointment of Ed Balls, Charles Whelan, Edward Miliband and Andrew Maugham as paid Special Advisers to HM Treasury.
The terms and conditions for Special Advisers paid from public funds were agreed by the Prime Minister on 19 May in the attachment to his letter to Cabinet colleagues. A copy is being placed in the Library of the House. No salaries for those employed in the Treasury have yet been agreed.
It would not be appropriate for me to publish personal information about the individuals concerned, or to comment on their previous private employment arrangements.
§ Mr. Denzil Davies
To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will publish the names of the political and special advisers appointed to his Department since the general election. 
§ Mrs. Liddell
The Prime Minister has approved the appointment of Ed Balls, Charles Whelan, Edward Miliband and Andrew Maugham as paid Special Advisers to HM Treasury.