Brain Food: Earning Curve - Parliament

Last Updated: 31 Aug 2010

Lord Falconer, Lord Chancellor, p.a. £207.7k

Tony Blair, prime minister, p.a. £178.9k

Serjeant-at-arms, House of Commons, p.a. £90k-£95k

Sir Michael Willcocks, Black Rod, p.a. £72.3k-£117k

Member of Parliament, p.a £57.5k + av. £118k expenses

Parliamentary researcher, part-time, p.a. £15k

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