The Staffing of John Mann MP

Since my election in June 2001 I have employed both full-time and part-time staff to help manage my workload and to deliver the best service possible to my constituents. Staff are based in my constituency office and in my office in Westminster.

Whilst there have been regular staff changes and alterations in working hours, most often occurring in the middle of financial years, listed below is a basic guide to how I have spent my staff costs allowance since 2001. All figures are pro-rata, with many staff working part-time

2001-2002: Three full-time staff members

  • Salary scale £10,000-20,000  x 1
  • Salary scale £20,000-30,000  x 2

2002-2003: Three full-time staff members

  • Salary scale £10,000-20,000  x 1
  • Salary scale £20,000-30,000  x 2

2003-2004: Two full-time staff members & one part-time staff member

  • Salary scale £10,000-20,000  x 1
  • Salary scale £20,000-30,000  x 2

2004-2005: Two full-time staff members & one part-time staff member

  • Salary scale £10,000-20,000  x 1
  • Salary scale £20,000-30,000  x 2

2005-2006: Four full-time staff members

  • Salary scale £10,000-20,000  x 1
  • Salary scale £20,000-30,000  x 3

2006-2007: Two full-time staff members and three part-time staff members

  • Salary scale £10,000-20,000  x 2
  • Salary scale £20,000-30,000  x 1
  • Salary scale £30,000-£32,000 x 1
  • Salary scale £35,000-£39,000 x 1

2007-2008: Two full-time staff members and four part-time staff members

  • Salary scale £10,000-20,000  x 3
  • Salary scale £20,000-30,000  x 1
  • Salary scale £30,000-£32,000 x 1
  • Salary scale £35,000-£39,000 x 1

2008-2009: Three full-time staff members and two part-time staff members

  • Salary scale £10,000-20,000  x 2
  • Salary scale £20,000-30,000  x 1
  • Salary scale £30,000-£32,000 x 1
  • Salary scale £35,000-£39,000 x 1

2009-2010: Three full-time staff members and one part-time staff member

  • Salary scale £10,000-20,000  x 3
  • Salary scale £20,000-30,000  x 1
  • Salary scale £30,000-£32,000 x 1

2010-2011: Three full-time staff members and two part-time staff members

  • Salary scale £10,000-20,000  x 3
  • Salary scale £20,000-30,000  x 1
  • Salary scale £30,000-£32,000 x 1

2011-2012: Three full-time staff members and three part-time staff members

  • Salary scale £10,000-20,000  x 1
  • Salary scale £20,000-30,000  x 4
  • Salary scale £30,000-£32,000 x 1

2012-2013: Four full-time staff members and two part-time staff members

  • Salary scale £20,000-30,000  x 5
  • Salary scale £30,000-£32,000 x 1

I have employed my wife since 2003, initially on a part-time basis as a caseworker and paid at the lower end of the bottom pay scale.  She continued in this role until 2005 when she took over the management of my office and her salary increased in line with Parliamentary payscales to reflect this.  She will always be paid at the bottom end of this scale.

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