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Written Answers to Questions

Monday 11 February 1991

ENERGY

British Nuclear Fuels

Mr. Barron : To ask the Secretary of State for Energy when he expects the annual report and accounts of British Nuclear Fuels plc for the financial year 1989-90 to be published ; and what are the reasons for the delay in their publication.

Mr. Heathcoat-Amory : I understand that the accounts of British Nuclear Fuels plc for the financial year ended 31 March 1990 will be filed with the Registrar of Companies during April 1991 and published as soon as possible afterwards. The accounts have been delayed as a result of negotiations on new contractual arrangements between the company and its two major United Kingdom customers, Nuclear Electric plc and Scottish Nuclear Ltd.

Redundant Mineworkers

Mr. Hinchliffe : To ask the Secretary of State for Energy what action can be taken to recover overpaid moneys from claimants of benefit from the redundant mineworkers' payments scheme.

Mr. Heathcoat-Amory : Overpaid moneys are recovered by means of an immediate lump sum payment, or through a weekly deduction from continuing benefit under the redundant mineworkers' payments scheme, or through commitment to repay from a future entitlement such as a mineworker's pension, or through some combination of these three ways.

Mr. Hinchliffe : To ask the Secretary of State for Energy how many actions were taken resulting in the recovery of overpaid sums to recipients from the redundant mineworkers' payments scheme ; and what was the total sum of recovered moneys for the last year in which figures are available.

Mr. Heathcoat-Amory : The data are not collated in the form requested. However, in the tax year 1989-90 around 2,600 actions were undertaken to recover over a number of years some £700,000 in overpaid moneys.

Coal Imports

Mr. O'Brien : To ask the Secretary of State for Energy what is the total amount of coal imported from the Soviet Union for each of the past five years ; and if he will make a statement.

Mr. Heathcoat-Amory : Imports of hard coal from the Soviet Union have been as follows :



*

Calendar year |Thousand                   

              |tonnes                     

------------------------------------------

1986          |48                         

1987          |89                         

1988          |375                        

1989          |181                        

1990          |<1>592                     

<1>Provisional.                           

Source: Her Majesty's Customs and Excise. 

ATTORNEY-GENERAL

Legal Aid Board

Mr. Vaz : To ask the Attorney-General if he will list the names, terms of office, salaries and former occupations of the present members of the Legal Aid Board.

The Attorney-General : The names and occupations or former occupations, of the present members of the Legal Aid Board are :


Names                                            |Occupations                                                                                      

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John  Pitts                                      |Former Chairman and Chief Executive of                                                           

    (Chairman)                                   |the  Tioxide Group. Term of office,  five                                                        

                                                 |years expiring May 1993                                                                          

                                                                                                                                                   

Martin  Acland                                   |JP,  General  Commissioner of  Income  Tax                                                       

                                                 |and former Executive Director of                                                                 

                                                 |Mercantile  Credit Co. Term of office four                                                       

                                                 |years expiring May 1992.                                                                         

                                                                                                                                                   

Diana Beale                                      |Advice Worker and Member of the                                                                  

                                                 |National Association of Citizen Advice                                                           

                                                 |Bureaux. Term of office four years                                                               

                                                 |expiring May 1992                                                                                

                                                                                                                                                   

Allan Blake                                      |Associate Dean for Personnel and                                                                 

                                                 |Resources  Business School, Leeds                                                                

                                                 |Polytechnic. Term of office five years                                                           

                                                 |expiring May 1993.                                                                               

                                                                                                                                                   

Hilary  Bradley                                  |Barrister. Term of office  three  years                                                          

                                                 |expiring May 1991.                                                                               

                                                                                                                                                   

Lyn  Devonald                                    |Solicitor. Term of office four years                                                             

                                                 |expiring May 1992.                                                                               

                                                                                                                                                   

Kenneth Farrow                                   |Barrister and Assistant Recorder. Term  of                                                       

                                                 |office four years expiring May 1992.                                                             

                                                                                                                                                   

Suzette Harold                                   |Former Managing Director of F                                                                    

                                                 |International  Ltd.  Term of office  three                                                       

                                                 |years expiring May 1991.                                                                         

                                                                                                                                                   

Geoffrey  Hibbert                                |JP, former Personnel Director,  Shell                                                            

                                                 |International Petroleum Co. Term of                                                              

                                                 |office three years expiring May 1991.                                                            

                                                                                                                                                   

David Sinker                                     |JP, Chartered Accountant and Chairman                                                            

                                                 |of  the  Leach Group. Term of office  four                                                       

                                                 |years expiring May 1991.                                                                         

                                                                                                                                                   

John Smith                                       |JP, former Personnel Director and                                                                

                                                 |Assistant Managing Director, Associated                                                          

                                                 |British Ports. Term of office five years                                                         

                                                 |expiring May 1993.                                                                               

                                                                                                                                                   

Peter  Soar                                      |Solicitor.  Term of office five  years  expiring                                                 

                                                 |May 1993.                                                                                        

                                                                                                                                                   

                                                 |The Chairman of the Board is paid                                                                

                                                 |£21,326  per  annum. Mr. Hibbert is paid                                                       

                                                 |£12,925 and Mr. Blake £7,109. All other                                                      

                                                 |members are paid £14,218 per annum.                                                            



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Stolen Equipment

Mr. Menzies Campbell : To ask the Attorney-General if he will publish a list of the equipment stolen from his office in the last three years for which information is available ; and what was the approximate value of each item.

The Attorney-General : No equipment has been stolen from my office or from the Treasury Solicitor's Department during the last three years. Four screwdrivers with a total value of £1.20 have been stolen from the Serious Fraud Office, and the items listed in the table have been stolen from offices of the Crown prosecution service.


                                |Approximate|Total                  

                                |value of                           

                                |each item                          

--------------------------------------------------------------------

                                |£        |£                    

6 Video recorders               |500        |3,000                  

1 Video camera                  |1,000      |1,000                  

1 Word processor                |1,700      |1,700                  

21 Hand held dictation                                              

   machines                     |90         |1,890                  

1 Transcriber                   |250        |250                    

5 Microwave ovens               |150        |750                    

4 Electric fans                 |25         |100                    

1 Lawn mower                    |400        |400                    

1 Sactruck                      |65         |65                     

2 Volumes Oxford English                                            

   dictionary                   |50         |100                    

1 Answerphone                   |90         |90                     

1 Stainless steel sink unit and                                     

   waste disposal unit          |200        |200                    

Central heating radiators       |-          |1000                   

1 Coffee maker                  |60         |60                     

                                            |---                    

                                |Total      |10,605                 

Circuit Judges

Mr. Morgan : To ask the Attorney-General (1) what consultations he has had with the chief constable of the South Wales police regarding the provision of security for the persons, families and property of circuit judges when resident at Radyr Chain house, Llandrisant road, Cardiff ;

(2) what representations he has had regarding the level of security at Radyr Chain house.

The Attorney-General : No building of this name forms part of the Lord Chancellor's estate. The lodgings for High Court judges in Cardiff are at Whitehall, Drysgol road, Radyr.

Mr. Morgan : To ask the Attorney-General what proposals he has to (a) review and (b) strengthen security at circuit judges' residential accommodation in (i) Cardiff and (ii) elsewhere.

The Attorney-General : No residential accommodation is provided for circuit judges. Security arrangements at the residential accommodation provided for High Court judges in Cardiff and elsewhere are regularly reviewed by officials of the Lord Chancellor's Department, and changes made when these are necessary.

Acts of Parliament

Sir John Wheeler : To ask the Attorney-General whether he will make it his policy to include a comma before the year in the citation of Acts of Parliament.


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The Attorney-General : No. The practice of including a comma in the citation of an Act serves no useful purpose, and was abandoned in 1962, on the advice of the Statute Law Committee.

Legal Aid

Mr. O'Brien : To ask the Attorney-General whether there is a shortage of solicitors prepared to take on legal aid work in any area of the United Kingdom ; and if he will make a statement.

The Attorney-General : The Legal Aid Board, which administers the legal aid system in England and Wales, has received no

representations from persons requiring the services of a solicitor who have been unable to obtain those services. The Scottish Legal Aid Board has also received no such representations. Similarly, the position in Northern Ireland is that no such representations have been received.

Mr. O'Brien : To ask the Attorney-General how many solicitors and companies of solicitors have withdrawn from the legal aid scheme over the past three years.

The Attorney-General : No statistics are available on the identities of solicitors or firms of solicitors undertaking legal aid work at any one time. The Legal Aid Board does, however, publish a figure showing the number of officies receiving payment. For the last three years these were as follows :


        |Number       

----------------------

1987-88 |11,617       

1988-89 |11,558       

1989-90 |11,455       

The Legal Aid Board also publishes statistics which show that, despite this, over the past three years the number of legal aid payments made to solicitors has risen.

Mr. O'Brien : To ask the Attorney-General what representations he has received concerning people wishing to obtain legal aid because they cannot afford the legal fees but who have been refused legal aid ; and if he will make a statement.

The Attorney-General : The Lord Chancellor regularly receives representations regarding all aspects of the legal aid system. However, the grant of legal aid is a matter for the Legal Aid Board or the courts. The Lord Chancellor is conducting a review into the financial conditions for legal aid which will also consider how an applicant's means relate to the cost of proceedings.

ENVIRONMENT

Litter Code

Mr. Blunkett : To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment with regard to the introduction of the litter code under the Environmental Protection Act 1990, and his Department's effort to seek the views of local authority representatives, how many local authorities submitted comments on his proposals ; what proportion of comments were in favour of his proposals ; and if he will make those comments publicly available.

Mr. Trippier : A draft of the code of practice on litter and refuse, which provides guidance on the discharge of


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the new duty to ensure that land is kept clear of litter and refuse, was issued for consultation to local authorities and others in February 1990.

Of the 160 local authorities who commented on the draft code, only a handful stated that they were opposed to it. This was, no doubt, due to the fact that the code was drafted in consultation with a code of practice advisory group which comprised representatives of the main local authority associations, statutory transport undertakers, private sector cleansing contractors and property owners. The practicalities of the proposals had therefore already been carefully considered by practitioners, but comments were taken into account in producing the final version of the code which was published on 18 January 1991.

We have no plans, at present, to make any responses to the consultation publicly available.


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Urban Development Corporations

Mr. Blunkett : To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment what plans he has for the withdrawal of urban development corporations and the transfer of powers back to local authorities ; and if he will make a statement.

Mr. Portillo : Urban development corporations were set up as temporary regeneration agencies with limited lifetimes. No UDC completes its projected lifetime before 1993. We are keeping their lifetimes under review.

Local Government Finance

Mr. Blunkett : To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment if he will publish a table showing for each financial year from 1979-80 to 1990-91 the proportion expressed as a percentage of actual local authority spending met be (a) central government grant, (b) non-domestic ratepayers and (c) domestic rate/poll tax.

Mr. Portillo : The information for the English local authorities is as follows :


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                                                                          |Domestic rates/                                                                                               

                                     |Government  grants                  |Non-domestic rates                  |community charges                                                        

                                     |<1>as  percentage of local authority|<2>as percentage  of                                                                                          

percentage of                                                                                                                                                                            

                                     |local authority                     |local authority                     |local authority                                                          

                                     |expenditure                         |expenditure                         |expenditure                                                              

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1979-80<4>                           |60                                  |22                                  |17                                                                       

1980-81<4>                           |59                                  |23                                  |17                                                                       

1981-82                              |56                                  |25                                  |20                                                                       

1982-83                              |53                                  |26                                  |21                                                                       

1983-84                              |54                                  |26                                  |19                                                                       

1984-85                              |54                                  |26                                  |20                                                                       

1985-86                              |54                                  |28                                  |21                                                                       

1986-87                              |50                                  |28                                  |22                                                                       

1987-88                              |49                                  |28                                  |23                                                                       

1988-89                              |46                                  |28                                  |24                                                                       

1989-90                              |44                                  |28                                  |25                                                                       

                                                                                                                                                                                         

1990-91                              |42                                  |29                                  |28                                                                       

<1> For the years 1979-80 to 1989-90 Government grants comprises aggregate Exchequer grant and rate rebate grants. For 1990-91 Government grants is made up of revenue support grant,    

special grants, specific grants in aggregate external finance community charge benefits, and transitional relief grant.                                                                  

<2> Net of rate rebates.                                                                                                                                                                 

<3> Net of rate rebates for the years 1979-80 to 1989-90. Net of community charge benefits and transitional relief in 1990-91.                                                           

<4> England and Wales.                                                                                                                                                                   

Cheshire Structure Plan

Sir Thomas Arnold : To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment when he expects to publish his decisions in respect of the Cheshire structure plan.

Sir George Young : My right hon. Friend intends to announce his final decision on the Cheshire structure plan in the summer. He will consult on his proposed modifications in the spring.

Local Authority Debt

Mr. Nellist : To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment if he will list the metropolitan councils, and London boroughs, in England in ranking order of their indebtedness, in the last year for which figures are available, with the figures for (a) their debt, (b) the level of that year's debt service charge, (c) their population, (d), (a) divided by (c) and (e) , (b) divided by (c) ; and if he will give corresponding figures for five, 10 and 15 years ago.


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Mr. Key : I have arranged for the available information to be laid in the Library of the House.

London Docklands Development Corporation

Mr. Spearing : To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment what recent directions he has given to the London Docklands development corporation on policy changes envisaged for that body ; and what announcement he will be making concerning the role and appointment of its chief executive,.

Mr. Key : The Secretary of State has issued no statutory directions to the London Docklands development corporation. The LDDC keeps its policies and programmes under constant review, as reflected in its corporate plan, and holds regular discussions with Ministers during that process. The Secretary of State welcomes the LDDC board's decision to appoint Mr. Eric Sorensen as their new chief executive. Mr. Sorensen's role will be determined by the board.


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County Hall, London

Mr. Dunn : To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment if he will make a further statement on the future disposal of county hall, London SE1.

Mr. Key : The public inquiry into the relevant planning applications was reopened on 15 January and remains to be concluded. It is for the London residuary body to decide on the timing of the disposal of county hall in the light of the planning position.

Waste Disposal

Mr. Hinchliffe : To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment if he will introduce legislation to require that manufacturers prove substances are not environmentally hazardous prior to production and disposal.

Mr. Baldry : There are adequate powers in existing legislation to require manufactuers to obtain information about potentially hazardous substances and to assess their effects on the environment. The Notification of New Substances Regulations 1982 require manufacturers or importers to provide information about potential hazards to the environment before they place substances on the market for the first time. Section 142 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 gives the Secretary of State powers to require manufacturers to obtain information about the properties of hazardous substances in order to assess their potential for causing pollution of the environment or harm to human health. In addition there are general duties under the relevant legislation not to discharge polluting substances to air or water or to dispose of them to land without the appropriate authorisation.

Mr. Hinchliffe : To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment if he will take steps to enforce the disposal and control of waste substances, created locally, within that locality.

Mr. Baldry : It is not practicable to enforce local disposal. All wastes must be disposed of at suitably licensed facilities and particularly difficult wastes sometimes have to travel some distance to the nearest specialist facility equipped to dispose of them safely.

The Department is, however, currently encouraging authorities to aim for regional self sufficiency in waste disposal. To this end we have asked authorities to form voluntary regional groupings to provide better strategic planning for disposal, a uniform approach to licensing and enforcement and more effective deployment of specialist resources across authorities.

We expect these arrangments to be in place by 1 April. The Secretary of State has reserve powers in section 31 of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 to set up statutory regional waste regulation authorities where suitable voluntary arrangements have not been made.

Mr. Hinchliffe : To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment (1) how many licensed waste disposal facilities are situated (a) within the United Kingdom, (b) in Yorkshire and Humberside and (c) within West Yorkshire ;

(2) how many waste disposal inspections were carried out in 1989 and 1990 ; and how frequently, on average, individual waste disposal premises are inspected ;


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(3) how many inspectors are employed to monitor the activities of licensed waste disposal installations within the United Kingdom ; and if he will quantify these in terms of numbers of inspectors per installation licensed ;

(4) if he will increase the number of pollution inspectors to reflect the increased power of inspectors to monitor the activities of licensed waste disposal facilities ;

(5) if he will introduce legislation to replace Her Majesty's inspectorate of pollution guidelines, as conditions for the licensing of waste disposal facilities within the United Kingdom, with statutory regulations ; and if he will make a statement.

Mr. Baldry : It is the responsibility of waste disposal authorities to issue waste disposal licences and to ensure that any conditions of the licences are met. The information on numbers of sites, inspectors, and frequency of visits is not, therefore, available. However, as part of the implementation of part II of the Environmental Protection Act, the Secretary of State will be issuing statutory guidance to waste regulation authorities over the discharge of their functions in relation to licences. This guidance will largely be a revision of the existing waste management paper No. 4 "The Licensing of Waste Facilities".

Dumplington Shopping Centre

Mr. Churchill : To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment when his Department first received an application to build a regional shopping centre at Dumplington, Trafford park, Manchester ; and when he anticipates being in a position to announce his decision.

Mr. Yeo : A planning appeal for this scheme was made in November 1986. Two subsequent applications were called-in during 1987. I cannot yet forecast when it will be possible to decide them. I will write to interested parties as soon as I can.

Private Water Supply

Mr. O'Brien : To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment what additional resources and help he is offering to local authorities to help them fulfil the duties and responsibilities in the proposed regulations on the monitoring of private water supplies ; and if he will make a statement.

Mr. Baldry : Most of the expenditure incurred by local authorities as a consequence of the proposed regulations on private water supplies will relate to the sampling and analysis of the supplies. The proposals provide for local authorities to recover through charges the costs they will incur for sampling and analysis at the prescribed frequencies. The additional costs to local authorities of carrying out their enforcement activities under section 57 of the Water Act 1989 were taken into account in the increase in total standard spending which we have allowed for in next year's revenue support grant settlement.

Once the Private Water Supplies Regulations have been made, a departmental circular will be issued to provide advice and assistance to local authorities in carrying out their functions in relation to private water supplies. A draft of this circular forms part of the consultation paper recently published. Guidance to local authorities will also be available from the drinking water inspectorate in the form of a technical booklet.


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Homelessness

Mr. McAllion : To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment (1) how many families with dependent children were accepted as homeless in 1990, or at the nearest available date ;

(2) how many families with dependent children, accepted as homeless by their local authority, were placed in bed-and-breakfast accommodation in 1990 or at the nearest available date ; and if he will express the answer in terms of the total number for England and the number for each local authority ;

(3) what was the average length of stay for families with dependent children, who were accepted as homeless by the local authority, and placed in bed-and-breakfast accommodation, in 1990 or at the nearest available date ; and if he will express the answer in terms of the average length of stay for England and for each local authority.

Sir George Young : Local authorities have a statutory duty to secure accommodation for households who have been found homeless, or threatened with homelessness, and in priority need, under part III of the Housing Act 1985. Information is reported quarterly to the Department.

In 1989-90 local authorities accepted and found accommodation for some 80,000 households with dependent children. The information provided does not indentify families with dependent children placed in bed and breakfast accommodation nor the average length of stay and my Department has no estimates. The latest estimates for England for the total number of homeless households in bed and breakfast accommodation, for the end of September 1990, appear in table 4(a) of "Households found accommodation under the homelessness provisions of the 1985 Housing Act : England. Results for the third quarter 1990. Supplementary Tables", a copy of which is in the Library. Available information for individual local authorities appears in table 7 of the same document.

Water Meters

Mr. O'Brien : To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment when he expects the next report of the compulsory water meter trials to be published ; and if he will make a statement.

Mr. Baldry : The second interim report on the national water metering trials was published by the water industry last July and covered the installation phase of the trials. A final report covering other aspects of the trials will be published after they have been completed. This will not be until 1993.

Community Charge

Mr. Gould : To ask the Secretary of State for the Environment if he will give his estimate of the numbers of extra staff employed by local councils due to the introduction of the community charge.

Mr. Heseltine [holding answer 8 February 1991] : I refer the hon. Member to the answer given by the Under-Secretary of State, my hon. Friend the Member for Salisbury (Mr. Key) to a question by the hon. Member for Banff and Buchan (Mr. Salmond) on 16 January 1991, at columns 498-99.


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HOME DEPARTMENT

Community Charge

Mr. Redmond : To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will make a statement as to the result of the discussions between his noble Friend Lord Ferrers and the chief constable of the West Midlands, other members of a police delegation and the Association of Metropolitan authorities, held on 18 December, to discuss their financial concerns about the effects of plans to cap the community charge in their areas.

Mr. Peter Lloyd : I refer the hon. Member to the reply given to a question from the hon. Member for Torfaen (Mr. Murphy) on 7 February at column 236.

Stolen Equipment

Mr. Menzies Campbell : To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will publish a list of the equipment stolen from his Department in the last three years for which information is available ; and what was the approximate value of each item.

Mr. Kenneth Baker : The following equipment has been reported as stolen and written off as such in the appropriation account :


1988-89             |£            

------------------------------------

Gardening equipment |890            

Farm equipment      |8,380          

Video recorder      |193            

Radio               |257            

Projection screen   |100            

Video recorder and                  

   Microwave oven   |470            


1989-90             |£            

------------------------------------

Gardening equipment |1,780          

Farm equipment      |10,996         

Bicycles            |353            


1990-91             |£            

------------------------------------

Gardening equipment |1,006          

The following equipment is thought to have been but has not yet been formally entered on the losses register for the purposes of the appropriation account :


1989-90          |£            

---------------------------------

Desktop computer |1,450          

Video recorder   |290            

Parliamentary Constituencies

Mr. John D. Taylor : To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many parliamentary constituencies there are in (a) England, (b) Wales, (c) Northern Ireland and (d) Scotland.

Mrs. Rumbold : The number of parliamentary constituencies is currently as follows :

England 523 ; Wales 38 ; Scotland 72 and Northern Ireland 17. The number of constituencies in England will be increased to 524 at the next general election.


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NATIONAL FINANCE

National Expenditure

Mr. Allen : To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what was the total expenditure by central and local government in the last financial year ; what is the estimated figure for the current year ; and by how much income tax requires to be raised to yield the equivalent sums.

Mr. Mellor : The latest information on expenditure by central and local government was published in the "Statistical Supplement to the 1990 Autumn Statement"--Cm 1520. The figures requested, consistent with the supplement, are as follows :--


                               £ million                     

                              |1989-90   |1990-91              

---------------------------------------------------------------

Central government<1>                                          

  Expenditure other than debt                                  

   interest                   |127,521   |141,214              

  Debt interest               |17,823    |<2>17,800            

                              |----      |----                 

Total                         |145,344   |<2>159,000           

                                                               

Local authorities<3>                                           

  Expenditure other than debt                                  

   interest                   |47,970    |52,086               

  Debt interest               |4,919     |<2>5,200             

                              |----      |----                 

Total                         |52,889    |<2>57,300            

<1>Including the financing requirements of public corporations 

(other than nationalised industries).                          

<2>Rounded to the nearest 100 million.                         

<3>Includes expenditure financed by support provided by        

central government (eg revenue support grant) and expenditure  

which local authorities finance for themselves (eg from        

community charge, capital receipts).                           

A ready reckoner for the revenue effects of tax changes was published table 4.5 of the autumn statement.

Departmental Purchasing

Mr. Campbell-Savours : To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) how many Departments to date have established or expanded purchasing units purchasing goods formerly bought on their behalf by the Crown Suppliers ; and what are the total annual running costs of those units ;

(2) how many Departments to date have established units purchasing services formerly provided to them by the Property Services Agency ; and what are the total annual running costs of those units.

Mrs. Gillian Shephard : The information is not held centrally and could be obtained only at disproportionate cost.

Stolen Equipment

Mr. Menzies Campbell : To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will publish a list of the equipment stolen from his Department in the last three years for which information is available ; and what was the approximate value of each item.

Mrs. Gillian Shephard : The following items of equipment are noted as having been stolen from Her Majesty's Treasury in the last three years :

seven transponders, 1987--value £1,400.

computer accessories and document box, 1987--value


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£2,126.91.

Video recorder, 1988--value £285.89.

electroholm screen, 1988--value £292.35.

ICL keyboard, 1990--value £126.


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