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|£ --------------------------------- 1991-92 Alyn and Deeside |153,000 Rhuddlan |182,000 1992-93 Alyn and Deeside |30,000 Delyn |155,000 Rhuddlan |30,000 1993-94 Wrexham Maelor |300,000
This does not include spending on homelessness from within the general provisions for these councils.
Sir John Hannam : To ask the Attorney-General if he will make a statement about possible executive agency status for the Crown Prosecution Service, the Serious Fraud Office and the Treasury Solicitor's Department.
The Attorney-General : I announced on 6 December 1993 that consideration will be given to whether the Crown Prosecution Service, the Serious Fraud Office and the Treasury Solicitor's Department should become executive agencies under the "next steps" initiative. Prior options studies are being undertaken to establish whether agency status or other options would be appropriate. I would welcome comments from interested parties. Comments should be sent by 1 July 1994 to :
Mr. S. Guy
Crown Prosecution Service
50, Ludgate Hill
Mr. A. Hollis
Treasury Solicitor's Department
Queen Anne's Chambers
Ms J. Rowe
Serious Fraud Office
10-16, Elm Street