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Mr. Mike O'Brien: There is no national health service daily allocation as such so this information is not collected in the precise format requested. However, information provided to the Department shows that in 2007-08 the average cost of feeding one patient per day was £6.97.
This cost relates to the average daily cost for the provision of all meals and beverages fed to one patient per day, across all NHS trusts in England. The cost should include all pay and non-pay costs, including provisions, ward issues, disposables, equipment and its maintenance.
The Eileen Trust, which was set up in 1993 as a charitable trust to assist people other than those with bleeding disorders, who had contracted HIV through NHS treatment with contaminated blood products.
The Skipton Fund Ltd., which was set up in 2004 as an ex-gratia payment scheme for patients infected with hepatitis C through NHS contaminated blood and blood products, provided the patient was alive on 29 August 2003.
Jenny Willott: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many and what proportion of adults receiving secondary mental health services were living in settled accommodation in each of the smallest geographical areas for which figures are available in each year since 2000; and if he will make a statement. 
Mr. Bone: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what the cost to the Exchequer of the NHS has been in (a) cash and (b) real terms in each year since 1990; and what proportion of (i) gross domestic product and (ii) public expenditure such expenditure represented in each such year. 
|Table 1: NHS Total Expenditure: England-1990-91 to 2010-11|
|Net NHS expenditure nominal( 4)||Net NHS expenditure real (2008-09 prices)( 4)|
(1) Expenditure pre 1999-2000 is on a cash basis.
(2) Expenditure figures from 1999-2000 to 2002-03 are on a stage 1 resource budgeting basis.
(3) Expenditure figures from 2003-04 to 2010-11 are on a stage 2 resource budgeting basis.
(4) Figures are not consistent over the period (1990-91 to 2010-11), therefore it is difficult to make comparisons across different periods.
(5) Figures from 2003-04 include a technical adjustment for trust depreciation.
(6) Expenditure excludes NHS (AME).
(7) GDP deflator 30 June 2009.
(8) Total Expenditure is calculated as the sum of revenue and capital expenditure net of non-trust depreciation and impairments. This is in line with HMT guidance.
|Table 2: UK health expenditure as a proportion of (i) gross domestic product, and (ii) total managed expenditure|
|UK public spending on health as a percentage of GDP||UK public spending on health as a percentage of total managed expenditure|
Calculated percentages use information on:
- Health Public Spending-Table 4.2/Table 4.4 HM Treasury PESA 2009
- ONS data for money GDP (not seasonally adjusted, BKTL)
- Total Managed Expenditure: Budget 2009 Table C17
GDP and public expenditure are reported on a UK basis by HM Treasury. In order to avoid a misleading calculation, UK based figures for health expenditure have been used in the calculation. The same method is applied in response to similar questions posed as part of the Health Select Committee's Public Expenditure Inquiry. Please note easily accessible health figures available on this basis only back to 1993-94.
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