§ 10. Mr. Greenway
To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland what representations he has received on the future of the formula used to calculate the Scottish block grant. 
§ Mr. Greenway
From what the right hon. Gentleman has told the House this afternoon, can we take it that he intends to build a new Parliament building for Scotland? If so, can we have a categorical assurance now—there is no need to wait for a White Paper—that it will be paid for out of the Scottish block grant, not by taxpayers in England?
§ Mr. Dewar
The hon. Gentleman wants details but, yes, there will be expenditure on a new Parliament building, whether on the refurbishment of the Royal high school or on a new site. Obviously that is an integral part of our proposals, and I hope that the hon. Gentleman will welcome the new Parliament when it comes.