Mr. Gresham Cooke
asked the Minister of Transport if he will give Exchequer expenditure for the financial year 1959–60 in respect of new construc-172W
up-to-date version of Table V of the White Paper on Technical Education, Command Paper No. 9703, giving full details of part-time day release, industry by industry, for the years 1958 and 1959, showing boys and girls, respectively.
§ Mr. Maclay
A table of total figures for the educational year 1957–58 was given in my Answer to the hon. Member on 23rd February, 1960. The corresponding table for the educational year 1958–59 is given below. I regret that separate statistics for boys and girls are not available.
tion and major improvement on trunk roads, classified roads and loan expenditure on classified roads, respectively.
§ Mr. Marples
While the accounts are not yet finally closed, the present figures, on which there is unlikely to be much 173W adjustment, are trunk roads £38,721,725; grants for classified roads £15,581,904; loans on classified roads £1,550,750. In total these amount to £55,854,379.