HC Deb 30 April 1975 vol 891 cc163-4W
Mr. Nicholas Edwards

asked the Secretary of State for Industry what is central and local government sources, respectively.

The Attorney-General

There is no universally recognised definition of a "neighbour hood law centre". There are now 15 centres in England and Wales which consist of or include neighbour hood law centres generally recognised as such. The table below lists the existing centres, giving (i) name of centre, (ii) location, (iii) amount of central Government support in 1974–75, (iv) amount of local authority support in 1974–75. Five new centres are to open shortly in the London boroughs of Camden—second center; Hackney; Haringey; and Hillingdon; and in Manchester.

his present estimate, after Budget changes, for 1975–76 of expenditure in Wales on investment grants, assistance to the coal industry, the Local Employment Act, regional development grants, REP, industrial training and other expenditure on trade, industry and employment.

Mr. Gregor Mackenzie

I regret that this information is not available as estimates of expenditure are not separately prepared for Wales, Scotland and the regions of England.

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