HC Deb 01 March 1976 vol 906 cc458-9W
84. Mr. Bidwell

asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department what has been the amount spent to date on publicising the Equal Opportunities Commission; which national newspapers were used in the campaign; and what is the planned further expenditure.

Dr. Summerskill

The cost of publicity by the Equal Opportunities Commission in the current financial year is expected to be £205,900. Advertisements have been placed with the following national newspapers:Daily Express, Financial Times, The Guardian, Daily Mail, Daily Mirror, Sun, The Daily Telegraph, The Times, Sunday Express, Sunday Mirror, Observer, Sunday People, Sunday Telegraph, Sunday Times, News of the World.

The Commission expects to spend £200,000 on publicity in 1976–77.