§ Mr. George Robertson
asked the Secretary of State for the Environment what expenditure has been incurred by his Department in the last 12 months on the anti-litter campaign in (a) the national press, (b) the provincial press, (c) television, (d) radio and (e) elsewhere.
§ Mr. Giles Shaw
The Department made a grant of £275,000 during 1981–82 to the Keep Britain Tidy group to support the national litter abatement campaign. It is largely up to the group to decide how much to spend on publicity and promotion. In fact, national promotions are normally arranged jointly by the group in association with major companies and voluntary organisations which share the costs involved.472W
place on the first leaflet in the series and I understand that when this has been issued the Inspectorate will be carrying out similar consultations on the remaining leaflets.