HC Deb 07 July 1983 vol 45 c139W
Mr. Baldry

asked the Attorney-General if he has any change to make in the cash limit for the administration of justice, England and Wales (Lord Chancellor's Department) Class IX, Vote 1.

The Solicitor-General

Further to the annoucement made by the then Chief Secretary to the Treasury on 12 May 1983 — [Vol 42, c.416] — and subject to parliamentary approval of the necessary Supplementary Estimate, the cash limit for Class IX, Vote 1, will be increased by £700,000, from £85,455,000 to £86,155,000, to allow for the cost of furnishings of the new court complex in Liverpool. The increase will be entirely offset by a corresponding reduction in the cash limit for Class XIV, Vote 3, (Other Civil Accommodation Services) from £165,907,000 to £165,207,000.