§ Mr. Heathcoat-Amory
To ask the Secretary of State for Social Services whether there has been any change in the cash limits or running costs to his Department for 1987–88.
§ Mr. Scott
The cash limit for class XV, vote 5 (Administration and Miscellaneous Services) has been reduced by £3.049 million (from £1,342.968 million to £1,339.919 million).
The revision takes account of a number of changes, namely reductions of £2.6 million, arising from revised assumptions for unemployment, and £1,132 million in respect of the Department of Employment's 1986–87 cash limit overspend, (both reflected on this vote in reduced agency payments to the Department of Employment); an increase of £0.818 million following a reassessment in the
Table 1 Number of deaths registered as (a) accidental and (b) suicide occurring in NHS and non-NHS psychiatric hospitals, persons all ages. England and Wales 1981–1984. Usual residents of England 1985 ICD1 code Cause of Death 1981 1982 1983 1984 1985 E800–E949 All accidental and violent deaths E960 E999 (excluding suicide) 205 201 172 185 180 E950 E959 Suicide and self-inflicted injury 37 32 44 38 43 E800—E999 All accidental and violent deaths 242 233 216 223 223 1 International Classification of Diseases 9th revision.
Table 2 Number of deaths registered as (a) accidental and (b) suicide occurring in NHS and non-NHS psychiatric hospitals, persons all ages. Usual residents of England and Regional Health Authorities (RHA), person all ages 1985 Area of usual residence Cause of death (a) (b) All accidental and violent deaths (excluding suicide) Suicide E800–E949 E950–E959 E960–E999 England 180 43 Northern RHA 23 5 Yorkshire RHA 10 1 Trent RHA 9 3 East Anglian RHA 7 1 North West Thames RHA 11 2 North East Thames RHA 8 3 South East Thames RHA 9 3 South West Thames RHA 14 4 Wessex RHA 15 3 Oxford RHA 9 4 South Western RHA 15 6 West Midlands RHA 25 3 Mersey RHA 14 4 North Western RHA 11 1
announced abatement in respect of the DHSS 1986–87 cash limit overspend (from £4.284 million to £3.466 million), and transfers to the Department of Trade and Industry and the Welsh Office of £0.050 million and £0.085 million respectively.
As a result of the above-mentioned transfers to the Department of Trade and Industry and the Welsh Office, the gross running costs limit of the Department of Health and Social Security is reduced by £0.135 million from £1,700.813 million to £1,700.678 million.