Mr. John D. Taylor
To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what was the total financial allocation to each of the education boards in 1985 and 1990.
Financial allocations to Education and Library Boards 1985–86 (Financial Year) Belfast £000s North-Eastern £000s South-Eastern £000s Southern £000s Western £000s Total £000s Recurrent 42,647 44,886 37,805 42,193 38,955 206,486 Capital 2,824 4,476 2,834 3,841 4,020 17,995 1990–91 (Financial Year) Recurrent 61,424 72,276 61,644 70,033 62,870 328,247 Capital 7,944 9,847 10,097 13,269 9,064 50,221
§ Mr. Mallon
To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many students transferring from primary school to second level education in 1990 were not placed in a school by(a) August, (b) September, (c) October and (d) later than October.
§ Dr. Mawhinney
Information supplied by the education and library boards indicates that the number of pupils transferring from primary school to secondary level84W such interests are made public; and what criteria or code he has published as a guide to the compilation of any such registers.
§ Mrs. Virginia Bottomley
Provisions relating to declaration of interests are set out in the Regional and District Health Authorities (Membership and Procedure) Regulations 1990–11 (6), 13 and 20—and are covered in guidance issued on 12 July 1990. No specific guidance has been issued on the compilation of registers of interest.