§ Mr. Matthew Banks
To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will list the entitlements for 1995–96 resulting from the carry forward of underspends allowed under the end-year flexibility schemes for capital, running costs, health, Ministry of Defence operating costs and Jubilee line extension expenditure. 
§ Mr. Waldegrave
A list of entitlements, totalling £331 million for capital expenditure, £500 million for running costs; £371 million for health expenditure, £83 million for Ministry of Defence operating costs expenditure and £49 million for expenditure on the Jubilee line extension is shown in the table.777W
Subject to parliamentary approval of the necessary supplementary estimates, individual cash limits and running costs limits will be increased when entitlement is taken up.
Entitlement for 1995–96 cash limits resulting from the carryover of capital underspends Cash limits on votes Class Vote Accounting department Description of expenditure £ thousand I 3 Ministry of Defence Systems procurement and research 99,931 II 1 Foreign and Commonwealth Office Overseas representation 2,114 II 3 Foreign and Commonwealth Office BBC World Service 3,015 II 4 Foreign and Commonwealth Office The British Council 2,000 III 3 Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Operational expenditure 2,000 III 4 Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Departmental administration and agencies 60 IV 1 Department of Trade and Industry Programmes and administration 3,313 IV 11 Office of Electricity Regulation Office of Electricity Regulation 229 V 1 Department of Employment Programmes and central services 2,000 V 3 Department of Employment Health and Safety Commission and Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service 305 VI 1 Department of Transport Highways Agency 11,831 VI 4 Department of Transport Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency 2,000 VI 5 Department of Transport Roads and local transport 1,787 VI 8 Office of the Rail Regulator Office of the Rail Regulator 162 VII 3 Department of the Environment Environmental protection and water 1,547 VII 5 Department of the Environment Administration 2,000 VII 6 Office of Water Services Office of Water Services 265 VII 7 Ordnance Survey Ordnance Survey 1,942 IX 2 Northern Ireland Court Service Northern Ireland Court Service 1,727 IX 3 Public Record Office Public Record Office 2,000 IX 7 The Crown Office, Scotland The Crown Office, Scotland and Lord Advocate's Department 2,000 X 1 Department for Education Schools, research and miscellaneous services 1,796 X 3 Department for Education Administration 1,175 XI 1 Department of National Heritage Programme expenditure and administration 2,320 XII 4 Office of Population Censuses and Surveys Office of Population Censuses and Surveys 635 XIII 4 Department of Social Security Administration and miscellaneous services 13,605 XIV 1 Scottish Office of Agriculture and Fisheries Department Agriculture and fisheries, Scotland 2,000 XIV 2 Scottish Office Industry Department Training programmes, roads and transport services, industrial and regional support, Scotland 16,961 XIV 5 Scottish Office Environment Department Housing and environmental services, Scotland 151 XIV 10 Scottish Office Home and Health Department Law, order, miscellaneous health and social work services, Scotland 772 XIV 15 Scottish Office Education Department Education, arts and libraries, Scotland 2,000 XIV 17 Scottish Courts Administration Administration of Justice, Scotland 2,000 XIV 18 Scottish Office Scottish Office administration 720 XIV 19 Scottish Record Office Scottish Record Office 214 XIV 20 General Register Office for Scotland General Register Office for Scotland 553 XV 2 Welsh Office (1) Industrial support, Development Board for Rural Wales, housing subsidy, training and education, Wales 7,527 XV 3 Welsh Office Roads and transport, housing, other environmental services, arts and libraries, health and personal social services and Welsh Office administration, Wales 5,979 XVI 1 Northern Ireland Office Administration, law, order, protective and miscellaneous services 2,949 XVII 1 HM Treasury HM Treasury 2,000 XVII 5 Inland Revenue Valuation Office (Executive Agency): administration 514 XVII 8 Department for National Savings Department for National Savings 1,136 XVII 11 The Office of HM Paymaster General The Office of HM Paymaster General 1,423 XVII 12 Central Statistical Office Central Statistical Office 854 XVIII 1 Cabinet Office Office of Public Service and Science 645 XVIII 2 Cabinet Office Office of Public Service and Science: science 5,606 XIX 1 Cabinet Office Cabinet Office: other services 1,227 XIX 2 Cabinet Office Security and intelligence services 3,242 Total voted 220,233
The total increase in cash limits resulting from the take-up of end-year flexibility will be charged to the reserve and will not therefore add to the planned total of public expenditure.779W
Cash limits on non-voted expenditure Cash Block Accounting department Description of expenditure £ thousands 1995–96 Department of the Environment Grants and capital expenditure financed by the Housing Corporation in England. 51 DOE/HC Department of the Environment Net capital expenditure by the Commission for the New Towns and Letchworth Garden City Development Corporation for housing, roads, commercial and industrial investment and certain water services. 683 DOE/NT Department of the Environment Grants under the Single Regeneration Budget to local authorities and other bodies (including local authority credit approvals), external financing requirements under the Single Regeneration Budget of Urban Development Corporations in England, Housing Action Trusts and the Urban Regeneration Agency (also known as English Partnerships), and other grants promoting urban regeneration (including local authority credit approvals). 22,313 DOE/RCW Department of the Environment Basic credit approvals to local authorities in England for housing, transport (except passenger transport authorities), education, health, 'other services' and Home Office (fire services in shires only). Supplementary credit approvals, specified capital grants and certain other grants to local authorities in England for housing. 993 DOE/LACAP Department of Environment Supplementary credit approvals for other environmental services in England, Lee Valley Regional Park Authority and the Isles of Scilly (water and sewerage). 2,310 DOE/OES Home Office Supplementary credit approvals for probation, fire and police in England and Wales. Basic credit approvals for fire (Joint FCDAs only) in England. 92 HO/LACAP Department of Transport Supplementary credit approvals for transport in' England. Basic credit approvals for passenger transport authorities. Supplementary credit approvals to cover local authority expenditure which will be reimbursed by ERDF grant. 10,149 DOT/LACAP DOH/LACAP Department of Health Supplementary credit approvals for health in England. 1,305 Lord Chancellor's Department Supplementary credit approvals for magistrates' courts (England and Wales). 724 LCD/LACAP MAFF/LACAP Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food Supplementary credit approvals for flood defence, coast protection and harbour improvements in England. 721 Northern Ireland Departments Services in Northern Ireland broadly analogous to services in Great Britain covered by cash limits but including family practitioner services. 10,581 NIDI Northern Ireland Departments Expenditure in Northern Ireland on national agriculture capital grant schemes, certain assistance for production, marketing and processing and the fishing industry. 670 NID4 Scottish Office Net capital allocations and grants to local authorities in Scotland for roads and transport, water and sewerage, police, education, social work services, general services, urban programme and river purification. 31,111 SO/LA1 Scottish Office Net capital allocations and grants to local authorities in Scotland for housing. Capital expenditure by New Towns in Scotland for housing and other environmental services. 13,810 SO/LA2 Welsh Office Basic credit approvals for local authorities in Wales. Supplementary credit approvals for all services (except ERDF projects). Strategic Development Scheme grants (both capital and current) and some housing grants. 13,269 WO/LACAP Welsh Office Capital grants and net lending both to Housing for Wales and by housing for Wales to housing associations. Special Needs Management Allowance. 2,300 WO/HFW Total non voted cash limits 111,082 Total capital end year flexibility 331,315
Entitlement for 1995–96 cash limits and external finance limits resulting from the carryover of underspends on health expenditure Class Vote Accounting department Description of expenditure £ thousands XII 1 Department of Health Hospital, community health, family health services (part), related services, England 232,136 XII 2 Department of Health Administration, miscellaneous health services and personal social services, England 26,296
Entitlement for 1995–96 cash limits and external finance limits resulting from the carryover of underspends on health expenditure Class Vote Accounting department Description of expenditure £ thousands XIV 10 The Scottish Home and Health Department Law, order and miscellaneous health and social work services, Scotland 1,609 XIV 12 The Scottish Home and Health Department Hospital, community health, family health (part), and other health services and NHS 35,819 XV 3 Welsh Office Roads and transport, housing, other environmental services, arts and libraries, health and personal social services and Welsh Office administration, Wales 1,259 XV 5 Welsh Office Hospital, community health, family health services (part) and related services, Wales 24,438 NHS Trusts (Scotland) Scottish Office 22,921 NHS Trusts (Wales) Welsh Office 4,224 NID 1 Northern Ireland Office Services in Northern Ireland broadly analogous to services in Great Britain covered by cash limits but including family practitioner services 10,719 Medicines Control Agency 12,000 Total health end year flexibility 371,331
Entitlements for 1995–96 running costs limits resulting from the carryforward of running costs underspends Department £ thousand Overseas Development Administration 3,598 Intervention Board—Executive Agency 2,791 Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food 6,778 Trade and Industry 12,700 Office of Fair Trading 745 Office of Telecommunications 303 Office of Electricity Regulation 1,738 Department of Employment 41.003 Department of Transport 20,256 Department of the Environment 24,854 Property Holdings 4,838 Office of Water Services 819 Home Office 26,315 Charity Commission 732 Lord Chancellor's Department 549 Northern Ireland Court Service 327 Crown Prosecution Service 6,026 Public Record Office 160 Serious Fraud Office 878 Treasury Solicitor's Department 2,105 Crown Office 2,076 Department for Education 7,774 Department of National Heritage 3,206 Department of Health 20,550 Office of Population Censuses and Surveys 1,281 Department of Social Security 102,349 Scottish Office 8,940 Scottish Courts Administration 2,584 Scottish Record Office 782 General Register Office 439 Welsh Office 491 Office of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Schools in Wales 250 Northern Ireland Office and Departments 29,877 Her Majesty's Treasury 11,405 Customs and Excise 40,434 Inland Revenue 89,433 Registry of Friendly Societies 459 Department for National Savings 2,607 Central Statistical Office 76 Office of Public Service and Science 13,590 Cabinet Office 3,147 Privy Council Office 428 Total running costs 499,693
Entitlements for 1995–96 running costs limits resulting from the carryforward of running costs underspends Department £ thousand Entitlement for the Ministry of Defence resulting from the carryover of underspends on operating costs 82,887 Entitlement for the Jubilee Line extension 49,300
Following the machinery of Government changes announced by the Prime Minister on 5 July 1995, there will be some reallocation of EYF entitlements between departments. Details will be announced at the appropriate times.
1. Part of this entitlement may be taken up on Class XV, Vote 1 Agriculture and fisheries, Wales.