§ Mrs. Anne Campbell
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will list(a) the Cambridgeshire Police Authority spend on the police and (b) the Government grant to the Cambridgeshire Police Authority in the years 1990–91 to 2001–02 and projected for the financial year 2002–03, adjusted for inflation at current values. 
§ Mr. John Denham
The information is set out in the table.
Net Expenditure in real terms (£000's) Government grant in real terms1 (£000's) 1990–91 59,070 N/A 1991–92 61,900 N/A 1992–93 63,864 N/A 1993–94 69,452 N/A 1994–95 70,559 N/A 1995–96 71,356 61,749
Net Expenditure in real terms (£000's) Government grant in real terms1 (£000's) 1996–97 73,723 63,698 1997–98 75,538 62,942 1998–99 78,603 64,923 1999–2000 78,439 65,711 2000–01 81,027 67,209 2001–022 84,131 70,396 2002–032 N/A 69,022 1Government grant includes Home Office Police grant, Department for Transport, London and the Regions (DTLR) national non domestic rates, revenue support grant, Crime Fighting Fund and rural policing grant. Before 1995–96 when most Police Authorities became independent local authorities, revenue support grant and national non domestic rates were paid as part of respective county council grant funding. 1The grant figures for 2001–02 and 2002–03 are not directly comparable, owing to changes from 2002–03 in the method of funding the National Crime Squad/National Criminal Intelligence Service. Based on the new arrangements, comparable expenditure and grant figures for 2001–02, in real terms, would have been £82,374,000 and £68,619,000.
Source for net expenditure: Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy Police Statistics (Estimates only for 2000–01 and 2001–02).
Real terms are at 2001–02 prices using GDP deflator at 28.6.02