HC Deb 27 January 2003 vol 398 cc613-4W
Mr. Frank Field

To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what the expenditure on(a) New Deal for 18 to 24-year-olds, (b) New Deal for over-25s, (c) New Deal for over-50s, (d) New Deal for lone parents, (e) New Deal for disabled people, (f) New Deal for partners of unemployed people, (g) New Deal for schools, childcare and University for Industry was in each year from 1997–98 to 2001–02. [93385]

Ruth Kelly

Information on the allocation of the windfall tax can be found in the pre-Budget report published in November 2002, which is available in the Library.

Expenditure within Departmental Expenditure Limit can be found in the departmental annual reports.

Date Event
4 April 2000 Public sector EXPO 2000
20 February 2001 Gateway Process Launch Transcript
¾April 2001 Public sector EXPO 2001
22 May 2001 Greening Government Procurement Conference
12 June 2001 PFI Conference
7 September 2001 Global Revolution II Conference
20 November 2001 GSSA Procurement event II—"Are we getting IT right now?"
17/18 April 2002 Public Sector EXPO 2002
13 May 2002 OGC/NAO Joint Seminar on Contract Management—"Managing long term contractual relationships"
28 May 2002 Public Private Finance Congress—"The procurement policy—A government update"
12 June 2002 Government Computing Conference— "Commercial reform in public services"
28 June 2002 Worldwide Workplace Web (W4) Conference—"OGC: Catalysing value for money in public procurement"
23 September 2002 Successful Delivery Skills Launch
16 October 2002 OGC/HMT/PUK Conference on PPP/PFI—"Improving client capability"
16 October 2002 Defence Estates Conference for Industry

Information on the expenditure of (a) through (f) can be found in Appendix 3 of the Department for Work and Pensions departmental report published in May 2002, which is available in the Library.

Information on the expenditure for New Deal for schools, childcare and University for Industry can be found in Table 4.2 of the Department for Education and Skills 2002 departmental report, which is available in the Library.

Other sources of child care expenditure include local authorities and devolved Governments.