Expenditure.

Oral Answers to Questions — Education. – in the House of Commons on 17th May 1922.

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Sir J. D. REES:

79.

asked the President of the Board of Education whether he will give the total estimated expenditure from rates and taxes upon education in England, Scotland, and Wales for the current financial year, and explain the difference, if any, between such estimate and the estimate of £103,000,000 arrived at by the Geddes Committee; and, if the latter estimate is found to be erroneous, whether he will explain in respect of what items and in what behalf such errors are found or upon what erroneous premisses or principles such estimate is based?

Board of Education Vote.Other Grants to L.E.A.s.Total Expenditure from Taxes.Total Expenditure falling on Rates.Total Net Expenditure from Taxes and Rates.
£££££
50,600,000950,00051,550,00038,300,00089,850,000

The corresponding figures which form the basis of the Board's Estimates now before Parliament, and which are based

Board of Education Vote.Other Grants to L.E.A.S.Total Expenditure from Taxes.Total Expenditure falling on Bates.Total Net Expenditure from Taxes and Rates.
£££££
44,900,000951,45945,851,45933,821,84879,673,301

As regards Scotland, the hon. Baronet should address his question to my right hon. Friend the Secretary for Scotland.