Class Ix

Orders of the Day — Civil Estimates and Supplementary Estimate, 1952–53 – in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 24th July 1952.

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That a sum, not exceeding £291,313,329, be granted to Her Majesty, to complete the sum necessary to defray the charge which will come in course of payment during the year ending on the 31st day of March, 1953, for Expenditure in respect of the Services included in Class IX of the Civil Estimates, namely:

£
1.Ministry of Supply142,500,000
2.Ministry of Supply (Assistance to Industry, Scrap Recovery, &c.)3,499,000
3.Ministry of Supply (Purchasing (Repayment) Services)90
4.Royal Ordnance Factories9,000,000
5.Ministry of Materials812,750
6.Ministry of Materials (Trading Services and Assistance to Industry) (including a Supplementary sum of £497,000)3,634,010
7.Ministry of Food (Revised sum)104,157,069
8.Ministry of Transport (Shipping and Special Services)1,838,000
9.Ministry of Fuel and Power (Special Services)5,152,000
10.Foreign Office (German Section)1,892,720
11.Administration of certain African Territories388,100
12.Advances to Allies, &c.200,000
13.War Damage Commission928,500
14.Burma War Damage Payments113,000
15.Board of Trade (Strategic Reserves)14,000
16.Ministry of Supply (Strategic Reserves)40,000
17.Ministry of Materials (Strategic Reserves)13,383,000
18.Ministry of Food (Strategic Reserves)3,761,000
19.Tin90
£291,313,329

Question put, and agreed to.