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Appropriation Act 1999

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This is the original version (as it was originally enacted).

ABSTRACT OF SCHEDULES (A) and (B) to which this Act refers

Section 2.

SCHEDULE (A)

Grants out of the Consolidated Fund230,749,394,000

Section 2.

SCHEDULE (B)—Appropriation of Grants

Supply GrantsAppropriations in Aid
££
1997–98 and 1998–99
Part 1. Defence and Civil (Excesses), 1997–98 ... ... ... ...2,0005,086,335·99
Part 2. Supplementary, 1998–99 ... ... ... ...3,870,322,0001,692,097,000
1999–2000
Part 3. Class I ... ... ... ...16,768,080,0003,969,381,000
Part 4. Class II ... ... ... ...35,686,698,00010,783,427,000
Part 5. Class III ... ... ... ...45,976,194,000579,148,000
Part 6. Class IV ... ... ... ...7,614,341,000267,125,000
Part 7. Class V ... ... ... ...2,677,117,000472,382,000
Part 8. Class VI ... ... ... ...23,553,176,0003,061,145,000
Part 9. Class VII ... ... ... ...1,144,783,000164,402,000
Part 10. Class VIII ... ... ... ...1,934,465,00080,762,000
Part 11. Class IX ... ... ... ...4,244,578,0001,197,849,000
Part 12. Class X ... ... ... ...1,082,890,0002,811,261,000
Part 13. Class XI ... ... ... ...3,279,376,00011,728,000
Part 14. Class XII ... ... ... ...52,193,367,0001,545,088,000
Part 15. Class XIII ... ... ... ...12,900,931,000120,000
Part 16. Class XIV ... ... ... ...6,783,933,000501,122,000
Part 17. Class XV ... ... ... ...4,589,281,00067,697,000
Part 18. Class XVI ... ... ... ...3,544,318,0001,250,091,000
Part 19. Class XVII ... ... ... ...2,527,394,0001,542,773,000
Part 20. Class XVIII ... ... ... ...149,883,0003,452,000
Part 21. Class XVIII, A ... ... ... ...184,865,0006,304,000
Part 22. Class XVIII, B ... ... ... ...43,400,0009,200,000
Total ... ... ... ...£226,879,070,000£28,324,457,000
Grand Total ... ... ... ...£230,749,394,000£30,021,640,335·99

SCHEDULE (A)Grants out of the Consolidated Fund

For the service of the year ended 31st March 1998—

2,000·

For the service of the year ended 31st March 1999—

924,068,000·
2,946,254,000·00

For the service of the year ending on 31st March 2000—

103,002,474,000·00
  • Under this Act ... ... ... ...

123,876,596,000·00
  • Total ... ... ... ...

230,749,394,000·00

SCHEDULE (B)

Part IDefence and Civil (Excesses), 1997–98

Sums granted, and sums which may be applied as appropriations in addition thereto, to make good excesses on certain grants for defence and civil services, for the year ended 31st March 1998, viz:—

Supply GrantsSurplus receipts available to be applied as Appropriations in Aid
££
Vote
Class I
4 Defence: Armed forces retired pay, pensions, etc ... ... ... ...1,000·004,433,346·80
Class IV
3 Department of Trade and Industry: United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority superannuation funds ... ... ... ...1,000·00652,989·19
Total, Defence and Civil (Excesses), 1997–98 ... ... ... ...2,000·005,086,335·99

Supplementary,1998–99

SCHEDULE (B)—Part 2Supplementary, 1998–99

Schedule of Supplementary Sums granted, and of the sums which may be applied as appropriations in aid in addition thereto, to defray the charges for the Services herein particularly mentioned, for the year ended 31st March 1999, viz.:—

Supply GrantsAppropriations in Aid
££
Vote
Class I
1. For expenditure by the Ministry of Defence on personnel costs etc, of the armed forces and their reserves and cadet forces, etc (including provision for Reserve Naval Forces to an additional number not exceeding 10 officers); personnel costs etc of Defence Ministers and of civilian staff employed by the Ministry of Defence; movements, stores, supplies and services; spares and maintenance; plant and machinery; charter of ships; research; lands and buildings; works services; contingent liabilities; services provided by other Government departments; sundry services, subscriptions, grants, and other payments including those abroad such as assistance to foreign and Commonwealth governments for defence related purposes; and set-up costs, loans and funding to trading funds. ... ... ... ...171,983,000339,150,000
2. For expenditure by the Ministry of Defence on logistics services for the armed forces and the related personnel services for the armed forces and the related personnel costs; spares, repair, maintenance, stores and supply services; associated capital facilities and works, contractors' redundancy costs, services provided by other Government departments, sundry services, subscriptions and grants and set up costs, loans and funding to trading funds.357,975,00039,694,000
3. For expenditure by the Procurement Executive of the Ministry of Defence in operating its headquarters and establishments and for its other common services; research etc, by contract; procurement including development and production of equipment and weapon systems for the three armed forces; purchase; for sale abroad; contingent liabilities; for sundry other procurement services including those on repayment terms; and loans and funding to trading funds.1,000211,130,000
Class II
1. For expenditure by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office on its salaries, building and other accommodation services, and administration, and those of HM Diplomatic Service, official information services, sundry services; and loans and payments in connection with catering services and related receipts. ... ... ... ...1,00014,426,000
2. For expenditure by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office on grants and subscriptions etc to certain international organisations; contributions in respect of international peacekeeping; special payments and assistance; scholarships; overseas visitors; sundry other grants and services. ... ... ... ...63,543,000
3. For expenditure by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office on payments to the British Broadcasting Corporation for external radio broadcasting and monitoring services. ... ... ... ...2,140,000
4. For expenditure by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office on the British Council ... ... ... ...1,00029,812,000
Class III
1. For expenditure on international development by the Department for International Development under the Overseas Development and Co-operation Act 1980 including financial and technical assistance to governments, institutions, voluntary agencies and individuals; capital and other subscriptions and contributions, including payments under guarantee, to multilateral development banks and other international and regional bodies; emergency, refugee and other relief assistance; pensions and allowances in respect of overseas service including contributions to pension funds (including payments under the Overseas Pensions Act 1973, and grants in lieu of pensions); global environment assistance; loans to the Commonwealth Development Corporation under the Commonwealth Development Corporation Acts 1978–95; payments to UNESCO; expenditure on the Turkey Ankara Metro mixed credit Aid and Trade provision project; running costs, related capital expenditure and other administrative costs; costs involved in the development of a public/private partnership with the Commonwealth Development Corporation; and payments (under the authority of the European Communities Act 1972) to certain beneficiaries of the Gibraltar Social Insurance Fund; and for a payment to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (Class II, Vote 4). ... ... ... ...156,365,0003,296,000
Class IV
1. For expenditure by the Intervention Board—Executive Agency in giving effect in the United Kingdom to the agricultural support provisions of the Common Agricultural Policy of the European Union; other services including BSE emergency measures; and administration. ... ... ... ...12,311,000270,730,000
2. For expenditure by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food on operational expenditure, agencies and departmental administration (including BSE related measures); promote food safety; take action against diseases with implications for human health; safeguard essential supplies in an emergency; promote action to alleviate flooding and coastal erosion; to protect the rural economy particularly in Less Favoured Areas; encourage action to reduce water and other pollution and by other measures to safeguard the aquatic environment including its fauna and flora; improve the attractiveness and bio-diversity of the rural environment; implement MAFF’s CAP obligations efficiently and seek a more economically rational CAP while avoiding discrimination against UK businesses; create the conditions in which efficient and sustainable agriculture, fishing, and food industries can flourish; take action against animal and plant diseases and pests; encourage high animal welfare standards; provide specialist support services; allocate resources where they are most needed; manage and develop staff; undertake research and development; and provide for the expenditure of the Ministry’s executive agencies. ... ... ... ...35,523,00020,104,000
Class V
1. For expenditure by the Department of Trade and Industry on support for business; research and development, promotion of competition, consumer and investor protection and the regulation of trade; fulfilment of international non-proliferation obligations; the promotion of awareness of the Millennium Bug problem and facilitation of access to solutions; improvement of employment relations and other programmes to encourage the development of a skilled and flexible labour market, the promotion of fairness and minimum standards at work, including a national minimum wage, and payments towards the expenses of the Office of Manpower Economics; improvement of radio spectrum efficiency; promoting uptake and accessibility of technology; regional and selective assistance; the aerospace and shipbuilding industries; exchange risk and other losses; international subscriptions; energy-related programmes including nuclear liabilities, research and development, security of oil and gas supplies, and civil nuclear emergency planning; grants and loans to the British Coal Corporation, liabilities in respect of former coal industry employees, mainly employees of the British Coal Corporation, and other liabilities transferred from British Coal and associated administration costs including arbitration arrangements, grant in aid to the Coal Authority, and support for regeneration mainly of former British Coal sites; assistance to redundant steel workers; claims for the restitution of property of victims of Nazi persecution seized during the Second World War under the Trading With the Enemy legislation; departmental administration including the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service grant-in-aid, support for employment tribunals, a share of the running costs of the Government Offices for the Regions; and the disaster recovery costs in respect of the Radiocommunications Agency’s headquarters facilities; central and miscellaneous services; the operational costs of departmental executive agencies; privatisation expenses including the coal, nuclear power and electricity industries; loans to trading funds; petroleum licensing and royalty; provision of land and buildings, loans, grants and other payments. ... ... ... ...103,117,00063,678,000
2. For expenditure by the Department of Trade and Industry on payments to the Science Research Councils; the Royal Society; the Royal Academy of Engineering; OST initiatives; the University Challenge Fund; fees payable under the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986; and Research Council Pensions. ... ... ... ...43,962,0001,654,000
3. For payment of pensions to members of the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority’s superannuation schemes and other related expenditure. ... ... ... ...11,000,000*—4,562,000
5. For expenditure by the Export Credits Guarantee Department in connection with interest support to banks and other lenders of export finance; cover under the tender to contract/forward exchange supplement scheme; grants towards financing of exports to match foreign competition; residual commitments under discontinued guarantees offered to banks and external trade agencies; and cost escalation and in providing funding to the Guaranteed Export Finance Corporation (GEFCO). ... ... ... ...263,000,000
7. For expenditure by the Office of Fair Trading on administrative and operational costs. ... ... ... ...2,362,00069,000
8. For expenditure by the Office of Telecommunications on administration and operational costs. ... ... ... ...2,0001,642,000
9. For expenditure by the Office of Gas Supply on administration and operational costs. ... ... ... ...1,0002,350,000
10. For expenditure by the Office of Electricity Regulation on administration and operational costs. ... ... ... ...940,0003,355,000
Class VI
1. For expenditure by the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions on payments to Housing Corporation; Housing Revenue Account Subsidy; the renewal of private sector housing; the Estates Renewal Challenge Fund; homelessness; housing management and mobility; gypsy sites; rent and leasehold services; Single Regeneration Budget support for urban and other regeneration initiatives; the Coalfields Regeneration Trust; New Deal for Communities; European Union agency payments, including those for ports in Wales; European Regional Development Fund projects not funded by or in advance of receipts; countryside and wildlife bodies; and sundry other grants and payments, including grants to voluntary bodies and research, publicity and publications, in support of housing, construction, regeneration and rural matters. ... ... ... ...1,0006,327,000
2. For expenditure by the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions on grants and consultancies for roads and local transport; services and consultancies for national roads; priority routes in London; Government Office programme expenditure; vehicle and traffic enforcement; publicity; statistics, censuses and surveys; Trans European network payments for various local transport projects; planning and minerals research; land transport research and development; transport supplementary grants to highway authorities in England; public transport facilities grants; grants to highway authorities and developers under the Industrial Development Act; support for rural bus services; licence fee refunds to goods vehicle and public service vehicle operators and drivers; and grants to and payments on behalf of the Humber Bridge Board. ... ... ... ...398,0004,911,000
3. For expenditure by the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions on the environment, including support for measures to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and improve energy efficiency and environmental practice; support to the environmental protection industry; environmental technology; environmental (including energy efficiency) publicity, promotion and awareness, including support for measures to promote sustainable development; grants and other financial support to voluntary bodies; support for Environmental Campaigns Ltd, the Tidy Britain Group and Going for Green, support for the National Environmental Technology Centre; subscriptions and contributions to international organisations; the Wash Estuary Trial Bank; support for the aims and implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity; support for measures which improve local environmental quality, pollution emergency response services; the measurement of radon in premises; research, long term monitoring and surveys; grant-in-aid to the Environment Agency, British Waterways Board and UK Ecolabelling Board; compensation for persons disabled by certain dust related diseases and related publicity for the compensation scheme; water supply and sewerage services including national security; smoke control and other improvements in air quality; residual services in connection with privatisation of the water supply industry; and planning redevelopment. ... ... ... ...13,627,0007,789,000
4. For expenditure by the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions on payment of revenue support grant and redistributed non-domestic rates to receiving authorities in England; payments to specified bodies and the Commission for Local Administration in England; payments for Valuation Office Agency rating and valuation services; payments to meet the expenses of valuation tribunals; grant in aid to the Local Government Commission; costs of preparing for the Greater London Authority; establishment and operating costs of Regional Development Agencies and associated publicity; residual payments of community charge grant and rate rebate grants; payments of SSA reduction grants; payments of reorganisation: transitional reduction grant; grants in respect of payments towards the capital element of contracts let under the Private Finance Initiative; emergency financial assistance to local authorities; repayments of excess contributions made by local authorities in respect of non-domestic rates in 1997–98 and previous years; local government research and publicity, including contributions to the Local Government Management Board and payments to the Office for National Statistics; and special payments in connection with local government programmes. ... ... ... ...751,000412,000
5. For expenditure by the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions on administration, including research, royal commissioners, committees, etc; Government Offices for the Regions administration; grant in aid to the Health and Safety Commission; the residual functions of PSA Services; and on the sale of the PSA Services businesses. ... ... ... ...23,549,000942,000
6. For expenditure by the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions on support to nationalised industries; grants to Railtrack, British Rail, London Transport, DoA Ltd; MRPS grant; payments in respect of expenditure relating to international railways and the Channel Tunnel Rail Link; expenditure connected with the privatisation of British Rail Business and Railtrack; other consultancies; capital expenditure by transport industries funded by EC grants; railway industry and National Freight Company pensions funds; National Freight Company travel concessions; rebate of fuel duty to bus operators; ports and shipping services; Royal Travel; miscellaneous services; civil aviation services; international aviation services; transport security; freight grants, and expenditure associated with the non rail privatisation programme. ... ... ... ...202,648,00022,207,000
7. For expenditure by the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions on the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, the Planning Inspectorate Executive Agency and the Vehicle Certification Agency; loans to the Vehicle Inspectorate, the Driving Standards Agency and the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre Executive Agency trading funds; the capital charge for the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre; payments to the Meteorological Office; and privatisation costs of the Building Research Establishment Executive Agency. ... ... ... ...1,205,0001,392,000
8. For expenditure by the Highways Agency of the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions and the Highways Agency of the former Department of Transport on the construction, improvement, maintenance and management of motorways and trunk roads, including the acquisition of land, publicity, scheme design and preparation, archaeological survey and rescue work, compensation; administration costs of the Highways Agency; and research and development in support of Highways Agency operations. ... ... ... ...14,869,000142,950,000
9. For expenditure by the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions in connection with driver and vehicle registration and licensing, the collection of revenue, compensation and payments towards the pension of Local Authority staff employed on driver and vehicle licensing before the setting up of DVLC; and the development and operations of other systems associated with registration and licensing, the provision of anonymised data and the provision of miscellaneous services. ... ... ... ...1,00013,614,000
10. For expenditure by the Office of Passenger Rail Franchising on the franchising of passenger rail services; the provision of, and support for, passenger rail services; the formation and financing of companies formed to facilitate the Franchising Director’s functions; and administration and miscellaneous services. ... ... ... ...431,00021,120,000
11. For expenditure by the Office of the Rail Regulator on administration and associated capital and other expenditure and on costs of the Rail Users Consultative Committees. ... ... ... ...528,000221,000
13. For expenditure by Ordnance Survey in the survey of Great Britain and other mapping services. ... ... ... ...9,200,000
Class VII
1. For expenditure by the Home Office on police; the Forensic Science Service; registration of forensic practitioners; emergency planning; fire services including investment in Community Fire Safety Centre, the Fire Service College; criminal policy and programmes including offender programmes; the prevention and treatment of drug abuse; crime reduction and prevention; provision of services relating to Crime and Disorder Act; criminal justice system planning and other services related to crime; support to the voluntary sector; family policy issues; research; criminal injuries compensation; organised and international crime; control of immigration and nationality; issue of passports; community and constitutional services; firearms compensation and related matters; and on administration (excluding the provision for prisons administration carried on Class VII, Vote 2). ... ... ... ...2,00037,526,000
2. For expenditure by the Home Office in England and Wales on prisons (including central administration and other costs arising from the detention of prisoners); placements in secure accommodation under Section 53 of the Children and Young Persons Act 1933; Prison Service colleges; the Parole Board; the storage and maintenance of equipment; transport management; grants to “Prisoners Abroad”; and Welfare to Work schemes. ... ... ... ...119,310,00059,652,000
3. For expenditure by the Charity Commission for England and Wales on administrative costs ... ... ... ...188,000470,000
Class VIII
1. For expenditure by the Lord Chancellor’s Department HQ and associated offices; payments in support of marriage guidance; conciliation and mediation; the Court Service; the Public Trust Office; legal aid in criminal cases; grants to the Legal Aid Fund; costs paid from central funds; the magistrates' courts; and other legal services. ... ... ... ...30,679,00019,393,000
2. For expenditure by the Northern Ireland Court Service on court services; other legal services; accommodation services; and legal aid. ... ... ... ...6,500,0001,264,000
3. For expenditure by the Public Record Office on administration and operational costs. ... ... ... ...200,0001,800,000
4. For expenditure by the Crown Prosecution Service on administrative costs, including the hire of private prosecuting agents; Crown prosecutions; and in connection with the confiscation of the proceeds of crime. ... ... ... ...26,260,000
5. For expenditure by the Serious Fraud Office on administration, investigation and prosecution costs. ... ... ... ...516,0001,300,000
6. For expenditure by the Department of the Procurator General and Treasury Solicitor, the Treasury Solicitor’s Department Agency, the Government Property Lawyer’s Agency and the Legal Secretariat to the Law Officers on administration and on costs and fees for legal and related services. ... ... ... ...5,871,0003,797,000
7. For expenditure by the Crown Office and Lord Advocate’s Department on administration costs including fees paid to temporary Procurators Fiscal, witness expenses and other costs associated with Crown prosecutions, costs associated with the holding of criminal justice proceedings in a third country (Lockerbie Trial) and costs relating to the Department’s commitment to the European Convention on Human Rights initiative. ... ... ... ...1,501,000125,000
Class IX
1. For expenditure by the Department for Education and Employment on voluntary and special schools; the Assisted Places Scheme; the provision of education for under-fives; City Colleges and other specialist schools; grant maintained schools and schools conducted by education Associations; music and ballet schools; the school curriculum and its assessment; the youth service and other educational services and initiatives; careers guidance and services; payments for or in connection with teacher training; higher and further education and initiatives; loans to students; student awards and other student grants and their administration; the payment of access funds; reimbursement of fees for qualifying European Community students; compensation payments to teachers and staff of certain institutions; expenditure on other central government grants to local authorities; the provision of training and assessment programmes for young people and adults; initiatives to improve training and qualifications arrangements and access to these; the promotion of enterprise and the encouragement of self employment; payments for education, training and employment projects assisted by the European Community and refunds to the European Community; events associated with the UK presidency of the EU; the UK subscription of the ILO; help for unemployed people; the promotion of equal opportunities, disability rights, childcare provision and co-ordination of certain issues of particular importance to women; the payment of certain fees to the Home Office; loans to the University for Industry; the Department’s own administration and research and that of Capita; information and publicity services; expenditure via Training and Enterprise Councils and amounts retained by them as surpluses and spent by them on training and other initiatives within their articles and memoranda of association; expenditure in connection with the sale of the student loans debt; expenditure in connection with the Welfare to Work Programme and Millennium Volunteers; and expenditure on the Sure Start programme. ... ... ... ...1,109,297,000*–988,693,000
3. For expenditure by the Employment Service of the Department for Education and Employment on: measures to help people, particularly people who are unemployed, people with disabilities and lone parents into work; the elements of the delivery of the Jobseeker’s Allowance undertaken by the Employment Service; the administration of, and where appropriate the payment of allowances to people participating in, the Welfare to Work programme and other employment programmes, pilot programmes and new measures to help people into work; the payment of temporary subsidies to employers; the payment of grants to voluntary bodies and local authorities towards the provision of supported employment; a grant in aid and the provision of a temporary loan facility to Remploy Limited; assistance and advice on employment services and labour market issues to international organisations; research; publicity; and administration. ... ... ... ...35,810,00020,432,000
4. For expenditure by the Office of Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Schools in England on administration and inspection; including the inspection of schools and other educational institutions, funded nursery providers and Local Education Authorities. ... ... ... ...1,0001,300,000
Class X
1. For expenditure of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport on payments in support of national and other museums and galleries; for the Government Indemnity Scheme; to the Inland Revenue for assets accepted in lieu of tax; in support of the British Library and other library institutions and services; to the Arts and Sports Councils and for other arts and sports bodies and schemes; to Royal Palaces and Parks; to the Royal Armouries; for historic buildings, ancient monuments, certain public buildings, the national heritage and architecture; for the promotion of tourism and European Regional Development Fund projects; to film bodies and projects; for sponsorship of the music industry; to the Welsh Fourth Channel Authority and for certain broadcasting services and schemes including the expenses on the privatisation of the BBC transmission services; for related research, surveys and other services; for central administration costs; expenses of the New Opportunities Fund and of the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts; and for commemorative services and Royal funerals. ... ... ... ...7,497,0004,476,000
2. For expenditure by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport on payments to the British Broadcasting Corporation for home broadcasting; and payments to the Independent Television Commission. ... ... ... ...46,700,000
3. For expenditure by the Office of the National Lottery on administrative costs. ... ... ... ...1,000110,000
Class XI
1. For expenditure by the Department of Health on hospital, community health, family health, and related services. ... ... ... ...60,130,000721,681,000
2. For expenditure by the Department of Health on administration, including certain expenditure on behalf of the Department of Social Security and the National Health Service in England, on miscellaneous health, personal social and other services (some of which are administered on a United Kingdom basis), including medical, scientific and technical services, services for disabled persons, grants to voluntary organisations, medical treatment given to people from the United Kingdom in other countries of the European Economic Area and on welfare food; payments in respect of Home Office inspection of laboratories services, grants in aid, payments and subscriptions to international organisations and payments made under Sector Challenge arrangements with the Department of Trade and Industry. ... ... ... ...74,006,00069,886,000
Class XII
1. For expenditure by the Department of Social Security on non contributory retirement pensions; Christmas bonus payments to pensioners; pensions etc, for disablement or death arising out of war, or service in the armed forces after 2 September 1939 and sundry other services, including pension and other payments in respect of service in the armed forces at other times; attendance allowance; invalid care allowance; severe disablement allowance; disability living allowance; disability working allowance; pensions, gratuities and sundry allowances for disablement and specified deaths arising from industrial causes; income support; payments of spousal and child maintenance; child benefit; family credit; vaccine damage payment scheme; earnings top up pilot; jobseeker’s allowance (income based); jobseeker’s allowance (contribution based); back to work bonus; and expenditure incurred as part of the Welfare to Work initiative. ... ... ... ...1,000*–60,471,000
2. For expenditure by the Department of Social Security on rent rebate, rent allowance, council tax benefit, community charge benefit, community charge rebate and rate rebate subsidies to housing, billing, levying and local authorities, subsidies towards their costs incurred in administering the housing benefit and/or council tax benefit schemes and sums payable in respect of anti-fraud and similar administrative measures; sums payable as funding for LOFIT; sums payable for use for compensation payments to providers of existing supported accommodation; sums payable as start-up costs incurred as part of the Welfare to Work initiative; sums payable to Private Sector Landlords of existing supported accommodation for use as compensation payments, sums payable to the National Insurance Fund to increase its income, compensation payments in respect of statutory sick pay, statutory maternity pay and the national insurance contribution holiday scheme; sums payable into the Social Fund for expenditure on maternity expenses, funeral expenses, heating expenses in exceptionally cold weather and Winter fuel payments, and to finance budgeting loans, crisis loans and community care grants; sums payable as grants to Independent Living, as grants to Motability towards their administrative costs and to enable them to assist invalid vehicle users and others to have adapted and/or to purchase or lease cars from them and as grants to the British Limbless ex-Servicemen’s Association to enable them to assist certain other disabled vehicle users to have cars adapted; sums payable to personal and occupational pension schemes. ... ... ... ...1,000
3. For expenditure by the Department of Social Security on administration; for agency payments; expenditure incurred as part of the Welfare to Work initiative; expenditure on behalf of Department of Health; and for certain other services including grants to local authorities and voluntary organisations and other organisations and a payment to Cabinet Office, Class XVII, Vote 1. ... ... ... ...71,694,000229,922,000
Class XIII
1. For expenditure by the Scottish Office Agriculture, Environment and Fisheries Department on market support; support for agriculture in special areas including crofting communities; for structural measures (including agri-environmental measures): compensation to sheep producers and animal health; agricultural education; advisory, research and development services; botanical and scientific services; assistance to production marketing and processing; administration land management and other agricultural services; assistance to the Scottish fishing industry; fishery protection; other services including fisheries research and development and special services; domestic sewerage relief grant, natural heritage; environment protection; rural affairs; flood and coastal protection; and other water grants. ... ... ... ...28,503,000
2. For expenditure by the Scottish Office Development Department on revenue support grants and payment of non-domestic rates in Scotland; special grants relating to council tax and spend-to-save scheme; housing subsidies, financial support for Scottish Homes, other expenditure contributions and grants relating to housing; historic buildings and monuments (including administration); other central and environmental services including flood and storm emergencies, special financial assistance for Dunblane, sites for travelling people and residual grants to housing associations; roads and certain associated services, including the acquisition of land, lighting, road safety, work on roads on behalf of the Department of Transport and related services; assistance to local transport; support for transport services in the highlands and islands; piers and harbours; certain other transport services and grants; grants for other services on the urban programme; other urban regeneration initiatives; expenses connected with the new towns wind up; expenditure relating to privatisation of the Scottish Bus Group and Highlands and Islands Airports Limited; grants to local authorities forming part of the Strathclyde Passenger Transport Area; other sundry services in connection with the environment; and European Regional Development Fund and European Social Fund grants to public corporations, non-departmental public bodies, local authorities and other bodies and organisations. ... ... ... ...142,062,0009,645,000
3. For expenditure by the Scottish Office Education and Industry Department on schools; funding of pre-school education; grants for pre-school education; higher education including the Scottish Higher Education Funding Council; educational development, research and promotion; the Student Awards Agency for Scotland including running and capital costs of the agency; further education, including payments to further education colleges; training and development of teachers; curriculum development including the Scottish Consultative Council on the Curriculum and national testing including payments to the Scottish Qualifications Authority; international and other educational services, including support for School Boards, and training, research and educational technology; payments to careers service companies and education/industry link activities; sport; community education; Gaelic broadcasting; arts, libraries, museums and galleries, including purchase grants; cultural and scientific activities and organisations; publicity; indemnities; administration; central government grants to local authorities; enterprise, training and tourism including support for Scottish Enterprise, Highlands and Islands Enterprise and the Scottish Tourist Board; investment assistance; innovation and technology support; the privatisation of the electricity industry; sundry industry and training etc. related activities including research, childcare and the expenses of various bodies; pensions, allowances, gratuities etc. payable in respect of the teachers' and NHS pension schemes, and certain premature retirement compensation payments; and the running and capital costs of the Scottish Office Pensions Agency. ... ... ... ...114,174,000*–98,475,000
4. For expenditure by the Scottish Office Department of Health on hospital and community health services, including National Health Service trusts; family health services; welfare foods; the Scottish Drugs Challenge Fund; and other services provided under the National Health Service in Scotland. ... ... ... ...81,913,00041,800,000
5. For expenditure by the Scottish Office Home Department on legal aid (including administration); criminal injuries compensation (including administration); certain services relating to crime including Parole Board for Scotland; the Scottish Prison Service (an executive agency); the Scottish Prisons Complaints Commission; the Scottish Criminal Cases Review Commission; police services (including grants to local authorities) and superannuation of police on secondment; costs associated with the holding of criminal justice proceedings in a third country (Lockerbie trial); fire services (including Scottish Fire Service Training School and superannuation); civil defence (including grants) and other protective and miscellaneous services, including publicity costs for the Scottish Parliamentary elections and Returning Officers' training costs; social work services, including the Scottish Children’s Reporter Administration and the provision of residential and secure accommodation for children; services for offenders including probation and supervised attendance orders; grants to voluntary organisations; training and research; unemployed voluntary action fund; grants for ethnic minority groups; millennium volunteers and other grants to local authorities. ... ... ... ...8,869,0005,766,000
6. For expenditure by the Scottish Office on administration costs and operational costs, costs associated with the establishment of a Scottish Parliament, costs of continuing services of a Scottish Parliament, other devolution costs and on the Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland. ... ... ... ...12,688,0001,519,000
7. For expenditure by the General Register Office for Scotland on administrative costs. ... ... ... ...1,000150,000
8. For expenditure by the National Archives of Scotland on professional administrative and accommodation costs; on acquiring record material; on support for the Scottish and European Archive Networks; on The Acts of Parliament; on conservation grants to local archives and on a grant to the Business Archives Council of Scotland. ... ... ... ...603,000
9. For expenditure by the Scottish Courts Administration and the Scottish Court Service on certain legal services; the Scottish Law Commission; costs and fees in connection with legal proceedings, including the costs associated with the holding of criminal justice proceedings in a third country (Lockerbie Trial). ... ... ... ...2,901,000418,000
10. For payments to the Forestry Fund. ... ... ... ...3,900,000404,000
Class XIV
1. For expenditure by the Welsh Office on market support; support for agriculture in special areas and compensation to sheep producers; animal health; assistance to agricultural production, marketing and processing; grants for capital and other improvements and certain alternative land uses; compensation to the farming, fishing and fish-farming industries; support for the food industry, the rural economy and the fishing industry; fisheries protection; agency payments for fishing projects; European Agricultural Guidance and Guarantee Fund grants to local authorities and other organisations; other miscellaneous agricultural services; and arterial drainage, flood and coast protection. ... ... ... ...16,044,000567,000
2. For expenditure by the Welsh Office on regional assistance; Welsh Development Agency; the former Development Board for rural Wales (merged with the Welsh Development Agency); exchange risk guarantees; other industry expenditure; the Teaching Company Scheme; expenditure via Training and Enterprise Councils and amounts retained by them as surpluses on training, programmes for young people and adults; the Welfare to Work programme; initiatives and programmes within education; the promotion of enterprise, and encouragement of self-employed and small firms; help for unemployed people; Careers Service; publicity and research; education (including the Further Education Funding Council for Wales and the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales); certain other services and expenses; arts, libraries and museums. ... ... ... ...23,861,0008,079,000
3. For expenditure by the Welsh Office on roads and transport and associated services; housing, including the commutation of loan charge grants to local authorities and Capital Receipts Initiative; historic buildings and ancient monuments; Cadw Agency; other environmental services (including tourism, civil defence, national parks, Planning Inspectorate Agency and payments related to EC matters); health and personal social services (including Welfare to Work) and related inquiries; European Regional Development Fund; Welsh Office administration; costs associated with Devolution; TEC management fees (part); and other grants and services, including research. ... ... ... ...32,777,0007,040,000
4. For expenditure by the Welsh Office on hospital, community health, family health services, National Health Service Trusts and on other health services (part). ... ... ... ...39,310,000206,293,000
6. For expenditure by the Office of Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Schools in Wales on inspections, publicity, training, teachers' short courses and conferences, administration and associated capital, etc. ... ... ... ...1,00025,000
Class XV
1. For expenditure by the Northern Ireland Office on central and miscellaneous services; elections; Forum administration; political talks administration; referendum costs; the Bloody Sunday Inquiry; Reviews and Commissions arising from the Belfast Agreement; security; the Independent Commission for Police Complaints in Northern Ireland; the Independent Commissioner for Holding Centres; the Independent Assessor of Military Complaints Procedures in Northern Ireland; the Parades Commission; arms decommissioning; forensic services; prisons; services related to crime; criminal justice; training schools; probation and after-care, etc.; state pathology; Crown prosecutions and other legal services; compensation schemes; policing; European Union peace and reconciliation projects; and certain other grants. ... ... ... ...62,431,0003,770,000
2. For expenditure by the Northern Ireland Office on grant-in-aid to the Northern Ireland Consolidated Fund and other transfers. ... ... ... ...10,000,000
Class XVI
1. For expenditure by Her Majesty’s Treasury on economic, financial and related administration, review of the services provided by the UK banking sector; regulation and supervision of the insurance industry; payments to certain parliamentary bodies and certain other services including expenses in connection with Honours and Dignities; a grant-in-aid to the Private Finance Taskforce; payments relating to the Debt Management Office; on providing information to business about the euro; and under indemnity guarantee in respect of paymaster. ... ... ... ...8,205,000791,000
3. For expenditure by the Customs and Excise Department on the administration of taxation, the operation of customs and revenue controls and other customs and excise work, and payments in respect of the Customs and Excise National Museum. ... ... ... ...25,388,00011,860,000
4. For expenditure by the Inland Revenue Department on the management and collection of the direct taxes including preparatory work on the introduction of income tax credits; services provided for the Department’s information technology partner, for other departments, for overseas tax administrations and for the administration of the Millennium Gift Aid. ... ... ... ...100,777,00052,344,000
5. For expenditure by the Inland Revenue Department Valuation Office (Executive Agency) on the provision of valuation and other services for government departments and other public bodies. ... ... ... ...1,000900,000
8. For expenditure by National Savings on administration, publicity costs and certain other expenses. ... ... ... ...2,931,000398,000
9. For expenditure by the Registry of Friendly Societies on behalf of the Building Societies Commission, the Friendly Societies Commission, and the Central Office of the Registry on administrative costs (including payments made under contract to the Financial Services Authority). ... ... ... ...1,000669,000
11. For expenditure by the Office for National Statistics on the provision of economic, social labour market statistics and on departmental administration. ... ... ... ...3,643,0002,337,000
12. For expenditure by the Department of the Government Actuary on administrative costs incurred in providing a consultancy service to government and to other clients principally in the public sector advising mainly on social security and pension schemes, population and other statistical studies and supervision of insurance and friendly societies. ... ... ... ...1,000250,000
Class XVII
1. For expenditure by the Minister for the Cabinet Office (administration) and the former Office of the Minister for Public Service on the central management of, and delivery of services to, the civil service including delivery of the Modernisation of Government programme, Public Confidence Programme, and cross-departmental IT systems; expenditure resulting from the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster’s chairmanship of the Ministerial Committee on Food and Safety; a payment to the Home Office (Class VII, Vote 1); and certain other services. ... ... ... ...34,938,00037,579,000
2. For expenditure by the Cabinet Office and the former Cabinet Office: Office of Public Service on the superannuation of civil servants; pensions, etc, in respect of former members of the Royal Irish Constabulary and other pensions and non-recurrent payments; and for certain other services. ... ... ... ...1,000
Class XVIII
1. For expenditure by the Cabinet Office on administrative costs; the Offices of the Prime Minister, the Minister Without Portfolio, the Parliamentary Counsel and the Government Chief Whip; the 1998 Economic Summit; payments to the Chequers Trust and the British National Committee for the History of the Second World War; a Royal Commission on House of Lords reform; a payment to Cabinet Office: administration (Class XVII, Vote 1); and certain other services. ... ... ... ...6,930,0003,759,000
2. For expenditure by Her Majesty’s Security and Intelligence Services on administration and operation costs, works and equipment, pensions and other payments. ... ... ... ...1,881,00043,998,000
3. For expenditure by the Department of Her Majesty’s Privy Council on administration costs and for the financing of a Central Drugs Co-ordination Unit; and for a payment to the Cabinet Office (Class XVIII, Vote 1). ... ... ... ...336,00054,000
5. For expenditure by the House of Lords on Peers' expenses and administrative costs, including staff pensions, security, stationery, printing, and financial assistance to Opposition parties. ... ... ... ...1,559,0002,320,000
6. For expenditure by the House of Lords on works services; including a payment to the House of Commons in respect of administration and a grant in aid to the House of Lords Works of Art Collection Fund. ... ... ... ...1,000400,000
Class XVIII, A
1. For expenditure by the House of Commons Commission on administration; including security, broadcasting, publicity, stationery, printing, and a grant in aid to the History of Parliament Trust. ... ... ... ...1,0003,371,000
2. For expenditure by the House of Commons Commission on accommodation services, including the administrative costs of the services. ... ... ... ...16,090,0001,683,000
Total, Supplementary, 1998-99 ... ... ... ...£3,870,322,0001,692,097,000

Class I 1999–2000

SCHEDULE (B).—Part 3Class I

Schedule of Sums granted, and of the sums which may be applied as appropriations in aid in addition thereto, to defray the charges of the several Services herein particularly mentioned, which will come in course of payment during the year ending on 31st March 2000, viz.:—

Sums not exceeding
Supply GrantsAppropriations in Aid
££
Vote
1. For expenditure by the Department for Education and Employment on voluntary and special schools; the Assisted Places Scheme; the provision of education for under-fives; City Colleges and other specialist schools; grant-maintained schools and schools conducted by Education Associations; music and ballet schools; the school curriculum and initiatives; careers guidance and services; payments for or in connection with teacher training; higher and further education provision and initiatives; loans to students, student awards and other student grants and their administration; the payment of access funds; reimbursement of fees for qualifying European Community students; compensation payments to teachers and staff of certain institutions; expenditure on other central government for young people and adults; initiatives to improve training and qualifications arrangements and access to these; the promotion of enterprise and the encouragement of self employment; payments for education, training and employment projects assisted by the European Community and refunds to the European Community; the UK subscription of the ILO; help for unemployed people; the promotion of equal opportunities, disability rights, childcare provision and co-ordination of certain issues of particular importance to women; the payment of certain fees to the Home Office; loans to the University of Industry; the Department’s own administration and research and payments for the administration of teachers' pensions; information and publicity services; payments to Regional Development Agencies (RDAs) and to the Department for the Environment, Transport and the Regions in connection with RDAs; expenditure via Training and Enterprise Councils and amounts retained by them as surpluses and spent by them on training and other initiatives within their articles and memoranda of association; expenditure in connection with the sales of the student loans debt; initiatives with other government departments and others under the Invest to Save Budget; and on expenditure in connection with the Welfare to Work Programme and Millennium Volunteers (including a supplementary sum of £45,700,000). ... ... ... ...12,639,190,0002,003,340,000
2. For expenditure by the Department for Education and Employment on superannuation allowances and gratuities, etc, in respect of teachers, and the widows, widowers, children and dependants of deceased teachers, and for premature retirement compensation payments made to members of the Teachers' Pensions Scheme and on behalf of their employers ... ... ... ...1,762,235,0001,904,365,000
3. For expenditure by the Employment Service of the Department for Education and Employment on measures to help people, particularly people who are unemployed, people with disabilities, lone parents, and other people on benefit into work; the elements of delivery of the Jobseeker’s Allowance undertaken by the Employment Service; the administration and delivery of, and where appropriate the payment of allowances and grants to people participating in, the Welfare to Work programme and other employment programmes, pilot programmes and new measures to help people into work; the payment of temporary subsidies to employers; the payment of grants to voluntary bodies and local authorities towards the provision of supported employment; a grant in aid and the provision of a temporary loan facility to Remploy Limited; initiatives with other government departments and local authorities under the Invest to Save Budget; assistance and advice on employment services and labour market issues to international organisations; research; publicity; and administration. ... ... ... ...2,189,355,00061,036,000
4. For expenditure by the Office of Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Schools in England on administration and inspection, including the inspection of schools and other educational institutions, funded nursery providers and Local Education Authorities (including a supplementary sum of £500,000). ... ... ... ...96,500,000640,000
5. For expenditure by the Department for Education and Employment on expenditure supporting families and promoting the physical, intellectual and social development of pre-school children and the administration of the Sure Start Unit. ... ... ... ...80,800,000
Total, Class I ... ... ... ...£16,768,080,0003,969,381,000

Class II 1999–2000

SCHEDULE (B).—Part 4Class II

Schedule of Sums granted, and of the sums which may be applied as appropriations in aid in addition thereto, to defray the charges of the several Services herein particularly mentioned, which will come in course of payment during the year ending on 31st March 2000, viz.:—

Sums not exceeding
Supply GrantsAppropriations in Aid
££
Vote
1. For expenditure by the Department of Health on hospital, community health, family health and related services. ... ... ... ...33,213,699,0008,857,456,000
2. For expenditure by the Department of Health on administration, including certain expenditure on behalf of the Department of Social Security and the National Health Service in England, on miscellaneous health, personal social and other services (some of which are administered on a United Kingdom basis), including medical, scientific and technical services, services for disabled persons, grants to voluntary organisations, medical treatment given to people from the United Kingdom in other countries of the European Economic Area and on welfare food; payments in respect of Home Office inspection of laboratories services, grants in aid, payments and subscriptions to international organisations, the Welfare to Work programme and payments made under Sector Challenge arrangements with the Department of Trade and Industry. ... ... ... ...1,451,600,000134,676,000
3. For expenditure by the NHS Pensions Agency on pensions, allowances, gratuities, etc, to or in respect of persons engaged in health services or in other approved employment ... ... ... ...1,021,399,0001,791,295,000
Total, Class II ... ... ... ...£35,686,698,00010,783,427,000

Class III 1999–2000

SCHEDULE (B).—Part 5Class III

Schedule of Sums granted, and of the sums which may be applied as appropriations in aid in addition thereto, to defray the charges of the several Services herein particularly mentioned, which will come in course of payment during the year ending on 31st March 2000, viz.:—

Sums not exceeding
Supply GrantsAppropriations in Aid
££
Vote
1. For expenditure by the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions on payments to Housing Corporation; Housing Revenue Account Subsidy; grants towards and advice on the renewal of private sector housing; the Estates Renewal Challenge Fund; homelessness, including the London Rough Sleepers Unit; housing management; gypsy sites; rent and leasehold services; support for the UK construction industry; Regional Development Agencies; New Deal for Communities; Single Regeneration Budget; Urban Regeneration Agency (English Partnerships); Housing Action Trusts; Estates Action; Docklands Light Railway; Groundwork; coalfields regeneration; European Union agency payments, including those for ports and railways in Wales; European Regional Development Fund projects not funded by or in advance of receipts; Countryside Agency; Nature Conservancy Council for England; National Parks grant; bulk pension transfers; and sundry other grants in aid, grants and payments in support of housing, construction, regeneration and countryside and wildlife initiatives, including related research, publicity and publications. ... ... ... ...6,783,186,00060,652,000
2. For expenditure by the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions on grants, services and consultancies for roads and local transport; priority routes in London; Government Office programme expenditure; vehicle and traffic enforcement; publicity; statistics, censuses and surveys; Trans European network payments for various local transport projects; planning and minerals research and other planning programmes; payments to the Ordnance Survey (Trading Fund); research and support for roads and local transport; travel awareness campaign; promoting green transport plans; transport supplementary grants to highway authorities in England; public transport facilities grants; grants to highway authorities and developers under the Industrial Development Act; support for rural bus services, and licence fee refunds to goods vehicle and public service vehicle operators and drivers (Revised). ... ... ... ...317,702,00041,766,000
3. For expenditure by the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions on the environment, including support for measures to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and improve energy efficiency and environmental practice; support to the environmental protection industry; environmental technology; environmental (including energy efficiency) publicity, promotion and awareness, including support for measures to promote sustainable development and consumption of products and services; grants and other financial support to voluntary bodies; support for Environmental Campaigns Ltd; support for the National Environmental Technology Centre; subscriptions and contributions to international organisations; the Wash Estuary Trial Bank; support for the aims and implementation of the Convention on Biological Diversity; support for measures which improve local environmental quality; pollution emergency response services; radon measurement and support of remedial works campaigns; research, long term monitoring and surveys; grant-in-aid to the Environment Agency, British Waterways Board and UK Ecolabelling Board; compensation for sufferers, or their dependants, of certain dust related diseases and related publicity for the scheme; water supply and sewerage services including national security. ... ... ... ...345,770,0008,480,000
4. For expenditure by the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions on payment of revenue support grant and redistributed non-domestic rates to receiving authorities in England; payments to specified bodies and the Commission for Local Administration in England; payments for Valuation Office Agency rating and valuation services; payments to meet the expenses of valuation tribunals; grant in aid to the Local Government Commission; payments to the Audit Commission; costs of preparing for the Greater London Authority and associated bodies, and the costs of the Mayoral and Assembly elections; residual payments of rate rebate grants; payments of SSA reduction grants and central support protection grant; payments of reorganisation: transitional reduction grant; payments in respect of the capital element of contracts let under the Private Finance Initiative; emergency financial assistance to local authorities; grants to beacon councils; repayments of excess contributions made by local authorities in respect of non-domestic rates in 1998–99 and previous years; local government research and publicity; and special payments in connection with local government programmes (including a supplementary sum of £3,900,000). ... ... ... ...34,119,581,000746,000
5. For expenditure by the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions on administration, including research, royal commissioners, committees, etc; Government Offices for the Regions administration; grant in aid to the Health and Safety Commission; the residual functions of PSA Services; and on the sale of the PSA businesses. ... ... ... ...461,364,00017,707,000
6. For expenditure by the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions on support to nationalised industries; grants to Railtrack, British Rail, London Transport, DoA Ltd; MRPS grant; payments in respect of expenditure relating to the Channel Tunnel Rail Link; expenditure connected with the privatisation of British Rail Business; other consultancies; expenditure relating to Commission for Integrated Transport; capital expenditure by transport industries funded by EC grants; railway industry and National Freight Company pensions funds; National Freight Company travel concessions; rebate of fuel duty to bus operators; ports and shipping services; Royal Travel; miscellaneous services; civil aviation services; international aviation services; transport security; freight grants, and expenditure associated with the non rail privatisation programme. ... ... ... ...1,135,642,00041,920,000
7. For expenditure by the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions on the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, the Planning Inspectorate Executive Agency, the Rent Officer Services Agency and the Vehicle Certification Agency; grants to the Vehicle Inspectorate; loans to the Vehicle Inspectorate, the Driving Standards Agency and the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre Executive Agency trading funds; and the capital charge for the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre. ... ... ... ...138,681,00017,581,000
8. For expenditure by the Highways Agency of the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions on the management, maintenance and improvement of the trunk road network and motorway system in England, including the acquisition of land, publicity, scheme design and preparation, archaeological survey and rescue work, compensation; administration costs of the Highways Agency; export opportunities; and research and development in support of Highways Agency operations. ... ... ... ...1,484,183,000183,515,000
9. For expenditure by the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions in connection with driver and vehicle licensing, the collection of revenue, compensation and payments towards the pension of Local Authority staff employed on driver and vehicle licensing before the setting up of DVLC; and the development and operation of other systems associated with registration and licensing, the provision of anonymised data and the provision of miscellaneous services. ... ... ... ...79,194,000137,084,000
10. For expenditure by the Office of Passenger Rail Franchising on the franchising of passenger rail services; the provision of, and support for, passenger rail services; the formation and financing of companies formed to facilitate the Franchising Director’s functions; and administration and miscellaneous services. ... ... ... ...1,110,889,00048,120,000
11. For expenditure by the Office of the Rail Regulator on administration and associated capital and other expenditure and on costs of the Rail Users Consultative Committees. ... ... ... ...1,0009,677,000
12. For expenditure by the Office of Water Services on administrative and operational costs and the provision of customer representation. ... ... ... ...1,00011,900,000
Total, Class III ... ... ... ...£45,976,194,000579,148,000

Class IV 1999–2000

SCHEDULE (B).—Part 6Class IV

Schedule of Sums granted, and of the sums which may be applied as appropriations in aid in addition thereto, to defray the charges of the several Services herein particularly mentioned, which will come in course of payment during the year ending on 31st March 2000, viz.:—

Sums not exceeding
Supply GrantsAppropriations in Aid
££
Vote
1. For expenditure by the Home Office on police; the Forensic Science Service registration of forensic practitioners; emergency planning; fire services, including grant to the Fire Service Youth Training Association; the Fire Service College; criminal policy and programmes including offender programmes; the prevention and treatment of drug abuse; crime reduction and prevention; provision of services relating to the Crime and Disorder Act; criminal justice planning system and other services related to crime; support to the voluntary sector; family policy issues; research; criminal injuries compensation; organised and international crime; control of immigration and nationality, support for asylum seekers; issue of passports; community and constitutional services; firearms compensation and related matters; and on administration (excluding the provision for prisons administration carried on Class IV, Vote 2). ... ... ... ...5,722,794,000169,953,000
2. For expenditure by the Home Office in England and Wales on prisons (including central administration and other costs arising from the detention of prisoners); placements in secure accommodation under Section 53 of the Children and Young Persons Act 1933; Prison Service colleges; the Parole Board; the storage and maintenance of equipment; transport management; grants to “Prisoners Abroad”; Welfare to Work schemes; and funding for joint initiatives within the criminal justice system. ... ... ... ...1,870,270,00096,671,000
3. For expenditure by the Charity Commission for England and Wales on administrative costs. ... ... ... ...21,277,000501,000
Total, Class IV ... ... ... ...£7,614,341,000267,125,000

Class V 1999–2000

SCHEDULE (B).—Part 7Class V

Schedule of Sums granted, and of the sums which may be applied as appropriations in aid in addition thereto, to defray the charges of the several Services herein particularly mentioned, which will come in course of payment during the year ending on 31st March 2000, viz.:—

Sums not exceeding
Supply GrantsAppropriations in Aid
££
Vote
1. For expenditure by the Lord Chancellor’s Department HQ and associated offices; payments in support of marriage guidance; conciliation and mediation; the Court Service; the Public Trust Office; legal aid in criminal cases; grants to the Legal Aid Fund; costs paid from central funds; the magistrates courts; other legal services; a payment to the Land Registry for the Invest to Save Budget. ... ... ... ...2,274,060,000371,544,000
2. For expenditure by the Northern Ireland Court Service on court services; other legal services; accommodation services; and legal aid. ... ... ... ...51,784,00011,248,000
3. For expenditure by the Public Record Office on administration and operational costs. ... ... ... ...20,012,0002,600,000
4. For expenditure by the Crown Prosecution Service on administrative costs, including the hire of private prosecuting agents; Crown prosecutions; and in connection with the confiscation of the proceeds of crime. ... ... ... ...307,000,00020,930,000
5. For expenditure by the Serious Fraud Office on administration, investigation and prosecution costs. ... ... ... ...17,086,0001,711,000
6. For expenditure by the Department of the Procurator General and Treasury Solicitor, the Treasury Solicitor’s Department Agency, the Government Property Lawyers Agency and the Legal Secretariat to the Law Officers on administration and on costs and fees for legal and related services. ... ... ... ...7,175,00064,349,000
Total, Class V ... ... ... ...£2,677,117,000472,382,000

Class IV 1999–2000

SCHEDULE (B).—Part 8Class IV

Schedule of Sums granted, and of the sums which may be applied as appropriations in aid in addition thereto, to defray the charges of the several Services herein particularly mentioned, which will come in course of payment during the year ending on 31st March 2000, viz.:—

Sums not exceeding
Supply GrantsAppropriations in Aid
££
Vote
1. For expenditure by the Ministry of Defence on personnel costs etc, of the armed forces and their reserves and cadet forces (including provision for Naval Service to a number not exceeding 48,340; provision for Reserve Naval and Marine Forces to a number not exceeding 18,330; provision for Special Members of the Reserve Naval Forces not exceeding 200; provision for Army Service to a number not exceeding 135,420; provision for the Reserve Land Forces not exceeding 76,700; provision for Special Members of the Reserve Land Forces not exceeding 6,000; provision for Air Force Service not exceeding 58,070; provision for Reserve Air Forces to a number not exceeding 26,000; and provision for Special Members of the Reserve Air Forces to a number not exceeding 430); personnel costs etc of Defence Ministers and of civilian staff employed by the Ministry of Defence; movements; charter of ships; logistic services for the armed forces; repair, maintenance stores and supply services; associated capital facilities and works; contractors' redundancy costs; plant and machinery; expenditure by the Defence Procurement Agency in operating its headquarters and establishments and for its common services; nuclear warhead and fissile material programme; procurement including development and production of equipment and weapon systems for the armed forces; purchases for sale abroad; research etc by contract; sundry procurement services including those on repayment terms; lands and buildings; works services; contingent liabilities; services provided by other Government departments; sundry services, subscriptions, grants and other payments including those abroad such as assistance to Foreign and Commonwealth governments for defence related purposes; and set-up costs and loans to trading funds. ... ... ... ...22,283,085,0002,097,326,000
2. For expenditure by the Ministry of Defence on retired pay, pensions and other payments, etc. ... ... ... ...1,270,091,000963,819,000
Total, Class VI ... ... ... ...£23,553,176,0003,061,145,000

Class VII 1999–2000

SCHEDULE (B).—Part 9Class VII

Schedule of Sums granted, and of the sums which may be applied as appropriations in aid in addition thereto, to defray the charges of the several Services herein particularly mentioned, which will come in course of payment during the year ending on 31st March 2000, viz.:—

Sums not exceeding
Supply GrantsAppropriations in Aid
££
Vote
1. For expenditure by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office on its administration, on Wilton Park Executive Agency, on the Government Hospitality Fund and Lancaster House, on international organisations, peacekeeping, special payments and assistance, scholarships, overseas visitors, sundry other grants and services, the BBC World Service Monitoring Service and on grants in aid to the BBC World Service for broadcasting and to the British Council. ... ... ... ...1,444,783,000164,402,000
Total, Class VII ... ... ... ...£1,444,783,000164,402,000

Class VIII 1999–2000

SCHEDULE (B).—Part 10Class VIII

Schedule of Sums granted, and of the sums which may be applied as appropriations in aid in addition thereto, to defray the charges of the several Services herein particularly mentioned, which will come in course of payment during the year ending on 31st March 2000, viz.:—

Sums not exceeding
Supply GrantsAppropriations in Aid
££
Vote
1. For expenditure by the Department for International Development on international development under the Overseas Development and Co-operation Act 1980 including financial and technical assistance to governments, institutions, voluntary agencies and individuals; capital and other subscriptions and contributions, including payments under guarantee, to multilateral development banks and other international and regional bodies; emergency, refugee and other relief assistance; pensions and allowances in respect of overseas service including contributions to pension funds (including payments under the Overseas Pensions Act 1973, and grants in lieu of pensions); global environment assistance; loans to the Commonwealth Development Corporation under the Commonwealth Development Corporation Acts 1978–1995; payments to UNESCO; running costs, related capital expenditure and other administrative costs; costs involved in the development of a public/private partnership with the Commonwealth Development Corporation; payments (under the authority of the European Communities Act 1972) to certain beneficiaries of the Gibraltar Social Insurance Fund (including a supplementary sum of £10,000,000). ... ... ... ...1,804,764,00080,626,000
2. For expenditure by the Department for International Development on pension and superannuation payments, grants and compensation payments, etc. in respect of overseas services; and sundry other services and expenditure. ... ... ... ...129,701,000136,000
Total, Class VIII ... ... ... ...£1,934,465,00080,762,000

Class IX 1999–2000

SCHEDULE (B).—Part 11Class IX

Schedule of Sums granted, and of the sums which may be applied as appropriations in aid in addition thereto, to defray the charges of the several Services herein particularly mentioned, which will come in course of payment during the year ending on 31st March 2000, viz.:—

Sums not exceeding
Supply GrantsAppropriations in Aid
££
Vote
1. For expenditure by the Department of Trade and Industry on support for business; the promotion of enterprise and innovation, including the preparation of regional innovation strategies, the spread of industry led partnerships aimed at spreading best practice and the encouragement of the uptake and accessibility of technology at home and overseas; research and development, including support for standards and the National Measurement System; the promotion of competition, consumer and investor protection; the regulation of trade; fulfilment of international non-proliferation obligations; the promotion of awareness of the Century Date Change problem and the facilitation of access to solutions; improvement of employment relations and other programmes to encourage the development of a skilled and flexible labour market, the promotion of fairness and minimum standards at work, including a national minimum wage, and payment to the Inland Revenue for its enforcement, and payments towards the expenses of the Office of Manpower Economics; discharge of liabilities in respect of former public sector employees who suffered damage as a result of an admitted failure to implement the Acquired Rights Directive; improvement of radio spectrum efficiency; regional and selective assistance; the aerospace and shipbuilding industries; exchange risk and other losses; international subscriptions; energy-related programmes including research and development, nuclear liabilities, security of oil and gas supplies, and civil nuclear emergency planning; grants and loans to the British Coal Corporation, liabilities in respect of former coal industry employees, mainly employees of the British Coal Corporation, and other liabilities transferred from British Coal and associated administration costs including arbitration arrangements, grant in aid to the Coal Authority; assistance to redundant steel workers; claims for the restitution of property of victims of Nazi persecution seized during the Second World War under the Trading With the Enemy legislation; departmental administration including the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service grant in aid, support for employment tribunals, a share of the running costs of the Government Offices for the Regions; central and miscellaneous services; the operational costs of departmental executive agencies; privatisation expenses including the coal, nuclear power and electricity industries; loans to trading funds; petroleum licensing and royalty; provision of land and buildings, loans, grants and other payments. ... ... ... ...1,551,781,000534,708,000
2. For expenditure by the Department of Trade and Industry on payments to the Science Research Councils; the Royal Society; the Royal Academy of Engineering; OST initiatives; the University Challenge Fund; the Joint Infrastructure Fund, and the Science Enterprise Challenge Scheme; fees payable under the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986; and Research Council Pensions. ... ... ... ...1,496,220,0003,550,000
3. For payment of pensions etc. to members of the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority’s superannuation schemes and other related expenditure. ... ... ... ...126,330,00016,650,000
4. For expenditure by the Export Credits Guarantee Department on administration. ... ... ... ...23,733,0001,291,000
5. For expenditure by the Export Credits Guarantee Department in connection with interest support to banks and other lenders of export finance; cover under the tender to contract (forward exchange supplement scheme); grants towards financing of exports to match foreign competition; residual commitment under discontinued guarantees offered to banks and external trade agencies; cost escalation; and funding refinancing activities (including a supplementary sum of £300,000,000). ... ... ... ...1,015,765,000152,160,000
6. For expenditure by the Export Credits Guarantee Department in connection with export credit guarantees, other guarantees given in the national interest or to render economic assistance to overseas countries, overseas investment insurance and trading expenses. ... ... ... ...1,000428,251,000
7. For expenditure by the Office of Fair Trading on administrative and operational costs. ... ... ... ...30,745,000270,000
8. For expenditure by the Office of Telecommunications on administrative and operational costs. ... ... ... ...1,00012,633,000
9. For expenditure by the Office of Gas Supply on administrative and operational costs. ... ... ... ...1,00014,237,000
10. For expenditure by the Office of Electricity Regulation on administration and operational costs (Revised sum). ... ... ... ...1,00034,099,000
Total, Class IX ... ... ... ...£4,244,578,0001,197,849,000

Class X 1999–2000

SCHEDULE (B).—Part 12Class X

Schedule of Sums granted, and of the sums which may be applied as appropriations in aid in addition thereto, to defray the charges of the several Services herein particularly mentioned, which will come in course of payment during the year ending on 31st March 2000, viz.:—

Sums not exceeding
Supply GrantsAppropriations in Aid
££
Vote
1. For expenditure by the Intervention Board—Executive Agency in giving effect in the United Kingdom to the agricultural support provisions of the Common Agricultural Policy of the European Union; other services including BSE emergency measures; and administration. ... ... ... ...292,069,0002,642,423,000
2. For expenditure by the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food as operational expenditure, agencies and departmental administration, to ensure that consumers benefit from competitively priced food, produced to high standards of safety, environmental care and animal welfare and from a sustainable, efficient food chain, and to contribute to the well-being of rural and coastal communities; to provide specialist support services; to allocate resources where they are most needed; to manage and develop staff; to undertake research and development; to provide for the expenditure of the Ministry’s executive agencies. ... ... ... ...722,206,000168,838,000
3. For expenditure by the Forestry Commission on the promotion of forestry, including support to the private sector for planting of new forest and woodlands, replanting after felling and maintenance grants for improvements; regulating forestry activity through the application of forest management standards and felling controls; conducting forestry research; managing the Commission’s forests; paying superannuation benefits to its former staff; and associated administrative costs. ... ... ... ...68,615,000
Total, Class X ... ... ... ...£1,082,890,0002,811,261,000

Class XI 1999–2000

SCHEDULE (B).—Part 13Class XI

Schedule of Sums granted, and of the sums which may be applied as appropriations in aid in addition thereto, to defray the charges of the several Services herein particularly mentioned, which will come in course of payment during the year ending on 31st March 2000, viz.:—

Sums not exceeding
Supply GrantsAppropriations in Aid
££
Vote
1. For expenditure by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport on payments in support of national and other museums and galleries; for the Government Indemnity Scheme; to the Inland Revenue for assets accepted in lieu of tax; in the support of the British Library and other library institutions and services; to the Arts and Sports Councils and for other arts and sports bodies and schemes; to Royal Palaces and Parks; to the Royal Armouries; for historic buildings, ancient monuments, certain public buildings, and the national heritage and architecture; for the promotion of tourism and European Regional Development Fund projects; to film bodies and projects; for sponsorship of the music industry; to the Welsh Fourth Channel Authority and for certain broadcasting services and schemes including the expenses on the privatisation of the BBC transmission services; for related research, surveys and other services; for central administration costs; expenses of the New Opportunities Fund and of the National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts; and for commemorative services and Royal funerals and the expenses of the National Lottery Commission. ... ... ... ...959,376,00011,728,000
2. For expenditure by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport on payments to the British Broadcasting Corporation for home broadcasting; and payments to the Independent Television Commission. ... ... ... ...2,320,000,000
Total, Class XI ... ... ... ...£3,279,376,00011,728,000

Class XII 1999–2000

SCHEDULE (B).—Part 14Class XII

Schedule of Sums granted, and of the sums which may be applied as appropriations in aid in addition thereto, to defray the charges of the several Services herein particularly mentioned, which will come in course of payment during the year ending on 31st March 2000, viz.:—

Sums not exceeding
Supply GrantsAppropriations in Aid
££
Vote
1. For expenditure by the Department of Social Security on non-contributory retirement pensions; Christmas bonus payments to pensioners; pensions etc., for disablement or death arising out of war, or service in the armed forces after 2 September 1939 and sundry other services, including pension and other payments in respect of service in the armed forces at other times; attendance allowance; invalid care allowance; severe disablement allowance; disability living allowance; disability working allowance; pensions, gratuities and sundry allowances for disablement and specified deaths arising from industrial causes; income support; payments of spousal and child maintenance; child benefit; family credit; vaccine damage payment scheme; earnings top-up pilot; jobseeker’s allowance (income based); jobseeker’s allowance (contribution based); back to work bonus; and expenditure incurred as part of the Welfare to Work initiative. ... ... ... ...38,423,678,000957,747,000
2. For expenditure by the Department of Social Security on rent rebate, rent allowance, council tax benefit, community charge benefit, community charge rebate and rate rebate subsidies to housing, billing, levying and local authorities, subsidies towards their costs incurred in administering the housing benefit and/or council tax benefit schemes and on sums payable in respect of verification framework; anti-fraud and similar administrative measures; sums payable for use for compensation payments to providers of existing supported accommodation; sums payable to the National Insurance Fund for compensation payments in respect of statutory sick pay and statutory maternity pay; sums payable into the Social Fund for expenditure on maternity expenses, funeral expenses, heating expenses in exceptionally cold weather and Winter fuel payments, and to finance budgeting loans, crisis loans and community care grants; sums payable as grants to Independent Living, as grants to Motability towards their administrative costs and to enable them to assist invalid vehicle users and others to have adapted and/or to purchase or lease cars from them and as grants to the British Limbless ex-Servicemen’s Association to enable them to assist certain other disabled vehicle users to have cars adapted. ... ... ... ...11,367,029,0004,183,000
3. For expenditure by the Department of Social Security on administration, for agency payments; expenditure incurred as part of the Welfare to Work initiative; expenditure on behalf of Department of Health, and for certain other services, including grants to local authorities and voluntary organisations and other organisations. ... ... ... ...2,402,660,000583,158,000
Total, Class XII ... ... ... ...£52,193,367,0001,545,088,000

Class XIII 1999–2000

SCHEDULE (B).—Part 15Class XIII

Schedule of Sums granted, and of the sums which may be applied as appropriations in aid in addition thereto, to defray the charges of the several Services herein particularly mentioned, which will come in course of payment during the year ending on 31st March 2000, viz.:—

Sums not exceeding
Supply GrantsAppropriations in Aid
££
Vote
1. For expenditure by the Office of the Secretary of State for Scotland and Advocate General for Scotland on administrative costs and operational costs; electoral publicity; the Parliamentary Boundary Commission for Scotland; other devolution costs, private legislation procedure and on a grant to the Scottish Consolidated Fund (Revised sum). ... ... ... ...12,900,931,000120,000
Total, Class XIII ... ... ... ...£12,900,931,000120,000

Class XIV 1999–2000

SCHEDULE (B).—Part 16Class XIV

Schedule of Sums granted, and of the sums which may be applied as appropriations in aid in addition thereto, to defray the charges of the several Services herein particularly mentioned, which will come in course of payment during the year ending on 31st March 2000, viz.:—

Sums not exceeding
Supply GrantsAppropriations in Aid
££
Vote
1. For expenditure by the Welsh Office, the Office of the Secretary of State for Wales and the National Assembly for Wales on agriculture, fisheries and food; forestry; arterial drainage, flood and coast protection; industrial support, training, enterprise, education; roads, transport, housing, environmental services, Cadw, arts and libraries, health (including National Health Service trusts), personal social services; ERDF; Welsh Office, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales and National Assembly of Wales administration; devolution; local government; on payments to the National Assembly for Wales following devolution; the Office of Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Schools in Wales, the Auditor General for Wales; and on certain other grants and transfers. (Revised sum) ... ... ... ...6,783,933,000501,122,000
Total, Class XIV ... ... ... ...£6,783,933,000501,122,000

Class XV 1999–2000

SCHEDULE (B).—Part 17Class XV

Schedule of Sums granted, and of the sums which may be applied as appropriations in aid in addition thereto, to defray the charges of the several Services herein particularly mentioned, which will come in course of payment during the year ending on 31st March 2000, viz.:—

Sums not exceeding
Supply GrantsAppropriations in Aid
££
Vote
1. For expenditure by the Northern Ireland Office on central and miscellaneous services; elections; the Bloody Sunday Inquiry; Reviews and Commissions arising from the Belfast Agreement; security; the Independent Commission for Police Complaints in Northern Ireland; the Police Ombudsman; the Independent Commissioner for Holding Centres; the Independent Assessor of Military Complaints Procedures in Northern Ireland; the Parades Commission; arms decommissioning; forensic services; prisons; services related to crime; criminal justice; training schools; probation and after-care, etc.; state pathology; Crown prosecutions and other legal services; compensation schemes; policing; European Union peace and reconciliation projects; and certain other grants. ... ... ... ...989,281,00067,697,000
2. For expenditure by the Northern Ireland Office on a grant in aid to the Northern Ireland Consolidated Fund and other transfers. ... ... ... ...3,600,000,000
Total, Class XV ... ... ... ...£4,589,281,00067,697,000

Class XVI 1999–2000

SCHEDULE (B).—Part 18Class XVI

Schedule of Sums granted, and of the sums which may be applied as appropriations in aid in addition thereto, to defray the charges of the several Services herein particularly mentioned, which will come in course of payment during the year ending on 31st March 2000, viz.:—

Sums not exceeding
Supply GrantsAppropriations in Aid
££
Vote
1. For expenditure by Her Majesty’s Treasury on economic, financial and related administration; review of the services provided by the UK banking sector; payment to FSA for the carrying out of insurance supervision responsibilities; payments to certain parliamentary bodies and certain other services, including expenses in connection with Honours and Dignities; a grant in aid to the Private Finance Taskforce; payments relating to the Debt Management Office; on providing information to business about the euro; and under the indemnity guarantee in respect of paymaster. ... ... ... ...68,084,00016,492,000
2. For expenditure by Her Majesty’s Treasury in connection with the manufacture, storage and distribution of coinage for use in the United Kingdom. ... ... ... ...34,700,000800,000
3. For expenditure by the Customs and Excise Department on the administration of taxation; the operation of customs and revenue controls and other customs and excise work; and payments in respect of the Customs and Excise National Museum. ... ... ... ...897,293,00037,500,000
4. For expenditure by the Inland Revenue Department on the management and collection of the direct taxes, tax credits and national insurance contributions, management of the National Insurance Funds for Great Britain and Northern Ireland, for services provided to the Department’s information technology partner, for other departments, for overseas tax administrations and for the administration of Millennium Gift Aid (including a supplementary sum of £46,319,000). ... ... ... ...1,882,634,000393,926,000
5. For expenditure by the Inland Revenue Department Valuation Office (Executive Agency) on the provision of valuation and other services for Government departments and other public bodies. ... ... ... ...1,000150,139,000
6. For expenditure by the Inland Revenue Department on life assurance premium relief, mortgage interest relief, private medical insurance premium relief, vocational training relief and transitional payments to charities. ... ... ... ...335,000,000
7. For rates and contributions in lieu of rates paid by the Inland Revenue Department in respect of property occupied by the Crown and premises occupied by representatives of Commonwealth and foreign countries and international organisations. ... ... ... ...40,000,000595,000,000
8. For expenditure by National Savings on administration, publicity costs, payments for contracted out services and certain other costs. ... ... ... ...172,815,0004,716,000
9. For expenditure by the Registry of Friendly Societies on behalf of the Building Societies Commission, the Friendly Societies Commission and the Central Office of the Registry on administrative costs, including payments made under contract to the Financial Services Authority. ... ... ... ...2,460,0006,020,000
10. For expenditure by the National Investment and Loans Office, National Debt Office, Public Works Loan Board and the Office of HM Paymaster General. ... ... ... ...250,0005,553,000
11. For expenditure by the Office for National Statistics on the provision of economic, social labour market and other statistics, and on departmental administration. ... ... ... ...108,242,00032,093,000
12. For expenditure by the Department of the Government Actuary on administrative costs incurred in providing a consultancy service to Government and to other clients principally in the public sector, advising mainly on social security and pension schemes, population and other statistical studies and supervision of insurance and friendly societies. ... ... ... ...636,0007,178,000
13. For the salaries of the Crown Estate Commissioners and the expense of their Office. ... ... ... ...2,057,000
14. For expenditure by Her Majesty’s Treasury in connection with the sales of residual Government shareholdings and holdings of privatised companies' debt. ... ... ... ...1,000674,000
15. For expenditure by Her Majesty’s Treasury to repay to the Contingencies Fund certain miscellaneous advances made during the year ended 31 March 1999 (New estimate). ... ... ... ...145,000
Total, Class XVI ... ... ... ...£3,544,318,0001,250,091,000

Class XVII 1999–2000

SCHEDULE (B).—Part 19Class XVII

Schedule of Sums granted, and of the sums which may be applied as appropriations in aid in addition thereto, to defray the charges of the several Services herein particularly mentioned, which will come in course of payment during the year ending on 31st March 2000, viz.:—

Sums not exceeding
Supply GrantsAppropriations in Aid
££
Vote
1. For expenditure by the Minister for the Cabinet Office on the Offices of the Prime Minister, the Minister of State, the Parliamentary Secretary, and the Government Chief Whip; the Parliamentary Counsel; on the central management of, and delivery of services to, the Civil Service and wider public sector including delivery of the modernisation of government programme, Public Confidence Programme on Year 2000 issues, cross-departmental IT systems, anti-drugs co-ordination; Royal Commission on the House of Lords Reform; expenditure resulting from the Minister for the Cabinet Offices’s chairmanship of the Ministerial Committees on Better Government, Biotechnology, and Drugs Misuse; expenditure resulting from management of the Civil Estate; grant in aid to a number of Civil Service Welfare organisations; payments to the Chequers Trust and British National Committee for the History of the Second World War; and certain other services. ... ... ... ...219,769,000111,113,000
2. For expenditure by Her Majesty’s security and intelligence services on administration and operational costs, works and equipment, pensions and other payments. ... ... ... ...774,452,00050,578,000
3. For expenditure by the Cabinet Office on the superannuation of civil servants; pensions, etc, in respect of former members of the Royal Irish Constabulary and other pensions and non-recurrent payments; and for certain other services. ... ... ... ...1,530,000,0001,381,000,000
4. For expenditure by the Central Office of Information on allied service work. ... ... ... ...711,000
5. For expenditure by the Department of Her Majesty’s Privy Council on administration costs. ... ... ... ...2,462,00082,000
Total, Class XVII ... ... ... ...£2,527,394,0001,542,773,000

Class XVIII 1999–2000

SCHEDULE (B).—Part 20Class XVIII

Schedule of Sums granted, and of the sums which may be applied as appropriations in aid in addition thereto, to defray the charges of the several Services herein particularly mentioned, which will come in course of payment during the year ending on 31st March 2000, viz.:—

Sums not exceeding
Supply GrantsAppropriations in Aid
££
Vote
1. For expenditure by the Office of the Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration and Health Service Commissioners for England, Scotland and Wales on administration costs; on costs associated with preparation for devolution; on provision of services to, and on the administration costs of, the Scottish Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration, Welsh Administration Ombudsman and Health Service Commissioners for Scotland and Wales (Revised sum.). ... ... ... ...14,971,000
2. For expenditure by the House of Lords on Peers' expenses and administrative costs, including staff pensions, security, stationery, printing, financial assistance to Opposition parties, and a grant in aid to the History of Parliament Trust. ... ... ... ...30,369,0002,524,000
3. For expenditure by the House of Lords on works services: including a payment to the House of Commons in respect of Administration and a grant in aid to the House of Lords' Works of Art Collection Fund. ... ... ... ...15,483,000928,000
4. For expenditure by the House of Commons on Members' salaries, allowances, pensions, etc., financial assistance to Opposition parties, and an Exchequer contribution to the Members' Fund. ... ... ... ...89,060,000
Total, Class XVIII ... ... ... ...£149,883,0003,452,000

Class XVIII,A 1999–2000

SCHEDULE (B).—Part 21Class XVIII,A

Schedule of Sums granted, and of the sums which may be applied as appropriations in aid in addition thereto, to defray the charges of the several Services herein particularly mentioned, which will come in course of payment during the year ending on 31st March 2000, viz.:—

Sums not exceeding
Supply GrantsAppropriations in Aid
££
Vote
1. For expenditure by the House of Commons Commission on administration; including security, broadcasting, publicity, stationery, printing and a grant-in-aid to the History of Parliament Trust. ... ... ... ...85,260,0003,340,000
2. For expenditure by the House of Commons Commission on accommodation services, including the administrative costs of the services. ... ... ... ...99,605,0002,964,000
Total, Class XVIII, A ... ... ... ...£184,865,0006,304,000

Class XVIII,B 1999–2000

SCHEDULE (B).—Part 22Class XVIII,B

Schedule of Sums granted, and of the sums which may be applied as appropriations in aid in addition thereto, to defray the charges of the several Services herein particularly mentioned, which will come in course of payment during the year ending on 31st March 2000, viz.:—

Sums not exceeding
Supply GrantsAppropriations in Aid
££
Vote
1. For expenditure of the National Audit Office. ... ... ... ...43,400,0009,200,000
Total, Class XVIII, B ... ... ... ...£43,400,0009,200,000

SCHEDULE (C)Enactments Repealed

ChapterShort title
1997 c. 15 ... ... ... ...Consolidated Fund Act 1997
1997 c. 67 ... ... ... ...Consolidated Fund (No. 2) Act 1997
1997 c. 31 ... ... ... ...Appropriation Act 1997

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