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(a)the further resources authorised for use to meet the costs of the services and purposes which are specified in the first column of the Table for the year ending with 31 March 2011;
(b)the further sums authorised for issue out of the Consolidated Fund to meet those costs; and
(c)limits set, for the purposes of section 2 of the Government Resources and Accounts Act 2000, on the resources applicable as appropriations in aid to meet those costs.
|Estimate/ Request for Resources||Net Resources authorised for use||Grants out of the Consolidated Fund||Operating Appropriations in Aid||Non-Operating Appropriations in Aid|
|MINISTRY OF JUSTICE||27,125,672,000||84,200,000|
|1. To promote the development of a modern, fair, cost effective and efficient system of justice for all||4,577,110,000||1,106,651,000|
|HQ and associated offices; administration of judicial pay; administration of the Judicial Pension Scheme; administration of the Office of the Information Commissioner and the Judicial Appointments Commission; Costs of running the Office for Judicial Complaints and the Judicial Appointments and Conduct Ombudsman; costs of running the offices of the Legal Services Ombudsman and the Legal Services Complaints Commissioner; costs of operating the Legal Services Board and the associated Levy; costs associated with the implementation of the Office of Legal Complaints. Costs associated with the implementation of the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority.|
|HM Courts Service, as formed under the Courts Act 2003 including responsibility for the Court of Protection as at 1 April 2009, and associated activities including fine income, netting off and asset recovery incentive scheme; receipts under the victims surcharge, pre-1990 loan charges debt payments, Justices Clerks' Societies; Proportionate Dispute Resolution project; Wider Markets Initiatives; Section 31 grants to Local Authorities; the Office of the Public Guardian. Costs in relation to continued liaison with the Supreme Court as formed under the Constitutional Reform Act 2005.|
|Offices of Court Funds, Official Solicitor and PublicTrustee; Legal Aid paid through the Criminal Defence Service and Community Legal Service; administration for the Legal Services Commission. Payment of Grant and grant in aid to organisations promoting Ministry of Justice objectives including NDPBs; administration of central government Tribunals via the Tribunals Service (including Asylum); costs paid from central funds; Costs of running Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Court Administration, The Administrative Justices and Tribunals Council, The Civil Justice Council and the Family Justice Council. Costs in relation to constitutional offices; Privy Council office; reimbursement of Lord Lieutenants' expenses; costs in relation to judicial training and the Judicial Offices for England & Wales.|
|Democracy and constitution, human rights workshops and surveys; promotion of information rights, electoral policy, boundaries and administration, including costs in relation to the policy on the conduct of all National and European elections and referenda in the UK and local elections, referenda in England & Wales (except certain referenda in Wales), payments in relation to the Electoral Administration Act 2006; establishment and maintenance of the Coordinated On-Line Record of Electors (CORE); funding of electoral pilot schemes; policy on the financing and regulation of political parties; citizen and youth engagement.|
|Parliamentary Boundary Commissions for England & Wales; research into constitution settlement/devolution, costs associated with the “Governance of Britain” programme of constitutional renewal; costs associated with House of Lords reform and of a written constitution exercise; conduct of MOJ's European and International business in the justice and home affairs field and the management of the UK's relationship with the Crown Dependencies. Contribution from the Treasury in respect of UK payments to the Hague Conference on Private International Law.|
|Judicial Exchange programmes; sponsorship of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law and bilateral training projects in China; constitutional education programmes within schools. Policy on coroner and cremation services; support to Local Authorities for additional coroner work, payments in relation to the royal inquest, applications for exhumations, cremated repatriated remains and the closing of burial grounds, other legal services; joint initiatives in the Criminal Justice System. Payments in respect of the July 2005 bombings inquest. Payments in respect of future inquests. Payments in respect of the conduct of Public Inquiries. Administration of and payments in respect of pleural plaques.|
|Criminal Policy and Programmes including offender management programmes and the National Probation Service, costs of running Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Prisons, costs of running Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Probation, funding for the Prisons & Probation Services Ombudsman. The Prevention and treatment of drug abuse; crime reduction and prevention; Criminal Injuries Compensation, Criminal Cases Review Commission, counter terrorism and intelligence. Compensation payments for victims of overseas terrorism.|
|Payments to local authorities in respect of local area agreements, secure accommodation placements, Prisons, Prison Service College, the Parole Board, Youth Justice Board, grants to “Prisoners abroad”, welfare to work schemes, payments to other government departments and associated non-cash items.|
|2. Overseeing the effective operation of the devolution settlement in Scotland and representing the interests of Scotland within the UK Government||14,774,239,000||1,600,000|
|Administration; the Boundary Commission for Scotland; payments of a grant to the Scottish Consolidated Fund; and associated non-cash items.|
|3. To support the Secretary of State in discharging his role of representing Wales in the UK Government, representing the UK Government in Wales and ensuring the smooth working of the devolution settlement in Wales||7,565,067,000||0|
|Administration; Lord Lieutenants' expenditure; payments of a grant to the Welsh Consolidated Fund; and associated non-cash items.|
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