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Volume 531: debated on Monday 26 July 1954

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[26TH ALLOTTED DAY]

REPORT [22nd July]

CIVIL ESTIMATES AND ESTIMATES FOR REVENUE DEPARTMENTS AND SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1954–55; MINISTRY OF DEFENCE ESTIMATE, 1954–55; NAVY, ARMY AND AIR
ESTIMATES, 1954–55.

Resolutions reported,

CIVIL ESTIMATES AND SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1954–55, ARMY ESTIMATES, 1954–55, AND AIR ESTIMATES, 1954–55

1. £179,079,578 for the following services connected with Education in England and Wales, namely:—

CIVIL ESTIMATES, 1954–55
Class IV, Vote 1, Ministry of Education£
164,497,078
Class IV, Vote 11, Universities and Colleges, etc., Great Britain14,582,500
Total£179,079,578

2. £47,080,588 for the following services connected with Kenya, namely:—

CIVIL ESTIMATES AND SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES, 1954–55, ARMY ESTIMATES, 1954–55, AND AIR ESTIMATES, 1954–55
£
Class II, Vote 8, Colonial Office714,660
Class II, Vote 9, Colonial Services (including a Supplementary sum of £227,000)26,475,928
Class II, Vote 11, Development and Welfare (Colonies, etc.)12,500,000
Army Estimates, Vote 3, War Office3,200,000
Air Estimates, Vote 3, Air Ministry4,190,000
Total£47,080,588

3. That a sum, not exceeding £7,763,558, be granted to Her Majesty, to complete the sums necessary to defray the charges for the following services connected with House of Commons Accommodation, etc., for the year ending on 31st March, 1955, namely:—

CIVIL ESTIMATES (AMD SUPPLEMENTARY ESTIMATES), 1954–55
£
Class VII, Vote 2, Houses of Parliament Buildings (including a Supplementary sum of £34,000)283,000
Class VII, Vote 1, Ministry of Works4,676,960
Class I, Vote 4, Treasury and Subordinate Departments2,044,132
Class I, Vote 2, House of Commons (including a Supplementary sum of £126,000)759,466
Total£7,763,558