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Physics (European Projects)

Volume 893: debated on Tuesday 17 June 1975

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asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science what support Great Britain now gives to European projects on high energy physics; and if he will make a statement.

Her Majesty's Government support European collaboration in high energy physics by contributing to the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN). The subscription for the current year amounting to about £15·3

TEACHERS' SALARIES: ENGLAND AND WALES
£m.
Financial yearNursery, primary, secondary and special educationFurther education, including polytechnicsTeacher trainingTotal
1970–7169215722870
1971–72824183251,032
1972–73984219281,231
1973–741,123234301,388
1974–751,656346432,045
1975–761,866387462,298
1976–771,926394462,367
Notes:
1. Data for 1970–71 to 1974–75 inclusive are out-turn figures at out-turn prices, those for 1974–75 being estimated.
2. Data for 1975–76 and 1976–77 are the estimates in Public Expenditure to 1978–79 (Cmnd. 5879) revalued to November 1974 prices, including adjustments to take account of the Houghton award.