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Waste Paper Collection

Volume 929: debated on Monday 4 April 1977

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asked the Secretary of State for the Environment, in the light of the success of the Paper Savings Movement, based on 7, Barclays Avenue, Salford, and the sums of money raised

  • Mr. J. W. T. Hill
  • Mr. E. S. Hillman
  • Mr. P. Lewis
  • Lt. Col. H. M. Llewellyn, CBE
  • Mr. P. B. Lucas, DSO, DFC
  • Mr. I. S. McCallum
  • Mr. A. J. M. Miller, DSC, VRD
  • Mr. K. K. Mitchell
  • Lord Rupert Nevill
  • Mr. A. Pascoe, MBE
  • Miss M. E. Peters, MBE
  • Professor H. B. Rodgers
  • Mr. W. J. Slater
  • Dr. P. N. Sperryn
  • Mr. M. R. Steele-Bodger
  • Mr. P. Stephenson
  • Lt. Gen. Sir James Wilson, KBE, MC
  • Mr. J. B. Wilson, OBE

asked the Secretary of State for the Environment if he will state the amount of the Sports Council grant for 1977–78; and what percentage increase this represents over 1976–77.

Subject to the approval of the Estimates that have been presented to Parliament, the grant-in-aid to the Sports Council will be –11·5 million. In cash terms this represents an increase of 12·7 per cent. over 1976–77.