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Royal Society For The Prevention Of Accidents

Volume 984: debated on Tuesday 6 May 1980

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asked the Secretary of State for Wales how much his Department has paid to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents in each of the last four years; and if he will provide a breakdown of the figures.

The information is as follows:

1976–77£
Salaries, pensions, National Insurance26,684
Transport4,500
Establishment3,250
34,434
1977–78
Salaries, Pensions, National Insurance26,667
Transport5,200
Establishment4,250
36,117
1978–79
Salaries, Pensions, National Insurance29,334
Transport7,080
Establishment4,495
Road Safety Education, Training and Publicity14,000
54,909
1979–80
Salaries, Pensions, National Insurance35,610
Transport7,549
Establishment5,120
Road Safety Education, Training and Publicity20,613
68,892