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Aid Programme

Volume 986: debated on Friday 20 June 1980

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asked the Lord Privy Seal what adjustment is being made to the aid programme cash limit for 1980–81.

In order to accommodate assistance to Zimbabwe, it has

1. Hospitals
Ashford, Middlesex :Ashford, hospital
Bath, Avon :Royal United hospital North(Bath area central laboratory)
Bedford :Bedford general hospital(Microbiology department)
Billericay, Essex,St. Andrews hospital(Microsurgery laboratory)
Birkenhead :St. Catherine's hospital
Birmingham :Birmingham accident hospital(Pathological laboratory)
Park House(Endocrine department)
Children's hospital
East Birmingham hospital(Pathology department)
Dudley road hospital
Selly Oak hospital
Blackburn :Royal infirmary
Bournemouth :Royal Victoria hospital(Pathology department)
Brighton :Royal Sussex County hospital(Pathology department)
Burnley:General hospital(Central pathology laboratory)
Camberley :Brompton hospital country branch
Cottingham, Humberside :Castle Hill hospital
Croydon :Mayday hospital(Pathological laboratory)
Derby :Microbiology laboratory
Edgware :Edgware general hospital
Epsom, SurreyWest Park hospital(Area pathology laboratory)
Grimsby :General hospital(Pathological department)
Guildford :St. Luke's hospital(Department of nuclear medicine)
Isleworth :West Middlesex hospital(Pathology departments)
Kingston Upon Thames :Kingston hospital(Pathological laboratory)
Leeds :St. James's hospital(Pathology department)
Killingbeck hospital(Regional thoracic surgical centre)
Liverpool :Royal infirmary
London :Brompton hospital
Chelsea hospital for women(Departments of pathology and endocrinology)
Hither Green hospital Lambeth hospital(Southern group laboratory)
London hospital and medical School(Medical, dental and scientific laboratories)
New Cross hospital(Poisons reference service)
Queen Charlotte's maternity(Research laboratories)
Queen Mary's hospital(Professional department of obstetrics and gynaecology)
Royal Dental hospital of London and School of Dental Surgery
Royal Free hospital(Medical and Scientific departments)
University College hospital(X-Ray departments)
West London hospital(Pathology department)

been agreed that £8 million in 1980–81 should be made available from the public expenditure contingency reserve. Subject to parliamentary approval of the necessary Supplementary Estimate, the cash limit for overseas aid (Class II, 10) will be increased by £8 million to £906,560,000. [Vol. 982, c. 1015–6.]