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Citizens Advice Bureaux

Volume 13: debated on Monday 16 November 1981

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asked the Secretary of State for Trade whether he is satisfied with the level of financial support planned for citizens advice bureaux.

The financing of individual citizens advice bureaux is primarily a matter for local authorities, which I hope will do everything possible to support the CAB service within current financial constraints. I am satisfied with the current level of Government support for the Citizens Advice Bureaux' national association, which we have increased from £1·852 million in 1979–80 to £4·963 million in the current financial year.