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National Lottery Charities Board

Volume 264: debated on Monday 23 October 1995

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To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will itemise the costs of running the National Lottery Charities Board since its establishment specifying (a) staff costs, (b) consultancy fees and (c) payments to individual board members. [37921]

In the 14 months to September 1995, the National Lottery Charities Board spent £5.26 million on one-off start-up costs and on administration. This represents less than 3 per cent. of the money available to it through the national lottery distribution fund. Of this, approximately £1.4 million was spent on staff costs, £1.25 million on consulting fees and £44,000 on travel and subsistence payments to board members.