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Northern Ireland

Volume 408: debated on Friday 11 July 2003

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To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what the subvention to Northern Ireland was in the last financial year. [124364]

The final provision in the Northern Ireland Office's 2002–03 supply estimates for payments to the Northern Ireland consolidated fund was

Economic inactivity rates1 of working age2 people by Parliamentary constituency in Wales
Year to February, percentage
1996–971997–981998–991999–20002000–012001–02
Wales25.326.226.926.225.626.6
Aberavon35.635.136.933.740.532.5
Alyn and Deeside18.323.323.218.121.720.0
Blaenau Gwent33.234.335.432.539.731.5
Brecon and Radnorshire17.119.515.915.116.720.9
Bridgend20.825.423.621.620.224.3
Caernarfon22.829.335.129.720.526.7
Caerphilly34.731.122.823.825.329.0
Cardiff Central20.929.633.222.326.828.0
Cardiff North12.920.223.418.516.320.6
Cardiff South and Penarth21.930.331.822.929.832.6
Cardiff West24.330.830.420.619.723.9
Carmarthen East and Dinefwr24.722.026.134.324.728.5
Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire22.722.926.530.136.528.1
Ceredigion21.125.824.328.133.030.6
Clwyd South328.622.826.126.120.525.1
Clwyd West324.023.621.919.419.625.3
Conwy26.526.923.625.022.326.3
Cynon Valley31.025.321.625.329.835.2
Delyn24.222.522.319.720.724.7
Gower22.118.122.329.124.622.7
Islwyn28.427.829.327.627.528.3
Llanelli27.428.228.722.630.432.8
Meirionnydd Nant Conwy23.03331.220.423.3
Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney29.536.334.831.441.034.1
Monmouth20.421.122.619.819.521.6
Montgomeryshire19.417.423.03318.4
Neath30.729.824.833.736.232.8
Newport East29.628.026.618.815.922.9
Newport West20.123.722.425.320.123.6
Ogmore22.226.131.337.327.826.8
Pontypridd26.923.526.628.424.825.5
Preseli Pembrokeshire23.521.932.330.122.626.2
Rhondda35.334.033.234.037.937.7
Swansea East30.521.827.834.021.127.8
Swansea West32.330.927.333.626.726.2
Torfaen19.124.225.630.226.525.3
Vale of Clwyd27.428.431.127.426.024.1
Vale of Glamorgan26.019.618.225.124.421.0
Wrexham21.827.629.025.021.723.3
Ynys-Mon30.628.525.827.330.927.4
1Economically inactive as a percentage of the working age population.
2 Men aged 16–64 and women aged 16–59.
3 Sample size too small for reliable estimates.

Note:

These Labour Force Survey (LFS) estimates have not yet been adjusted to take account of recent Census 2001 results.

Source:

ONS Labour Force Survey

£8,460,999,000. The provisional outturn figure will be shown in the Public Expenditure Outturn White Paper, due to be published shortly.