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New Deal

Volume 410: debated on Monday 18 August 2003

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To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how much the New Deal for Young People has cost in each year, broken down into expenditure on (a) subsidies to employers, (b) payments to external providers, (c) payments to participants (d) employment service costs and (e) other economic categories. [114555]

To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what proportion of New Deal expenditure was spent on (a) subsidies to employers, (b) payments to external providers, (c) payments to participants, (d) Jobcentre Plus costs and (e) other costs, broken down by programme, in each year since the programme began; and if he will make a statement. [122468]

New Deal for Partners

Spend (£ million)

1997–98

1998–99

1999–2000

2000–4)1

2001–02

2002–03

Subsidies to employers000000
Payments to external providers000110
Payments to participants000000
Departmental administrative costs0151066

1 Information is not available on the breakdown of spend across these categories.

Notes:

1. Due to rounding differences, and changes in allocation, figures provided may not sum to previous figures given.

2. No money was allocated to other economic categories.

Source:

Jobcentre Plus.