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Gershon Review

Volume 456: debated on Tuesday 6 February 2007

To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what definition he uses of non-cashable savings as made following the Gershon review. (118739)

Within the Gershon efficiency programme, non-cashable efficiency gains occur when productivity or output quality increases, either for the same resource inputs or a proportionally smaller increase in resource inputs, in a way that does not release financial resources that can be deployed elsewhere.