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It is not possible to say what proportion of expenditure was spent on learning disability services from the public purse funded by central Government in the last financial year. This is because Government expenditure on adult social care funding is part of a larger sum of money given by Government to councils and it is the responsibility of individual councils to determine how these funds are allocated between different local priorities, including adult social care.
Council services are funded from three different sources:
the formula grant distributed by the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) to each council;
the council’s ability to raise revenue through council tax and making local means tested charges for services; and
by specific grant allocation from the Department of Health and other Government Departments.