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Written questions on the subject Comprehensive Spending Review


 
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AQW 24808/11-15 Mr Peter Weir
(DUP - North Down)
To ask the Minister of Finance and Personnel to detail the Barnett consequentials of the Chancellor's recent Comprehensive Spending Review announcement.

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28/06/2013 Answered on 09/07/2013
AQW 18315/11-15 Mr Robin Swann
(UUP - North Antrim)
To ask the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development how much she has set aside in her budget to mitigate the effects of Welfare Reform in each year of the next Comprehensive Spending Review period.

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10/01/2013 Answered on 23/01/2013
AQW 12990/11-15 Mr Trevor Lunn
(APNI - Lagan Valley)
To ask the Minister of Finance and Personnel for his assessment of the potential outcome from the next UK-wide Comprehensive Spending Review, given the ongoing stagnation of the UK economy overall.

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15/06/2012 Answered on 25/06/2012
AQW 12989/11-15 Mr Trevor Lunn
(APNI - Lagan Valley)
To ask the Minister of Finance and Personnel what further proposals, for raising finance or creating additional efficiencies, he intends to bring in advance of the Assembly before the next Comprehensive Spending Review.

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15/06/2012 Answered on 26/06/2012
AQO 593/11 Mr P J Bradley
(SDLP - South Down)
To ask the Minister for Employment and Learning for his assessment of the likely impact of the Comprehensive Spending Review on his Department's budget.

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11/11/2010 Answered on 23/11/2010
AQW 2275/11 Ms Sue Ramsey
(SF - West Belfast)
To ask the Minister of Justice whether any of his Department's Comprehensive Spending Review proposals for revenue and capital will be Equality Impact Assessed; and if so, to outline the process that will be followed.

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19/11/2010 Answered on 02/12/2010
AQW 2274/11 Ms Sue Ramsey
(SF - West Belfast)
To ask the First Minister and deputy First Minister whether any of their Department's Comprehensive Spending Review proposals for revenue and capital will be Equality Impact Assessed; and if so, to outline the process that will be followed.

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19/11/2010 Answered on 30/11/2010
AQW 2273/11 Ms Sue Ramsey
(SF - West Belfast)
To ask the Minister for Social Development whether any of his Department's Comprehensive Spending Review proposals for revenue and capital will be Equality Impact Assessed; and if so, to outline the process that will be followed.

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19/11/2010 Answered on 02/12/2010
AQW 2234/11 Ms Sue Ramsey
(SF - West Belfast)
To ask the Minister for Regional Development whether any of his Department's Comprehensive Spending Review proposals for revenue and capital will be Equality Impact Assessed; and if so, to outline the process that will be followed.

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18/11/2010 Answered on 30/11/2010
AQW 2233/11 Ms Sue Ramsey
(SF - West Belfast)
To ask the Minister for Employment and Learning whether any of his Department's Comprehensive Spending Review proposals for revenue and capital will be Equality Impact Assessed; and if so, to outline the process that will be followed.

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18/11/2010 Answered on 30/11/2010
AQW 2232/11 Ms Sue Ramsey
(SF - West Belfast)
To ask the Minister of the Environment whether any of his Department's Comprehensive Spending Review proposals for revenue and capital will be Equality Impact Assessed; and if so, to outline the process that will be followed.

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18/11/2010 Answered on 01/12/2010
AQW 2231/11 Ms Sue Ramsey
(SF - West Belfast)
To ask the Minister of Enterprise, Trade and Investment whether any of her Department's Comprehensive Spending Review proposals for revenue and capital will be Equality Impact Assessed; and if so, to outline the process that will be followed.

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18/11/2010 Answered on 29/11/2010
AQW 2230/11 Ms Sue Ramsey
(SF - West Belfast)
To ask the Minister of Education whether any of her Department's Comprehensive Spending Review proposals for revenue and capital will be Equality Impact Assessed; and if so, to outline the process that will be followed.

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18/11/2010 Answered on 01/12/2010
AQW 2220/11 Ms Sue Ramsey
(SF - West Belfast)
To ask the Minister of Health, Social Services and Public Safety whether any of his Department's Comprehensive Spending Review proposals for revenue and capital will be Equality Impact Assessed; and if so, to outline the process that will be followed.

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17/11/2010 Answered on 02/12/2010
AQW 2219/11 Ms Sue Ramsey
(SF - West Belfast)
To ask the Minister of Finance and Personnel whether any of his Department's Comprehensive Spending Review proposals for revenue and capital will be Equality Impact Assessed; and if so, to outline the process that will be followed.

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17/11/2010 Answered on 25/11/2010
AQW 2218/11 Ms Sue Ramsey
(SF - West Belfast)
To ask the Minister of Culture, Arts and Leisure whether any of his Department's Comprehensive Spending Review proposals for revenue and capital will be Equality Impact Assessed; and if so, to outline the process that will be followed.

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17/11/2010 Answered on 30/11/2010
AQW 2217/11 Ms Sue Ramsey
(SF - West Belfast)
To ask the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development whether any of her Department's Comprehensive Spending Review proposals for revenue and capital will be Equality Impact Assessed; and if so, to outline the process that will be followed.

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17/11/2010 Answered on 01/12/2010
AQO 468/11 Mrs Michelle O'Neill
(SF - Mid Ulster)
To ask the Minister of Finance and Personnel for his assessment of how the recent Comprehensive Spending Review will impact on public spending.

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21/10/2010 Answered on 09/11/2010
AQO 462/11 Mr Fred Cobain
(UUP - North Belfast)
To ask the Minister of Finance and Personnel to provide an update on the Executive's financial position following the Comprehensive Spending Review.

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21/10/2010 Answered on 09/11/2010
AQO 435/11 Mr John O'Dowd
(SF - Upper Bann)
To ask the Minister of Enterprise, Trade and Investment for her assessment of the potential job losses in the public and private sectors over the next four years as a result of the recent Comprehensive Spending Review.

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21/10/2010 Answered on 08/11/2010
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