Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Let us look at the figures for central Government expenditure per head of population in the north and the south.
This contained many proposals for the regeneration of these areas, including greater central government expenditure, which ran counter to the government's ideas.
Another major component of central government expenditure in Scotland is on healthcare and healthcare related services.
In FY 2004, central government expenditures were divided as follows:
Therefore central government expenditure is reduced.
In 2001 central government expenditures on health care accounted for about 6 percent of gross domestic product (GDP).
As part of this transparency agenda, the Government has made a number of initial commitments with regard to central government expenditure.
Four new areas were added in 1986-7, including training for school governors, and education about the misuse of drugs; and central government expenditure rose to 34 million.
This type of argument presents a link between local government districts (or areas), central government representation and central government expenditure.
Central Government Expenditures.
If I had to operate the EU system, then, because I qualify 13 accounts, I might have to qualify the whole British central government expenditure".
The only advantage of the proposals from the government's point of view was that they offered the possibility of appearing to reduce central government expenditure, a cause dear to the Tory heart.
In 2013, with over 4.6 billion TL (Turkish Lira), Diyanet or Ministry of Religious Affairs, occupies the 16th position of central government expenditure.
In the mid-1970s and early 1980s, according to figures released by the Polish Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, between 32 and 38 percent of central government expenditures went towards defense.
Currently the C&AG is an officer of the House of Commons who is the head of the National Audit Office, the body that scrutinises central government expenditure.
However, central government expenditure is increasing its share of total spending on areas such as education (opted-out schools, F.E. colleges and sixth forms centrally funded) and housing (grants to housing associations).
The NAO produces a wide range of reports on all aspects of central government expenditure, but many of these deal with marginal topics like government leaflets, countryside rights of way and railway stations.
The reduction was intended not only to save central government expenditure but also to put pressure on local authorities to curb their own spending by increasing the local cost thus making the expenditure more 'visible' to both councillors and the electorate.
This project, which is being carried out by David Winchester, is exploring the ways in which recent changes in central government expenditure planning and financial controls have affected the structure, process, and outcome of national collective bargaining in local authorities.
These Education Support Grants (ESGs) were first offered to local authorities in England and Wales in 1985-6, for 12 areas including science teaching in primary schools, maths teaching generally, and the provision of micros for children with special educational needs; the total central government expenditure was 10 million.
The UK Government along with the Parliament of the United Kingdom retains full control over Scotland's fiscal environment, in relation to taxation (including tax rates and tax collection) and the overall share of central government expenditure apportioned to Scotland, in the form of an annual block grant.