§ Mr. Wilshire
To ask the Secretary of State for Wales how much central Government money was spent per capita in 1998 in Wales on(a) primary schools, (b) secondary schools, (c) further education colleges and (d) universities. 
§ Mr. Hain
The majority of central Government money for education in schools is provided to local authorities by the unhypothecated revenue support settlement, and in 1997–98 (on the latest information available) the local authority unit costs per pupil are:
£ Nursery and primary 1,902 Secondary 2,609 Nursery, primary and secondary 2,187
arrangements have been enhanced. Initiatives include assessments of local authorities' emergency planning arrangements and a series of inter-agency events and seminars, delivered in central London, at the Emergency Planning College and in regional centres.