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Written Question
NHS: Weather
6 Oct 2020

Questioner: Simon Clarke (CON - Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland)

Question

What additional support he is providing to the NHS ahead of winter 2020-21.

Answered by Edward Argar

This Government is committed to supporting the National Health Service and wider social care sector this winter, as it has throughout this year. In July, the Government announced £3 billion in additional funding, alongside £450 million for accident and emergency department upgrades and expansions. Similarly, we are supporting adult social care with a further £546 million of infection control funding over this winter. Where health policy is devolved, the devolved nations have benefitted from the appropriate Barnett consequentials.


Written Question
NHS: Finance
8 Mar 2018

Questioner: Simon Clarke (CON - Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland)

Question

To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, pursuant to the Answer of 20 February 2018 to Question 127238, what comparative estimate he has made of the change in the level of real term funding for the NHS in 2017-18 and 2020-21 .

Answered by Steve Barclay

The change in the level of National Health Service funding between 2017-18 and 2020-21 is presented in the table below.

NHS England

NHS England Total Departmental Expenditure Limit (cash) £ billions

Cash increase %

NHS England Total Departmental Expenditure Limit (2017-18 prices) £ billions

Real terms increase %

2017-18

109.9

3.7%

109.9

2.1%

2018-19

114.0

3.8%

112.4

2.3%

2019-20

115.9

2.1%

112.6

0.2%

2020-21

119.1

2.8%

113.8

1.0%


Written Question
NHS: Finance
20 Feb 2018

Questioner: Simon Clarke (CON - Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland)

Question

To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what comparative estimate he has made of the change in the level of real term funding for the NHS in 2010-11 and 2017-18.

Answered by Steve Barclay

The table below sets out National Health Service funding and real terms increases from 2013-14, when NHS England was established.

Year

NHS England Mandate (cash) £ billion

Real terms increase % (2017-18 prices)

2017-18

109.9

2.1

2016-17

106.0

3.2

2015-16

100.5

2.6

2014-15

97.3

1.3

2013-14

94.7

Prior to 2013-14, NHS funding was measured only through the Department’s total departmental expenditure limit (TDEL). The table below sets out TDEL from 2010-11 – 2013-14.

Year

TDEL (cash) £ billion

Real terms increase % (2017-18 prices)

2013-14

109.8

2.6

2012-13

105.2

0.2

2011-12

102.8

1.0

2010-11

100.4

0.22

Notes:

- Expenditure figures from 2010-11 are on an aligned basis following the Government's Clear Line of Sight programme.

- Total expenditure is the sum of revenue + capital expenditure net of non-trust depreciation.


Written Question
NHS: Finance
10 Oct 2017

Questioner: Simon Clarke (CON - Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland)

Question

To ask the Secretary of State for Health, what the real terms increase was in NHS funding as set out in the NHS mandate between 2013-14 and 2017-18.

Answered by Philip Dunne

The funding outlined in the 2017-18 NHS Mandate represents a £8.479 billion (8.3%) real terms increase on that set out in the 2013-14 Mandate.