1979 Oct 24 - 1979 Nov 19
Prime Ministerial Private Office files

Economic policy (Public Spending) (Part 6)

Document type: File list item
Source: TNA, PREM19 series
Release date: 2009 Dec 30
Classification: Secret
Page count: 292
Any docs withheld? No

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79 Oct 31 Wed Economy: Stevas letter to MT (reduction in funding of Assisted Places Scheme) [Stevas: "a little concerned"] [declassified 2009]
79 Nov 1 Thu Economy: Armstrong briefing for MT ("Public Expenditure") [1983-84 outstanding issues] [declassified 2009]
79 Nov 1 Thu Economy: Paymaster General's note ("Speaking Notes for Ministers on Public Expenditure White Paper") [declassified 2009]
79 Nov 5 Mon Economy: Cabinet Office letter to Treasury ("Public Expenditure White Paper") [MT wants less precise figures for later years] [declassified 2009]
79 Nov 5 Mon Economy: No.10 record of conversation (MT-Chancellor of the Exchequer) [economic assumptions & forecasts] [declassified 2009]
79 Nov 6 Tue Economy: Treasury letter to No.10 ("The Public Expenditure White Paper Covering the Years After 1980-81") [presentation] [declassified 2009]
79 Nov 7 Wed Economy: Armstrong briefing for MT ("Public Expenditure 1981-82 to 1983-84 (C(79) 54") [summary of bilaterals] [declassified 2009]
79 Nov 7 Wed Economy: Armstrong minute to MT ("Nationalised Industries' Investment and Financing (C(79) 56)") [summary of bilaterals] [declassified 2009]
79 Nov 9 Fri Economy: Biffen minute to PM ("Nationalised Industries: External Financing Limits") [Treasury conceding ground] [declassified 2009]
79 Nov 14 Wed Economy: No.10 letter to Department of the Environment ("Rate Support Grant Settlement 1980/81") [MT's suggested revisions to proposed statement] [declassified 2009]
79 Nov 15 Thu Economy: Scottish Office letter to No.10 (announcement of Rate Support Grant settlement) [MT surprised at degree of preferential treatment of Scotland] [declassified 2009]
79 Nov 16 Fri Economy: Armstrong letter to Whitmore (further review of public expenditure) [limited reopening of 1980-81, larger for later years] [declassified 2009]