Supplementary Estimates 2020-21
The Government published its proposed changes to spending plans for 2020-21 on 22 February 2021, in the Supplementary Estimates 2020-21.
The Backbench Business committee has selected the following Estimates for debate.
Wednesday 10 March 2021
- The spending of the Cabinet Office insofar as it relates to the 26th Conference of Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP26) - read the debate pack here.
- The spending of the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport and support for the DCMS Sectors during the Covid-19 recovery - read the debate pack here.
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Government Departments' Estimates memoranda
Government departments are required to produce an Estimates memorandum for the relevant select committee to explain what is proposed in their Main Estimate and how proposals compare to past spending plans. Select Committees publish these memoranda on their webpages- for ease of reference links to those published so far are given below.
- Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
- Cabinet Office
- Digital, Culture, Media and Sport: memorandum and tables
- Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
- Foreign Commonwealth and Development Office: memorandum and tables
- Health and Social Care: not yet published
- HM Revenue and Customs: memorandum
- Home Office: memorandum and tables
- Housing, Communities and Local Government: memorandum and tables (1) and (2)
- International Trade: memorandum
- Justice: Memorandum and Tables
- Northern Ireland: not yet published
- Scotland: memorandum and tables
- Treasury: memorandum and tables
- Wales: memorandum and tables
- Work and Pensions: memorandum and tables
Smaller departments and pension funds' memoranda are below
- Armed Forces Pension
- Charity Commission: not yet published
- Civil Service Pensions
- Competition and Markets Authority
- Crown Prosecution Service: memorandum
- Food Standards Agency: not yet published
- Government Actuary's Department: memorandum
- HM Land Registry
- Judicial Pension Scheme: memorandum
- National Archives: not yet published
- National Crime Agency
- National Savings and Investments
- Ofgem: not yet published
- Office of Rail and Road: not yet published
- Ofwat: memorandum
- Overseas staff pensions
- Parliamentary & Health Service Ombudsman
- Royal Mail Pensions
- Statistics Board: not yet published
- Teachers' Pensions
- Treasury Solicitor: memorandum
- UKAEA Pension Scheme
- UK Export Finance: memorandum
- UK Supreme Court: not yet published
The formal documents which set out these spending plans- the 2020-21 Supplementary Estimates themselves can be accessed here.
The original Spending Round 2019 document on which these plans are based is here.