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Covid spend (2020)

Request

  1. The total spent on coronavirus provisions (posters, stickers, signs etc.) at The House of Commons
  2. Breakdown of spending since March on making the House of Commons COVID-secure (i.e. how much exactly was spent on posters, stickers, signs etc)
  3. Would this spending have come from taxpayers? (i.e. I assume this isn't privately financed)

 

Response

  1. The total spent on coronavirus provisions (posters, stickers, signs etc.) at The House of Commons
    and
  2. Breakdown of spending since March on making the House of Commons COVID-secure (i.e. how much exactly was spent on posters, stickers, signs etc)
    The House of Commons holds information related to Covid-19 provisions.
    The requested information, and breakdowns where held.
    Please note that the House of Commons does not typically disaggregate the costs of Covid-19 posters, stickers or signs as specified in your response from general printing costs. Rather, the information recorded by the House relates to work costs or the broader costs of services rendered to the House.
  3. Would this spending have come from taxpayers? (i.e. I assume this isn't privately financed)
    This information is held by the House of Commons. All expenditure by the House is drawn from the House of Commons’ budget from monies drawn down from HM Treasury. Information on the budget for the House of Commons can be found on our Transparency pages.