- In the Emergency Budget Review, the Scottish Government states it is reprioritising £13m by rephasing a commitment to double investment in sport, specifically " Re-phasing of commitment to double investment in sport, reprioritisation of health improvement spending.
- Please set out exactly what within the population health budget has been re-phased, at what value, and how much has been reprioritised from health improvement, at what value? Please break this down by individual budgets or projects.
The £13 million savings applied through the Emergency Budget Review within the Population Health Directorate is broken down into the relevant individual budget lines in the table below:
|Population Health||2022-23 Published Budget £million||2022-23 EBR Saving £million||2022-23 Revised Budget £million|
|Active Healthy Lives||19.400||4.867||14.533|
|Alcohol and Drugs||24.395||1.000||23.395|
|Gender Identity and Healthcare Access||2.000||1.400||0.600|
|Health Improvement & Protection - Other below £2m||39.118||4.733||34.385|
|EBR Savings Total||13.000|
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Central Enquiry Unit
Phone: 0300 244 4000
The Scottish Government
St Andrews House
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