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13th December 2002 at 00:00
Per pupil percentage funding increase by region

NORTH EAST 6.6%

Gateshead 6.7%

Newcastle 6.0%

North Tyneside 7.0%

South Tyneside 5.6%

Sunderland 7.0%

Hartlepool 7.0%

Middlesbrough 7.0%

Redcar and Cleveland 6.5%

Stockton-on-Tees 5.9%

Durham 6.4%

Darlington 7.0%

Northumberland 7.0%

NORTH WEST amp; MERSEYSIDE 6.0%

Knowsley 5.0%

Liverpool 5.3%

St Helens 7.0%

Sefton 6.6%

Wirral 4.6%

Bolton 7.0%

Bury 6.6%

Manchester 7.0%

Oldham 7.0%

Rochdale 7.0%

Salford 7.0%

Stockport 6.0%

Tameside 7.0%

Trafford 6.1%

Wigan 7.0%

Cheshire 5.6%

Halton 5.1%

Warrington 6.2%

Lancashire 4.5%

Blackburn 7.0%

Blackpool 4.9%

Cumbria 7.0%

YORKSHIRE AND THE HUMBER 6.5%

Barnsley 6.2%

Doncaster 6.9%

Rotherham 6.9%

Sheffield 6.9%

Bradford 7.0%

Calderdale 6.2%

Kirklees 7.0%

Leeds 7.0%

Wakefield 7.0%

City of Kingston-upon-Hull 6.4%

East Riding of Yorkshire 4.9%

North East Lincolnshire 4.0%

North Lincolnshire 4.7%

North Yorkshire 6.9%

York 4.8%

EAST MIDLANDS 5.6%

Derbyshire 7.0%

Derby 6.1%

Leicestershire 3.2%

Leicester 6.9%

Rutland 7.0%

Nottinghamshire 5.3%

Nottingham City 7.0%

Lincolnshire 4.3%

Northamptonshire 6.6%

WESTMIDLANDS 6.2%

Birmingham 7.0%

Coventry 7.0%

Dudley 7.0%

Sandwell 7.0%

Solihull 6.4%

Walsall 7.0%

Wolverhampton 7.0%

Staffordshire 5.1%

Stoke on Trent 7.0%

Herefordshire 5.3%

Worcestershire 4.2%

Shropshire 4.4%

The Wrekin 4.3%

Warwickshire 7.0%

EASTERN 3.8%

Bedfordshire 3.2%

Luton 5.5%

Cambridgeshire 7.0%

Peterborough 7.0%

Essex 3.2%

Southend 3.2%

Thurrock 3.2%

Hertfordshire 3.2%

Norfolk 3.2%

Suffolk 3.5%

INNER LONDON 6.1%

City of London 7.0%

Camden 3.6%

Greenwich 7.0%

Hackney 7.0%

Hammersmith and Fulham 3.2%

Islington 6.9%

Kensington and Chelsea 3.2%

Lambeth 4.1%

Lewisham 6.9%

Southwark 7.0%

Tower Hamlets 7.0%

Wandsworth 7.0%

Westminster 7.0%

OUTER LONDON 4.7%

Barking and Dagenham 3.2%

Barnet 7.0%

Bexley 3.2%

Brent 5.5%

Bromley 3.2%

Croydon 3.2%

Ealing 7.0%

Enfield 3.2%

Haringey 3.2%

Harrow 7.0%

Havering 3.2%

Hillingdon 6.5%

Hounslow 7.0%

Kingston upon Thames 6.3%

Merton 7.0%

Newham 6.5%

Redbridge 3.7%

Richmond upon Thames 3.2%

Sutton 3.2%

Waltham Forest 3.2%

SOUTH EAST 3.5%

Buckinghamshire 3.2%

Milton Keynes 3.4%

East Sussex 3.2%

Brighton and Hove 3.2%

Hampshire 3.2%

Portsmouth 3.2%

Southampton 3.2%

Bracknell Forest 5.3%

Windsor amp; Maidenhead 3.2%

West Berkshire 7.0%

Reading 7.0%

Slough 3.2%

Wokingham 7.0%

Kent 3.2%

Medway 3.2%

Isle of Wight Council 3.2%

Oxfordshire 3.2%

Surrey 3.5%

West Sussex 3.2%

SOUTH WEST 4.6%

Isles of Scilly 7.0%

Bath and North East Somerset 5.8%

City of Bristol 7.0%

North Somerset 3.5%

South Gloucestershire 5.5%

Dorset 3.2%

Poole 4.3%

Bournemouth 3.2%

Wiltshire 5.1%

Swindon 5.5%

Devon 4.7%

Plymouth 3.2%

Torbay 4.4%

Cornwall 4.5%

Gloucestershire 5.0%

Somerset 3.2%

England 5.2%

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