The devolved administrations said that while a recent rise in GDP during the summer was welcome, it was clear that much of the uplift was down to temporary factors and that sustained growth had "yet to gain momentum".
What does DA stand for?
DA stands for Devolved Administration (UK)
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- Developing Activity
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- Development Application (Australia)
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- Developmental Authority
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- Devil's Advocate
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STATISTICS released by the National Audit Office have revealed that the spend per person by the National Health Service in England at pounds 1,900, is well behind that of the three devolved administrations of the UK, where expenditure is on average 10% higher One example of the disastrous effects of this is that there are 25% fewer nurses, midwives and health care visitors in England than there are in Scotland, where eye tests are free, as is hospital parking.
He said: "The Government is aware of the initiatives on taxation of carrier bags in the devolved administrations and will be interested to see the evidence of their effectiveness and administrative costs.
I was delighted to hear colleagues from the devolved administration say that they recognise the importance of us all working positively together.
uk FORMER Wales Office minister Lord Roberts of Conwy yesterday urged the UK Government to work with devolved administrations to boost prosperity.
Mr Jones and Mr Salmond said: "Given the potentially serious impact of using the UK veto, we remain deeply concerned that the UK Government did so without consulting the devolved administrations.
Prof Muscatelli promised independent advice to the commission and said it would be relevant to a "wider audience" interested in financial accountability and equity in devolved administrations in Scotland, the UK and the world.
They offer an opportunity to learn from each other and share the best policies of three devolved administrations.
The devolved administration is to finalise the site of the multi-sports facility in the autumn after an impassioned debate between supporters and objectors to the scheme.