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    • Young people can and should do cool stuff with code! ( )Tuesday, 12 July 2011
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    • A week long hack event run at locations across the UK, ending with a show and tell of web design & code projects to government, industry and press on what has been coded.Tuesday, 12 July 2011
    • YRS 2009 1 centre: Google London YRS 2010 4 centres: Brighton, London, Manchester, Norwich. YRS 2011 10-20 centresTuesday, 12 July 2011
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    • Have a topic / starting point (Will cover “open data” shortly)Tuesday, 12 July 2011
    • Work in teams with other young peopleTuesday, 12 July 2011
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    • Centres & mentors! Get expert help, intern inside exciting companiesTuesday, 12 July 2011
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    • Get creative, solve problems! (Normally starting on a whiteboard or paper)Tuesday, 12 July 2011
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    • Learn new skills - no matter what level of tech knowledge Beginners to budding programmersTuesday, 12 July 2011
    • Presenting & Awards! Gain self confidence, be able to present to anyoneTuesday, 12 July 2011
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    • Daniel, 18Tuesday, 12 July 2011
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    • Open data = hack fuelTuesday, 12 July 2011
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    • Where your money goes: the definitive atlas of UK government spending Border control £1.46bn Department Highways Nuclear Agency Cutting crime £0.411bn for Business, decommissioning Office of Fair £5.4bn Enterprise & authority Office of rail Rest of department £0.237bn Salaries Trading (Oft) Policing Regulatory £7.3bn £0.079bn Scotland regulation £6.7bn £11.5bn New Reform Office £0.030bn Anti-terror £0.219bn equipment Health Wages Army £9.8bn £7.8bn  Department for £30bn Identity & Passport Service £11.3bn £6bn Admin £0.2bn Capital Home Office £0.078bn Promoting business £0.552bn Finance & Transport £3.2bn grants to private sector Citizenship £0.071bn sustainable £9.6bn (10) £8.3bn (2) Ensuring Government acts as an effective growth Bus service £0.4bn £17.6bn & intelligent shareholder £3.5bn operators grant Operating costs £1bn £0.448bn G Capital Government £28.3bn Free & fair markets £0.418bn Education Railways £1.0bn support £ War pensions £2.4bn to local Equalities benefits Better Energy supply and clean energy £0.068bn £2.6bn authorities Office regulation Other £1.1bn Navy £0.083bn £7.6n Defence budget £0.003bn Devolved £1.6bn £2.4bn GLA transport   £32.6bn spending Justice Net capital grants Consular & visa £1.7bn expenditure Running costs £0.944bn operations £0.415bn Office of Gas & Electricity Water Services Regulation Scotland on fixed assets Markets (Ofgem) Authority (Ofwat) Foreign and Commonwealth £2.1bn (7) BBC World Service £0.265bn British Council £0.196bn Royal Air Force £7.6n £1.9n Centre command £0.040bn £0.013bn £31.3bn Rural affairs, environment £0.516bn Office Subscriptions to UN & other bodies £0.130bn Afghanistan Other Global opportunities fund £0.079bn programmes Scholarships £1.504bn NHS £0.024bn £0.028bn Environmental protection Iraq Operational spending Ministry of Defence £90.7bn £1.457bn Forestry Natural resources & rural affairs £0.6bn £0.5bn £0.5bn Departmental operations Balkans £0.026bn £3bn £35.6bn (11) Commission £0.133bn Other £0.4bn Rural Payments agency  African operations World Department of Health environmental £1.2bn £105.7bn £0.025bn operations protection £3.9bn (4) £0.3bn Animal health & welfare £0.020bn Charity Commission Department for for England & Wales Sustainable farming (6) £0.033bn Environment, food & fisheries £0.2bn Food & Rural Other executive Forestry Affairs Commission Local area agencies £0.2bn £0.1bn agreements Other £0.1bn £2bn Arts £0.428bn Museums and Wales Enterprise Social Justice & £1.7bn galleries £0.483bn regeneration Accident & Architecture & history £0.194bn Food Standards Office Local £1.2bn £0.642bn NHS pensions £1.6bn emergency Sport £0.522bn Libraries £0.154bn Agency government Tourism £0.057bn £0.172bn £6bn £4bn £14bn Maternity DCMS Royal parks £0.020bn Environment As the party conference season gets underway and public spending again £3.0bn £4.9bn £0.346bn goes under the spotlight, The Guardian and the Institute for Fiscal Studies Health & present the ultimate guide to how central government spends our money. Personal £2.1bn Department Independent bodies Social Devolved Rural affairs From hospital beds to missiles, this is what happens to your taxes social Broadcasting for Culture £1.6bn (14) £0.147bn services and media Media & Sport services £5.5bn spending National School Culture, Welsh of Government £1.7bn £6.6bn Wales language & Sport £0.003bn General schoo £14bn £0.134bn Total departmental spending, 2007/2008 £31.7bn £586.35bn National lottery funds distributed Department for Children, National Savings Schools and Families Schools £60.9bn & Investments £0.170bn (3) £41.2bn £4.0bn State pensions £57.6bn Sixth for £0.3bn £2.0bn (through and skill Other Department for Work £1.8bn Other schools Housing benefit and Pensions Children & families Teachers pension £0.6bn £1.1bn spending £137.7bn £15.6bn £2.9bn scheme Other spending £10.7bn ICT Academies & Young people specialist on services for £1.2bn (5) children & families £5.8bn schools £1.8bn Learning & Skills S Sure Start £0.6bn £4.5bn Council (excluding Higher education l sixth form funding) funding council £ Disability £0.8bn for England benefit Education £7.0bn £15.2bn Debt interest maintenance allowance Other spending on services for £29.9bn young people (1) HM Revenue Other and Customs £1.27bn Policing & security Departm Benefit spending in GB £30.9bn admin Prisons £0.142bn spending Child Trust Innovatio Income £125.3bn £2.9bn Paybill Communities and (9) Fund Northern Compensation agency £0.048bn Criminal justice £0.047bn Universit £0.24bn Ireland £1.55bn support £7.7bn £2.8bn HM Crown Prosecution Local Government Her Majesty’s Treasury Office Public Prosecution service £0.037bn £21.5b Youth Justice Agency £0.022bn £34.3bn Service Inspectorate £0.219bn (8) Bloody Sunday inquiry £0.005bn £0.004bn Crown Prosecution Revenue & Customs Service (CPS) Prosecutions Office £0.616bn Health, £0.036bn Security Social Pension Serious Fraud Spending by local and Child benefit Services Offender services credit Office regional government £10.6bn £1.59bn £3.8bn £7.5bn management £0.048bn £23.7bn £1.7bn Education £1.990bn Ministry Other Tax credits Cabinet Office for the Third Sector £19.5bn (9) Public of Justice Criminal justice reform £0.107bn Improving spending Office £0.172bn BBC media monitoring £0.025bn Devolved Employment & learning Incapacity supply & quality £3.7bn £7.9bn spending £0.7bn Depa £9.4bn prisons of housing SCOPE programme £0.023bn benefit Intern £0.5bn £1.809bn Private prisons £6.9bn E-delivery £0.018bn Northern Reg development £6.6bn £0.264bn £2.1bn £1.5bn Over-75s Government security programme £0.005bn Ireland £0.3bn Devel £1.9bn Treasury Solicitors TV licences Publicly funded Tribunals Service £0.297bn Department Government Actuarys Electronic communications assurance programme £8bn Agriculture £0.2bn Co Winter Statutory legal services £0.77bn Office of Communications Department Enterprise, trade £0.2bn £0 fuel Jobseeker’s maternity HM courts service Electoral Commission £0.001bn Finance £0.2bn allowance pay £1.673bn Attorney (Ofcomm) £0.424bn payments Public £1.214bn £0.022bn Environment bodies Generals Office £0.081bn (13) £0.1bn Culture, arts & leisure £0.1bn £1.629bn £0.7bnNOTESThe figures give a picture of major expenditure but exclude local than the total budget, because some of the smaller government than that spent on the NDA. This is because the department payments - these payments are large but covered by transfers (6) Hospital and community health services spending is (7) Running costs includes salaries, hospitality budgets, home (9) Spending on Child Benefits and Tax Credits etc does not (11) Includes £3bn extra above budget from Treasury reserves DCMS, rest from licence fees from broadcasters and mediagovernment spending not controlled by central government. It departments are funded via the larger ones, such as the makes money back with efficiency savings from EU so do not show up as net spending here estimated — figures to be published December 2008. Estimate and overseas accommodation costs. Administration and come out of the departmental expenditure pot to cover operations. The total amounts may not sum as there are organisationsalso excludes government departments who are predominantly Parliamentary Counsel Office, funded via the Cabinet Office. (3) SureStart spending includes childcare and nursery funding (5) Benefit spending excludes child benefit, guardians based on previous annual spending. Excludes spending on family programme amounts combined here (10) Rest of policing funding includes funding of bodies related overlapping amounts, ie between salaries and running costs (14) Includes: House of Commons, House of Lords and Nationalfinanced by their income, such as the Crown Estate or the Export (1) Interest paid on the public debt (4) Animal health includes disease prevention, dealing with BSE allowance; widow’s pensions; statutory paternity pay, statutory health services and GP prescriptions. Wages are also estimated, (8) Excludes Northern Rock, 2008-09 spending of at least to policing, such as the Police Complaints Authority and the (12) Now part of the Cabinet Office Audit OfficeCredits Guarantee Department. The totals here add up to more (2) Total spending on energy liabilities is actually £6.8bn, less etc. The Rural Payments Agency is the body that distributes CAP adoption pay - these paid by HMRC, MoD, DBERR respectively based on previous years figures £14bn National Crime Intelligence Service (13) The amount of government funding from DBERR and (15) Split between Parliament direct, the FCO and DBERR Tuesday, 12 July 2011
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    • Downloaded Current Google Maps spreadsheets computer time + + ...of geo-tagged bus stop locations ( )Tuesday, 12 July 2011
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    • Manchester libraries Manchester geo-tagged Current image search photos on Flickr computer date + +Tuesday, 12 July 2011
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    • Can’t code?(developing Start sketching can still concepts) develop concepts & get started No excuses.Tuesday, 12 July 2011
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    • Starting with design + help, then learning how to make itTuesday, 12 July 2011
    • Isabell, 16Tuesday, 12 July 2011
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    • Downloaded Maths related Google Charts spreadsheets headaches! + +Tuesday, 12 July 2011
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    • “Since 1 August, 18 government headquarter buildings have been reporting real time energy consumption online”Tuesday, 12 July 2011
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    • Apps are cool. Start developing some concepts No excuses!Tuesday, 12 July 2011
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    • Top tips for learning to code... • Have a project • Start simple, learn HTML and/or use design tools. • Get help, ask around. • Look up “___ tutorial” • “Save as” files regularly • Attend YRS :)Tuesday, 12 July 2011
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    • Sign up! http://youngrewiredstate.org Questions? dan@rewiredstate.orgTuesday, 12 July 2011