Mr. Charles Clarke: We have today published the Working Group's report and a copy has been placed in the Library. It contains over 50 recommendations aimed at improving the image of English football, the behaviour of its followers and the role of football in promoting social inclusion. A targeted action plan is included. The report stresses that the need to improve communication and develop productive partnerships will be crucial to enhancing the game's reputation and maximising its vast potential to help deliver an inclusive and tolerant society.
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The Solicitor-General [pursuant to his reply, 15 March 2001, c. 705W]: Further to the figures quoted, I can confirm that the total sum of damages for the two trials concerned was £54.9 million of which £24.7 million was interest.
Mrs. Curtis-Thomas: To ask the Solicitor-General how many of the cases referred to the CPS as part of Operation Care were (a) accepted and (b) refused; and what the main reasons for refusal were. 
The CPS advised prosecution of 59 suspects; of whom 42 have been finalised, 20 pleaded guilty, seven were convicted after trial, three were acquitted, three were stayed, three were discontinued, one was cautioned, one was abandoned and four died before the proceedings were concluded. Of the remaining 17 to be finalised, 16 are pending and one is awaiting committal.
The CPS advised police not to proceed with cases against a further 101 suspects, 90 because of insufficient evidence and 11 because the public interest was not satisfied. The police are carrying out further inquiries into another 21 cases.
Jane Kennedy: Since the publication of the Quinquennial Review of the Public Trust Office in November 1999 there has been extensive consultation with staff, stakeholders and clients on reform of the Office. We will continue to consult on the way that the Public Guardianship Office provides services to clients when it takes over the mental health functions from the Public Trust Office on 1 April.
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Mr. Lock: My Department has today published a consultation paper "Electronic Conveyancing: A draft order under section 8 of the Electronic Communications Act 2000". This consultation paper has been produced in association with HM Land Registry and the Law Commission. Copies have been placed in the Libraries of both Houses.
Sir Brian Mawhinney: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office if she will list the Cabinet Office Ministers in her Department who visited any of the constituencies which are in the Peterborough Unitary authority area between 1 January 2000 and 14 February 2001, indicating in each case (a) the date of the visit, (b) the constituencies included in the visit and (c) if the local hon. Member met the Minister. 
Mr. Field: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office if she will list (1) the IT projects currently undertaken in her Department; and if she will state the (a) expected completion date and (b) cost of each project; 
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year, ending in July and June 2001 respectively. Both projects are part of the long-term strategy for delivering electronic government, and the Cabinet Office has applied for CMF funding to enable both projects to continue beyond these dates. The value of this work will depend upon which aspects of each project are selected for development during the next phase.
Mr. Chaytor: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry what communications he has received from the Japanese Overseas Reprocessing Committee since the beginning of November 2000; and if he will place copies in the Library. 
Mr. Baker: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry (1) on what date his Department was informed of intelligence reports relating to the Hinduja brothers referred to in paragraph 8.4 of the report of the Hammond Inquiry; 
Mr. Lansley: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry if he will list the television, newspaper and radio advertising and other promotional campaigns conducted by (a) his Department, (b) its agencies and
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(c) its departmental public bodies, in each of the past five years, showing for each the expenditure incurred by his Department; and if he will make a statement.