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Mr. Dhanda: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how many HE2 forms were submitted in 2001; and how many applicants completed details of financial obligations as described in question 39. 
Margaret Hodge: To date in the 200102 academic year 718,000 students in England and Wales have submitted HE2 forms to their local education authorities. All applicants are required to complete details of financial obligations as described in question 39.
Mr. Timms: The first teachers on the Fast-Track Programme will take up posts in September 2002. 110 successful candidates took up places in Fast-Track Initial Teacher Training in September 2001; teachers on the Fast-Track Programme are required to gain Qualified Teacher Status before taking up approved Fast-Track posts in schools.
Mr. Ivan Lewis: Subject to parliamentary approval of the necessary Supplementary Estimate, the Department for Education and Skills' DEL (including the Office for Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Schools (Ofsted) which has a separate Estimate) will be increased by £83,651,000 from £20,220,827,000 to £20,304,478,000 and the administration costs limits will be changed as follows.
|Sure Start (RfR3)||3,449||441||3,890|
|Children and Young People's Unit (RfR4)||2,666||-175||2,491|
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The increase in the voted resource element of the DEL for RfR1, (£129,703,000) arises from the take up of £108,000,000 of End-Year Flexibility provision; the increase in receipts of £20,000,000 resulting from the winding up of the Training and Enterprise Councils; the increase of £30,000,000 in receipts surrendered to the Consolidated Fund, the transfer of £8,511,000 to the Department for Work and Pensions for Basic Skills, disability issues undertaken by the Disability Rights Commission and hardship payments to young people in lieu of bridging allowances; the transfer of £2,175,000 from the Department for Trade and Industry; the transfer from Student Tuition Fees of £1,450,000 to the Teacher Training Agency Grant in Aid; the transfer of £1,400,000 to the Office of Her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Schools in England to fund increased contract prices and the monitoring of schools facing challenge; the transfer of £1,105,000 from the Department for Transport, Local Government and the Regions for a project to address the training and skills in the Road Haulage Industry, Neighbourhood Surveys and a pilot project on Resident's Consultancy; the transfer to the Home Office of £920,000 for the prison education service and a contribution to the Black Training and Enterprise Group; the transfer of £500,000 to the Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs towards the Milk and Milk Products (Pupils in Educational Establishments) (Scotland) Regulations 2001; the net transfer of £137,000 to the Department of Health for the Care Standards Tribunal, Personal Social and Health Education and the Protection of Children Act Tribunal; the net transfer of £84,000 to the Scottish Executive for the Scottish Council of National Training Organisations and European education programmes; the transfer of £45,000 from the Office for National Statistics for Neighbourhood Statistics; the transfer of £8,037,000 to the Department for Work and Pensions, £568,000 to the Department of Trade and Industry and £15,000 to the Cabinet Office as part of the machinery of government changes announced by the Prime Minister on 8 June 2001; and the virement of £90,000,000 from non-voted DEL to reflect the changes in funding certain departmental programmes.
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The decrease in the voted capital element of the DEL for RfR1, (£4,875,000) arises from receipts of £6,063,000 from the Department of Trade and Industry, the virement of £1,200,000 from non-voted capital to fund the loss on the sale of Letchworth Skill Centre, the transfer of £45,000 from the Office for National Statistics for Neighbourhood Statistics and the transfer of £57,000 to the Department of Trade and Industry as part of the machinery of government changes announced by the Prime Minister on 8 June 2001.
The decrease in the non-voted resource element of the DEL for RfR1, (£69,750,000) arises from an increase of £20,000,000 to the grant in aid to the Learning and Skills Council, a transfer of £1,450,000 from Student Tuition fees to the Teacher Training Agency to fund flexible Initial Teacher Training Fees and a virement of £91,200,000 to voted DEL to reflect the changes in funding certain departmental programmes and the loss on the sale of Letchworth Skill Centre.
The increase in the non-voted capital element of the DEL for RfR1, (£6,813,000) arises from the transfer from the Department of Health for the National Institute of Psychiatry (£750,000) and the increase of £6,063,000 in the provision for the Higher Education Funding Council for England funded by the receipts from the Department of Trade and Industry.
Adam Price: To ask the Prime Minister when (a) he and (b) officials in his office were first informed of the donation registered by the Electoral Commission under the name of Mr. Lakshmi N. Mittal on 20 June 2001. 
Mr. Burstow: To ask the Prime Minister if he will place in the Library the most recent delayed discharge figures referred to in his answer given to the right hon. Member for Ross, Skye and Inverness, West (Mr. Kennedy) on 30 January 2002, Official Report, column 283; and if he will make a statement. 
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