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Mr. Letwin: To ask the Deputy Prime Minister, pursuant to the answer to the hon. Member for South-West Bedfordshire of 25 January, Official Report, columns 11856W, on Government funding of the voluntary sector, if he will list the grant schemes and other mechanisms by which the Cabinet Office distributes funding to voluntary sector organisations. 
Mr. Yeo: To ask the Deputy Prime Minister how many digital radios are owned by his Department for use in departmental buildings from which Ministers work; and what the (a) cost and (b) date of purchase of each radio was. 
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Saturday and (b) on Sunday by his Department, stating for each subscription (i) the number of copies taken, and (ii) the annual cost; 
Mr. Leslie: Since the implementation in October 1999 of the BQS initiative (a five-year rolling programme) the Cabinet Office has reviewed approximately 50 per cent by value of its pre-2001 Election units/functions.
Following the Election the Cabinet Office has undergone a significant restructuring. The timing and nature of future BQS reviews of Cabinet Office functions/services will be considered in the light of these changes and the outcome of the current Spending Review.
Mr. Yeo: To ask the Deputy Prime Minister if he will list the number of subscriptions to (a) digital terrestrial, (b) digital satellite and (c) digital cable television held by his Department for services in any departmental building from which Ministers work, stating for each subscription its (i) cost and (ii) purpose. 
Mr. Leslie: The Cabinet Office pays one subscription for digital satellite television services in departmental buildings from which Ministers work. £82 per month is paid to Sky Digital to allow access to the full breadth of news TV channels.