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Mr. Hoyle: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, pursuant to his answer of 10 June 2002, Official Report, column 770W, on vehicle registration numbers, whether he intends to extend the vehicle registration number facility to cater for third parties through a regulatory reform order; and if he will make a statement. 
Mr. Jamieson: We are keen to introduce third party entitlement at the earliest opportunity. We are looking for a suitable legislative slot. The regulatory reform procedure is being considered along with other options.
|Population(17)||Total||Including at least one child under 4||Including at least one adult over 65|
|England and Wales||52,499||22,833||2,407||5,640|
|England non-metropolitan authorities||31,194||13,519||1,375||3,492|
|Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly(18)||495||217||20||60|
|Herefordshire and Worcestershire||701||309||29||92|
|Isle of Wight||131||57||(19)||18|
|England metropolitan authorities||18,395||8,059||908||1,805|
|Tyne and Wear||1,076||481||51||123|
|Mid and West Wales||841||372||34||118|
|Highlands and Islands||267||114||(19)||31|
|Lothian and Borders||890||390||37||83|
|Dumfries and Galloway||141||64||(19)||18|
(16) Not seasonally adjusted.
(17) The populations listed in this table are those used in the context of LFS estimates. They include people resident in private households, student halls of residence and NHS accommodation.
(18) The LFS does not provide for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly separately.
(19) Sample size too small for reliable estimate.
ONS Labour Force Survey
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Mr. Goodman: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, Local Government and the Regions if he will list the activities pursued by his Department that have had a particular impact on the Wycombe constituency since 7 June 2001. 
The former Department for Transport, Local Government and the Regions was responsible for major programmes of capital investment in transport, housing and urban renewal, and implementing strategic policy objectives, many of which have long-term horizonsthe transport 10-year plan, the programme for modernising local government, the urban renewal agenda.
Many of these programmes will impact on the hon. Member's constituency. For example: Wycombe district council received a Housing Capital Guideline allocation of £1,455,000 for 200203 plus an additional Basic Credit Approval of £100,000 based on performance. Wycombe district council received a Disabled Facilities Grant allocation of £228,000. The Secretary of State approved spending on the Cash Incentive Scheme of £154,162 for 200102 and £134,417 for 200203.
The hon. Member's constituency would also have benefited from a part of the local single capital pot allocation to Buckinghamshire county council for 200102, which totalled £15.171 million. It is for the county council to decide how best to use these funds and what proportion should be used within the hon. Member's consistency.
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Sandra Gidley: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions if he will list the women's organisations that have been consulted over proposed legislation by her Department during (a) 200001 and (b) 200102 sessions; and if their responses have been published. 
National Federation of Women's Institutes
Scottish Women's Aid
Welsh Women's Aid
Women's Aid Federation of England
National Board of Catholic Women
National Council of Great Britain
The Business and Professional Women UK Ltd.
WINVISIBLE (Women with Visible and Invisible Disabilities)
Southwark Muslim Women's Association
Waltham Forest Asian Mother's Group
Cardiff Women in Mind
Union of Women Teachers
Birmingham Women's Aid
National Women's Register.
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Mr. Webb: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions if he will estimate the amount of each means-tested benefit which is unclaimed by (a) all age groups and (b) pensioners for each region within Great Britain. 
Malcolm Wicks [holding answer 10 June 2002]: The information requested is not available by region. However, the latest estimates for Great Britain, including separate estimates for pensions where appropriate, of the amounts of unclaimed income-related benefits can be found in "Income Related BenefitsEstimates of Take-Up 19992000", a copy of which is available in the Library.
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