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Hugh Bayley: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills what the expenditure was on (a) research and (b) teaching in each United Kingdom medical school in the latest year for which figures are available. 
With the exception of St. George's medical school, medical schools in England form part of their parent university and are funded through the block grant provided by the relevant funding councils for England and the devolved administrations. Once the grant has been allocated, it is for each institution to decide how to spend it.
Hugh Bayley: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills what the capital value was of the (a) laboratories, (b) equipment and (c) other assets used for research in each United Kingdom medical school in the latest year for which figures are available. 
Mr. Brady: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills what additional resources will be provided under her Department's new strategy for London schools, broken down by (a) proposed end use and (b) financial year in which it will be spent. 
Mr. Stephen Twigg: As Minister with responsibility for the London schools strategy, I am looking forward to discussions with key partners about what additional resources should be provided and to what purpose. Provisional plans are:
£7.5 million to expand the training of talented teachers needed to lead and manage the most challenging schools in London; aimed at existing heads, deputies and middle managers (£0.5 million in 200203, £3.5 million in 200304, £3.5 million in 200405).
£10.0 million to boost provision for gifted and talented pupils in London establishing centres in 13 LEAs to improve the teaching and learning of gifted pupils and establish a programme of recruiting pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds to the schemes (£2.0 million in 200203, £3.9 million in 200304, £4.1 million in 200405).
£5 million for an Innovation Fund to encourage and incentivise new forms of partnership working between successful and less successful schools and the development of new types of secondary school in London (£0.5 million in 200203, £2.0 million in 200304, £2.5 million in 200405).
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Up to £2.5 million to fund the work of a London Schools Commissioner to implement the strategy for London schools (£0.5 million in 200203, £1.0 million in 200304, £1.0 million in 200405). This will be finalised once precise tasks are clearer.
Mr. Laws: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office if he will list the statistics that are collected by his Department by English parliamentary constituency; and if he will make a statement. 
Mr. Stunell: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office what guidance his office has issued since May 1997 to Government Departments and agencies in relation to (a) energy conservation and energy efficiency and (b) the purchasing of energy from renewable sources; and when the guidance was issued. 
Guidance to the public sector on conserving energy and improving energy efficiency has been provided by the Energy Efficiency Best Practice Programme, and this work is now part of the Carbon Trust's Action Energy scheme. This programme has also provided a range of guidance specifically for the Government Estate and Departments have been supported by site specific visits and consultancy advice.
The guidance issued by Government on renewable energy purchase was published on 16 January 2001, in HTML format only, and was placed on the Greening Government website (http://www.defra.gov.uk/environment/greening/ energy/elec/index.htm)
Mr. Andrew Turner: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he will list the public consultations undertaken by his Department since June 2001, stating in each case the (a) number of respondents and (b) percentage of those specifically consulted who responded. 
|Date||Paper||(a) Number of respondents||(b) Percentage of those specifically consulted who responded|
|28 June 2001||Consultation (under section 85 and section 75 and schedule 9 of the NI Act) on a proposal for a draft Criminal Injuries Compensation Order and Scheme||16||8|
|August 2001||Consultation paper on the review of Part 1 of the Sex Offenders Act 1997||22||18|
|20 September 2001||Consultation of Rehabilitation of Offenders (Exceptions) (Amendment) (No. 2) Order (Northern Ireland) 2001||12||3|
|20 September 2001||Police Trainee Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2001||6||26|
|March/April 2002||Police Service of Northern Ireland (Recruitment of Police Support Staff) Regulations 2002||3||23|
|13 March 2002||Draft code on appointment of independent members to the District Policing Partnerships||20||62|
|28 February 2002 31 May 2002||Consultation on the possible appeal of the Terrorism Act||24||28|
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The Human Rights and Equality Unit have recently published for consultation, the Government's response to the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission's review of powers recommendations. Responses are not required until 16 August 2002.
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Criminal Justice Review Team
The draft Justice (Northern Ireland) Bill was published for public consultation on 12 November 2001. (a) There were approximately 40 responses from individuals and representatives groups. (b) No groups or individuals were specifically targeted in the consultation.
Mr. McNamara: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he will break down the operating costs of his Department by relative spending on each specialist (a) unit and (b) programme in each of the last three years. 
|Criminal Damage/ Compensation||87,000,000||77,000,000||69,106,000|
|Criminal Justice Reform||761,000||560,000||455,000|
|Grants to voluntary bodies (crime prevention, etc.)||2,579,000||1,794,000||2,333,000|
|Bloody Sunday Inquiry||13,000,000||19,000,000||19,179,000|
|NI Human Rights Commission||572,000||924,000||1,304,000|
|Central Misc. Services||13,700,000||16,286,000||18,124,000|
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