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The methodology used to make estimates of international migration to and from the UK has been improved in recent years. The new methodology has been used to produce revised estimates back to 1991. Therefore the estimate for 1990 would not be directly comparable with those for other years. For this reason, the attached table shows estimates for 1991 onwards. The most recent estimates are for 2003. Estimates for 2004 will be published in November 2005.
These estimates are extracted from the annual reference volume "Series MN, International Migration". The most recent edition, "Series MN no.30, International migration, 2003", includes estimates for 1994 to 2003. Copies of this publication, and earlier editions, can be accessed at: http://www.statistics.gov.uk/STATBASE/Product.asp?vlnk=507.
|United Kingdom||Inflow(6)(immigration to the UK)|
As National Statistician, I have been asked to reply to your recent Parliamentary Question asking how many people were employed in the manufacturing industry in Brent East Parliamentary Constituency and in each London borough. (2540)
The attached table shows the number of employee jobs in manufacturing, in the requested areas, from 1997 to 2003. This is the latest year for which information is available. The data are published on the Office for National Statistics' Nomis website (http://www.nomisweb.co.uk/). Comparable figures for those local areas, including self-employed jobs are not available.
|Brent East Parliamentary Constituency||3||3||3||3||2||2||2|
|Barking and Dagenham||15||16||16||12||10||9||9|
|City of London||5||5||3||4||5||4||3|
|Hammersmith and Fulham||5||6||6||7||7||7||7|
|Kensington and Chelsea||5||5||5||5||5||5||4|
Sarah Teather: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what representations he has received regarding the VAT liability of the proposed staging of the Live8 concert in Hyde Park; and if he will make a statement. 
Mr. Ivan Lewis: The Government have discussed VAT and other issues with Live8 and their advisers, and have already announced support with staging and clear-up costs for the Hyde Park event, worth some £500,000.
Mr. Philip Hammond: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will list the private finance initiative and public private partnership projects the Treasury is undertaking; and what the status is of each. 
John Healey: The Treasury's only PFI project is for its office building at 1 Horse Guards Road. Details of the scheme are on the Treasury website http://www.hm-treasury.gov.uk/about/about_building/about_goggs_goggs.cfm.
To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry what EU legislation was implemented by (a) the Employment Relations Bill 1999, (b) the Working Time Regulations 1999, (c) the Fire Precautions (Workplace) (Amendment) Regulations 1999, (d) the Transnational Information Consultation of Employees Regulation 1999, (e) the Part-time Workers (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2000, (f) the Wireless Telegraphy (Licence Charges) (Amendment) Regulations 2000, (g) the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Bill: Parts 1 and 3, (h) the Maternity and Parental Leave (Amendment) Regulations 2001, (i) the Building (Amendment)
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Regulations 2001 and the Building (Approved Inspectors etc.) (Amendment) Regulations 2001 and (j) the Undertakings on Supermarket Supplier Relations (Code of Practice). 
Mr. Sutcliffe: This question requests details of the EU legislation giving rise to a number of pieces of UK legislation. The following table giving the reply, indicating the source of the legislation, approximately one third of which is purely domestic and was not instigated by the EU.
|UK legislation||Implemented by:|
|Employment Relations Bill 1999||Council Directive 98/23/EC Part-Time Work Council|
|Directive 96/34/EC Parental Leave|
|Working Time Regulations 1999||Council Directive 93/104/EC on aspects of the organisation of working time|
|Fire Precautions (Workplace)(Amendment) Regulations 1999||Council Directive 89/39/EC Safety and Health of Workers at Work|
|Council Directive 89/654/EC Minimum Health and Safety Requirements for the workplace|
|Transnational Information Consultation of Employees Regulation 1999||Council Directive 97/74/EC on the establishment of a European Works Council|
|Part-Time Workers (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment) Regulations 2000||Council Directive 98/23/EC Part-Time Work|
|Wireless Telegraphy (License Charges)(Amendment) Regulations 2000||Domestic legislation. However, compatible with Parliament and Council Directive 97/13/EC on common framework for general authorisations and individual licenses in the field of telecommunication services, now repealed by 2002/21/EC|
|Regulation of Investigatory Powers Bill: Parts 1 and 3||Domestic legislation|
|Maternity and Paternal Leave (Amendment) Regulations 2001||None. Amends and updates 1999 Regulations implementing Council Directive 97/75/EC which amends and extends Council Directive 96/34/EC on framework agreement on parental leave|
|Building (Amendment) Regulations 2001||Domestic legislation|
|Undertakings on Supermarket Supplier Regulations (Code of Practice)||Domestic legislation|
Mr. Davidson: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry what EU legislation was implemented by (a) the Industrial Training Levy (Construction Board) Order 2002, (b) the Employment Act 2002, (c) the Control of Asbestos at Work Regulations 2002, (d) the Flexible Working (Procedural Requirements) Regulations 2002, (e) the Dangerous Substances and Explosives Atmospheres Regulations 2002, (f) the Sale and Supply of Goods Consumer Regulations 2002, (g) the Additives for Use in Animal Nutrition (England) Regulations 2003, (h) the Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (Amendment) Regulations 2003, (i) the Building (Amendment) Regulations 2003, (j) the Employment Relations Bill and (k) the Consumer Credit Regulations 2004. 
Mr. Sutcliffe: This question requests details of the EU legislation giving rise to a number of pieces of UK legislation. The following table, indicating the source of the legislation, approximately one third of the pieces of legislation listed were not instigated by the EU.
|Industrial Training Levy (Construction Board) Order 2002||Domestic legislation|
|Employment Act 2002||Domestic legislation|
|Control of Asbestos at Work Regulations 2002||Council Directive 76/769/EC (the Marketing and Use Directive) as amended by Council Directive 83/478/EC|
|Council Directive 83/477/EC as amended by Council Directive 91/382/EC Council Directive 98/24/EC|
|Flexible Working (Procedural Requirements) Regulations 2002||Domestic legislation|
|Dangerous Substances and Explosives Atmospheres Regulations 2002||Council Directive 98/24/EC Chemical Agents Directive|
|Council Directive 92/92/EC Explosives Atmospheres Directive|
|Sale and Supply of Goods Consumer Regulations 2002||Council Directive 99/44/EC on certain aspects of the sale of consumer goods and associated guarantees|
|Additives for use in animal nutrition (England) Regulations 2003||The enforcement of EC Regulation 1831/2003 on additives for use in animal nutrition will be provided by the Feeding Stuffs (England) Regulations 2005|
|Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (Amendment) Regulations 2003||Council Directive 99/3 8/EC amending Council Directive 90/394/EC on the protection of workers from risks related to exposure to carcinogens at work|
|Building (Amendment) Regulations 2003||Domestic legislation|
|Employment Relations Bill||Council Directive 2002/14/EC on Informing and Consulting Employees|
|Consumer Credit Regulations 2004||Domestic legislation|
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