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John Healey: A chronological list, prepared by the Office of Public Sector Information, of all Command Papers produced by individual Departments since 10 May 2001 has been placed in the Library of the House and is also accessible at www.opsi.gov.uk.
Adam Price: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether the figures for capital expenditure on health in the nations and regions included in the Public Expenditure Statistical Analysis include those amounts invested through the private finance initiative. 
Mr. Des Browne:
The capital expenditure figures in the Public Expenditure Statistical Analysis do not include investments through the private finance initiative, except where PFI schemes have been classed as on the public sector balance sheet.
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Mr. Des Browne: The Identity Cards Programme is scheduled to have a Gateway 1 review in July 2005. The current dates were agreed with the Home Office in May 2005. There had been a provisional intention to hold the Gateway 1 review in March 2005.
Mr. Amess: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what the current ratio between men and women is aged (a) 20 to 65 years and (b) 65 years and over; and what the equivalent figures were for (i) 1976 to 1980, (ii) 1981 to 1985, (iii) 1986 to 1990, (iv) 1991 to 1995, (v) 1996 to 2000 and (vi) 2001 to 2004. 
|Males 2064 (number)||15,522,600|
|Females 2064 (number)||15,727,200|
|Males 65+ (number)||3,606,800|
|Females 65+ (number)||4,853,900|
The attached table gives equivalent data for the years you requested, though 2001 to 2003 is shown, rather than the 2001 to 2004 you requested, as 2003 are the latest available data. Mid-2004 population estimates will be published on 25 August 2005.
|Males 2064||Females 2064||Ratio M/F||Males 65+||Females 65+||Ratio M/F|
|Average population 1976 to 1980||(28)13,747,200||13,824,500||0.99||2,862,200||4,450,600||0.64|
|Average population 1981 to 1985||14,118,000||14,196,100||0.99||2,967,600||4,578,900||0.65|
|Average population 1986 to 1990||14,593,300||14,665,400||1.00||3,152,500||4,766,600||0.66|
|Average population 1991 to 1995||14,921,100||15,045,400||0.99||3,295,900||4,846,000||0.68|
|Average population 1996 to 2000||15,117,700||15,295,100||0.99||3,415,700||4,837,400||0.71|
|Average population 2001 to 2003||(29)15,448,500||15,654,200||0.99||3,558,000||4,842,800||0.73|
Charles Hendry: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he met representatives of the Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation during his visit to China in February; and if he will make a statement. 
Chris Huhne: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer in what ways the income tax treatment of Ministers differs from the tax treatment of individuals receiving comparative pay and emoluments in the private sector,with particular reference to (a) residences and (b) cars. 
The tax treatment of transport and subsistence for the Speaker, Ministers and Opposition office-holders is covered by specific legislation in section 295 of the Income Tax (Earnings and Pensions) Act.
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Chris Huhne: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what the total value was of the imputed rent for tax purposes on official residences provided to Government Ministers in each of the last 10 years. 
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