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Relevant figures are only readily available for deaths where the underlying cause was related to drug poisoning. It is not possible to identify from death certificates which substance was the primary cause when more than one was involved.
There were fewer than five deaths in Gravesham Local Authority involving drug misuse in all but one of the years 1997 to 2003. In order to maintain confidentiality of information supplied to the Office for National Statistics by coroners for statistical purposes only, precise numbers cannot be provided for individual years. These data have, therefore, been provided for rolling five-year periods.
|Roiling five-year period||Number of deaths|
David Mundell: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many people worked in (a) the public sector and (b) the private sector in each local authority area in each of the last six years, broken down by industry. 
The Office for National Statistics publishes a quarterly public sector employment first release that contains UK data and includes an industry breakdown for the public sector. The most recent estimates for Q2 2005 were published on 30 September 2005.
Estimates of the number of people working in the public and private sector at the local authority level are not available. However, on 28th October ONS will be publishing estimates of the proportion of employment in each region of the UK which is in the public sector.
Mr. Austin Mitchell: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer which five management consultancies received the highest value of contracts awarded by his Department in each of the last three years; and what the total value was of the contracts awarded to each. 
Mr. Peter Robinson:
To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many people have been (a) prosecuted and (b) fined in connection with an offence directly
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relating to the illegal use of petrol or diesel in a motor vehicle in Northern Ireland in each of the last five years. 
|Number of convictions|
HMRC do not have figures for prosecutions resulting from all forms of revenue evasion in road fuels for years prior to 200001. Figures for 20042005 will be published in HMRC's Annual Report 200405.
|Number of Civil Penalties|
relating to vehicles seized
Mr. Gale: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what assessment he has made of the eleventh recommendation of the Eighth Report of the Transport Select Committee of Session 200405 on Search and Rescue (HC 3221); and if he will make a statement. 
As National Statistician, I have been asked to reply to your recent question concerning how many cases of skin cancer were diagnosed in England in the last three years for which figures are available. (20811)
|Number of cases|
Dr. Cable: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) if he will list the Department's main suppliers of (a) copier paper, (b) stationery, (c) envelopes and (d) paper for reports; and what the (i) name and (ii) recycled and post-consumer recycled content of each paper is; 
(2) by what date his Department expects to implement in full the quick win targets set by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs to ensure that (a) all copying paper bought by the Department is 100 per cent. recycled with a minimum of 75 per cent. post-consumer waste content and (b) all paper for printed publications bought by the Department is 60 per cent. recycled, of which a minimum is 75 per cent. post-consumer waste; 
(3) what percentage of (a) paper for printed publications and (b) copying paper used by the Department in (i) 200304 and (ii) 200405 was from recycled sources; and how much post-consumer waste this paper contained. 
|Product||Main supplier||(i) Name||(ii) Recycled and|
|(a) Copier paper||Banner Business Supplies Ltd.||Evolve and Steinbeis||100 per cent. recycled with|
100 per cent. post-consumer waste
|(b) Stationery||Banner Business Supplies Ltd.||Various differing products||Varies by product|
|(c) Envelopes||Banner Business Supplies Ltd.||Various differing products||Varies by product|
|(d) Paper for reports: HMRC||Banner Business Supplies Ltd.||Various differing products||No information available|
|(d) Paper for reports: Treasury||Robert Horne||Revive||75 per cent. recycled of which all|
Both HM Treasury and HM Revenue and Customs have already met the Defra quick win target for copying paper. They use Evolve and Steinbeis recycled paper supplied by Banner, which is 100 per cent. recycled and 100 per cent. post consumer waste.
HM Treasury aims to use Revive recycled paper (75 per cent. of which is made from 100 per cent. de-inked post-consumer waste) for all printed publications, and in 200405 approximately 65 per cent. of paper used in the Treasury's printed publications was Revive. Where Revive is not suitable, Crossbow is used. Crossbow contains a minimum of 20 per cent. recycled fibre. HM Treasury is working to further increase the recycled and post consumer waste content of its printed publications.
HM Revenue and Customs have incorporated the Quick Win targets into their procurement policy and guidance and are moving forward in terms of printed publications. All of their contracts for printed publications make provision for the use of recycled paper or materials obtained from sustainable sources. They are liaising with other Government Departments to make the most effective use of contracts for recycled paper and working closely with their print suppliers and output handling teams to ensure that the move to recycled content does not impact on their ability to dispatch and process printed products. As part of their continuing review and corporate re-branding work they are also beginning to look at transferring project work areas such as the 2006 Employers Pack and P2 stationery to recycled content in line with the Quick Win target.
HMRC and HMT are also developing a Sustainable Procurement Strategy which both HMT and HMRC will follow and which will form part of both Departments' new Sustainable Development Action Plan. HMT and HMRC's policy is to ensure paper is used economically and that recycled paper is used wherever it is practical and economic to do so.
|Paper for printed publications|
|HM Treasury||Information not held||Approximately 65 per cent. of paper used was Revive (75 per cent. of which is made from 100 per cent. post consumer waste). The remainder was Crossbow (20 per cent. of which is recycled)|
|HM Revenue and Customs||1.3 per cent. from recycled sources||18.5 per cent. from recycled sources|
|HM Treasury||56 per cent. was recycled, containing 100 per cent. post consumer waste||97 per cent. was recycled, containing 100 per cent. post consumer waste|
|HM Revenue and Customs||88 per cent. was recycled, containing 100 per cent. post consumer waste||98 per cent. was recycled, containing 100 per cent. post consumer waste|
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