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Mrs. Iris Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many households received funding from the Warm Homes Scheme in the last 12 months in each Westminster parliamentary constituency in the Province. 
|Constituency||Number of households in receipt of insulation measures(35)||Number of households in receipt of heating measures(35)|
|Newry and Armagh||683||324|
Mrs. Spelman: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how much was raised in gross revenue in domestic water rates in Northern Ireland in 200405; and how much he expects to be raised in (a) 200506 and (b) 200607. 
You recently asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland a Parliamentary Question about the gross revenue raised from domestic water rates in Northern Ireland in 200405, and the estimated gross revenue for 200506 and 200607. I have been asked to reply as this issue falls within my responsibility as Chief Executive of Water Service.
There are no domestic water charges in Northern Ireland and therefore no income has been or will be raised from water rates in the 3 year period to March 2007. In September this year, the Government announced that domestic water and sewerage charges would be introduced in Northern Ireland from 1 April 2007.
Dr. Cable: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills if she will list the occasions in the last five years on which 0870 telephone numbers have been used by her Department as contact numbers for members of the public; and how much revenue was received from the use of 0870 contact numbers in each of the last five years for which records are available. 
|Number of lines|
|Main DfES Switchboard Number||1|
|Public Communications Unit (PCU)||1|
|Office of the Schools Adjudicator (OSA)||1|
|Special Educational Needs Tribunal (SEN Tribunal)||5|
|EDUBASE (Provision of schools data to the public)||1|
Julia Goldsworthy: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how many and what proportion of young people aged 16 to 18 were (a) in full-time education, (b) in employment, (c) in training and (d) not in education, employment or training in each year since 1997, broken down by local authority area. 
Tables showing numbers and proportions of 16 and 17-year-olds in (a) full-time education and (c) work based learning (e.g.
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apprenticeships) are available at local authority level for 1997 onwards. These were published in the Statistical First Release Participation in education and training by 16 and 17 year olds in each local area in England". Figures for 18-year-olds are not available at a local level.
To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills what percentage of lessons is recorded as set
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by ability in (a) Year 7, (b) Year 8, (c) Year 9, (d) Year 10 and (e) Year 11 in secondary schools inspected by Ofsted between 1995 and 2004. 
The tables (attached) show the percentage of lessons seen by inspectors during the academic years 1996/97 and 2002/03. The data were not recorded by inspectors for 1995/96 and in 2003/04 inspectors were not required to distinguish between setting and banding in the information they recorded about lessons.
|Year group||Total number of lessons||Percentage of setted lessons||Total number of lessons||Percentage of setted lessons||Total number of lessons||Percentage of setted lessons||Total number of lessons||Percentage of setted lessons|
|Total Year 711||144,793||32.2||84,180||34.2||116,666||35.1||90,149||35.0|
|Year group||Total number of lessons||Percentage of setted lesson||Total number of lessons||Percentage of setted lesson||Total number of lessons||Percentage of setted lesson|
|Total Year 711||73,454||39.1||65,496||37.5||59,719||37.6|
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