Michael Fabricant: To ask the Secretary of State for Health pursuant to the answer of 2 November 2005, Official Report, columns 114647W, on Lichfield hospital, whether a maternity unit will be provided at the new hospital under construction in Lichfield. 
Mr. Byrne: All aspects of the implementation of modernising medical careers (MMC) are governed through the following structures. The MMC United Kingdom strategy group, attended by the four UK Chief Medical Officers, sets the strategic direction. Implementation in England is managed through the MMC programme delivery board. Input from a wide range of stakeholders is obtained through the MMC UK advisory board. There is also close working with individual stakeholders to manage different aspects of the process.
These bodies are currently developing and assessing the structure of specialist and general practitioners training following the successful introduction of foundation programmes in August this year. Their work encompasses career structures and career prospects for junior doctors.
Ed Balls: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what specialist services are available for families affected by mental health problems in (a) Normanton constituency, (b) Wakefield East primary care trust, (c) Wakefield West primary care trust, (d) Wakefield district and (e) West Yorkshire. 
Adult Mental Health Service Mapping
Tim Loughton: To ask the Secretary of State for Health whether the Government plans to use the review of the general practitioners contract to establish incentives for general practitioners to set up a register for those with mental health problems. 
Mr. Byrne: NHS Employers, on behalf of United Kingdom health Ministers, are responsible for reviewing the General Medical Service contract with the British Medical Association's general practitioners committee. Negotiators have confirmed some changes will be made to the quality and outcomes framework from April 2006, but negotiations are still in progress.
Lynne Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what proportion of the £1 billion allocation to mental health services has been directed to mental health services for (a) child and adolescent mental health services and (b) services of those over 60 years of age. 
Mr. Byrne: The additional investment amounting to £1 billion since the publication of the national service framework for mental health was spent by national health service trusts on mental health services for adults of working age. There has also been additional investment on mental health services for other ages, details of which are shown in the report of the 200405 National Survey of Investment in Mental Health Services" which is available on the Department's website at www.dh.gov.uk/assetRoot/04/11/52/96/04115296.pdf.