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Mr. Weir: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what the annual expenditure on (a) fixtures and fittings, (b) general office expenses and (c) office equipment was of (i) her Department and (ii) each (A) non-departmental public body, (B) executive agency and (C) other public body for which her Department is responsible in each English region in each of the last three financial years; and what the planned expenditure is for 200506 in each case. 
Jane Kennedy: The information requested is not available and can only be obtained at disproportionate cost. The Department does not collect information on such categories of expenditure made by its executive agencies and executive non-departmental public bodies but details of their financial position can be found in their published annual reports.
Mr. Weir: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what funding her Department has granted to the (a) General Chiropractic Council, (b) General Dental Council, (c) General Medical Council, (d) General Optical Council, (e) General Osteopathic Council, (f) Health Professions Council, (g) Nursing and Midwifery Council and (h) Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain in each of the last three years. 
|General Chiropractic Council||0||0||0|
|General Osteopathic Council||0||0||0|
|General Dental Council||2,321.10||378,351.44||234,982.40|
|General Medical Council||212,753.65||20,759.24||0|
|General Optical Council||0||0||0|
|Health Professions Council||1,330,000.00||0||0|
|Nursing and Midwifery Council||1,962,749.67||937.04||762.14|
|Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain||4,254,502.93||3,231,191.85||5,413,614.20|
Mr. Binley: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many prescriptions of the morning after pill were given in the Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Rutland strategic health authority in the last 10 years, broken down by age of the patient. 
Emergency contraception is also available through community contraception clinics, and can be purchased over the counter by those aged over 16. The Department does not hold data centrally on the latter.
|35 and over||144||124||118||119|
Jane Kennedy: Information on the number of sight tests by constituency or by pensioners is not collected or held centrally. The Department does not count the number of pensioners receiving free sight tests, but does count the number of free sight tests given to persons aged 60 or over.
The Hendon constituency lies solely within the Barnet primary care trust (PCT). The estimated number of free national health service sight tests for persons aged 60 or over, paid by Barnet PCT for the year ending March 31 2005 is 24,477.
Ms Rosie Winterton: The national health service is in receipt of record resources as a result of the Government's policy on funding the NHS. Funding of the NHS has increased from £34.7 billion in 199798 to £69.7 billion in 200405. By 200708, spending on the NHS will have increased to over £92 billion.
This means that compared to the £84.6 million it received in 200304, North Peterborough primary care trust (PCT) will receive a funding allocation of £153.2 million in 200708. Over the same period, South Peterborough PCTs funding allocation will rise from £64.8 million to £114.2 million in 200708.
The responsibility for local health services lies with the local NHS. It is for PCTs in conjunction with strategic health authorities and other local stakeholders to plan and develop services to meet the needs of their populations using the funding allocated.
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Mr. Byrne: It is for clinicians, in partnership with their patients, to decide on when and how to advise patients of test results. The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists' guideline number 36, Prevention of Early Onset Neonatal Group B Streptococcal Disease" and the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence's clinical guideline, Antenatal Care: Routine care for the healthy pregnant women" give guidance based on research evidence.
The NHS Health Technology Programme has commissioned a study of different approaches to the management of Group B Streptococcus in pregnancy. A review of the international evidence forms part of this work.
James Brokenshire: To ask the Secretary of State for Health whether the Havering primary care trust was successful in obtaining a share of the £95 million which was offered to those PCTs which had successfully implemented the new 'Choose and Book' system within the Government's deadline of 31 December 2005. 
Mr. Lansley: To ask the Secretary of State for Health pursuant to the oral evidence from Mr. John Bacon to the Health Committee on 1 December 2005, HC736-i, on public expenditure on health and personal social services 2005, if she will place in the Library the details of diagnostic waiting times referred to in answer to question 188. 
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