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Mr. Devine: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport what Lottery funding has been provided (a) in Scotland and (b) in each Scottish constituency in each of the last five years. 
Mr. Caborn: The information is as follows.
(a) Lottery funding awarded by all of the lottery distributing bodies across Scotland:
(b) Lottery funding awarded by all of the lottery distributing bodies in each Scottish constituency:
|Airdrie and Shotts||572,497||783,629||1,464,455||1,819,587||514,262|
|Argyll and Bute||4,429,623||3,122,271||8,524,806||2,937,646||4,271,811|
|Ayr, Carrick and Cumnock||2,150,725||1,292,438||3,113,358||2,737,009||1,342,728|
|Banff and Buchan||407,052||857,545||1,898,784||1,467,642||468,590|
|Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk||4,558,101||3,037,261||4,683,952||2,428,412||1,431,177|
|Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross||2,715,926||1,422,666||1,399,713||775,677||1,945,037|
|Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill||1,387,837||875,271||3,517,120||807,469||5,861,889|
|Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East||209,850||1,418,415||2,982,212||2,999,291||714,075|
|Dumfries and Galloway||1,763,141||2,553,280||2,279,253||2,413,623||4,390,321|
|Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale||2,793,322||2,015,877||2,615,310||680,001||510,263|
|Dunfermline and West Fife||1,042,970||433,962||365,397||3,642,608||467,174|
|East Kilbride, Strathaven and Lesmahagow||921,591||1,280,658||424,763||596,347||542,249|
|Edinburgh North and Leith||6,554,139||7,598,959||14,486,618||3,177,634||5,803,822|
|Edinburgh South West||1,777,940||1,958,586||4,337,269||354,073||454,721|
|Glasgow North East||360,636||560,868||2,638,817||1,766,411||862,227|
|Glasgow North West||2,935,439||326,609||950,546||1,506,719||168,435|
|Glasgow South West||2,084,437||126,412||971,709||1,261,404||1,266,312|
|Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey||5,053,256||3,039,533||5,186,174||3,635,730||2,640,375|
|Kilmarnock and Loudoun||1,854,903||717,726||2,639,309||829,489||1,305,478|
|Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath||1,462,355||1,465,313||4,292,996||1,872,372||575,204|
|Lanark and Hamilton East||1,563,836||3,104,378||4,218,507||1,982,258||1,672,516|
|Linlithgow and East Falkirk||1,764,498||3,141,181||5,090,395||737,967||454,395|
|Motherwell and Wishaw||652,219||1,075,979||622,697||1,687,138||1,747,877|
|Na h-Eileanan an Iar||1,008,149||5,169,902||3,430,980||3,149,371||895,401|
|North Ayrshire and Arran||4,281,117||4,143,729||1,479,909||924301||1,182,297|
|North East Fife||2,781,645||958,945||1,460,715||638,469||307,768|
|Ochil and South Perthshire||2,931,586||127,448||1,280,524||453,893||1,212,981|
|Orkney and Shetland||2,841,405||4,467,791||3,036,032||1,373,932||2,009,453|
|Paisley and Renfrewshire North||2,291,349||1,103,553||1,919,707||506,689||991,195|
|Paisley and Renfrewshire South||2,543,660||1,405,297||3,222,817||862,099||1,688,460|
|Perth and North Perthshire||1,640,794||1,152,444||3,390,324||3,233,256||347,456|
|Ross, Skye and Lochaber||1,997,718||5,622,565||3,474,868||2,052,186||2,741,779|
|Rutherglen and Hamilton West||1,000,152||2,144,984||2,871,790||482,547||1,188,197|
|West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine||837,694||851,775||1,333,893||281,276||307,644|
|Total for Scotland||144,560,712||119,559,887||201,559,954||112,250,167||146,991,931|
This information is derived from the Department's Lottery awards database, searchable at www.lottery.culture.gov.uk, which uses information supplied by the lottery distributors.
Mr. Weir: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport what the value was of (a) public opinion research and (b) public relations contracts awarded by her Department in 200405 in (i) each (A) nation and (B) region of the UK and (ii) London. 
Mr. Lammy: (a) The Department commissioned two pieces of research containing a component of public opinion research:
1. A survey of participation and attendance across DCMS sectors, 'Taking Part', was commissioned in 2005. In addition to asking about respondent's participation in areas of DCMS responsibility, there are a small number of questions on the survey which can be classified as relating to public opinion. On average, the survey takes 40 minutes to complete, and we estimate that one and a half minutes of this is taken up by public opinion questions.
The total cost of the survey is £2.5 million, but only a small proportion of this relates to public opinion research.
2. A survey of live music provision was commissioned in June 2004. Although primarily focussed on collecting information from venue operators about the extent of live music provision in their establishment, it contained a number of questions about changes to the licensing regime, their awareness of this and their perceptions of the impact it would have upon them.
The total cost of the survey was £127,252.
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(b) The spend on public relations contracts in 200405 was £100,000.
The campaign proved to be excellent value for money as it enabled us to access over 236,000 (advertising value equivalentAVE) of space in high profile consumer publications on a targeted national and regional scale for zero cost.
It is not possible to give the value by nation, region of UK and London as the contract was not specified in this way and we could provide this information only at disproportionate cost.
Mr. Prisk: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport how many regulatory reform orders her Department has laid before Parliament in each of the last five calendar years. 
Mr. Lammy: The Department has laid five Regulatory Reform Orders before Parliament in the last five calendar years. The details are listed as follows.
|SI number||SI title|
|2001/3937||The Regulatory Reform (Special Occasions Licensing) Order 2001|
|2002/1602||The Regulatory Reform (Golden Jubilee Licensing) Order 2002|
|2002/3205||The Regulatory Reform (Special Occasions Licensing) Order 2002|
|2003/3275||The Regulatory Reform (Gaming Machines) Order 2003|
|2004/1939||The Regulatory Reform (Museum of London) (Location of Premises) Order 2004|
John Bercow: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport if she will list the statutory instruments introduced by her Department since 6 May 2005. 
Mr. Lammy: A list of statutory instruments introduced by this Department since 6 May 2005 is set out in the following table.
|2005/1464||The European Convention on Cinematographic Co- production (Amendment) (No.2) Order 2005.|
|2005/1519||The Public Lending Right Scheme 1982 (Commencement of Variations) Order 2005.|
|2005/1522||The Royal Parks (Regulation of Specified Parks) Order 2005.|
|2005/1748||The Safety of Sports Grounds (Designation) Order 2005.|
|2005/1751||The Football Spectators (Seating) Order 2005.|
|2005/1830||The Olympic Lotteries (Declaration that London is to host the 2012 Olympic Games) Order 2005.|
|2005/1831 (C.78)||The Horserace Betting and Olympic Lottery Act 2004 (Commencement No.3) Order 2005|
|2005/1974||The Protection of Wrecks(Designation) (England) Order 2005|
|2005/2090 (C91)||The Licensing Act 2003 (Commencement No.6) Act 2005|
|2005/2091||The Licensing Act 2003 (Second appointed day) Order 2005|
|2005/2366||The Licensing Act 2003 (Personal licence: relevant offences) (Amendment) Order 2005.|
|2005/2470||The Millennium Commission (Reduction in Membership) Order 2005.|
|2005/2425 (C101)||The Gambling Act 2005 (Commencement No.1) Order 2005.|
|2005/2455 (C103)||The Gambling Act (Commencement No.2 and Transitional Provisions) Order 2005.|
|2005/2632 (C.108)||The Human Tissue Act 2004 (Commencement No.2) Order 2005.|
|2005/2775||The Gaming Machines (Maximum Prizes) Regulations 2005.|
|2005/2776||The Gaming Act 1968 (Variation of Monetary Limits) Order 2005.|
|2005/2868||The Royal Parks (Establishment of Eligibility for Transfer and Termination of Employment) Regulations 2005.|
|2005/3235||The New Opportunities Fund (Specification of Initiatives) (No.2) Order 2005.|
|2005/2918||The Licensing Act 2003 (Permitted Temporary Activities) (Notices) Regulations 2005.|
|2005/3027||The Licensing Act 2003 ( (Amendment of the Gaming Act 1968) (transfer of Gaming Machine Permits) Order 2005|
|2005/3028||The Licensing Act 2003 ( Amendment of the Lotteries and Amusements Act 1976) (Transfer of Amusements With Prizes Permits) Order 2005.|
|2005/3048||The Licensing Act 2003 (Consequential Amendments) Order 2005.|
|2005/3056 (C131)||The Licensing Act 2003 (Commencement No. 7 and Transitional Provisions ) Order 2005.|
|2005/3274||The Parks for People (England) Joint Scheme (Authorisation) Order 2005.|
|2005/3351||The Public Lending Right Scheme 1982) (Commencement of Variation) (No.2) Order 2005.|
|2005/3439 (C.144)||The Clean Neighbourhood and Environment Act 2005 (Commencement No.3) Order 2005.|
|2006/218||The Safety of Sports Grounds (Designation) Order 2005|
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