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Kate Hoey: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport how much each sports national governing body (NGB) has received from the community club development programme in each of the last three years; and how much NGBs have allocated to grass-roots sports development under the terms of the compact with her Department on income from broadcasting in each year. 
Mr. Caborn: Sixteen National Governing Bodies for Sport and the community sports clubs affiliated to them have received awards from the Community Club Development Fund in the period 2003 to date as follows:
|NGB||Year 1 (200304)||Year 2 (200405)||Year 3|
(to date) (200506)
|All England Netball Association||436,500||222,665||781,547|
|Amateur Rowing Association||1,657,056||199,445||436,510|
|Amateur Swimming Association||0||6,720||763,502|
|British Canoe Union||519,500||635,431||645,985|
|British Gymnastics Association||60,076||690,000||645,110|
|British Judo Association||45,625||329,694||1,236,712|
|English Cricket Board||2,996,330||1,592,513||2,233,388|
|English Table Tennis Association||14,777||31,485||1,446,738|
|Lawn Tennis Association||4,413,234||2,394,918||1,610,800|
|Rugby Football League||38,188||260,591||994,598|
|Rugby Football Union||7,442,027||1,772,009||1,141,316|
The Voluntary Code relating to broadcasting rights and grass roots sport was established and is administered by Central Council of Physical Recreation (CCPR), which is independent of my Department. Signatories have undertaken to invest at least 5 per cent. of broadcasting income in the development of their sports in order to ensure that the next generation of competitors has the support and facilities necessary to succeed at the highest level. Comprehensive information on allocations under the Code is not held by the Department.
Andrew Gwynne: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport what the average annual (a) number and (b) value of National Lottery grants awarded to recipients was in (i) Denton and Reddish and (ii) all UK parliamentary constituencies between establishment of the Lottery and 2000 and (A) 2001 and (B) 2005. 
The monetary amounts given are rounded to the nearest £1,000. The information is derived from the Department's Lottery award database. This is searchable at www.lottery.culture.gov.uk, and uses information supplied by the Lottery distributors.
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(3) how many civil servants in her Department (a) were part of the bid team for the 2012 Olympics, (b) are working on the 2012 Olympics and (c) she expects to work on overseeing preparations for the 2012 Olympics over the next six years. 
Tessa Jowell [holding answer 13 February 2006]: Approximately 12 staff in the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) worked on London's bid to host the 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games. Approximately 30 staff in DCMS are currently working on the preparations for the 2012 Games. I anticipate that the core team will number approximately 40 staff over the coming years. In addition, staff across the Department as a whole contribute to the delivery of the Olympic Games. As the team working on preparations for the 2012 Games within DCMS is still in transition, an organisation chart is not yet available.
Mr. Don Foster: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport how much has been spent by (a) her Department, (b) its non-departmental public bodies and executive agencies and (c) National Lottery distributors on the Princess Diana Memorial Fountain; and if she will make a statement. 
Mr. Lammy: To date, the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fountain has cost £5,247,366. The Department has funded £3,862,800 and The Royal Parks Agency has contributed £1,384,566. The Memorial Fountain has not received any funding from National Lottery distributors.
Mr. Gale: To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland how much was spent on the Department's public relations and information services in each of the last five years for which figures are available. 
Bob Spink: To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland how many disciplinary actions against civil servants employed in his Department (a) were commenced and (b) resulted in a sanction being applied in each of the last five years. 
David Cairns: There have been a small number of disciplinary actions against civil servants loaned to the Scotland Office; to protect the privacy of individual staff, data relating to fewer than five people is not disclosed.
David Cairns: My right hon. Friend and I meet regularly with Scottish Executive Ministers to discuss a range of issues. Government effort is focused on improving supply and working with energy companies and others to mitigate the impact of price rises on vulnerable consumers. Addressing the problem of fuel poverty through installation of central heating is a devolved responsibility in Scotland.
The Scotland Office has taken opportunities to use fair trade products but has very limited requirements for goods which are subject to fair trade schemes. In accordance with Government procurement policy we seek best value for money, in the interests of the taxpayer.
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Andrew George: To ask the Secretary of State for Scotland how much and what proportion of his Department's catering budget was spent on fair trade produce in the last period for which figures are available. 
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