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Mr. Moore: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport whether (a) civil and (b) state aircraft landing at UK airports are required to submit a completed general aviation report to (i) HM Revenue and Customs, (ii) UK police and (iii) Home Office immigration authorities. 
(a) Scheduled civil aircraft are not required to complete a general aviation report form. Non-scheduled civil aircraft are required to complete a combined general aviation report form to HMRC who then forward it to the local Police special branch and Home Office immigration authorities.
Mr. Baron: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will list correspondence between his Department and the Department of Health on the funding for the proposed bowel cancer screening programme; and if he will place the correspondence in the Library. 
Mr. Des Browne:
Treasury Ministers and officials have regular discussions with the Department of Health on a range of expenditure issues. No correspondence focussed specifically on the subject of funding for the proposed bowel cancer screening programme has been found.
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Chris Ruane: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what the electoral registration rates were in the period (a) before and (b) after 13 March 2006 in each ward in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, grouped according to constituency and region and listed in descending order. 
As National Statistician I have been asked to reply to your recent Parliamentary Question asking what the electoral registration rates were in the period (a) before and (b) after 13th March in each ward in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, grouped according to constituency and region and listed in descending order. (60916)
Ward level population estimates are needed to compare the number of registered electors and the estimated population in each ward. The latest available population estimates at ward level for England and Wales are for 30 June 2002 and for Northern Ireland the latest available ward level population data are from the 2001 Census (29 April 2001).
A comparison, using these data, has been provided previously. I refer you to the answer given by the Financial Secretary to the Treasury in the Official Report dated 20th December 2005, Column 2809W (Wales) and in the Official Report dated 19th January 2006, Column 1490 (England and Northern Ireland).
John Healey: I refer to my answer to the hon. Member for Twickenham (Dr. Cable) on 31 October 2005, Official Report, column 733W. Additional measures taken since then include the upgrading and installation of improved controls of the air handling units in the building, and a planned change from night to daytime cleaning, which will further reduce lighting usage.
Lynne Featherstone: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what estimate he has made of the number of people in London who had a mobile phone in each year since 200405; and if he will make a statement. 
This data is not available. Up to and including 2005 we asked whether mobile phones were used by anyone in the household. So, if like most households, several people have mobiles, we'd only count it as one household with a mobile phone(s). Information
Mr. Martlew: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what the mortality rate was for (a) chronic lung disease, (b) all forms of cancer and (c) coronary heart disease in Carlisle in (i) 1997 and (ii) 2004; and what the (A) neo-natal and (B) perinatal mortality rate was in Carlisle in these years. 
As National Statistician I have been asked to reply to your recent question concerning what the (a) mortality rate for (i) chronic lung disease, (ii) coronary heart disease and (iii) all forms of cancer, (b) neonatal mortality rate and (c) perinatal mortality rate was in Carlisle in (A) 1997 and (B) the last year for which figures are available.
The latest year for which figures are available is 2004. These are provided in the table. The table also shows figures for 1997, adjusted to take account of revisions to the International Classification of Diseases, where appropriate.
|Chronic lung disease||41.1||37.5|
|Coronary heart disease||182.3||137.4|
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