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David Simpson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many people have been on sick leave suffering from stress in his Department in each of the last three years; and what percentage of the total staff number this represents. 
|Number of employees||% of total workforce|
Mrs. Villiers: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many job advertisements were placed by his Department (a) in total, (b) in print newspapers and magazines and (c) on a recruitment website in each year since 1997; and at what (i) total and (ii) average cost in each case. 
|Advertising cost (£)|
Prior to 2005, recruitment advertising was predominantly in the print media. During the year 200506 we have begun to use web-based recruitment. Print media remains the dominant advertising route. No breakdown of costs between web-based and print media advertising is available.
Mr. Philip Hammond: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many and what proportion of (a) staff and (b) new staff employed in (i) his Department and (ii) each of the agencies for which he has responsibility were registered as disabled in each of the last three years for which data is available. 
The Cabinet Office collects and publishes annually statistical information on the Civil Service by Department. http://www.civilservice.gov.uk/management/statistics/publications/xls/disability_apr04_4nov04.xls. These include data on the
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number of staff in departments who have declared a disability. Declaration of a disability is voluntary, which has a significant impact on the data held, and means
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they cannot be taken as conclusive figures on staff with disabilities in the Departments. Details on new staff who are registered disabled is given in the following table:
|Department||Percentage||Number of people||Percentage||Number of people||Percentage||Number of people|
|OGC Buying Solutions||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Savings & Investments||0.07||1||0.07||1||0.07||1|
Jo Swinson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many television sets are in operation in the Department (a) in total, (b) in Ministers' private offices and (c) in each building in the Department; and how many television licences are held by the Department. 
At the main Treasury building (1 Horse Guards Road) the department has a single multi-access" system for distributing television programs around the building. The television programs can then be viewed using conventional television sets, plasma/led displays or personal computers.
Mr. Gauke: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what assessment he has made of the merits of further altering his assessment of the economic cycle for the purposes of calculating compliance with the golden rule. 
Mr. Gauke: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what account he takes of productivity growth figures from the years 200203 onwards when comparing this economic cycle with productivity growth figures in previous economic cycles. 
Lynne Jones: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what the percentage economic growth was in each year since 1990; what the associated change was in (a) total greenhouse gas emissions and (b) carbon dioxide emissions; what assessment he has made of the association between the three; and if he will make a statement. 
John Healey: Data on economic growth are given in the financial statement and Budget report, published on 22 March 2006. Data on greenhouse gas emissions and carbon dioxide emissions were published in the Climate Change Programme, published on 28 March 2006. This document sets out the Government's policies and priorities for action in tackling climate change.
David Simpson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many (a) males over 65 and (b) females over 60 years of age were in (i) full-time employment and (ii) part-time employment in each region in each of the last five years. 
The attached table gives the number of men aged 65 and over and women aged 60 and over who were working in full-time or part-time employment, for the three months ending November each year from 2001 to 2005, for each country and region of the United Kingdom.
|Three months ending November each year||All(242)||Full-time||Part-time||All(242)||Full-time||Part-time||All(242)||Full-time||Part-time|
|Yorkshire and Humberside||58||14||44||17||6||11||41||9||33|
|Yorkshire and Humberside||62||12||49||18||5||13||44||8||37|
|Yorkshire and Humberside||66||19||46||18||6||12||48||13||35|
|Yorkshire and Humberside||71||17||54||19||6||13||52||11||41|
|Yorkshire and Humberside||70||19||51||20||7||13||50||12||38|
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