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Mr. Pickles: To ask the Secretary of State for Wales how much the average council tax payment per dwelling for band D dwellings was, broken down by local authority in Wales in each year since 199798. 
|Isle of Anglesey||424||477||534||621||647|
|Neath Port Talbot||619||692||750||837||884|
|Vale of Glamorgan||443||495||532||600||655|
|Rhondda Cynon Taff||558||611||686||772||810|
|Isle of Anglesey||711||798||843||876||911|
|Neath Port Talbot||960||1,030||1,087||1,128||1,165|
|Vale of Glamorgan||709||783||829||866||913|
|Rhondda Cynon Taff||853||903||955||1,002||1,053|
David Simpson: To ask the Secretary of State for Wales how many people in his Department have been (a) disciplined and (b) dismissed for (i) inappropriate use of the internet while at work and (ii) using work telephones to access premium rate telephone numbers in each of the last five years. 
Mr. Crabb: To ask the Secretary of State for Wales on what occasions since May 2005 (a) he and (b) the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State has met the Welsh Assembly Minister for Health and Social Services. 
Mr. Hain: My ministerial colleague regularly meets the Minister for Health and Social Services in the National Assembly for Wales. He has done so on five occasions since May 2005: May, July, October and November 2005, and April 2006.
I have regular meetings with the First Minister, where we discuss a range of issues including health. I have also had periodic meetings with the Minister at various formal and informal occasions.
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Mr. Crabb: To ask the Secretary of State for Wales pursuant to the answer of 30 November 2005, Official Report, column 250, on what date the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State discussed the future of Withybush hospital with the Welsh Assembly Minister for Health and Social Services; and what views on the downgrading of the hospital the Minister expressed. 
Nick Ainger: I discussed the future of Withybush hospital with the Assembly Minister for Health and Social Services in November 2005. I subsequently wrote to the hon. Gentlemen in December, setting out the latest position at that time and my views. I am placing a copy of my letter in the Library of the House.
Helen Southworth: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how many children on the Child Protection Register were reported missing to the police in each local authority area in each of the last three years. 
Helen Southworth: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how many children in local authority care were reported missing from care to the police in Warrington in each year since 1995. 
Mr. Willetts: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how many children are forecast to be aged (a) up to four years, (b) primary school age, (c) secondary school age and (d) 16 to 18 years in each of the next 25 years for which figures are available. 
The National Statistician has been asked to reply to your question about how many children are forecast to be aged (a) up to four years, (b) primary school age, (c) secondary school age and (d) 16 to 18 years in each of the next 25 years for which figures are available. I am replying in her absence. (65991)
The 2004-based national population projections are based on assumptions about future migration, fertility and mortality. Future experience may well differ from these assumptions. More information, including alternative high and low variant assumptions, can be found on the GAD website at: http://www.gad.gov.uk/Population/index.asp?dp=Current+projectio ns&subYear=Proceed.
|Year(2)||0 to 4||5 to 11||12 to 15||16 to 18||Total aged 0 to 18|
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