Andrew Rosindell: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport what percentage of gross domestic product was accounted for by tourism in (a) Wales and (b) the rest of the United Kingdom in the last year for which figures are available. 
In direct terms, tourism contributes approximately 3.7 per cent. of whole-economy value added in Wales. For the UK in total, tourism contributed an estimated 3.4 per cent. of GVA in 2003 (it is not possible to provide a figure for the UK excluding Wales).
Mr. Stewart Jackson: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport which 10 tourist attractions in (a) Cambridgeshire, (b) Peterborough constituency and (c) Peterborough city council area attracted the largest number of visitors in each year since 1997. 
Mr. Woodward: My Department does not maintain central records of visitors to tourist attractions. However VisitBritain and its predecessor have previously carried out periodical surveys of regional attractions. The data available from the surveys covering Cambridgeshire and Peterborough and the estimated visitor numbers for the most popular attractions in these areas is set out in the following tables.
|(1) No data.
|(1) No data.
Mr. Watson: Trooping the Colour at the Queens birthday parade is organised by Headquarters The Household Division. They do not allocate tickets to individual Members of the Government, but blocks of seats are allocated to the Prime Ministers Office and to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. The Ministry of Defence was represented by the Armed Forces Minister.
Andrew Rosindell: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport whether the (a) flag of the Commonwealth and (b) personal Commonwealth flag of Her Majesty the Queen will be displayed at this year's Trooping the Colour. 
Mr. Lammy: For Trooping of the Colour, the flags of all 53 countries currently in the Commonwealth are flown in Horseguards Road. The flag of the Commonwealth and the personal Commonwealth flag of Her Majesty are not flown.
Meg Munn: As a Member of the Ministerial Group on Human Trafficking, I work closely with Home Office colleagues to ensure that provision for victims is sensitive to the needs of young women trafficked into the UK for sexual exploitation. All UK immigration officers have been made aware of a best practice toolkit to enable prompt and accurate identification of victims. In addition, immigration officers receive regular intelligence briefings and inter-agency briefings that highlight issues and trends in respect of trafficking.
To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government pursuant to the
answer of 22 May 2006, Official Report, columns 1387-88W, on Brownfield development, if she will break down the 2004 figures in each column by region. 
|New dwellings on previously developed land as a proportion of all new dwellings (excluding conversions), by GOR
|Yorkshire and Humber
|East of England
Land Use Change in England: Residential development to 2005 (LUCS-21)