Mr. Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many aquaculture projects pay rent to the Crown Estate in Orkney and Shetland; and what total annual income has been generated from such rents in each of the last three years. 
John Healey: The Crown Estate has issued 28 aquaculture leases for Orkney and 187 aquaculture leases for Shetland. Total annual income figure generated from fish farming over the past three years is as follows:
|(1) The Orkney fish farming rental income for 2005-06 includes a post-audit payment of £34,000 in settlement of outstanding rent from production of fish in 2003.
As National Statistician, I have been asked to reply to your question asking how many carers there are in (a) Barnsley East and Mexborough (b) Barnsley and (c) Doncaster (86382).
The table below shows the number of people in (a) Barnsley East and Mexborough parliamentary constituency (b) Barnsley Local Authority District and (c) Doncaster Local Authority District on Census day (29 April 2001) who were providing unpaid care. The data for Barnsley East and Mexborough has been taken from table KS08 in the 2001 Census Report for Parliamentary Constituencies. The data for both Barnsley and Doncaster has been taken from table KS08 in Census 2001 Key Statistics for local authorities in England and Wales. Both of these publications are available in the House of Commons Library.
|Number of people in England and Wales
|Number of people
|Number of people who provide unpaid care
Barnsley East and Mexborough PC
| Source: Table KS08 2001 Census Report for Parliamentary Constituencies and Table KS08 Census 2001 Key Statistics for local authorities in England and Wales
To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he has accepted the recommendations of the review by Lord Carter into
HM Revenue Customs Online Services; and if he will make a statement. 
Dawn Primarolo: I refer the right hon. Gentleman to paragraph 5.81 of this years economic and fiscal strategy report (HC 968), and the written statement I made on 18 July 2006, Official Report, column 11WS.
David Heyes: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many Civil Service posts have been transferred from London to the Greater Manchester area in the last 12 months; and how many posts are under consideration for such transfer. 
Mr. Timms: In the 2005-06 financial year 96 posts were relocated to the Greater Manchester area bringing the total number of posts relocated to this area under the Lyons programme to over 300. Individual departments are responsible for deciding how best to meet their relocation target and full plans for the remaining 12,200 relocations are not yet finalised.
Mr. Heald: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer pursuant to the answer to the right hon. Member for Leicester, East of 15 May 2006, Official Report, column 761W, on consultants, which Ministers in his Department made use of West Wing Writers in 2005-06; and what the title was of each speech to which they contributed in that year. 
Mr. Heald: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer pursuant to the answer to the right hon. Member for Leicester, East of 15 May 2006, Official Report, column 761W, on consultants, how much was paid to (a) West Wing Writers, (b) Opinion Leader Research and (c) International Survey Research in each year from 1997-98 to 2004-05. 
|Number of ill health retirements
Mr. Hands: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer which matches (a) he and (b) other Ministers in his Department attended at the FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany in their Ministerial capacity; at what cost to public funds; and with what contributions from third party organisations. 
John Healey: Details of Treasury Ministers attendance at FIFA World Cup 2006 matches were set out in the Chancellor of the Exchequers written answer of 20 June to my hon. Friend the Member for Alyn and Deeside (Mark Tami) on 21 June 2006, Official Report, column 1899W.
The Chancellor travelled on 20 June to Brussels for a European meeting and then to Cologne where he met trilaterally with the German and Swedish Finance Ministers to discuss the European economy and a joint economic reform initiative.
Ed Balls: The Government takes seriously the issue of free access to cash, especially for those on low-incomes. According to the latest figures from LINK, there are now more than 33,000 free ATMs in the UK, accounting for 96 per cent. of withdrawals made at ATMs. During the first quarter of 2006, there has been a net increase of over 100 free ATMs across the UK.
John Robertson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer if the Government will take steps to ensure that clear signage indicating whether ATMs are free or fee charging is well placed for customers to see before they withdraw their cash. 
Ed Balls: The Government believes that this is a matter for industry. LINK'S new transparency rules are a good step forward. It is expected that the ATM working group, chaired by John McFall, will consider issues related to the transparency of signage on ATMs.
As National Statistician I have been asked to reply to your recent question asking what the death rates from (a) leukaemia and (b) multiple myeloma were in each decade from 1976 to date. (86209)
Cancer death rates are published on the National Statistics website at:
Mr. Carmichael: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what proportion of the income from the marine estate is paid to his Department; how many (a) disposals and (b) acquisitions have been made in the marine estate in each of the last five years; and what the total value is of these transactions.