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|Table 3: Claimants of Jobseekers Allowance resident in the London borough of Brent|
|All claimants||Long-term claimants( 1,2)|
|(1) Computerised claims only. Dataset rounded to nearest 5 (2) Over 12 months. Source: Jobcentre Plus administrative data held on NomisĀ(r)|
Dawn Primarolo: No such research has been undertaken. However, the Government recognises the potential impact of volunteering on helping benefit claimants return to work, and has taken a number of steps to facilitate volunteering. The Russell Commission looked at the experiences of young volunteers in receipt of benefits, and put forward a number of recommendations, as well as publishing the Guide to Volunteering on Benefits.
Mr. Timms: In December 2005, HM Treasury published a report entitled Delivering the benefits of accruals accounting for the whole public sector. Within this document a full account was given of the Whole of Government process to date and the intended 2005-06 dry run. There is no current intention to publish any further account of the 2005-06 Whole of Government dry run process.
Mr. Amess: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what percentage of abortions were performed on pregnancies of (a) under nine weeks, (b) nine to 12 weeks, (c) 13 to 16 weeks, (d) 17 to 19 weeks, (e) 20 to 23 weeks and (f) 24 weeks and over duration in 2005. 
|Abortions, residents: percentages by gestation, England and Wales, 2005|
Mr. Amess: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many abortions have been performed under the terms of the Abortion Act 1967 as amended by section 34 of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 1990; and how many and what proportion were performed (a) in an emergency to save the life of the mother and (b) in cases of rape. 
Caroline Flint: There were 5.3 million (5,289,701) abortions performed in England and Wales on residents between 1968 and 2005. In the period between 1968 and 2002, 410 were performed under Section 1(4), in an emergency to save the life of the mother. The proportion performed in cases of rape is not collected.
We are unable to provide these data for confidentiality reasons as the totals for the three years 2003-05 are less than 10 and have not previously been published. It is intended that the Department will publish this information in a 10-year table (2003 to 2012) if numbers reach a total of 10 or more.
Caroline Flint: We are unable to provide these data for confidentiality reasons as set out in Statistical Bulletin 2006-01, Abortion Statistics, England and Wales: 2005; copies of which are available from the Library and also on the Department's website at:
Ms Rosie Winterton: From the available information on the computer aided job evaluation system it would suggest that the majority administrative and clerical posts are matching national profiles across bands one to five. This cannot readily be compared to the previous Whitley system.
To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many people (a) under and (b) over the age of 18 years were admitted to hospital for alcohol-related
problem in each year since 1997 for which figures are available, broken down by (i) region, (ii) health authority and (iii) primary care trust. 
The information requested is not held centrally in the format requested. However, data are
provided in the following table for patients admitted to hospital for alcohol-related problems broken down by strategic health authority (SHA) for 2003-04 and 2004-05.
|Count of patients admitted to hospital for alcohol-related conditions by region, SHA and age (ICD10 codes F10,K70,T51) Data for all NHS hospitals in England, data years 2003-04, 2004-05|
|Government office region||SHA||under 18||18 and over||under 18||18 and over|
Figures have not been adjusted for shortfalls in data that is the data are ungrossed.
Patient counts are based on the unique patient identifier HES1D. This identifier is derived based on patient's date of birth, postcode, sex, local patient identifier and NHS number, using an agreed algorithm. Where data are incomplete, HESID must erroneously link episodes or fail to recognise episodes for the same patient. Care is therefore needed, especially where duplicate records persist in the data. The patient count cannot be summed across a table where patients may have episodes in more than one cell.
ICD10 codes used: F10, T51, K70 - Alcohol related admissions.
Data have been provided for 2004-05 and 2003-04 only as data from earlier years are not comparable as a time series in the requested format due to boundary changes of SHA's.
Hospital Episode Statistics (HES), The Information Centre for health and social care.
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