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Hugh Bayley: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how much capital expenditure there has been at York hospital in each year since 1996-97; and what new facilities and equipment were purchased with the expenditure in each year. 
Mr. Ivan Lewis [holding answer 24 July 2006]: Information on capital expenditure for York hospitals NHS trust is shown in the following table. Information is not held centrally relating to particular facilities orequipment purchased. Accounts information on individual national health service bodies is only currently available between 1998-99 and 2004-05.
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Audited summarisation schedules for York Hospitals NHS Trust
Sarah Teather: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many establishments serving food have been closed following environmental health inspections in each London borough in each of the last five years. 
Local authorities (LAs) are required to report to the Food Standards Agency the number of food premises subject to formal enforcement action, including those to which written warnings, improvement notices, prohibition orders and emergency prohibition orders were issued. But the monitoring data returns from London boroughs cover the enforcement of both food hygiene and food standards, and the total enforcement action data cannot be divided between the two.
Information on general food law enforcement action by LAs in 2004-05 was set out in the paper presented to the Food Standards Agency Board in February 2006, paper FSA 06/02/04. I have arranged for a copy of the paper to be placed in the Library.