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Mr. Heald: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, pursuant to the answer of 15 January 2007, Official Report, column 816W, on trade union funding, what the (a) amount and (b) purpose was of each grant. 
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|(1 )The Partnership at Work Fund was a Government grant scheme established by the DTI created in 1999 to encourage the development of industrial relations by encouraging employers and employees to work together effectively. The Partnership at Work Fund supported partnership projects within individual organisations. The fund is now closed.|
(2 )The Partnership at Work Fund supported partnership projects within individual organisations. Strategic Partnership projects reach out beyond single company projects to assess sectoral and regional issues.
(3 )The Union Modernisation Fund provides financial assistance to independent trade unions and their federations in support of innovative projects, which contribute to, or explore the potential for, transformational change in the organisational effectiveness of efficiency of a union or unions, in the light of the changing needs, aspirations and behaviour of workers and employers in the changing UK labour market.
Mr. Heald: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry, pursuant to the answer of 15 January 2007, Official Report, column 816W, on trade union funding, how much is expected to be given to trade union led projects in (a) the remainder of the 2006-07 financial year and (b) 2007-08. 
Mr. Hoban: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, pursuant to the answer of 17 January 2007, Official Report, column 1134W, on Departmental Projects, which individuals have given (a) donations and (b) bequests to the Treasury that have exceeded £100,000 since 2001-02. 
John Healey: In 2005-06 the Treasury received one bequest of £715,000 and one to date in 2006-07 of £105,000. I am not aware of any other bequests or any donations over £100,000 being received since 2001-02. The names of the individuals is personal information under the Data Protection Act. Bequests are passed on to the Consolidated Fund and are not used to finance the Treasurys departmental spending.
John Healey: The Treasury staff magazine is mainly written by Treasury staff for the benefit of other staff and it contains the personal data of Treasury staff and their families, and visitors to the Treasury. To obtain the consent of everyone who appears in these editions would incur disproportionate cost.
As National Statistician, I have been asked to reply to your question regarding how many people from the UK are estimated to have emigrated in each of the last five years. (119064)
The figures shown below are for all citizenships 2001-2005, which are the most recent years for which data are available:
These figures are also shown in Table 1 of the November 2006 International Migration press release:
Mr. Galloway: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer on what dates Ministers in his Department made official visits to the London borough of (a) Tower Hamlets, (b) Newham and (c) Waltham Forest in each year since 1997. 
Mr. Mark Field: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how much revenue would have been raised in the last year for which information is available if (a) rail services fuel, (b) bus services fuel and (c) airline fuel bore the rate of duty and other taxes levied on fuel for passenger cars. 
John Healey: The Government do not accept such direct comparisons as valid as they assume no change in demand or the working practices of the aviation industry, nor does the Government have an objective of equalising the tax treatment across transport modes or other sectors, so does not regard such figures as relevant to judgments on the taxation of aviation.
Jim Cousins: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer in how many (a) ports, (b) airports, (c) landing stages and (d) airfields HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) officers were (i) permanently and (ii) regularly located in (A) 2004, (B) 2005 and (C) 2006; and in how many such locations HMRC officers made at least one visit in each year. 
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Mr. Willetts: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) what the (a) mean and (b) median household size was of households where the head of the household was aged (i) 18 to 25, (ii) 25 to 30 and (iii) 18 to 30 years old in (A) 1985, (B) 1990, (C) 1995, (D) 2000 and (E) 2005; 
As National Statistician I have been asked to reply to your requests for the (a) mean and (b) median household size by specified age groups of the head of the household in the years 1985, 1990, 1995, 2000 and 2005, and where the head of the household was a citizen of a recently acceding EU country in the most recent period for which figures are available. (117851, 117853, 117854).
Household Reference Person replaced the concept of Head of Household in 2001. For consistency all figures in this reply relate to the Household Reference Person.
The information requested by age is readily available for the years 2000, 2005 and the most recent period (2006). These figures are provided in the table below. Figures for earlier years could only be provided at disproportionate cost.
|Mean and median household size by age group of household reference person (HRP), United Kingdom, 2000, 2005 and 2006|
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LFS 2000 and 2005 summer quarter, 2006 first quarter. All figures are population weighted.
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