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Mr. Drew: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Constitutional Affairs if she will take steps to ensure that copies of statutory instruments are made available in public libraries in England. 
Mr. Ruffley: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Constitutional Affairs how many court orders were issued for the repossession of homes in (a) Bury St Edmunds constituency and (b) Suffolk county council area in each year since 1997. 
The civil procedure rules provide that all claims for the repossession of land must be commenced in the district in which the land is situated. However, these county courts cover areas that are not necessarily consistent with other administrative or constituency boundaries, and therefore for instance repossessions at Bury St. Edmunds county court may relate to properties in other constituencies besides Bury St. Edmunds.
|Number of mortgage( 1) possession orders made at Bury St . Edmunds county court and other Suffolk county courts, 1997-2006|
|Possession Orders Made( 2)|
|(1) Local authority and private (2) The court, following a judicial hearing, may grant an order for possession immediately. This entitles the claimant to apply for a warrant to have the defendant evicted. However, even where a warrant for possession is issued, the parties can still negotiate a compromise to prevent eviction.|
Mr. Iain Wright: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer, if he will introduce a unique business reference number for the purposes of allocation, collection, storage and verification of information relating to businesses for the purposes of the payment of taxation; and if he will (a) bring forward proposals for and (b) discuss with Cabinet colleagues the use of a single business reference number for firms accessing services delivered across all departments. 
John Healey: HMRC is working towards the introduction of a customer index which could provide the basis for a unique business reference number, and which would enable HMRC to bring together a business's tax affairs. Following the recommendations of the Hampton report, the issues relating to services across a range of departments are under consideration by a cross-departmental group of officials.
Mr. Anthony Wright: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many people in (a) England and (b) Great Yarmouth died from cancer in each of the last 30 years for which figures are available, broken down by cancer type. 
As National Statistician, I have been asked to reply to your recent question asking how many people died from cancer in each of the last 30 years for which figures are available in (a) England and (b) Great Yarmouth, broken down by cancer type. (135202)
Figures for Great Yarmouth can only be calculated from 1981 onwards. The attached tables provide the numbers of deaths where cancer was the underlying cause of death in (a) England from 1976 to 2005 (the latest year available) and (b) Great Yarmouth from 1981 to 2005, by cancer site.
|Table 1: Number of deaths with cancer as the underlying cause of death,( 1) England 1976-2005( 2) , by cancer site|
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