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Norman Baker: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what meetings took place between Ministers in his Department and outside interest groups between 1 January and 31 March; and what the date was of each such meeting. 
10 JanuaryMeeting with a representative from the Association of Teachers and Lecturers to discuss human rights issues in Columbia.
6 MarchMeeting with a representative of the National Employers Advisory Board to discuss issues relating to Volunteer Reservists.
7 MarchMeeting with a representative from the Transport and General Workers Union to discuss the Defence Diversification Agency.
16 JanuaryMeeting with representatives from NUMIS to provide an update on the Defence Industrial Strategy.
16 JanuaryMeeting of the National Defence Industry Council.
7 MarchThe Minister was present at the Secretary of States meeting with the Transport and General Workers Union.
27 MarchMeeting of the National Defence Industry Council.
28 MarchMeeting with Clyde shop stewards to discuss shipbuilding.
9 JanuaryMeeting with representatives from the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
9 JanuaryMeeting with representatives from the Armed Forces Memorial Project to discuss progress with the Memorial.
18 JanuaryMeeting with a representative from the Army Benevolent Fund.
7 FebruaryMeeting with a representative from the Bevin Boys to discuss recognition of the Bevin Boys.
19 FebruaryMeeting with representatives from the War Widows Association.
21 FebruaryMeeting with representatives from the Armed Forces Committee of the British Medical Association.
21 FebruaryMeeting with a representative from Combat Stress.
27 FebruaryMeeting with a representative from the Armed Force Parliamentary Scheme.
28 FebruaryMeeting with a representative from the British Limbless Ex-Service Mens Association.
6 MarchMeeting with a representative from the Merchant Navy Association.
8 MarchMeeting with a representative from the Merchant Mariners.
13 MarchMeeting with a representative from Armed Forces Memorial Project.
21 MarchMeeting with a representative from the Depleted Uranium Oversight Board.
Nick Harvey: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many service personnel have worked in field hospitals during Operation Telic; and what percentage of the total number were reservist medical personnel. 
Derek Twigg: From the start of Op Telic in January 2003 to Operation Telic 9 at the end of April 2007, 2,887 individual medical specialist and non-medical support personnel have served in field hospitals in Iraq, of which some 43 per cent were reservists.
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|(1) Includes personnel from all services (regular and reserve).|
(2) Includes Reservists from RN, Army and RAF, but take no account of tour length or multiple tours by individuals.
(3) Availability of data for Telic 1 and 2 are limited. These figures are based on information supplied by personnel serving in the Command Team of the units at the time. This information has been provided on a best estimate basis.
(4) The Op Telic numbering system relates to a period of time, which is approximately 6 months.
(5 )Includes total liability of the Op Telic Hospital Sqn only and does not include other elms of UK Med Gp.
Des Browne [holding answer 27 March 2007]: The number of friendly fire incidents in Iraq since 2003 is not held centrally. Friendly fire incidents could be Multinational Forces (MNF) on MNF, MNF on Iraqi Security Force (ISF) or ISF on MNF. Recorded instances of these incidents could only be aggregated from individual records, some of which we would have to request from coalition partners and the Iraqi security forces. This could only be done at disproportionate cost.
Mark Pritchard: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many presentations were made to the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst by private health providers between March 2006 and March 2007. 
Adam Price: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence whether an individual in his Department was responsible for the advance briefing given to the Daily Mirror newspaper in relation to the operation in Birmingham on 31 January by counter-terrorism officers of the West Midlands police. 
The Deputy Prime Minister: My Office is based in a Cabinet Office building, and I therefore refer the hon. Member to the answer given by the Parliamentary Secretary, Cabinet Office my hon. Friend the Member for Doncaster, North (Edward Miliband) on 27 April 2007, Official Report, column 1329W.
The Deputy Prime Minister: This Government publish an annual list of Cabinet Ministers travel overseas costing over £500 along with the total cost of all ministerial travel. Information for 2005-06 was published on 24 July 2006 and is available in the Library for the reference of Members. Information for 2006-07 will be published as soon as it is ready.
Mrs. May: To ask the Deputy Prime Minister for which Government websites he is responsible; how many visitors each received in the latest period for which figures are available; and what the cost (a) was of establishing and (b) has been of maintaining each site. 
The Deputy Prime Minister: Subsequent to my answer to the hon. Member for North-East Hertfordshire (Mr. Heald) on 14 December 2006, Official Report , column 1304W, in the period January to April 2007 my Department's website recorded 18,179 separate visits and 39,311 page views.
For details of costs, I refer the right hon. Member to the answer given to the hon. Member for Meriden (Mrs. Spelman) by my right hon. Friend the Minister for the Cabinet Office on 4 September 2006, Official Report , column 1721W.
David Simpson: To ask the Deputy Prime Minister how many complaints of sexual harassment have been investigated in his Department in the last 12 months; and how many complaints have been upheld. 
Hilary Armstrong: In the Comprehensive Spending Review 2007, the Prime Ministers Delivery Unit is supporting Her Majestys Treasury to develop a practical performance monitoring and management system for new PSA targets.
Hilary Armstrong: Organisationally, the Unit is headed by Ian Watmore at Permanent Secretary level; three Directors lead on Education and Health, Crime and Justice, and Asylum and Migration and other projects.
Hilary Armstrong: Funding details for the financial year 2007-08 are in the process of being finalised. Funding for 2006-07 is set out in the Cabinet Office annual report, to be published later this month.
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