The Solicitor-General: The creation of the Ministry of Justice does not affect the responsibilities of the Law Officers or those of their Departments. The prosecuting authorities, including the CPS, will remain independent, and subject to our statutory superintendence. The existing trilateral arrangements for the criminal justice system are preserved. The Law Officers and the CPS play a full part in those arrangements.
24. Miss McIntosh: To ask the Solicitor-General what assessment he has made of the conduct of recent prosecutions by the Crown Prosecution Service for breaches of criminal antisocial behaviour orders; and if he will make a statement. 
The Solicitor-General: Since 2004, the Crown Prosecution Service has had a team of specialist prosecutors providing guidance and training to all prosecutors in the effective application of antisocial behaviour legislation. This has ensured a consistent approach to the prosecution of antisocial behaviour across all areas, including breaches of those orders granted following conviction, and following application by a relevant authority.
(2) what the sharing mechanism will be between the National Lottery and London council tax payers in respect of any windfall profits earned from the sale of land in the Olympic park after 2012; 
(3) what estimate she has made of the likely provision to the national lottery good causes from any windfall profits earned from the sale of land in the Olympic park after 2012 to which she referred in her statement of 15 March 2007, Official Report, column 451. 
Tessa Jowell: The Mayor of London and I have now agreed after further discussion that we will rewrite our memorandum of understanding to put in place profit-sharing arrangements. This will provide that, after the The London Development Agency (LDA) has been repaid for the purchase and remediation of the land, the first call on any profit will be to repay the lottery.
LDA is currently leading detailed work to make a thorough assessment of the potential end values of land in the Olympic park and we await the outcome of that work. At this pointover five years before the gamesit is difficult to predict this with certainty. However, land disposal plans will aim to maximise land revenues.
Mr. Swire: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport when she expects to reply to questions (a) 132550, (b) 132557 and (c) 132636, on the Olympic park, tabled by the hon. Member for East Devon on 18 April. 
Grant Shapps: To ask the Leader of the House which (a) advertising agencies and (b) other organisations supplied consultancy services for advertising campaigns for his Office in each of the last five years; and what the cost of these services was. 
Grant Shapps: To ask the Leader of the House how many times his Office was found to have been in breach of the Data Protection Act 1998 in each of the last five years; and if he will make a statement. 
Mr. Straw: This information is not held. For the period in question, the Leader of the House of Commons Office was a minor occupier in property leased by the Privy Council Office and was not hard charged for the space occupied.
Mr. Straw: Hon. Members staff are employed by the hon. Member concerned. It is a matter for hon. Members, as their employer, to give advice to their staff on any matter, including through the standard contract of employment.
Mr. Allen: To ask the Leader of the House which Bills were subject to pre-legislative scrutiny in each of the last 10 years; and which Bills he plans to allocate for pre-legislative scrutiny in the next 12 months. 
Mr. Straw: Bills which have been published in draft for pre-legislative scrutiny since 1997 are listed, by parliamentary session. The list includes draft bills published so far in the current session. The Government have also announced that a draft Cultural Property (Armed Conflicts) Bill will be published in the current session. Decisions about bills to be published in draft in the next session will be announced in due course.
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