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School Support Staff Training Review
Level 2 attainment at 19
10 Year Childcare Strategy
Unauthorised Absence and Persistent Truancy
Primary and secondary school standards National Strategy
Targeted Youth Support
Building Schools for the Future
Delivering 14-19 Reform
Departments Capability Review
Accident and Emergency 4 hour target
Accident and Emergency: Achieving and Sustaining 100 per cent.
Increasing the Impact of Early Thrombolysis
6 Month Waiting
Achieving the 24/48 Hour Primary Care Access Target
Choose and Book
Choice at Six Months
Long Term Conditions
Cancer Waiting Times
Non Elective Demand Management
Choice of four providers
NHS reform programme
Childhood and Adolescent Mental Health
NHS Reform Programme
Departments Capability Review
Increasing the Removals of Failed Asylum Seekers
Follow Up Interim findings
Optimising Use of Detention
Solutions that Improve IND Performance in Ensuring Priority Failed Asylum Seeker Cases are Removed
Local Enforcement Office Inspections
Visa Issuing Overseas
New Asylum Model Evaluation
Street Robbery Follow Up
Improving the Criminal Justice System in London
Increasing Sanction Detections
Improving the Criminal Justice System in Londonfollow up
Increasing Sanction Detectionsfollow up
Citizen Focused Policing
Respect Action Plans
High Crime Causing Drug Users
National Offender Management
Departments Capability Review
Local Authority Development Control
Evidence Base to Support Housing Delivery
Cross Government Delivery of Local Area Agreements
Rail Follow Up
Neighbourhood Renewal Unit approach to delivering floor targets
Access to the Arts
David Simpson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many people in his Department have been (a) disciplined and (b) dismissed for (i) inappropriate use of the internet while at work and (ii) using work telephones to access premium rate telephone numbers in the last 12 months. 
Angela Eagle: The number of people who have been (a) disciplined and (b) dismissed for (i) inappropriate use of the internet while at work and (ii) using work telephones to access premium rate telephone numbers in the last 12 months is nil.
Mr. Hoban: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will list the requests made to his Department under the (a) Freedom of Information Act (FOI) 2000 and (b) Environmental Information Regulations in the last six months; and what the (i) FOI case reference number, (ii) request summary, (iii) request outcome and (iv) where appropriate, reason for exemption was in each case. 
Information relating to Freedom of Information and Environmental Information requests is published on a quarterly basis by the Ministry of Justice. Information for January to March 2007 was published on 25 June 2007, Official Report, column
10WS. Copies of the document are in the Libraries of the House. Information for April to June 2007 is due to be published in the autumn. The Treasury website has a section dedicated to FOI releases.
David Simpson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many complaints of racial abuse relating to staff for which his Department is responsible have been (a) investigated and (b) upheld in the last 12 months. 
Angela Eagle: The procedures for investigating complaints of racial abuse have been initiated fewer than five times in the last 12 months. Numbers are therefore not available on the grounds of confidentiality.
Kitty Ussher: The UK has made a single application to the European Union Solidarity Fund in the past five years. The application was submitted in 2006 following the Buncefield fuel depot explosion. However, the total damage did not meet the strict criteria for mobilising the fund.
(3) how much was allocated in the 2004 Spending Review to be spent on reconstruction in Iraq, broken down by (a) the Department to which it was allocated and (b) (i) capital and (ii) resource spending; 
Andy Burnham: By their nature the total cost of military operations are difficult to estimate from the outset. Pre-Budget report 2002 set aside £1 billion for the cost of operations in Iraq. On the basis of MOD forecasts this was increased to £3 billion at Budget 2003 as a prudent contingency.
The nature of operations, whether in Iraq or elsewhere, means that they cannot be time-limited from the outset. As a result, HM Treasury maintains a rolling annual estimate of the cost of operations and reviews the costs of and provision for military operations at the time of the pre-Budget report and the Budget. Military operations are routinely evaluated in order to measure progress and capture lessons learnt.
By Budget 2003 a total of £240 million had been committed for humanitarian assistance in Iraq, and in addition, Budget 2003 announced a further $100 million to back up the UN and the work of reconstruction and international development. At the Madrid Conference in October 2003, the UK pledged $900 million (£544 million) for reconstruction in Iraq over the period 2003-04 to 2005-06. The 2004 Spending Review allocated funds to enable this commitment to be fulfilled. At the launch of the International Compact for Iraq in Sharm El Sheikh on 3 May 2007, the Foreign Secretary announced that the UK will spend at least £200 million over and above the Madrid pledge, to be disbursed over the next three years.
The Iraq reconstruction programme is subject to the standard internal DFID guidelines for the monitoring and evaluation of all programmes and projects. DFID has reporting arrangements in place for each of the projects it runs in Iraq, which means that funding is tracked and monitored throughout the process.
Mr. Clegg: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what the (a) legal and (b) other costs have been of dealing with Freedom of Information requests for the publication of the Gateway review on the identity cards scheme. 
Angela Eagle: OGC has received 14 Freedom of Information requests specifically for OGC Gateway‚"Ę information on the Home Office's national identity scheme programme. Two of these are being appealed at the High court, and one is being appealed at the Information Tribunal.
Mr. Laurence Robertson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what the life expectancy was of (a) men and (b) women in each primary care trust area of England for the most recent year for which figures are available. 
As National Statistician, I have been asked to reply to your recent question asking what the life expectancy was of (a) men and (b) women in each primary care trust area of England for the most recent year for which figures are available. (149513)
The most recent available figures for period life expectancy at birth in primary care organisations(1) (PCOs) are for 2001-03, and were provided in the Answer to Question 84021 which can be found in Hansard of 12th July 2006, col. 1840W. A copy of the figures provided is available in the House of Commons Library.
Please note that these figures refer to the names and boundaries of PCOs as they existed before the NHS organisational changes of October 2006. ONS expects to publish life expectancy figures for PCOs for years after 2001-03 based on the current (2006) boundaries.
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