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Table 2: Unemployed aged 16 and over, resident in the City of York constituency, City of York unitary authority, Yorkshire and the Humber and Great Britain
T housand
City of York constituency City of York unitary authority Yorkshire and the Humber Great Britain
12 months ending Level( 1) Rate( 2 ) ( % ) Level( 3) Rate( 2, 3 ) ( % ) Level( 1) Rate( 2) ( % ) Level( 1) Rate( 2) ( % )

February 1997

4

8.0

5

5.9

198

8.4

2,136

7.8

February 1998

4

7.3

5

5.7

172

7.3

1,851

6.7

February 1999

3

6.4

5

5.2

164

6.9

1,673

6.1

February 2000

2

5.2

4

4.5

152

6.4

1,641

5.9

February 2001

3

4.9

4

4.0

140

5.9

1,468

5.3

February 2002

2

4.3

3

3.6

121

5.1

1,404

5.0

February 2003

2

3.9

3

3.4

119

5.0

1,450

5.1

February 2004

3

4.7

4

3.7

121

5.0

1,399

4.9

March 2005

2

3.1

3

2.8

105

4.3

1,343

4.7

March 2006

2

3.9

3

3.2

124

5.1

1,445

5.0

December 2006

4

7.4

(4)n/a

(4)n/a

136

5.5

1,555

5.3

(1) Annual local area Labour Force Survey and Annual Population Survey data subject to sampling variability.
(2) Unemployed as a percentage of the economically active population.
(3) Model-based estimates subject to random variability.
(4) Data unavailable until published on 31 July 2007.
Note:
Changes in the estimates over time should be treated with particular caution.
Source:
Annual local area Labour Force Survey; Annual Population Survey; ONS.

Table 3: Annual average number of claimants of jobseeker’s allowance and proportions of working age population for residents of the City of York parliamentary constituency, City of York unitary authority, Yorkshire and the Humber and the United Kingdom.
City of York constituency City of York unitary authority Yorkshire and the Humber United Kingdom
Number of claimants Proportion( 1) (%) Number of claimants Proportion( 1) (%) Number of claimants Proportion( 1) (%) Number of claimants Proportion( 1) (%)

1996

4,053

6.1

5,182

4.8

191,830

6.4

2,122,245

6.0

1997

3,002

4.5

3,786

3.5

151,995

5.1

1,602,442

4.5

1998

2,425

3.7

3,042

2.8

134,892

4.5

1,362,340

3.8

1999

2,190

3.3

2,762

2.5

124,675

4.1

1,263,001

3.5

2000

1,895

2.9

2,367

2.1

108,459

3.6

1,102,257

3.0

2001

1,676

2.5

2,120

1.9

97,453

3.2

982,998

2.7

2002

1,480

2.2

1,838

1.6

90,091

2.9

958,759

2.6

2003

1,437

2.2

1,808

1.6

84,995

2.8

945,894

2.6

2004

1,342

2.0

1,706

1.4

74,512

2.4

866,144

2.3

2005

1,331

2.0

1,689

1.4

77,306

2.5

874,417

2.3

2006

1,654

2.5

2,107

1.8

88,667

2.8

956,732

2.6

(1) Number of claimants expressed as a percentage of the resident working-age population.
Source:
Jobcentre Plus administrative data

Forfeiture: Motor Vehicles

Keith Vaz: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many cars were impounded by Customs officers in each year since 1997, broken down by reason for impounding. [151299]

Jane Kennedy: The number of vehicles seized is published in the annual reports of HM Revenue and Customs, previously HM Customs and Excise. Centrally held records do not provide the breakdown required.

Keith Vaz: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many successful appeals there were against the impounding of vehicles by Customs officers in each year since 1997; and if he will make a statement. [151300]

Jane Kennedy: Centrally held records do not provide the breakdown requested.

Futurebuilders Fund

Tim Loughton: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer which projects dealing with children’s (a) physical and (b) mental health have received Futurebuilders funding; and how much was received by each. [150363]

Phil Hope: I have been asked to reply.

A total of £18,787,579 Futurebuilder investments in grant and loan finance have been made in 21 projects specifically dealing with children’s physical and mental health. These are listed in the following table:


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£

(a) Children’s physical and mental health

Chiltern Centre for Disabled Children

14,000

Real Life Parenting

16,000

Nottingham Regional Society for Adults and Children with Autism

18,000

National Blind Children’s Society

20,000

Makaton

513,000

British Institute for Brain Injured Children (BIBIC)

732,000

Bayis Sheli

3,200,000

TreeHouse

5,209,357

Bangladeshi Parents and Carers Association

1,209,000

First Step Opportunity Group

462,000

Springboard Opportunity Group

130,900

Total

11,524,257

(b) Children’s mental health

Headliners (formerly Children’s Express)

18,237

Pupil Parent Partnership

20,000

COASTS

58,335

Med Theatre

78,750

Bubble Theatre

104,000

Antidote

155,000

CHeCC (Cross-Herts Community Counselling)

385,000

St. Christopher's Fellowship

1,473,000

Place2Be

2,718,000

The Lighthouse Group

2,253,000

Total

7,263,322


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