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Mr. Boris Johnson: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many warrants were issued by the Traffic Enforcement Centre following penalty charge notices in (a) England and (b) London in each year since the operation of the centre. 
Bridget Prentice: My Department only has data available from when the Traffic Enforcement Centre (TEC) was transferred to Northampton county court in April 2000. It does not collect separate figures for warrants issued in respect of particular areas.
Mr. Hoban: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice according to the most recent Land Registry data, how many and what percentage of homes in England are worth (a) £800,000 or more and (b) £1,000,000 or more. 
Mr. Wills: Land Registry is able to provide information on the total number of properties sold for which prices of £800,000 or more and £1,000,000 or more have been paid. As these figures are extracted using price paid data, no information is available for any properties which have not been sold and on the basis of recorded sales figures in England within the requested price sectors. These sector-specific sales figures have then been calculated as a percentage of total annual sales from 1995 onwards. This is the date when residential property price information was first produced. Quarterly data for 2007 are provided, with percentages calculated from the total volume of sales during each period.
|Land Registry Price Reports for England 1995 to 2007|
|Total sales||Sales £800,000 to £1 million||Percentage of total||Total sales £1 million+||Percentage of total|
The data available on the number of successful prosecutions for trafficking under age women into the UK are not broken down by age or gender. It is therefore not possible to say how many men were convicted or how many victims were under age women.
However, there were 67 convictions for trafficking related offences, under the Sexual Offences Act 2003, at 22 October, 2007. The Sexual Offences Act 2003 came into force on 1 May, 2004 specifically to combat human trafficking. In 2004, three convictions were secured using the Sexual Offences Act 2003; in 2005 there were 21, 27 in 2006 and to date this year, there have been 16.
Mr. Clelland: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many fines were issued to registered vehicle owners for failing to comply with the statutory off-road notification declaration in (a) 2003-04, (b) 2004-05, (c) 2005-06 and (d) 2006-07. 
|Successful Prosecutions||County Court Judgments|
Mr. Clelland: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many registered vehicle owners paid fines issued for failing to comply with statutory off-road notification declarations in (a) 2003-04, (b) 2004-05, (c) 2005-06 and (d) 2006-07. 
Mr. Malins: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what the average cost per week to the public purse is of (a) a person in prison and (b) a person undergoing residential drug rehabilitation treatment as part of a non-custodial sentence. 
The average weekly cost to the public purse of a person undergoing residential drug rehabilitation treatment as part of a non-custodial sentence depends on the nature of the treatment delivered. Costs are set out in the following table:
|Treatment type||£ per week|
Mrs. May: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many contracts were awarded by his Department to Opinion Leader Research in each year since 1997; and what was (a) the title and purpose, (b) the cost to the public purse and (c) the dates of (i) tender, (ii) award, (iii) operation and (iv) completion and report to the Department in each case. 
|Detail (including payments)|
|(a) Title and purpose||(b) Cost (£) (including VAT)||(c)i Date tender proposal received||(c)ii Date contract awarded||(c)iii Date carried out||(c)iv Date completed/report to Department|
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