(2) on how many occasions in the Cabinet Office confidential data have been downloaded on to compact discs (i) without and (ii) with encryption in the last 12 month period for which figures are available; how many of those discs have been posted without using recorded or registered delivery; what procedures the Office has in place for the (A) transport, (B) exchange and (C) delivery of confidential or sensitive data; what records are kept of information held by the Office being sent outside the Office; what changes have been made to the Office's rules and procedures on data protection in the last two years; on how many occasions the Office's procedures and rules on data protection have been breached in the last five years; what those breaches were; what procedures the Office has in place on downloading confidential data on to computer discs before its transfer; what technical protections there are in the Office's computer systems to prevent access to information held on those systems which is not in accordance with departmental procedures; and if he will place in the Library a copy of
each of the Office's rules and procedures on the protection of confidential data on individuals, businesses and other organisations; 
(3) how many employees of each grade in the Cabinet Office (a) have access to confidential or sensitive data and (b) are authorised to download such data to disc; how many of the Offices employees have undergone data protection training in the last 12 months; what the average length of time is that each employee of the Office has spent on data protection training; how many investigations of employees of the Office for improperly accessing confidential information have taken place in the last 12 months; how many such investigations resulted in cases of disciplinary action; and what the circumstances of each of those cases were. 
Mr. Evans: To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (1) how many confirmed data security breaches there have been in the Cabinet Office in the last 36 months; and what action was taken after each occurrence; 
(2) how many confirmed data security breaches there have been in (a) the Prime Minister's Office and (b) the Leader of the House's Office in the last 36 months; and what action was taken after each occurrence. 
Keith Vaz: To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster what procedures are in place in the Cabinet Office to ensure that personal information relating to members of the public is (a) stored and (b) transported securely. 
Edward Miliband: I refer the right hon. and hon. Members to the statement made by my right hon. Friend the Prime Minister on 21 November 2007, Official Report, column 1179. The review by the Cabinet Secretary and security experts is looking at procedures within Departments and agencies for the storage and use of data. A statement on Departments' procedures will be made on completion of the review.
Edward Miliband: I refer the hon. Member to my answer to the right hon. Member for Horsham (Mr. Maude) on 30 October 2007, Official Report, columns 1075-76W. I can also confirm that Mr. Stan Greenberg has not received a salary from the Cabinet Office or 10 Downing street since 27 June.
Mr. Maude: To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster what role the administrator of the Downing Street Political Office will play in arranging events (a) on Government property and (b) in Government facilities. 
As was the practice under previous administrations and in accordance with the Ministerial Code, I have hosted a number of political events at Downing street. The costs for these events are met by the Labour Party.
Phil Hope: Since the youth-led volunteering charity v was established in May 2006, it has received pledges from the private sector totalling over £30 million. Of this amount, v has drawn down £8.4 million of the private sector funding, with a further £8.4 million match-funded by Government.
Mike Penning: To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster which organisations have received grants from the Russell Commission since March 2006; what assessment he has made of the effectiveness of those grants in enabling organisations to increase volunteering by young people; and if he will make a statement. 
Phil Hope: The independent charity v was set up in May 2006 to implement recommendations of the 2005 Russell Commission report into youth action and engagement. The Office of the Third Sector has regular meetings with v to monitor progress against these targets.
Details of the organisations v has commissioned to provide short-term, part-time and full-time volunteering opportunities are set out in press releases published by v on 24 July 2006; 27 September 2006; and 26 March 2007 which are available on vs website at www.wearev.com.
In addition, through the Match Fund scheme, v has partnered with the private sector and has paid out £8.4 million to a further 73 organisations to generate volunteering opportunities for young people. Taken together, the total number of volunteering opportunities commissioned has now reached 210,000.
Last week v unveiled the organisations who will receive £75 million funding through its new national youth volunteering programme, vinvolved starting in April 2008. This is the first time that there will be a nationwide network of people and organisations focused on youth volunteering.
Greg Clark: To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster if he will list the projects which were approved under the Millennium Volunteer programme but which will no longer be funded from April 2008. 
v, an independent charity, made the decisions about future funding for Millennium
Volunteers projects through an open and transparent commissioning process. To date over 200 third sector organisations have received funding through vinvolved. Sixty out of the 95 organisations will receive funding through vinvolved. Details of the successful organisations are available on v's website at
1. Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council
2. CEDAR Projects
3. Dearne Valley Venture
4. Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council
5. Family Education Development Trust
6. Hackney Voluntary Action
7. Henshaws Society for Blind People
8. Leeds College of Technology
9. Nottingham City Council
10. Read on Write Away
11. Sports volunteering North West
12. Stoke on Trent College
13. Student Community Action Newcastle (SCAN)
14. Studentforce for Sustainability
15.Torridge Voluntary Services
16.Wandsworth Voluntary Sector Development Agency
17. Wycombe Youth Action
18. Youth Voice
The following organisations currently providing MV were unsuccessful at full application stage. However, this list is subject to change as in 14 local areas, v was unable to appoint vinvolved teams, v will be inviting the following organisations to reapply along with others through their further application process, details will be available on vs website week beginning 3 December 2007.
20. Citizens Advice
23. Hammersmith and Fulham Volunteer Centre
24. Hartlepool Voluntary Development Agency
25. Oxfordshire Children and Voluntary Youth Services
26. Southend Association of Voluntary Services
27. St. Thomas Community Network
28. University of Birmingham Guild of Students
29. Volunteer Centre Tower Hamlets
30. Wakefield Council
31. Watford and District YMCA
32. Blackpool Council (Integrated Youth Service)
33. Connexions Somerset Ltd.
34. Southwark Council
35. Worcestershire County Council Youth Service
Barbara Follett: The Government Equalities Office is currently in the process of establishing itself as a separate department. In the interim, its personnel records are held by the Department of Communities and Local Government. Although DCLG check information to ensure people who apply for posts here are eligible to work, they do not record their nationality on their staff directory database.
Mrs. Villiers: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport (1) when she expects passengers using (a) Birmingham, (b) Bristol, (c) Glasgow, (d) Edinburgh and (e) Manchester airports to be allowed to take more than one item of hand luggage on their journey; 
Jim Fitzpatrick: My right hon. Friends written statement of 14 November explained that airports may permit passengers to carry more than one item of hand luggage from 7 January 2008, provided they have been able to show that they have in place the screening capacity needed to handle the additional bags without any adverse impact on the standard of security achieved. It is now the responsibility of each airport to bring its plans to the Department for approval, as and when it is ready to do so.
Jim Fitzpatrick: The Secretary of State has regular contact with Home Office Ministers to discuss ways in which the passenger experience at our major airports, including at immigration, can be improved.
Harry Cohen: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport what the main features are of the police services agreement for designated airports; what costs are expected to arise from it; and upon whom these costs will fall. 
Jim Fitzpatrick: Police service agreements need to specify the level of policing to be provided at each designated airport, to be determined following consultation with other security stakeholders, including industry, HM Revenue and Custom and the Border and Immigration Agency. They shall also specify the payments to be made by the airport manager in connection with that policing, and any accommodation and facilities to be provided by the manager.
Ms Abbott: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport pursuant to the Prime Minister's statement of 14 November on national security, from which airports passengers will be allowed to fly with more than one item of hand luggage in 2008; and if she will make a statement. 
Jim Fitzpatrick: My right hon. Friend's written statement of 14 November explained that airports will be allowed to make changes to the one bag rule from 7 January 2008. Airport authorities are working with their key stakeholders (including airlines) to complete proposals which seek the Department's approval for the removal of the one cabin bag regulation at their airport. They will need to be able to show that they will have in place the screening capacity to be able to handle the additional cabin bags, whether by the use of new technology and procedures, or by deploying extra staff or other resources.
Jim Fitzpatrick: Annual total car vehicle kilometres for 1997 and 2006 are available in Table 7.2 of Transport Statistics Great Britain 2007. This publication is available in the House of Commons Library or online at: