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|Table 2: Gross and net savings for the UK|
|Gross saving (NQET)||Consumption of fixed capital (NQAE)||Net saving (NQET)||Gross saving ratio||Net saving ratio|
Quarterly data are only published for series listed as follows and can be downloaded from the ONS website http://www.statistics.gov.uk/
Household and NPISH Gross Saving (NSSH)
Household and NPISH Gross Saving Ratio (RVGL)
UK Gross Saving (NQET)
UK National Accounts, the Blue Book 2007
Mr. Hoban: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer pursuant to the answer of 12 December 2007, Official Report, column 617W, on marginal tax rates, what estimate he has made of the number of households which will experience marginal deduction rates of between (a) 60 and 61 per cent. and (b) 62 and 63 per cent. under the 2008-09 tax and benefits system. 
Jane Kennedy: Estimates of the number of families facing marginal deduction rates above 60, 70, 80 and 90 per cent. under the 2008-09 tax and benefits system were published in the 2007 pre-Budget report and comprehensive spending review, table 5.2.
Sir Michael Spicer: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer when a reply will be sent to the hon. Member for West Worcestershire's letter of 9 November 2007 on capital gains tax and the loss of indexation allowance (PO reference: 1/52674/2007, HMT reference: 1154N 07/08). 
Mr. Hayes: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many staff aged between 16 and 18 were employed by his Department (a) directly and (b) through an employment agency in each of the last 10 years; what proportion of these were given time off work to undertake some form of training; and what proportion were provided with some form of training (i) wholly and (ii) partially funded by his Department. 
Mr. Dismore: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what proportion of accident and emergency department admissions at (a) Barnet and Chase Farm hospital, (b) Royal Free hospital and (c) Northwick Park hospital were seen, treated and discharged or admitted within target times set in the most recent period for which figures are available; what the equivalent figures were in 1997; what the (i) average and (ii) longest waiting time for treatment was in the last 12 months; and if he will make a statement. 
Data is collected on the proportion of attendances at accident and emergency (A and E) departments that are seen and admitted, transferred or discharged within four hours of arrival. It is not possible to establish the proportion of patients who are admitted to hospital via A and E departments that were also seen, diagnosed and treated within four hours of arrival.
Information is also not available at the level of individual hospitals. For 2006-07 and quarters 1 and 2 of 2007-08 the percentage of patients who were seen and admitted, transferred or discharged within four hours of their arrival at the relevant national health service trusts is shown in the following table. Data available on performance against the operational standard do not go back to 1997.
|2006-07||2007-08 Q1||2007-08 Q2|
The Department collects A and E data at trust rather than hospital level. The table shows data for the relevant trusts. The Northwick Park hospital information is provided by North West London hospitals NHS trust.
Department of Health dataset QMAE
Mr. Dismore: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many attendances there were at (a) Barnet Hospital accident and emergency department, (b) Royal Free Hospital accident and emergency department and (c) Edgware Hospital walk-in centre in (i) each of the last three years and (ii) 2007-08 to date; and if he will make a statement. 
Mr. Bradshaw: The information is not available centrally in the format requested, as data on accident and emergency (A and E) attendances are not collected at the level of individual hospitals and services.
The 2007-08 data include quarter 1 and quarter 2 only.
Department of Health dataset QMAE
(2) what the (a) target response time and (b) average response time in the (i) last 12 months and (ii) in 2008 and (c) longest response time in the (A) last 12 months and (B) 2007-08 for an NHS ambulance service call was in Barnet; and if he will make a statement. 
Mr. Bradshaw: It is for strategic health authorities (SHAs), as the local headquarters of the national health service, and primary care trusts, as commissioners, to ensure that national response time standards are delivered and maintained by ambulance trusts, and we understand that my hon. Friend has raised this directly with Barnet primary care trust.
The Department implemented a £25 million capital incentive scheme during 2006-07. A similar scheme operated in 2004-05. Both schemes rewarded trusts who demonstrated improved levels of performance including response times.
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