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Mr. Hoban: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport how many officials in his Department are working on the review of licensing legislation announced by the Prime Minister in July 2007. 
A variety of officials have worked in the various strands of the project in both the Home Office and Department for Culture, Media and Sport since 2005, some of which are now complete. There are currently eight officials involved in licensing issues in the DCMS's Tourism Licensing and Economic Impact Division who are involved in elements of the evaluation to varying degrees. In addition there are a number of people within the Department who have previously contributed to specific reviews or initiatives.
Mrs. May: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport for which regulators and inspectorates his Department has had responsibility in each year since 1997; what the budget was of each such body in each year; and what the cost to the public purse was of any restructuring of each such body in each year. 
|Name of body and budget details|
|Charity Commission||Football Licensing Authority||Independent Television Commission||Ofcom( 1) (Office of Communications)||Ofcom (Office of Communications)|
|Radio Authority||Oflot (Office of the National Lottery)||National Lottery Commission||Gaming Board for Great Britain||Gambling Commission|
|(1) Responsibility for Ofcom is shared with BERR.|
(2) Budget is period from the start of Ofcom (29 December 2003 to 31 March 2004).
Mr. Jenkins: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport how much public funding was made available for (a) women's sport and (b) women's netball in the latest period for which figures are available. 
(a) It is not possible to provide total figures for investment into women's sport. Sport England's funding benefits young people and adults of all ages, especially those within hard-to-reach or priority groups, of which women are identified as one of the key target groups.
We do have figures on programmes specifically targeted at women. For example, the Women's Sport and Fitness Foundation, which exists to promote sport and active recreation as an integral part of life for women and girls, has received the following funding:
|(1 £)20,000 to support work across the Sports Equity Alliance, not solely women's sport.|
£30,000 (£10,000 in 2006-07 and £20,000 in 2007-08) has been invested in the Women and Leadership Development Programme, established in partnership with the BOA and CCPR to address the lack of women in senior decision making sports positions.
£67,500 has been invested between 2004 and 2008 in international women's sport development projects.
Synchronised swimming, (£1,617,000 for April 2006 to March 2009) and rhythmic gymnastics (integrated into the overall British Gymnastics Beijing award of £9 million) which are both female only sports.
Since 2003, female athletes have received 39 to 41 per cent. of UK Sport World Class Performance programme and World Class Pathway programme awards.
|(1 )The award figure is for the period 1 September 2002 to 31 March 2004|
|(1) The award figure is for the period 1 September 2002 to 31 August 2004.|
(2 )Includes awards in periods between 1 February 2002 to 31 March 2005.
Netball also benefits from awards to multi-sport projects e.g. multi-use games areas.
Shona McIsaac: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport what estimate he has made of the number of people involved in work-based training in the tourism sector in Cleethorpes constituency in each of the last five years. 
Margaret Hodge: The Learning and Skills Council (LSC) Yorkshire and the Humber has provided data for each of the last five years (including the current academic year) on the number of people in Cleethorpes in work-based learning in travel and tourism and in hospitality and catering. The LSC has also provided data on the number undertaking learning through Train to Gain since it was rolled out nationally in 2006.
In 2003-04, 30 Cleethorpes residents were involved in work-based learning in travel and tourism and in hospitality and catering; in 2004-05, there were 20 people; in 2005-06, there were 22 people; in 2006-07, there were 26 people; and in 2007-08 there have been 23 people so far. In addition, 21 Cleethorpes residents started learning through Train to Gain in 2006-07; and seven in 2007-08 so far.
Mr. Hoban: To ask the Leader of the House pursuant to the answer of 13 December 2007, Official Report, column 758W, on departmental meetings, how many times she met the Prime Minister in each week of the last two months. 
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