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Robert Neill: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer pursuant to the answer to the right hon. Member for Horsham of 7 January 2008, Official Report, column 332W, on Government Departments: property, what the address was of each empty property listed in the answer, according to records held in the e-PIMS database. 
As e-PIMS is a live service, vacant records may have been added or removed since the answer to the right hon. Member for Horsham (Mr. Maude) of 7 January 2008, Official Report, column 332W. This demonstrates that vacant space on the Government estate is being actively managed by Government organisations that have that space.
The answer covers both properties that are entirely or only partially vacant. To distinguish between those properties would incur disproportionate cost. In the case of partially vacant properties, only the area of vacant space is given.
The sensitive marker on e-PIMS is used to protect buildings held by the security services or for other sensitive purposes. Information on these buildings is excluded from data made publicly available.
Mr. Austin Mitchell: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer pursuant to the answer of 27 November 2007, Official Report, column 393W, on insurance: public participation, which small independent brokers were consulted by the Financial Services Authority in preparation of the report on the hard disclosure of commission earned by brokers of commercial insurance expected to be published shortly; and if he will make a statement. 
Angela Eagle: This is a matter for the Financial Services Authority. The Financial Services Authority commissioned the analysis by CRA Commercial insurance commission disclosure: Market Failure Analysis and high level Cost Benefit Analysis as a part of its ongoing review of appropriate commission disclosure on insurance sold to commercial customers. The full CRA report and the FSA program of work can be found at:
Vaccines are cheap and effective ways of saving lives. Diseases like smallpox, measles, and polio have already been successfully controlled or even eradicated with the help of vaccines. There are strong reasons for frontloading resources for vaccine distribution through the International Finance Facility
for Immunisation (IFFIm). When a child is vaccinated, it not only reduces the risk to him/her, but also reduces the risk to others who come in contact with the child, preventing the spread of disease.
The World Health Organisation has estimated that spending $4 billion through IFFIm without frontloading would save an estimated 2.5 million lives before 2015. But by frontloading $4 billion, twice as many livesan estimated five millioncould be saved in the years to 2015, and a further five million afterwards.
Through IFFIm funding, by the end of 2007, an estimated 14.5 million children will have been reached with vaccine against hepatitis B, and 4.4 million children with vaccine against yellow feversaving the lives of children in the worlds poorest countries.
The National Statistician has been asked to reply to your recent Parliamentary Question asking how many cases of lung cancer were diagnosed in each cancer network in each year since 1997. I am replying in her absence. (190040)
The most recent available figures for newly diagnosed cases of lung cancer registered in England are for the year 2005. Figures for patients diagnosed with lung cancer by Cancer Network in England for the years 1997 to 2005 are in the table.
|Registrations of newly diagnosed cases of lung( 1) cancer by Cancer Network( 2) in England, 1997-2005|
|(1) Lung cancer is coded to C34 in the International Classification of Diseases Tenth Revision (ICD-10)|
(2 )Cancer Network boundaries as at January 2008.
Office for National Statistics
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