Jim Cousins: To ask the Secretary of State for Health with reference to the Answer of 19 October 2006, Official Report, columns 1438-42W, on sexually transmitted diseases, how many diagnoses there were of each disease per head of population in each year since 2000-01; and how many cases there were of each (a) in total and (b) per head of population in (i) 2005-06 and (ii) 2006-07. 
An error has been identified in the first table that appeared in the written answer given to the hon. Member for Newcastle upon Tyne, Central (Jim Cousins) on 3 March 2008. The table should have read as follows:
|Total number and rate of new STIs diagnosed in genito-urinary medicine (GUM) clinics in England; 2001-06|
|Total number of new STI diagnoses( 1)||Rate of new STI diagnoses( 1)|
|(1) Includes those shown in the table that gives details on the rate of new diagnosis of selected STIs diagnosed in GUM clinics in England, per 100,000; 2001-06 and breakdown of confirmed positive chlamydia diagnosis among those aged 13-24 by year in England.|
Mr. Moss: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what her most recent estimate is of the number of migrant workers there were in (a) Cambridgeshire, (b) Peterborough and (c) North East Cambridgeshire constituency in each of the last three years. 
An error has been identified in the written answer given to the hon. Member for North-East Cambridgeshire (Mr. Moss) on 22 February 2008. The correct version of the table supplied by the national statistician is as follows:
|Number of migrant workers in Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and North East Cambridgeshire in the last three years|
|Cambridgeshire||Peterborough||North East Cambridgeshire|
|12 months ending June each year||Employment l evel (thousand)( 1)||Non-UK born persons in employment as percentage of all in employment( 2)||Employment l evel (thousand)( 1)||Non-UK born persons in employment as percentage of all in employment( 2)||Employment l evel (thousand)( 1)||Non-UK born persons in employment as percentage of all in employment( 2)|
|(1) Includes males aged 16 to 64 and females aged 16 to 59.|
(2) Denominator for percentage does not include respondents who did not answer the question on country of birth.
1. Estimates are subject to sampling variability.
2. It should also be noted that the country of birth question in the APS gives an undercount because:
it excludes certain people who have been resident in the UK for less than six months.
it excludes students in halls who do not have a UK resident parent.
it excludes people in most other types of communal establishments (e.g. hotels, boarding houses, hostels, mobile home sites, etc.).
it is grossed to population estimates which exclude migrants staying for less than 12 months.
microdata are grossed to population estimates consistent with those published in spring 2003 which are significantly lower than the latest population estimates.
Annual Population Survey (APS), ONS