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Mr. Watson [holding answer 14 March 2008]: For details of the work Nick Coleman has been commissioned to provide, I refer the hon. Member to the answer given to him on 19 February 2008, Official Report, columns 688-89W.
(2) what the average subscription charge for the governmentfunding.org.uk website is; and what average sum was received from (i) voluntary, (ii) statutory and (iii) commercial organisations in the last period for which figures are available; 
(3) how many (a) voluntary, (b) commercial and (c) statutory organisations (i) subscribe, (ii) subscribed in each of the last three years to the governmentfunding.org.uk website and (iii) are eligible to pay subscription fees. 
Phil Hope: The Government Funding Portal helps third sector organisations to locate and apply for Government grants. The Office of the Third Sector (OTS) provides grant funding for the Directory for Social Change (DSC) to manage the portal. This year they are introducing charges for users of the service they provide at a rate of £75.00 for organisations with an income of above £500,000 per year. The amount they receive from introducing charges this year for third sector organisations is a matter for DSC. The Office of the Third Sectors grant in 2008-09 to DSC will subsidise third sector organisations with an income of less than £500,000 per year.
Edward Miliband: The budget for the website is a matter for getsafeonline.org. It is funded through contributions by private and public sector organisations to promote internet safety among the general public and small businesses.
Mr. Pickles: To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster pursuant to the Answer of 24th April 2008, Official Report, column 2174W, on Ministers: official residences, what the budgeted cost of the redecoration undertaken as part of the lifecycle programme was. 
Mike Penning: To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster what the rate of youth unemployment was in Hemel Hempstead constituency at the end of each month since January 2005; and if he will make a statement. 
As National Statistician, I have been asked to reply to your Parliamentary Question asking what the rate of youth unemployment was in Hemel Hempstead Constituency at the end of each month since January 2005. 
The Office for National Statistics compiles unemployment statistics for local areas from the Annual Population Survey (APS) following International Labour Organisation definitions. Unfortunately, sample sizes are too small to produce estimates of the rate of youth unemployment in the Hemel Hempstead constituency.
As an alternative, table 1 attached, shows the percentage of persons aged 18-24 claiming Job Seekers Allowance in the Hemel Hempstead constituency for each month since January 2005.
These figures, along with many other labour market statistics, including employment, unemployment and claimant count are available for the Hemel Hempstead Parliamentary Constituency on the NOMIS website at:
|Table 1: Percentage of persons aged 18-24, claiming jobseekers allowance resident in the Hemel Hempstead parliamentary constituency, January 2005 to April 2008|
|(1) Rates for all periods are based on mid-2005 population estimates.|
Jobcentre Plus administrative system.
Mr. Laws: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families what plans he has to allow consortiums of secondary schools to become single academies; and if he will make a statement. 
Jim Knight: While the large majority of individual academies replace an existing underperforming school, a number of academies are the result of local authority reorganisation, and may replace one or more schools with a single academy.
Susan Kramer: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families (1) what his most recent estimate is of the number of looked-after children in each region receiving treatment or counselling for mental health problems; 
Kevin Brennan: Information on the number of looked after children in each region receiving treatment or counselling for mental health problems is not collected centrally. A range of measures to improve the health of looked after children were set out in the white paper Care Matters: Time for Change. We have recently introduced an outcome measure on the emotional health of looked after children in the local government national indicator set. The first data will be collected in April 2009. We will also publish revised guidance on promoting the health of looked after children which, for the first time, will be statutory for health bodies as well as local authorities. This will include guidance on the provision of targeted child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) for looked after children.
|Children looked after during year ending 31 March 2007 who had more than one placement during the year( 1, 2, 3, 4)|
|Number of children|
|(1) Source: Figures are taken from the SSDA903 return.|
(2 )Figures exclude children looked after under an agreed series of short term placements.
(3 )Children looked after during the year includes children looked after at 31 March 2007 and who ceased to be looked after during the year.
(4 )To maintain the confidentiality of each individual child, data at national level have been rounded to the nearest 100 if they exceed 1,000 or to the nearest 10 otherwise. Figures at local authority level have been rounded to the nearest five and figures at region level to the nearest 10. Where the number was five or less (other than 0) this has been suppressed and replaced with a hyphen (). As a consequence of our rounding and suppression, figures may not sum to the total.
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