Dr. Fox: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence pursuant to the written ministerial statement of 20 May 2008, Official Report, columns 15-18WS, on helicopters on operations, where training will be conducted as part of the helicopter support initiative. 
Des Browne: The European Defence Agency, with support from the UK and France, is currently analysing member states' training capacities and training needs to assess the potential added value of multi-national initiatives. At this stage it would be premature to speculate on solutions.
Dr. Fox: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence pursuant to the Answer of 15th May 2008, Official Report, column 1580W, on Bosnia and Herzegovina: peacekeeping operations, whether (a) the UK, (b) Germany and (c) Italy will backfill the requirement for the Ready Battalion Operational Reserve Force while the UK deploys the 2 Battalion, The Rifles to Kosovo. 
Dr. Fox: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence pursuant to the Answer of 14th May 2008, Official Report, column 1580W, on Bosnia and Herzegovina: peacekeeping operations, what the operational language is for those units serving in the multi-national NATO/EU pan-Balkans Operational Reserve Force. 
Steve Webb: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence if he will place in the Library copies of each of the research reports commissioned by his Department on climate change in the last five years. 
Impacts of sea level rise based on current state-of-the-art modelling;
Environmental stresses from detailed climate model simulations for the middle east and Gulf region;
Briefing document on environmental stresses from climate change; and
Report on changes in storm surges from detailed model simulations for the Bay of Bengal.
Des Browne: The Defence Planning Assumptions are currently under review as part of the Department's routine strategic planning cycle. I expect this work will be completed this year and the results published in the next Defence White Paper in the usual way.
Lynne Featherstone: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many and what proportion of employees in his Department who received a performance-related bonus at their last appraisal were (a) male, (b) female, (c) from an ethnic minority, (d) disabled and (e) not heterosexual; and if he will make a statement. 
Derek Twigg: Some 52,500 individuals are recorded as having received a bonus in the principal Ministry of Defence bonus award process for civilian staff in 2007. This number is broken down as follows:
Mr. Bob Ainsworth:
An initial assessment of the damage has been made while HMS Superb has been alongside in Aqaba, Jordan. HMS SuperB has been
judged to be safe to sail but will be undertaking further assessment alongside in Crete before completing her transit to the UK.
Mr. Tyrie: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many people have been (a) captured, (b) arrested and (c) detained by British forces during the conflicts in (i) Iraq and (ii) Afghanistan. 
Dr. Murrison: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence on what occasions the Study for the Inquiry into National Recognition of our armed forces met representatives of service museums; and what the dates were of those meetings. 
Portsmouth Historic Dockyard: during a visit to Portsmouth Naval Base on 16 January 2008;
National Army Museum: during a visit to the National Army Museum Chelsea on 7 March 2008
RAF Museum: at a meeting with the RAF Museum Director (Dr Michael Fopp) in Portcullis House on 4 March 2008.
Dr. Murrison: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence pursuant to the answer of 2 June 2008, Official Report, column 692W, on the National Recognition of our Armed Forces Inquiry, what timescale he has set for a full response to the National Recognition Study Report. 
Mr. Hancock: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many times special nuclear vehicles were used on the road between April 2007 and March 2008; and how many special escort group operations there were in the same period. 
Norman Baker: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence pursuant to the answer of 21 May 2008, Official Report, column 379W, on the armed forces: USA, on how many occasions since 1997 visiting US personnel have been (a) prosecuted under UK law and (b) dealt with under US law for offences committed in the UK; and what information his Department holds on the results of such cases dealt with by the US military authorities. 
11. Mr. Scott: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what recent assessment she has made of the effect of relevant targets set by her Department on police priorities; and if she will make a statement. 
Mr. McNulty: In developing our new public service agreementswhich came into effect in Aprilthe Home Office and Ministry of Justice consulted extensively with the police service over the impact that previous PSA targets had had on police priorities. The new objectives on crime reduction and criminal justice reflect that feedback and place a renewed emphasis on the police and their partners identifying and addressing specific local priorities while ensuring that the most serious crimes and criminals are tackled as a matter of course in all areas.
Mr. Coaker: TGAP demonstrated how a relatively small amount of money£2 millioncan drive focused cross-agency action to deliver prevention, risk management, community reassurance and enforcementand make a real difference on the ground. Further details are available in TGAP's monitoring report and in Tackling Gangs: A Practical Guide on the Home Office's Crime Reduction website.
13. Dr. Julian Lewis: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether she plans to put in place measures for the comprehensive storage of national telephone and e-mail communications data. 
Mr. McNulty: We are considering how we ensure that we can continue to have access to communications data in the light of changing technology, and are developing proposals for the Communications Data Bill announced in the Government's draft legislative programme.
Mr. McNulty: Since April 2008 every area in England and Wales has had a neighbourhood policing team. These teams meet with their local communities to agree the local priorities for action. And in the Green Paper that I will publish shortly, I will set out our plan to introduce a policing pledge which will set out a national standard on what people can expect from the police, underpinned in each area by a set of local priorities agreed by people in each neighbourhood.