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These data were created using a comprehensive relevant word search from the Big Lottery Fund's database as there is not a field that breaks grants down using this categorisation. For this reason a small number of grants to military and naval charities may not have been included. Conversely there may be grants included that have been delivered to related applicants such as Royal British Legion Social Clubs.
The Heritage Lottery Fund has also awarded lottery grants to military and naval charities, but is unable to supply this detailed information within the time allowed. I will write to the hon. Member for Westbury with this additional information and place a copy of my reply in the Library of the House.
Lynne Featherstone: To ask the Secretary of State for Wales pursuant to the answer of 4 June 2008, Official Report, column 922W, on departmental pay, how many and what proportion of employees in his Department who received a performance-related bonus at their 2006-07 appraisal were (a) male, (b) female, (c) from an ethnic minority and (d) disabled; and if he will make a statement. 
The remaining staff are on the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) system. This is a pay system that recognises good performance by its employees. Performance is assessed under the common Performance management system. For employees whose performance is rated as Exceeded a small bonus is paid along with the annual pay increase. Those who achieve Succeeded receive the normal pay increase and those with a Not met marking received no award.
In line with Cabinet Office guidance, the Wales Office does not publish information about disabilities for reasons of privacy. For the same reason I am unable to provide figures for bonuses paid to those staff from an ethnic minority.
The Wales Office is a small Department associated with the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) for services. Plans for green transport will be compiled by MOJ and include the Wales Office. We plan to place our part of the plan, when completed later this year, on our website
Mr. Hunt: To ask the Minister for the Olympics how many contracts for the 2012 Olympic Games have been awarded to companies in the boroughs of (a) Greenwich, (b) Hackney, (c) Newham, (d) Tower Hamlets, (e) Waltham Forest and (f) London as a whole. 
Mr. Hunt: To ask the Minister for the Olympics how many contracts for the London 2012 Olympic Games have been made; and what proportion this represents of the total number of contracts currently available for tender. 
Mr. Hunt: To ask the Minister for the Olympics how many contracts for the 2012 Olympic Games have been awarded to small and medium-sized enterprises in (a) England, (b) Wales, (c) Northern Ireland and (d) Scotland. 
|(1) One business registered in Northern Ireland has supplied the ODA to date, and this is categorised as a large business|
Many of the opportunities for small and medium- sized business will exist in the London 2012 supply chains. In addition to establishing the London 2012 Business Network, which gives businesses across the country access to opportunities in the supply chains, over the last year the ODA has visited each of the UK's nations and regions to raise awareness of the business opportunities generated by the 2012 Games.
Hugh Robertson: To ask the Minister for the Olympics how many and what proportion of units of accommodation in the athletes' village will be used for affordable housing after the 2012 Olympics. 
Tessa Jowell [holding answer 9 June 2008]: By 2012, up to 3,500 residential units will have been built for use as athletes accommodation in the Olympic Village. Following the Games, the Olympic Village will become a high quality, sustainable community. The athletes' accommodation will be converted into residential homes and be supplemented by additional residential housing, the full details of which are still being developed. The residential housing will be complemented by public spaces, health and education facilities, and much improved transport links.
Mr. Dodds: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many offences of domestic abuse were committed in (a) A District Command Unit area, (b) B District Command Unit area and (c) Northern Ireland in each of the last 10 years, broken down by (i) age and (ii) sex of the victim; and how many of these were repeat offences in each year. 
Paul Goggins: The following table shows recorded crimes with a domestic motivation broken down by age over 17 years and age under 17 years and by gender for (i) A district Command and (ii) B District Command. Due to a change in systems, comparable statistics are available only from 2004-05. Information on the number of repeat offences is not available.
|Recorded crimes with a domestic motivation: gender and age of victims, a and b districts and Northern Ireland 2004-05 to 2007-08|
|Females 17 and over||Males 17 and over||Children under 17||Gender/age unknown( 1)||Total Offences|
|(1) Gender/age unknown figures include the offence of breach of non molestation order from 2005-06 onwards. Breaches of non molestation orders have been counted as offences in Northern Ireland under the Home Office Counting Rules from 1 April 2005. Source: Central Statistics Unit, PSNI|
Mr. Dodds: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many and what percentage of domestic abuse offences in Northern Ireland occurred during the Christmas/New Year period in each of the last 10 years. 
Paul Goggins: The following table shows incident and crime figures by year, number over Christmas period, and Christmas period as a percentage of the complete year. Due to a change in systems, comparable statistics are available only from 2004-05.
|Number for complete year||Number for period 24 December to 1 January||24 December to 1 January as percentage of complete year|
Central Statistics Unit, PSNI
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