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|Count of finished admissions for gunshot wounds and knife related injuries by ethnicity for period 2002-03 to 2006-07, national heath service hospitals England and activity performed in the independent sector in England commissioned by English NHS|
|White||Mixed||Asian or Asian British||Black or Black British||Other Ethnic Group||Not known||Not Stated||Total|
Mike Penning: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many times his Department hired VIP facilities at (a) Heathrow, (b) Gatwick, (c) Luton and (d) Stansted airports in each month since May 2006; and what the expenditure on VIP facilities at each was in each of those months. 
Details of the cost of overseas travel for Cabinet Ministers, including the cost of travel and accommodation are contained in the Overseas Travel by Cabinet Ministers list. The latest list for the period 1 April 2006 to 31 March 2007 was published on 25 July 2007 and is available at:
All ministerial travel is made in accordance with the Ministerial Code. Travel for staff and special advisers is made in accordance with the Civil Service Management Code. Copies of both publications are available in the Library.
Jim Cousins: To ask the Secretary of State for Health when he plans to reply to the letter from the hon. Member for Newcastle Central on the date of the publication of the report from the Advisory Committee on Resource Allocation. 
Mr. Bradshaw: We have been advised by the chairman of Monitor (the statutory name of which is the Independent Regulator of NHS foundation trusts) that Monitor's Business Plan 2008-09 states the total required budget of the organisation for the year 2008-09 is £16.175 million.
Dr. Moyes was previously Director-General of the British Retail Consortium from 2000-03 and Head of the Infrastructure Investments Department at the Bank of Scotland. He joined the British Linen Bank (a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Bank of Scotland) in 1994. Before that, he held a variety of posts in the Scottish Office, including Director of Strategy and Performance Management in the Management Executive of the national health service in Scotland. He joined the civil service in 1974 in the then Department of the Environment and was a member of the Economic Secretariat in the Cabinet Office between 1980 and 1983;
Mr. Mellor is also Non-Executive Chairman of Water Services in Northern Ireland and is Senior Independent Non-Executive Director of Grontmij UK Ltd., the consulting engineers firm. He retired as Chief Executive of Anglian Water Group plc in March 2003, after 13 years with the company. Previously he was a Non-Executive Director of Addenbrookes NHS Trust between 1994 and 1998, where he was Chair of the Audit Committee. Chris Mellor was also a member of the Governments Advisory Committee on Business in the Environment;
Stephen Thornton is Chief Executive of The Health Foundation, which is an independent healthcare charitable foundation working to improve the quality of healthcare in the UK. He has held various senior executive NHS management and board positions over the last 15 years. He was Chief Executive of Cambridge and Huntingdon Health Authority from 1993 to 1997, and Chief Executive of the NHS Confederation from 1997 to 2001. He was a Commissioner on the Board of the Healthcare Commission from February 2004 until July 2006;
Baroness Elaine Murphy is a clinician by background and was Professor of Old Age Psychiatry at Guys and St. Thomass Hospitals 1983 to 1996. At the time she also held an NHS general management position. Over the last 12 years she has held a wide range of executive/non-executive board positions covering a wide range of areas including the voluntary sector and the Mental Health Act Commission. She was Chair of the North East London Strategic Health Authority until 30 June 2006. She is also Chair of St. Georges Medical School and sits in the House of Lords as a crossbencher; and
A venture capital and corporate advisor, Ms Goffe is also a trustee of the Kings Fund. She has previously served as a Non-Executive Director of the Independent Television Commission and a Non-Executive Director of Moorfields Eye Hospital Trust from 1994-2004. Ms Goffe also chaired the trusts Audit and Commercial Services Committees and was a member of its Remuneration Committee. Between 1984 and 1991 she was employed by the 3i Group plc in a number of investment roles, culminating in the position of Investment Director. Ms Goffe is a chartered accountant by profession.
The following table shows the revenue resource limits (RRLs) per capita for Suffolk and England, for the years 2002-03 to 2006-07, which are the latest years for which these data are available by individual health body.
|£ per head|
|Suffolk( 1)||England( 2)|
|(1) Figures for SuffolkRRL data for 2002-03 to 2006-07 relate to all PCTs in Suffolk and take account of any adjustments made to initial allocations, including both topslice and repayment of topslice.|
(2) England: RRL data for 2002-03 to 2006-07 relate to all health authorities and PCTs.
(3) As 2002-03 population figures were not available we have used 2001-02 population data as a proxy.
The figures represent expenditure by the particular commissioners within the areas specified. This does not include all health related expenditure as pharmaceutical services and most general dental services expenditure is not accounted for by commissioners.
Audited primary care trust (PCT) summarisation schedules 2002-03 to 2006-07
Unweighted population figures Department of Health Allocations Branch
Anne Milton: To ask the Secretary of State for Health pursuant to the answer of 29 February 2008, Official Report, column 1977W, on the NHS: private sector, whether there is a (a) legislative and (b) other basis for the principle that an individual cannot simultaneously be a national health service and a privately-funded patient of the same national health service hospital within the same episode of care. 
...must be free of charge except in so far as the making and recovery of charges is expressly provided for by or under any enactment, whenever passed.
This prevents NHS bodies from accepting payments for NHS services, unless this is provided for in legislation. It also prevents an NHS body from providing an incomplete package of care which patients then top up.
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