Mr. Moore: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs pursuant to the answer of 15 November 2007, Official Report, column 392W, on Middle East: peace negotiations, what rank or grade is held by the seconded civil servants to Mr. Blair's office; what their combined salary and expenses costs have been; from what budget these costs are being drawn; what financial and logistical contributions have been made by (a) the United States of America, (b) Russia and (c) the European Union to the United Nations Development Programme Trust Fund to support the work of Mr. Blair and his office; and if he will make a statement. 
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has seconded: one higher executive officer equivalent; one Grade 7 equivalent; and one senior civil servant equivalent to work in the right hon. Tony Blair's office. The FCO is funding their salaries. It would not be appropriate to give salary details as to do so could reveal individuals' salaries.
Jim Dobbin: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many reports of occurrences inconsistent with routine patient care were made to the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority by Professor Alison Murdoch in each year of her tenure as an inspector; and how many serious incidents were reported to the Authority. 
|HFEA incident alert system: number of incidences handled since 2002-03( 1)
(1) Numbers cover all licensed clinics that have submitted a report.
(2) The most recent year for which a report has been published.
HFEA annual reports 2003-04 to 2006-07.
John McDonnell: To ask the hon. Member for Gosport, representing the Speaker's Committee on the Electoral Commission what the document retention policy of the Commission is regarding original donation returns; what that policy was before 2004; and whether the Commission has destroyed any such returns. 
Sir Peter Viggers: The Electoral Commission informs me that it retains all documents which it must retain by law or otherwise considers to be required for its current or future business needs. In July 2005 the Commission ordered the destruction of original hard copy donation returns from political parties from 2001 to 2003. The Commission has retained all original hard copy donation returns from political parties from 2004 onwards. The Commission has retained most original hard copies of donation returns from regulated donees from 2001 onwards and all original hard copies of donation returns from regulated donees from 2007 onwards. The Commission does not plan to destroy any other donation returns in the future.
The Commission is required to publish on its registers certain specific information from these donation returns. All of this information remains on those registers, whether or not the original return was destroyed. The registers are available to view on the Commissions website at: