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Mr. Maude: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many copies of the Morning Star publication his Department and each of its agencies subscribes to each week; and at what cost. 
|Table 1: Pension credit expenditure|
|Nominal terms (£ million)|
|Table 2 : Pension credit expenditure|
|Real terms 2008-09 prices (£ million)|
1. Figures may not sum as they have been rounded to the nearest million.
2. Pension credit replaced minimum income guarantee in October 2003.
3. Separate net expenditure figures for minimum income guarantee and pension credit in 2003-04 are not available. However, separate gross expenditure figures are available, and these have been used to apportion total net expenditure between the two benefits.
Budget 2008 Benefit Expenditure Tables and DWP Accounting Systems.
|Financial year||Annual expenditure (£)|
Bob Spink: To ask the Minister for Women and Equality what estimate she has made of the average pay per hour worked by (a) permanent and (b) temporary staff in the Government Equalities Office in the last period for which figures are available, broken down by pay band. 
|Grade||Hourly rate( 1)|
|(1) Includes contribution for national insurance, superannuation and pensions.|
Barbara Follett: I have had a number of discussions with business organisations on gender and other equality issues over the last few months. In May I hosted a reception for over 100 businesswomen and female entrepreneurs. In June I met with John Cridland, Deputy Director-General of the CBI, and I was also pleased to attend and address a recent event organised by the CBI and TUC to launch their recent publication Talent Not Tokenism.
Mr. Hollobone: To ask the Minister for Women and Equality what recent discussions she has had with HM Treasury about the proportion of women among staff losing their jobs as a result of tax office reorganisation in (a) Northamptonshire and (b) England. 
Mr. Peter Ainsworth: To ask the Minister for Women and Equality how much timber and how many timber products were procured by the Government Equalities Office since its establishment; and at what cost. 
Mr. Brazier: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many part-time reserve air crew there are in (a) the Royal Auxiliary Air Force, (b) Air Experience Flights, (c) University Air Squadron Institutions and (d) the Royal Naval Reserve Air Branch. 
|Branch||Number of part-time reserve air crew personnel|
|(1) The Reserve Air Force comprises the RAF Reserve and the Royal Auxiliary Air Force.|
(2) It is not possible to show separate figures for AEF and UAS.
Mr. Hoyle: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence (1) what estimate he has made of the number of serving members of the armed forces who are unable to participate in frontline duties and who wish remain in active service; 
Colin Challen: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many people are in receipt of a military pension; and what the cost of military pension provision was on the last date for which figures are available. 
|People in receipt of a pension||Cost (£ billion)|
The cost of pension provision has been interpreted as including the future financial liability. Within the MOD accounting records a liability is recognised to cover future pension payments to all members of the Armed Forces Pension Scheme. As at 31 March 2007, the liability was approximately £100 billion. There is no liability for the War Disablement Pension Scheme.
Mr. Bellingham: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many (a) individual service personnel accessing self-service terminals and (b) human resources staff in the services have received training on the use of the Joint Personnel Administration system. 
Dr. Fox: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence pursuant to the answer to the hon. Member for North Durham of 13 June 2008, Official Report, column 556W, on armoured fighting vehicles, if he will break the £130 million expenditure down by year. 
Mr. Bob Ainsworth: Expenditure on the Future Rapid Effects System since the launch of the assessment phase in 2004 is £127.993 million. This answer corrects the previous answer I gave on 13 June 2008, Official Report, column 556W, to my hon. Friend the Member for North Durham (Mr. Jones). The breakdown of this figure by year is as follows:
|Expenditure (£ million)|
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