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Mr. Burstow: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) pursuant to the answer of 27 October 2008, Official Report, column 665W, on teenage pregnancy, when the memorandum of understanding was put in place; and when the first quarterly report on progress will be made; 
Dawn Primarolo: The memorandum of understanding between the Department and strategic health authorities (SHAs) is currently being agreed and SHAs will be asked to report progress quarterly. The first report will be received in December 2008.
Primary care trusts undertook a national baseline questionnaire of contraceptive services in 2006. The Department of Health document Findings of the Baseline Review of Contraceptive Services (2007) has already been placed in the Library.
Mr. Waterson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many people received local authority-funded long-term care services in (a) their own homes and (b) care homes in Eastbourne constituency in each year since the Fair Access to Care Services criteria were introduced. 
The following table shows the number of adults aged 18 and over in East Sussex county council area receiving community based services within their own home and residential care from 2003, when the Fair Access to Care Services criteria were introduced, to 2008. All figures are inclusive of Eastbourne constituency.
|Number of adults aged 18 and over receiving community based services and residential care in East Sussex, 2003 to 2008|
|As at 31 March|
|(1) Community based services include home care, day care, meals, overnight respite (not in the client's home), short term residential care (not respite), direct payments, professional support, equipment and adaptations and other community based care provided by the council.|
(2) Data on the number of people receiving community based services from 2004-05 is not comparable to previous years. In 2004-05 restated guidance was issued to exclude people receiving services from grant funded organisations who had not had a community care assessment.
(3) Provisional data.
RAP, Table P2s and SRI, Table S3
Andrew George: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many upper gastro-intestinal cancer centres there are; what population is served by each; where they are located; and when each commenced admitting patients. 
|(1) There is a single multi-disciplinary team at Newcastle but operating at the Freeman and Carlisle Hospital.|
(2) There is a single multi-disciplinary team at Sheffield operating in both Sheffield and Doncaster on the basis of even flows to each site.
(3) Operating as a joint centre on the basis of a single multi-disciplinary team with even flows to each site.
Mr. Swayne: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether British citizens resident in the UK with deposits in Kaupthing, Singer and Friedlander bank held in the Isle of Man will be included in his compensation scheme; and if he will make a statement. 
To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer pursuant to the answer of 28 October 2008, Official Report, column 877W, on banking services: small businesses, whether the definition of a small business for the purposes of a claim on the Financial
Services Compensation Scheme extends to (a) individual company accounts and (b) consolidated subsidising companies. 
Ian Pearson [holding answer 3 November 2008]: The Financial Services Authority (FSA) is responsible for making the rules of the Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS), including the rules which determine whether a company or other body is eligible to claim compensation under the scheme. The rules on eligibility for FSCS compensation are set out in the FSA handbook which is available on the FSA website. Guidance on eligibility for FSCS compensation is available on the FSCS website.
Mr. Dai Davies: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will instruct the non-executive appointees to the boards of banks in receipt of funding from the public purse to enforce a carbon audit of the investments made by their banks; and if he will make it a condition of recapitalisation of banks that they minimise their investments in and loans to projects involved with high levels of greenhouse gas emissions. 
Ian Pearson: As part of its investment, the Government have agreed a range of commitments with banks accessing the capitalisation scheme. The conditions attached to the Governments recapitalisation scheme were set out in detail in the Chancellors statements of 8 and 13 October.
Mr. MacNeil: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what reports he has received on developments in Icelandic public opinion on the UK following the entry into force of the Landsbanki Freezing Order 2008. 
Tim Loughton: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what briefing material his Department has circulated to hon. Members on the situation for British depositors with Icelandic-owned financial institutions; and what advice his Department has made available for hon. Members to pass on to their constituents who are such depositors. 
Ian Pearson [holding answer 3 November 2008]: Information for depositors is available on the Financial Services Compensation Scheme and Directgov websites. The Treasury has also worked with the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform to develop advice for business which is available on the Business Link website.
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