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Mrs. Moon: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport how much was spent by his Department on furniture made by (a) British firms, (b) Remploy and (c) overseas firms in each year since 2000. 
Mr. Hoban: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport with reference to the answer of 27 October 2008, Official Report, columns 726-27W, on departmental ICT, what the (a) expected completion date and (b) estimated cost of each of the projects was at their outset. 
Mr. Sutcliffe: The Department for Culture, Media and Sport IT Programme that provides electronic document and record management, electronic content management and secure collaboration was originally expected to be completed by 31 March 2009 and was estimated to cost £1.5 million. The most recent estimate and completion date of each project in tranche 1 of the Royal Parks Agency ICT Change Programme is as follows:
|Project name||Projected final cost (£)||Completion date||Expected completion date at outset (ICT Programme Blueprint V2.0, January 2008)||Estimated cost at outset (Programme Definition, Option 4) (£)||Additional risk allowance|
The Projected final cost shown for the intranet/collaboration and mobile working projects is the projected final cost of project spend within tranche 1 of the ICT programme. The full cost will be re-estimated as part of the tranche 2 works in 2009-10.
Mr. Hoban: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport how many complaints about advertisements sponsored or funded by his Department were made to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) in each year from 1997 to 2008; and how many of these were upheld by the ASA in each year. 
Andy Burnham: No complaints about advertisements sponsored or funded by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport were made to the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) in this period (1997 to 2008).
David Simpson: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport what records his Department maintains of its expenditure on (a) official hospitality and (b) alcohol for official hospitality. 
Barbara Follett: The Department records information on its expenditure on hospitality, including the associated staff costs, in such a way as it states the costs of official functions, internal working lunches and other hospitality separately.
All expenditure on official hospitality is made in accordance with published departmental guidance on gifts and hospitality, based on the principles of Managing Public Money and the Treasury handbook on Regularity and Propriety.
Mike Penning: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport how many telephone numbers for which callers are charged at the rate applicable to 0845 numbers are used by (a) his Department and (b) its executive agencies for public access to services. 
Mr. Don Foster: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport how many and what percentage of people aged 16 years and over (a) from black and ethnic minority groups, (b) with a limiting disability, (c) from lower socio-economic groups, (d) who were female and (e) from the total population, (i) did and (ii) did not regularly engage in at least 30 minutes of moderate intensity level sport on at least three days a week in each of the last three years, broken down by region; and what assessment he has made of his Departments progress towards its Public Service Agreement targets in this area. 
Mr. Sutcliffe [holding answer 18 December 2008]: The Taking Part survey is a continuous household survey providing national data on participation in culture, leisure and sport by adults aged 16 and over.
Tables 1 to 4 show the number and percentage of adults who engaged in moderate intensity level sport for at least 30 minutes on at least three separate occasions during the past week. The data relate to the four sub-groups of the population referred to in the question, by region, for each of the last three years. Data are also provided for the total population in Table 5. The percentage of adults who did not participate can be deduced from the data given.
|Table 1: Engagement in moderate intensity sport by adults from black and minority ethnic groups|
|Black and minority ethnic|
|(1) The surveys sample of black and minority ethnic people in the North East is too small to provide robust data.|
|Table 2: Engagement in moderate intensity sport by adults with a limiting disability|
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