An inconsistency has been identified in relation to the answer given to the hon. Member for North Shropshire (Mr. Paterson) on 26 February 2009. The figure provided by the Billy Wright Inquiry was calculated on a different basis to the figures provided by the Robert Hamill Inquiry and the Rosemary Nelson Inquiry. To avoid any confusion, it would have been helpful to make clear in the answer the basis on which the figures were calculated.
(a) The Robert Hamill Inquiry£8.74 million (includes legal costs for participants whose legal representation is funded by the Inquiry);
(b) The Billy Wright Inquiry£4.87 million (excludes legal costs for participants whose legal representation is funded by the Inquiry; also includes some payments to inquiry legal representatives during February);
(c) The Rosemary Nelson Inquiry£13.05 million (includes legal costs for participants whose legal representation is funded by the Inquiry).
Errors have been identified in the table of the written answer given to the hon. Member for East Devon (Mr. Swire) on 11 March 2009. In compiling the table of
surface ship upkeep costs for contracts carried out at HM Naval Base Portsmouth and the Royal Dockyards at Devonport and Rosyth an administrative error resulted in the misappropriation of some of the values and rounding of figures.
Mr. Quentin Davies: There is no requirement to keep contractual information for surface ship upkeep work (refits and docking periods) beyond seven years. The values of contracts completed prior to 2001 are, therefore, no longer held. The following table provides the costs for upkeep work carried out since 2001 on Aircraft Carriers, Type 42 Destroyers, Type 22 and 23 Frigates, Landing Platform Dock, Royal Fleet Auxiliary and Mine Countermeasure vessels:
Mr. Paice: To ask the Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs what estimate his Department has made of the area of farmland of each agricultural land classification at risk of flooding. 
Huw Irranca-Davies: DEFRAs June Survey of Agriculture and Horticulture estimated the total area of land on agricultural holdings in England at 9.34 million hectares at June 2008. According to an earlier DEFRA commissioned estimate of assets at potential risk of flooding, using a different primary data set, 1.35 million hectares of agricultural land is in areas of potential flood risk in England. Of this, approximately 40 per cent. is grade 1 or 2, and 60 per cent. is grade 3, 4 or 5. DEFRA is seeking to refine this estimate with the support of its delivery partners.