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To ask the Secretary of State for Justice pursuant to the answer of 10 June 2009, Official Report, column 894W, on young offenders: education, how
much the Youth Justice Board was allocated for expenditure on education in each year since 1999. 
The following table therefore shows for each year from 2000-01 to 2008-09, (A) the total funding which the YJB has allocated for expenditure on education from its Ministry of Justice (and previously Home Office) grant; and, (B) the amount of DCSF (previously DFES and DFEE) funding allocated to the YJB for education expenditure.
|Financial year||MoJ/HO funding allocated for expenditure on education by the YJB||DCSF/DFES/DFEE funding allocated to the YJB for expenditure on education|
Chris Grayling: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department pursuant to the answer to the hon. Member for Romsey of 11 May 2009, Official Report, column 519W, on anti-social behaviour orders, on what date data for anti-social behaviour orders 2007 will be published. 
David Howarth: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department on how many occasions pre-charge bail conditions were imposed by the police in (a) 2006, (b) 2007, (c) 2008 and (d) 2009; in how many cases the subject of the conditions applied to the police for variation of the conditions in each of those years; how many such applications were unsuccessful; in how many of those cases the subject of the conditions appealed to a magistrates' court; and in how many such cases the bail conditions were (i) varied and (ii) overturned. 
Chris Grayling: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department pursuant to the answer of 24 March 2009, Official Report, columns 289-90W, on departmental contracts, what the (a) purpose and (b) cost of the contracts awarded to each of the other organisations and bodies including named individuals was in (i) 2007-08 and (ii) 2008-09. 
Alan Johnson: The tables, based on centrally held management information, provide the (a) purpose and (b) cost of research contracts let by the Research, Development and Statistics group within the Home Office, awarded to organisations and bodies not funded by the higher education funding councils in 2007-08 and 2008-09. This includes contracts awarded to individuals who, whilst employed by an institute supported by the higher education funding councils, undertake work in a private capacity. The purpose is taken from the project title held centrally. The values of contracts are classified in the year the contracts were let; some of the costs for the contract would be for future years, as in the case of the largest contract listedthe £15 million for the British Crime Survey of which the majority of costs will be spread over three years. The costs of each contract represent the estimated cost at the time the contract was let and not on the actual costs incurred.
|Table 1: Contracts awarded by the Research, Development and Statistics group within the Home Office to organisations and bodies, including named individuals, not funded by higher education councils in 2007-08|
|Organisation||Title of project||Cost (£ )|
|Table 2. Contracts awarded by the Research, Development and Statistics group within the Home Office to organisations and bodies, including named individuals, not funded by higher education councils in 2008-09|
|Organisation||Purpose (title of project)||Cost (£ )|
Neighbourhood PolicingPhase 2 (2 projects); The migrant survey: a feasibility study; and, Business Crime Survey scoping exercise: Methodological work to consider the scope and feasibility of developing a new survey to measure commercial victimisation.
Gregory Barker: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department what work the Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (a) has undertaken and (b) plans to undertake in relation to the energy sector. 
Mr. Hanson: The Centre for the Protection of National Infrastructure (CPNI) is the Government authority that provides protective security advice to owners and operators across the national infrastructure.
CPNI works closely with the national infrastructure organisations within the energy sector, in conjunction with the sector sponsor department, in order to identify vulnerabilities and help improve protection against national security threats. This includes delivery of an extensive programme of security enhancements at critical energy sites working with operators such as National Grid.
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