To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport whether he plans to visit Glasgow on official business during the summer adjournment. 
Not currently but having done a number of visits in England and one in Wales I am hoping to visit Scotland shortly.
Olympic Games 2012: Scotland
To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport what recent assessment he has made of the sporting legacy for Scotland of the London 2012 Olympics. 
I have been asked to reply.
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The London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games will offer Scotland a wonderful opportunity to create a lasting legacy. In the run up to the games, Scotland offers 30 facilities in the London 2012 Pre Games Training Camp Guide and at games time, Hampden Park will host some of the matches to be held in the football tournament. Scotland will also benefit from the increased funding for Olympic and Paralympic athletes.
Sport is a devolved matter for which responsibility lies with the Scottish Government. The Scottish Government have indicated that they will publish their Games Legacy Plan in relation to both the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games and the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth games later this summer and this will include their plans for the sporting legacy in Scotland.
To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport whether his Department plans to make a submission to the Scottish Executive's National Conversation consultation on Scotland's constitutional future. 
The Department for Culture, Media and Sport has not submitted evidence to the Scottish Government's National Conversation.
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The Commission on Scottish Devolution was established by majority vote in the Scottish Parliament and with the full support of the UK Government. UK Departments submitted evidence to the Commission during its first phase of evidence gathering.
The Commission recently published its Final Report, which can be found on the Commissions website.
A Steering Group has been established under the Chairmanship of the Secretary of State for Scotland to help the UK Government and the Scottish Parliament plan how to take forward the Calman recommendations and deliver stronger devolution within a stronger United Kingdom.
Mr. Don Foster:
To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport how much funding his Department has allocated to the national governing body of each Government-funded sport in each of the last five years. 
Sport England and UK Sport have advised that the following funding has been allocated to the national governing bodies of each Government-funded sport in each of the last five years:
Sport England funding
Angling Development Board (NFA, NFSA and STA)
Grand National Archery Society
UK Athletics, AAA and England Athletics
Badminton Association of England
Amateur Boxing Association
British Canoe Union
England and Wales Cricket Board
British Equestrian Federation
British Fencing Association
The Football Association
England Golf Partnership
British Handball Association
National Ice Skating Association
British Judo Association
English Lacrosse Association
British Mountaineering Council
Movement and Dance
Exercise Movement and Dance Partnership (plus others)