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The number of licences in 2007 have been adjusted by Mid-2007 Population estimates (produced by the Office of National Statistics). The number of licences in 2008 and 2009 have both been adjusted by Mid-2008 Population estimates (latest available estimates). Camden, Hounslow, Middle Temple and Southwark did not submit a response in the 2007 collection, so their numbers of licences in this year is unknown.
Hugh Robertson: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport when the starting gate review of the 2012 Sports Legacy plans will be published; and if he will place a copy in the Library on publication. 
Mr. Sutcliffe: The OGC Starting Gate review was carried out for my Department on the basis of confidential discussions. We have provided copies of the report to those who participated in the process, but have no current plans to publish it.
Grant Shapps: To ask the Minister for Women and Equality how many working days were lost due to illness of employees within her Department in each of the last three years; and how many of those were attributed to stress in each year. 
Maria Eagle: The Government Equalities Office established its present electronic Performance Management System in October 2008. Prior to this, records were not kept centrally. For the period 6 October 2008 until 31 December 2009 the Government Equalities Office recorded 211 working days lost due to illness of employees and 26 of these days were attributed to stress.
As Chief Executive of the Central Office of Information (COI), I have been asked to reply to your recent Parliamentary Question on COI Turnover (309830,3,7,42).
COI turnover figures for the areas requested for the previous five years are published in our annual report and accounts.
Copies of the COI Annual Report and Accounts are placed in the Library of the House and are also available from our website:
As Chief Executive of the Central Office of Information (COI), I have been asked to reply to your recent Parliamentary Question on the cost of the book, How Public Sector Advertising Works (309846).
The total cost of producing the book was £70,000.
A separate printing cost is not available but is included in the Publishing cost which was £24,000.
Mr. Drew: To ask the Minister for the Cabinet Office what the 10 most frequently recorded causes of death for (a) men, (b) women, (c) boys under the age of 18 years and (d) girls under the age of 18 years in Stroud constituency were in each of the last 10 years. 
As National Statistician, I have been asked to reply to your recent question asking what the 10 most frequently recorded causes of death for (a) men, (b) women, (c) boys under the age of 18 years and (d) girls under the age of 18 years in Stroud constituency were in each of the last 10 years. (309129)
The tables attached present the 10 most frequently recorded causes of death(1), for (a) males aged 18 years and over (Table 1) and (b) females aged 18 years and over (Table 2), in Stroud parliamentary constituency, for the years 2001 to 2008 (the latest year available).
Due to the small numbers of deaths of (c) boys under the age of 18 years and (d) girls under the age of 18 years, equivalent information for frequently recorded causes of death could not be produced.
Individual causes of death are coded by ONS using die International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision (ICD-10). The causes of death shown in the tables are groups of codes designed for the tabulation of deaths according to 'main' causes(2). Equivalent information is not readily available for years before 2001, when an earlier version of the International Classification of Diseases was in use.
(1) In some years, more than 10 causes of death are presented where the numbers of deaths were the same as those for the 10th most frequent cause.
(2) Griffiths, C, Rooney, C, and Brock. A. (2005) 'Leading causes of death in England and Wales-how should we group causes?' Health Statistics Quarterly 28. 6-17.
|Table 1: Most frequent causes of death classified according to the International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision (ICD-10), males aged 18 years and over, Stroud parliamentary constituency, 2001-08( 1, 2, 3)|
|Years when this was a main cause of death for males|
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|(1) Most frequent causes of death recorded as the underlying cause in male deaths registered in the year in question. These causes accounted for 65 per cent. of all male deaths in Stroud parliamentary constituency between 2001 and 2008.|
(2) Cause of death in England and Wales is defined using the International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision (ICD-10) for 2001 onwards.
(3) Based on boundaries as of 2009.
(4) The words in brackets have been added for clarity and are not part of the International Classification of Diseases.
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