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Mr Watson: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport what the URL is of each website managed by (a) his Department and (b) each non-departmental public body and agency for which his Department is responsible. 
Mr Anderson: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport (1) what his estimate is of the cost to the public purse of proposed reductions in numbers of non-frontline staff in his Department and its agencies; 
John Penrose: To deliver savings in 2010-11, the Department is making savings on its non-pay budgets, and through reducing spend on non-permanent staff. The Department and its agency will take all possible steps to avoid compulsory redundancies. We are working closely with staff and unions to ensure this outcome. We will not be making final decision on these items until overall spending figures have been confirmed through the usual Budget and public spending review processes later this year.
John Penrose: The Department for Culture, Media and Sport paid a total of £645,262 in bonuses to staff in the financial year 2009-10. Awards were made in line with Cabinet Office principles and guidelines on performance-related pay.
Mr Watson: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport what the (a) name and (b) version is of each computer software package used by his Department to calculate its travel costs. 
John Penrose: The Department does not operate a dedicated software package for the recording and calculation of its travel costs. It receives management information on a monthly basis from providers of travel booking services and procurement cards in the form of excel spreadsheets. These are then collated by the procurement team for the corporate accounting system.
Keith Vaz: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport how many (a) premises and (b) independent retailers in (i) England, (ii) the East Midlands and (iii) Leicester (A) applied for and (B) were granted (1) alcohol licences and (2) 24-hour alcohol licences in each of the last five years, 
John Penrose: The Alcohol, Entertainment and Late Night Refreshment Licensing Statistical Bulletins collect the number of applications for premises licences and club premises certificates and the number granted in England and Wales.
Under the Licensing Act 2003, premises licences and club premises certificates may authorise regulated entertainment and/or late night refreshment as well as the sale or supply of alcohol. It is not possible to identify separately licences and certificates that authorise the sale or supply of alcohol or sale or supply of alcohol for 24 hours in their standard timings.
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