Wind Power

Glyn Davies: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change how many planning applications for (a) onshore and (b) offshore wind farms in each constituency have been refused to date. [145434]

Mr Hayes: The Department does not hold information on planning decisions for wind farms down to a constituency level. I can confirm that, up to January 2013, the total number of wind farms that have been refused consent are: one offshore and 438 onshore.

Further details on the planning status and location of all renewable development can be reviewed on the Department's Renewable Energy Planning Database:

https://restats.decc.gov.uk/app/reporting/decc/monthlyextract

Glyn Davies: To ask the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change what assessment he has made of the effect of his Department's wind farm policies on fuel poverty. [146343]

Gregory Barker: Onshore and offshore wind have an important role to play in providing a balanced energy mix for the UK. The Government are reducing subsidies for wind to bring forward renewable deployment at a lower cost to the consumer.

For the last full financial year available (2010-11), support for wind power added £10 to an average household's annual electricity bill. We are changing support levels for renewables for 2013-17, and the impact of our changes on consumer bills was published in the IA accompanying the Government response to the RO banding review in July 2012(1). The changes will reduce costs of consumers' energy bills by £6 next year and £5 in 2014-15 compared to the current subsidy regime, a total of £11 across the remainder of this Parliament.

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The Department publishes a summary of the impacts of energy and climate change policies on energy bills, which includes energy efficiency, low carbon and social programmes, not just support for renewable energy or wind power. The most recent publication—from November 2011(2)—estimated that in 2020 we expect domestic bills to be 7% lower, on average, than if those policies had not been introduced. DECC's assessment of the impacts of energy and climate change policies on prices and bills is currently being updated, and will be published shortly.

Bill impacts vary with energy consumption, and the Government are mindful of the impact that this has on household energy costs, particularly for low-income and fuel poor households. Policies such as the Warm Home Discount (WHD) and part of the energy company obligation (ECO) take special account of low income and vulnerable households, offering bill relief and support for some heating and energy efficiency measures. This will enable more of the most vulnerable to heat their homes more affordably and to a more adequate level. As a result, energy bills for the poorest 30% of households are expected to be, on average, lower as a result of policies in 2020 compared to in the absence of policies.

(1) https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment _data/file/42847/5945-renewables-obligation-government-response-impact-a.pdf

(2) Available at:

https://www.gov.uk/policy-impacts-on-prices-and-bills

Business, Innovation and Skills

Beko

Paul Flynn: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills what information his Department holds on the number of (a) deaths, (b) injuries and (c) carbon monoxide incidents caused by ovens sold or manufactured by Beko in (i) the UK and (ii) other European countries. [146041]

Jo Swinson: The Department does not collect the information requested. The Department did become aware of four carbon monoxide poisoning incidents caused by ovens sold or manufactured by Beko (over the period of November 2008 to January 2009): three in the UK and one in the Irish Republic, which resulted in six deaths. This information was immediately passed to the manufacturer who has the responsibility and liability for the product and to their local authority Trading Standards service. While the Department has responsibility for the product safety legislation, responsibility for enforcement is a matter for Trading Standards.

Paul Flynn: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills what information his Department holds on the number of (a) deaths, (b) injuries and (c) fires caused by fridge freezers sold or manufactured by Beko in (i) the UK and (ii) other European countries. [146042]

Jo Swinson: The Department does not collect this information and holds no information on deaths, injuries or fires caused by fridge freezers sold or manufactured by Beko.

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Paul Flynn: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills when he informed the EU rapid alert system of potential faults in ovens sold by Beko plc or manufactured by Beko group companies. [146043]

Jo Swinson: The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills informed the EU rapid alert system of the potential faults in ovens manufactured by Beko plc and its group of companies through the RAPEX system (notification number 0354/09) on 4 March 2009.

Paul Flynn: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills when he informed the EU rapid alert system of potential faults in fridge freezers sold by Beko plc or manufactured by Beko group companies. [146044]

Jo Swinson: The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills informed the EU rapid alert system of the potential faults in fridge freezers manufactured by Beko plc through the EU RAPEX system (notification number 0703/11) on 15 July 2011.

Cabinet Committees

Mr Umunna: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills on what dates the Cabinet (a) Economic Affairs Committee, (b) Economic Affairs (Growth Implementation) Sub-Committee, (c) Economic Affairs (Infrastructure) Sub-Committee, (d) Economic Affairs (Reducing Regulation) Sub-Committee, (e) Economic Affairs (Trade and Investment) Sub-Committee, (f) Banking Reform Committee met in the last year. [146545]

Jo Swinson: In line with the practice of previous Administrations, information relating to the proceedings of Cabinet Committees is generally not disclosed as to do so could harm the frankness and candour of internal discussion.

Credit Cards

Andrew Rosindell: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills what steps he is taking to educate people about the dangers of taking out store cards. [145924]

Jo Swinson: On store cards, respondents to the Consumer Credit and Personal Insolvency Review of 2010-11 were most concerned about the ease with which customers were tempted into expensive credit by retailers offering discounts on their purchases at the time they take out a store card. Following negotiations with the Government, industry agreed to end the practice of introductory discounts as well as introducing other measures to improve the way store cards are offered.

Directors: Equal Opportunities

Valerie Vaz: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills what responses he has received from the seven companies he wrote to in January 2013 about male-only boards. [146539]

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Jo Swinson: As was widely reporting in the media, on 29 January, the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, my right hon. Friend the Member for Twickenham (Vince Cable), wrote to the boards of the remaining seven FTSE 100 companies with all-male boards to urge them to take action to increase the number of women on their boards. The Business Secretary's letter outlined the benefits of diversity in the boardroom and reminded them of Lord Davies' recommendation of requesting companies to set targets for the number of women they aim to have on their boards by 2013 and 2015. So far, three companies have responded to my right hon. Friend, acknowledging the importance of diverse boards and the Department will continue to monitor progress on this issue closely.

Education: Prisons

Nic Dakin: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills which organisations provide education services in each prison. [146535]

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Matthew Hancock: New prison education contracts commenced in 2012 following a procurement process led by the Skills Funding Agency but with close engagement of prison governors and their heads of learning and skills.

The following table lists adult prisons in England, their offender learning and skills service (OLASS) provider and their national careers service provider. The OLASS contractors listed will have sub contractors and partners who work with them to deliver the curriculum commissioned locally by prison Governors.

The table lists English prisons only and excludes young offender institutions. The list also excludes those private prisons where the operator is responsible for providing education under their contract with the National Offender Management Service.

EstablishmentOLASS providerNational careers service provider

HMP Bedford

A4e

Realise Futures

HMP Belmarsh

A4e

Prospects Services Ltd

HMP Birmingham

Milton Keynes College

CSWP

HMP Blantyre House

The Manchester College

Babcock

HMP Blundeston

A4e

Realise Futures

HMP Bristol

Weston College

Tribal

HMP Brixton

A4e

Prospects Services Ltd

HMP Buckley Hall

The Manchester College

Economic Solutions

HMP Bullingdon

Milton Keynes College

Babcock

HMP Bullwood Hall(1)

A4e

Realise Futures

HMP Bure

A4e

Realise Futures

HMP Canterbury(1)

The Manchester College

Babcock

HMP Channing Wood

Weston College

Careers South West

HMP Chelmsford

A4e

Realise Futures

HMP Coldingley

A4e

Babcock

HMP Dartmoor

Weston College

Careers South West

HMP Dorchester

Weston College

Careers South West

HMP Downview

A4e

Babcock

HMP Drake Hall

Milton Keynes College

CSWP

HMP Durham

The Manchester College

CfBT

HMP East Sutton Park

The Manchester College

Babcock

HMP Eastwood Park

Weston College

Tribal

HMP Eimley

The Manchester College

Babcock

HMP Erlestoke

Weston College

Tribal

HMP Everthorpe

The Manchester College

Careers Yorkshire and Humber

HMP Exeter

Weston College

Careers South West

HMP Featherstone

Milton Keynes College

CSWP

HMP Ford

The Manchester College

Babcock

HMP Foston Hall

Milton Keynes College

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Futures

HMP Frankland

The Manchester College

CfBT

HMP Full Sutton

The Manchester College

Careers Yorkshire and Humber

HMP Garth

The Manchester College

GMCP (Cumbria and Lancashire)

HMP Gartree

Milton Keynes College

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Futures

HMP Gloucester(1)

Weston College

Tribal

HMP Grendon

Milton Keynes College

Babcock

HMP Guys Marsh

Weston College

Careers South West

HMP Haverigg

The Manchester College

GMCP (Cumbria and Lancashire)

HMP Hewell

Milton Keynes College

CSWP

HMP Highdown

A4e

Babcock

HMP Highpoint

A4e

Realise Futures

HMP Hollesley Bay

A4e

Realise Futures

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HMP Holloway

A4e

Prospects Services Ltd

HMP Holme House

The Manchester College

CfBT

HMP Hull

The Manchester College

Careers Yorkshire and Humber

HMP Huntercombe

Milton Keynes College

Babcock

HMP Isle of Wight

Milton Keynes College

Babcock

HMP Kennet

The Manchester College

GMCP (Greater Merseyside, Cheshire and Warrington)

HMP Kingston(1)

Milton Keynes College

Babcock

HMP Kirkham

The Manchester College

GMCP (Cumbria and Lancashire)

HMP Kirklevington Grange

The Manchester College

CfBT

HMP Leeds

The Manchester College

Careers Yorkshire and Humber

HMP Leicester

Milton Keynes College

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Futures

HMP Lewes

The Manchester College

Babcock

HMP Leyhill

Weston College

Tribal

HMP Lincoln

Milton Keynes College

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Futures

HMP Lindholme

The Manchester College

Careers Yorkshire and Humber

HMP Litttehey 1 and 2

A4e

Realise Futures

HMP Liverpool

The Manchester College

GMCP (Greater Merseyside, Cheshire and Warrington)

HMP Long Lartin

Milton Keynes College

CSWP

HMP Low Newton

The Manchester College

CfBT

HMP Maidstone

The Manchester College

Babcock

HMP Manchester

The Manchester College

Economic Solutions

HMP North Sea Camp

Milton Keynes College

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Futures

HMP Northumberland

The Manchester College

CfBT

HMP Norwich

A4e

Realise Futures

HMP Nottingham

Milton Keynes College

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Futures

HMP Oakwood

Milton Keynes College

CSWP

HMP Onley

Milton Keynes College

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Futures

HMP Pentonville

A4e

Prospects Services Ltd

HMP Preston

The Manchester College

GMCP (Cumbria and Lancashire)

HMP Ranby

Milton Keynes College

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Futures

HMP Risley

The Manchester College

GMCP (Greater Merseyside, Cheshire and Warrington)

HMP Send

A4e

Babcock

HMP Shepton Mallet(1)

Weston College

Careers South West

HMP Shrewsbury(1)

Milton Keynes College

CSWP

HMP Spring Hill

Milton Keynes College

Babcock

HMP Stafford

Milton Keynes College

CSWP

HMP Standford Hill

The Manchester College

Babcock

HMP Stocken

Milton Keynes College

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Futures

HMP Styal

The Manchester College

GMCP (Greater Merseyside, Cheshire and Warrington)

HMP Sudbury

Milton Keynes College

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Futures

HMP Swaleside

The Manchester College

Babcock

HMP Thameside

A4e

Prospects Services Ltd

HMP The Mount

A4e

Realise Futures

HMP The Verne

Weston College

Careers South West

HMP Wakefield

The Manchester College

Careers Yorkshire and Humber

HMP Wandsworth

A4e

Prospects Services Ltd

HMP Wayland

A4e

Realise Futures

HMP Wealstun

The Manchester College

Careers Yorkshire and Humber

HMPWhatton

Milton Keynes College

Nottingham and Nottinghamshire Futures

HMPWhitemoor

A4e

Realise Futures

HMP Winchester

Milton Keynes College

Babcock

HMP Woodhill

Milton Keynes College

Babcock

HMP Wormwood Scrubs

A4e

Prospects Services Ltd

HMP Wymott

The Manchester College

GMCP (Cumbria and Lancashire)

(1) The Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice announced the closure of these prisons on 10 January 2013

Exports

Mr Robin Walker: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills what representations he has received from DHL and the British Chambers of Commerce Trade Confidence Index on steps to support companies to penetrate new and growing markets; and if he will make a statement. [143541]

Michael Fallon: The Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, the right hon. Member for Twickenham (Vince Cable), has not received representations

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from DHL and the British Chambers of Commerce in regards to the latest Trade Confidence Index, but UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) is working very actively to help UK companies succeed overseas, particularly in high growth markets.

In this respect, UKTI has identified 20 markets for particularly focused efforts. UKTI is shifting resource into these markets in response to growing demand; undertaking awareness-raising outreach events throughout the UK; working with business-led organisations such as the China-Britain Business Council, UK-India Business Council and British business-network bodies overseas; supporting trade missions by senior Ministers, including that of the Prime Minister and other Ministers to India in February 2013; and tackling barriers to trade, for instance, through Government-to-Government dialogues, such as those held with India, Russia, UAE, and Vietnam in 2012.

In addition, the autumn statement of 5 December 2012, Official Report, columns 871-882, provided for an increase to UKTI's annual budget of £70 million that will help deliver services to more exporters and increase UKTI’s work on the highest value opportunities, particularly in emerging markets. UKTI will also be organising an export week in mid-May. Events are being planned right across the UK where the specific focus will be on doing business in high growth and emerging markets.

Higher Education: Birmingham

Steve McCabe: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills how many students resident in (a) Birmingham, Selly Oak constituency and (b) Birmingham entered higher education in each of the last five years. [145968]

Mr Willetts: The Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) collects and publishes data on students at UK Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). The numbers of entrants to UK HEIs who were domiciled in Birmingham local authority and Birmingham Selly Oak constituency prior to their course have been provided in the table for the academic years 2007/08 to 2011/12.

Information for the 2012/13 academic year will become available from the Higher Education Statistics Agency in January 2014.

Entrants(1) to UK HEIs domiciled in Birmingham local authority and Birmingham Selly Oak Constituency(2) prior to their course, academic years 2007/08 to 2011/12
 2007/082008/092009/102010/112011/12

Birmingham Local Authority

14,400

15,930

15,645

15,335

15,620

Birmingham, Selly Oak Constituency

1,645

1,715

1,730

1,515

1,630

(1) Covers all students in their first year of study. (2) Parliamentary constituency is derived from the student's postcode. Data for 2010/11 is based on the revised boundaries in the 2010 General Election. Note: Figures are based on a HESA standard registration population and have been rounded to the nearest five, so components may not sum to totals. Source: Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) Student Record

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Industrial Development Advisory Board

Mr Umunna: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills on what dates the Industrial Development Advisory Board has met since May 2010. [146544]

Michael Fallon: Since 1 May 2010, the board has met on the following dates:

13 May 2010

11 November 2010

9 December 2010

14 April 2011

14 July 2011

8 September 2011

10 November 2011

12 January 2012

15 February 2012

12 April 2012

12 July 2012

13 September 2012

11 October 2012

8 November 2012

13 December 2012

10 January 2013

14 February 2013

4 March 2013.

Leisure

Chris Ruane: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills what recent estimate he has made of the monetary value of the UK leisure industry; and what estimates have been made of the contribution to the leisure industry of (a) domestic and (b) international demand in each of the last 10 years. [145341]

Hugh Robertson: I have been asked to reply on behalf of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.

The most recent Government estimate of the value of the tourism industry to the UK economy is set out in the Office of National Statistics (ONS) Tourism Satellite Account which showed that tourism direct gross value added was £44.6 billion in 2009, compared to £46.1 billion in 2008. Tourism direct employment rose from 1.72 million in 2008 to 1.80 million in 2009. Data are only available for these two years. Data for 2010 will be released later this year.

In their 2010 study, Deloitte have estimated that tourism was worth £115.4 billion to the UK economy in 2009 once the direct and indirect impacts are taken into account, equivalent to 8.9% of UK gross domestic product:

http://www.visitbritain.org/bounce.aspx?PG=/Images/Economic%20case%20for%20the%20Visitor%20Economy% 20-%20Phase%202%20-%2026%20July%202010%20-%20FINAL_TCM29-14561.pdf

The provisional ONS International Passenger Survey results for 2012 saw a 4% increase in spend to £18.7 billion (from £18 billion in 2011) from inbound visits, a record high in nominal terms. Data for the previous 10 years are available on the VisitBritain website:

http://www.visitbritain.org/insightsandstatistics/inboundtourismfacts/

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In 2011, £17.9 billion was spent by British residents on overnight trips in England, with an additional £42.7 billion being spent on domestic tourism day trips. Data for domestic spend in England are available on the VisitEngland website:

http://www.visitengland.org/insight-statistics/major-tourism-surveys/

Motor Vehicles: Insurance

Mr Ward: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills what progress the Competition Commission has made on its investigation into the private motor insurance market. [146533]

Jo Swinson: The Competition Commission has recently published its update to the Statement of Issues in respect of the private motor insurance market investigation. This document, alongside the original Issues Statement, published in December 2012, sets out the scope for the investigation and the issues the Commission will focus on during the course of its investigation. This document can be found on the Commission's website:

http://www.competition-commission.org.uk/our-work/private-motor-insurance-market-investigation

The administrative timetable for the investigation can also be found on the Competition Commission's website. The Commission is currently gathering evidence from parties and preparing to undertake two consumer surveys to help develop its understanding of the market. Further information will be published on the Competition Commission's website as the investigation progresses.

Patents

David Morris: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills if his Department will consider adopting the new streamlined 12 month patent scheme that has been rolled out in the US. [146352]

Jo Swinson: The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) already provides an acceleration system under which it is possible to gain a granted UK patent in as little as nine months. To complement this service, the IPO will be introducing a new superfast patent processing service later this year, as announced by the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, my right hon. Friend the Member for Twickenham (Vince Cable), on 17 December 2012. The superfast service would mean it would be possible to get from filing to patent grant in around 90 days, for a premium fee. The IPO will be issuing a public consultation in the coming months on how such a superfast service may be implemented.

David Morris: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills what representations his Department has received to streamline the system of patents. [146353]

Jo Swinson: The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) and other parts of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills are in continuous dialogue with stakeholder representatives, and users of the patents system, on the subject of streamlining the patents system in various ways—and so receive representations constantly. Recent significant contact has included detailed discussions with the CBI, representative user bodies and stakeholders

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on the new European unitary patent system, and consultation with users on efforts to bring more harmonisation to the international patent system. On the domestic front, recent consultations on possible changes to improve the patents legislation have resulted in 34 responses to the IPO.

Regional Growth Fund

Mr Umunna: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills how many awards from round 1 of the Regional Growth Fund have not yet drawn down funds; and what the monetary value is of each of those awards. [146541]

Michael Fallon: 49 round 1 awards for a total of £374.8 million have been finalised. Payments totalling £239 million have been made in support of 37 of these projects. The remaining 12 awards will be drawn down between now and March 2015 when they have achieved the necessary investment and employment payment triggers specified in the offer letter.

Staff

Mr Umunna: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills how many full-time equivalent staff are employed by his Department on the Growth Review. [146542]

Michael Fallon: This information is not held centrally. A range of officials in the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and across Whitehall support Ministers in the formulation and implementation of growth policy, including the Growth Review.

TRIPS Agreement

Caroline Lucas: To ask the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills what assessment he has made of the request relating to access to medicines submitted by the Least Developed Countries to the (Trade-Related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights) (TRIPS) Council for an Extension of the Transitional Period under Article 66.1 of the TRIPS Agreement at the forthcoming TRIPS Council meeting on 5 and 6 March 2013; and if he will make a statement. [146520]

Jo Swinson: We are aware of a request from least-developed countries for an extension of their exemption from the general TRIPS provisions. The exemption from provisions relating to access to medicines is not due to be reviewed until 2016, in line with the WTO's 2001 Doha Declaration.

The TRIPS agreement sets out a reasonable international minimum standard of intellectual property law. However, we recognise that TRIPS is wide-ranging and not all areas will be an immediate priority for least-developed countries. We have therefore publicly supported the prospect of a further extension to the deadline for least developed countries (LDC) implementation of the TRIPS agreement since 2011. We think it important that LDCs are afforded the flexibility to implement IP policies in ways that relate directly to their own national development strategies.

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Health

Care Homes

Mr Thomas: To ask the Secretary of State for Health pursuant to his announcement of 11 February 2013, on the Government's intention to implement the recommendations of the Dilnot Commission in relation to social care funding reform, if he will increase the personal expenses allowance for older people in care homes. [146561]

Norman Lamb: The Dilnot Commission made no recommendation about the level of the personal expenses allowance (PEA). However, it did encourage the Government to consider the case for increasing it in future. As part of our plans to introduce new funding arrangements, we will consider the level of the PEA and the way it is uprated. In the meantime, the Government will increase the PEA annually, using the established formula, to ensure it maintains its value.

Cervical Cancer

Nicholas Soames: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) what advice he has received from the (a) UK National Screening Committee and (b) Advisory Committee on Cervical Screening on the use of HPV testing as a primary screen within the cervical screening programme; [146096]

(2) what plans he has to introduce HPV testing as a primary screen within the cervical screening programme. [146097]

Anna Soubry: At its meeting on 24 November 2011, the Advisory Committee on Cervical Screening recommended that there was enough evidence for a proposal of a pilot of human papillomavirus (HPV) testing as primary screening to go to the UK National Screening Committee. At its meeting on 25 April 2012, the UK National Screening Committee gave support for a pilot to assess the value of using HPV testing as the primary screen for cervical disease.

As set out in the second annual report of “Improving Outcomes: A Strategy for Cancer” in December 2012, six cervical screening sites will begin piloting HPV testing as primary screening shortly. The pilot sites are Liverpool; Manchester; Northwick Park, London; Bristol; Sheffield and Norwich.

Nicholas Soames: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) what plans he has to address women aged between 25 and 35 who do not take the opportunity to attend cervical screening; [146098]

(2) what plans he has to encourage and support women who do not attend cervical screening; [146099]

(3) what plans he has to address the decline in the number of women attending cervical screening since 2002. [146100]

Anna Soubry: “Improving Outcomes: A Strategy for Cancer” (January 2011) makes clear the important role that cervical screening plays in preventing cervical cancer. The strategy also notes that some groups and communities are not accessing cancer screening services. To encourage all eligible women aged 25 to 64 to make the important

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decision to attend routine cervical screening, we are working with NHS Cancer Screening Programmes, the Advisory Committee on Cervical Screening and stakeholders to refine the information we provide to women when they are invited for screening so all are fully supported to make an informed choice to attend.

To tackle low uptake among women aged 25-29, the National Institute for Health Research Health Technology Assessment programme has commissioned a study costing over £1 million to determine which interventions are effective at increasing screening uptake amongst women receiving their first invitation from the NHS Cervical Screening Programme. The “Strategies to increase cervical screening uptake at first invitation (STRATEGIC)” study is trialling interventions such as a pre-invitation leaflet; internet appointment booking; timed appointments; the provision of personal support through nurse navigators; and human papillomavirus self-sampling. The study began in November 2011 and is due to run until October 2015.

On 26 January 2012, NHS Cancer Screening Programmes and Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust jointly held an event at the King's Fund looking at challenges to screening uptake among black and minority ethnic (BME) communities. The meeting updated attendees on current data about challenges to improve screening uptake among BME groups and offered an opportunity to share best practice. Documents and links from the event have been circulated to all attendees to help promote information on cervical screening in their respective communities. This was the second such meeting. The National Cancer Action Team, in partnership with BME charities and faith communities, is piloting a targeted approach to raise awareness about cancer and increase screening uptake among BME communities. As part of the Cancer Does Not Discriminate campaign, the pilot, which is due to end in March 2013, is using commercial radio, targeted and tailored information, and direct awareness raising events.

NHS Cancer Screening Programmes has funded an award winning campaign targeting lesbian and bisexual women in the north west of England to raise awareness about the need to attend for regular cervical screening tests. The Lesbian and Gay Foundation's Are You Ready for Your Screen Test? campaign was the winner of the Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust 2011 Cervical Screening Award. This is now being rolled out across the country.

From April 2011, in agreement with the General Practitioners (GPs) Committee of the British Medical Association, we amended the existing Directed Enhanced Service arrangements to provide practices with additional flexibilities for them to offer patients appointments at more convenient times to see a general practitioner or nurse within their practice. The Quality and Outcomes Framework for GP practices also includes incentives for practices to achieve high uptake levels in cervical screening. Cervical screening coverage is also an indicator in the Public Health Outcomes Framework.

Epilepsy: Drugs

Valerie Vaz: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what steps he is taking to highlight the potential negative side effects of the epilepsy drug, sodium valproate. [146537]

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Norman Lamb: The safety profile of the epilepsy drug, sodium valproate is very well established. Sodium valproate has been licensed to treat epilepsy since 1993. All known potential negative side effects of sodium valproate, including extensive warnings about the possible adverse effects when used during pregnancy, are described in published guidance for prescribing—the Summary of Product Characteristics (SmPC) for individual brands of sodium valproate—available on the Electronic Medicines Compendium (eMC) website at:

www.medicines.org.uk/EMC/

and in the British National Formulary, which is sent to all doctors within the national health service. Patient Information Leaflets that reflect the information in the SmPC in terms more understandable for patients are supplied in each package of the medicine and can also be accessed on the eMC website.

Family Nurse Partnership Programme

Mr Lammy: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what plans his Department has to extend the Family Nurse Partnership programme to all first time mothers under the age of 20. [146234]

Dr Poulter: The Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) programme is based on more than 30 years of United States research that has shown significant benefits for disadvantaged young families and substantial cost savings. Early evaluation in England is promising, suggesting that the programme can be delivered well here, clients like it and the potential for impact is good with mothers reducing smoking in pregnancy, very positive about their parenting capacity, having improved self esteem and a high proportion initiating breastfeeding.

The Government are committed to doubling the number of places on the FNP programme to 13,000 by 2015. Good progress is being made towards this with over 11,000 places in 91 areas currently available. From 1 April 2013, the NHS Commissioning Board will commission these services and will expand the number of areas where FNP is available.

Mr Lammy: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what the budget for the Family Nurse Partnership programme will be for (a) 2012-13, (b) 2013-14 and (c) 2014-15. [146235]

Dr Poulter: From April 2013 the NHS Commissioning Board (NHS CB) will commission the Family Nurse Partnership programme to achieve the Government's goal of 13,000 places by 2015. It will be for the NHS CB to determine budgets for the programme over the next two years. A recent study published by the Department suggests the average cost of delivering a FNP place locally is £3,100 per year, ranging between £3,000 and £3,600 depending on the area and with first year costs slightly higher at an average of £3,275.

Female Genital Mutilation

Valerie Vaz: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what guidance his Department gives on female genital mutilation to (a) midwives and (b) other health professionals. [146538]

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Anna Soubry: Guidance for health professionals is contained in the Multi-Agency Practice Guidelines on Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), published in 2011 by HM Government. Last year, Ministers wrote to relevant Royal Colleges and national health service agencies asking them about their plans to raise awareness of FGM. The responses received were encouraging, and the overriding message from them all is clear—FGM is abhorrent and they are committed to playing their part in eradicating it.

At the same time, the Department's chief medical officer and director of nursing, with the support of the Royal Colleges, wrote to health professionals drawing their attention to the illegal nature of FGM and to the multi-agency practice guidelines on FGM published in 2011.

Human Papilloma Virus

Nicholas Soames: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what discussions he has had with the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills on HPV genotyping and innovative technology in the NHS. [146095]

Anna Soubry: The Secretary of State for Health, my right hon. Friend the Member for South West Surrey (Mr Hunt), has not had any discussions on human papillomavirus genotyping and innovative technology in the NHS with the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, the right hon. Member for Twickenham (Vince Cable).

Zac Goldsmith: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what recent assessment he has made of the risk of myalgic encephalomyelitis following exposure to the HPV vaccination. [146291]

Norman Lamb: The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has responsibility for vaccines and medicines safety in the United Kingdom. As with all vaccines and medicines, the MHRA has been closely monitoring the safety of the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines.

As well as continuous evaluation of suspected adverse reactions (ADRs) associated with the HPV vaccines reported via the Yellow Card Scheme, the MHRA has also applied statistical techniques using ‘observed versus expected’ analyses of key ADRs of interest to assess safety. The MHRA has recently completed an epidemiological study, using the Clinical Practice Research Datalink, to investigate reports of myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) following HPV vaccination. ME/CFS is a naturally-occurring medical condition, and the MHRA's study found no evidence to suggest that the vaccine may be a cause of the condition. The results of this study have been submitted for publication in a peer-reviewed scientific journal.

MHRA's safety analysis of the HPV vaccine has been reviewed by the independent advisory committee, the Commission on Human Medicines (CHM). The CHM has advised that no serious new risks have been identified despite substantial use of the vaccine in the UK and abroad. The benefits of HPV vaccination far outweigh any known side effects.

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Lead: Health Hazards

Mr Watson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he intends to meet the Health Protection Agency to discuss the effects on human health of exposure to lead; and if he will make a statement. [146529]

Anna Soubry: We have no plans to meet the Health Protection Agency (HPA) to discuss the effects on human health of exposure to lead.

The HPA has issued information on the health effects of lead and on dealing with lead incidents. This can be found at:

www.hpa.org.uk/web/HPAweb&Page&HPAweb AutoListDate/Page/1274087220619

Medicine: Education

Mr Jim Cunningham: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) if he will meet representatives from the Medical Schools Council to discuss their commissioning procedure that selects the company to scan the Situational Judgement tests taken by final year medical students to avoid a repetition of this year's marking error; [146558]

(2) if he will take steps to avoid a repetition of the error in marking the current year's Situational Judgement tests taken by final year medical students to determine job region allocations. [146559]

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Dr Poulter: The Department will work with all parties with an interest in Foundation Programme recruitment to ensure that lessons are learned from this incident and that similar errors do not occur in the future.

Mr Jim Cunningham: To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will investigate the appropriateness of the decision to have the exam scripts of medical final year students' Situational Judgement tests being double-checked by individual medical schools rather than by an independent body following an error in the scanning process. [146560]

Dr Poulter: To provide reassurance of the process to verify students' correct marks from the Situational Judgment test, the Department invited senior representatives from the independent Academy of Medical Royal Colleges to review the process being undertaken. The Academy representatives declared themselves fully satisfied.

NHS: Finance

Jeremy Lefroy: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what the (a) turnover and (b) account surplus or deficit was of each NHS foundation trust in England in (i) 2009-10, (ii) 2010-11 and (iii) 2011-12. [145644]

Dr Poulter: The information requested is in the following table.

The (a) turnover and (b) account surplus or deficit was of each NHS foundation trust in England in (i) 2009-10, (ii) 2010-11 and (iii) 2011-12
£000
   2011-122011-122010-112010-112009-102009-10
Organisation nameMARSIDNHS codeOperating income from continuing operationsSurplus (deficit) for the yearOperating income from continuing operationsSurplus (deficit) for the yearOperating income from continuing operationsSurplus (deficit) for the year

5 Boroughs Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

5BOROUGHSPART

RTV

152,186

2,972

107,242

2,600

8,988

-35

Aintree University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

AINTREE

REM

278,121

-7,660

268,331

-7,923

260,230

2,686

Airedale NHS Foundation Trust

AIREDALE

RCF

138,179

-1,979

106,538

-221

(1)

(1)

Alder Hey Children's NHS Foundation Trust

ALDERHEY

RBS

189,160

17,024

177,663

13,184

170,519

7,072

Ashford and St Peter's Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

ASHFORD

RTK

227,423

1,039

75,061

217

(1)

(1)

Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

BARNSLEY

RFF

160,891

468

153,445

-249

154,547

611

Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

BASILDON

RDD

270,750

3,816

266,670

-1,198

265,031

-11,798

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Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

BASINGSTOKE

RN5

315,201

-9,733

308,526

1,848

158,259

157

Birmingham Children's Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

BCH

RQ3

223,958

10,814

208,782

6,902

205,067

1,574

Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

BERKSHIREHEALTH

RWX

218,575

2,690

116,528

446

115,695

412

Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust

BIRMSOLIHULL

RXT

223,688

3,957

228,670

-1,648

222,696

-10,261

Birmingham Women's NHS Foundation Trust

BIRMWOMEN

RLU

88,366

116

90,172

-4,829

86,640

599

Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

BLACKPOOL

RXL

284,205

3,317

275,001

-23,093

271,209

-5,404

Bolton NHS Foundation Trust

BOLTON

RMC

283,129

-12,323

211,035

-7,246

192,774

-4,792

The Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

BOURNEMOUTH

RDZ

239,763

4,516

234,370

4,041

230,964

3,068

Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

BRADFORD

RAE

343,878

7,252

318,021

3,637

305,425

2,449

University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust

BRISTOL

RA7

533,739

8,985

529,884

14,112

485,642

-9,081

Burton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

BURTON

RJF

171,527

-5,370

146,955

451

142,188

-11,837

Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust

CALDERDALE

RWY

341,260

3,722

320,574

1,641

309,228

-15,767

Calderstones Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

CALDERSTONES

RJX

59,677

1,185

59,127

2,045

58,688

2,215

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Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust

CAMBPETER

RT1

164,075

1,027

157,272

1,644

150,344

-2,468

Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

CAMBRIDGE

RGT

617,338

-2,457

590,094

446

555,566

-3,419

Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust

CAMDEN

TAF

137,393

2,027

142,640

3,095

137,954

2,286

Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust

CHELSEA

RQM

342,805

13,638

331,895

13,893

308,519

6,961

Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

CHESTER

RJR

185,536

-620

179,479

-1,528

171,902

93

Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

CHESTERFIELD

RFS

191,386

8,288

186,742

8,840

177,620

7,631

The Christie NHS Foundation Trust

CHRISTIE

RBV

185,308

-3,295

190,015

7,900

169,555

772

The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre NHS Foundation Trust

CLATTERBRIDGE

REN

75,296

3,369

71,795

4,856

64,599

3,270

Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust

CNWL

RV3

375,768

13,704

284,963

986

278,441

4,725

Colchester Hospital University NHS Foundation Trust

COLCHESTER

RDE

245,496

12,310

225,123

-2,858

225,020

2,333

Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

CORNWALLPART

RJ8

87,239

1,904

75,280

2,321

6,308

36

Cumbria Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

CUMBRIAPART

RNN

167,806

6,984

70,767

1,987

70,537

1,721

Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

CWPART

RXA

160,019

3,994

134,570

5,278

131,211

2,550

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County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust

DARLINGTON

RXP

476,245

-10,415

341,169

5,922

335,163

-19,476

Derby Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

DERBY

RTG

455,259

11,201

422,663

939

414,895

-78,006

Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

DERBYSHIREHEALTH

RXM

118,083

-496

18,253

87

(1)

(1)

Doncaster and Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

DONCASTER

RP5

335,759

4,042

330,510

3,571

320,997

1,299

Dorset County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

DORSETCOUNTY

RBD

148,201

610

147,322

-3,324

145,595

-5,093

Dorset Healthcare University NHS Foundation Trust

DORSETHEALTH

RDY

214,339

10,372

88,399

4,439

84,057

1,443

The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust

DUDLEY

RNA

285,312

627

260,231

157

253,693

1,862

East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust

EASTKENT

RVV

490,341

8,953

489,036

8,123

462,476

3,645

East London NHS Foundation Trust

EASTLONDON

RWK

260,976

5,334

255,169

1,486

193,984

405

Frimley Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

FRIMLEY

RDU

259,835

4,536

247,501

3,306

232,572

5,198

Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust

GATESHEAD

RR7

189,116

6,404

180,891

2,113

182,053

-1

2gether NHS Foundation Trust

GLOSPART

RTQ

110,679

2,981

87,087

2,091

84,550

1,662

Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

GLOUCESTER

RTE

432,563

2,598

422,376

-4,924

409,729

-20,648

Greater Manchester West Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust

GMWEST

RXV

154,793

8,402

148,539

2,120

140,794

-14,486

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Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust

GOSH

RP4

37,091

4,888

(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

GUYS

RJ1

1,136,426

11,414

995,277

20,819

943,301

1,847

Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

GWSWINDON

RN3

290,475

536

202,712

-247

200,882

-6,817

Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust

HANTSPART

RW1

322,136

2,624

197,643

-1,207

194,878

971

Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust

HARROGATE

RCD

169,131

887

125,599

-550

123,766

-1,187

Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust

HEART

RR1

607,030

6,675

561,293

-8,142

541,938

-6,444

Hertfordshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

HERTSPART

RWR

211,684

1,249

212,204

4,284

198,098

-3,185

The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

HILLINGDON

RAS

190,291

-3,935

(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

HOMERTON

RQX

243,677

5,253

190,871

-521

179,884

3,597

Humber NHS Foundation Trust

HUMBER

RV9

134,030

1,171

86,952

1,282

14,674

-2,620

Heatherwood and Wexham Park Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

HWPH

RD7

221,573

-13,874

223,205

-13,240

223,875

-34,205

James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

JAMESPAGET

RGP

167,172

2,992

163,908

2,381

163,039

3,480

Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

KETTERING

RNQ

189,643

3,367

182,433

359

175,430

-26

King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

KINGS

RJZ

628,615

2,084

586,714

1,355

566,013

-1,386

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Queen Elizabeth Hospital King's Lynn NHS Foundation Trust

KINGSLYNN

RCX

165,017

1,050

28,058

839

(1)

(1)

Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust

LANCASHIRECARE

RW5

317,721

2,876

190,441

2,147

190,744

-4,851

Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

LANCSTEACH

RXN

387,271

-3,903

371,487

-4,359

366,819

-31,345

Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

LEEDS

RGD

181,166

4,475

127,191

3,615

122,990

732

Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

LINCSPART

RP7

97,943

933

95,195

208

94,004

-560

Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

LIVERPOOLHEART

RBQ

106,799

588

106,159

860

34,012

171

Liverpool Women's NHS Foundation Trust

LIVERPOOLWOMEN

REP

94,364

3,427

93,730

981

89,419

1,601

Luton and Dunstable Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

LUTON

RC9

220,552

2,495

211,336

2,294

204,905

3,095

Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

MANCHESTER

RW3

808,867

56,106

668,911

-3,601

660,552

-179,775

Medway NHS Foundation Trust

MEDWAY

RPA

227,856

-567

218,740

-3,496

210,877

-8,497

Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

MIDCHESHIRE

RBT

173,754

-8,175

170,216

2,612

164,502

1,958

Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust

MIDSTAFFS

RJD

155,742

-19,911

157,780

-13,967

151,882

-4,748

Milton Keynes Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

MILTONKEYNES

RD8

163,456

-4,307

156,635

-6,539

152,460

-1,233

Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

MOORFIELDS

RP6

150,985

5,764

147,374

10,015

126,001

2,544

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University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust

MORECAMBEBAY

RTX

252,271

-15,898

126,754

73

(1)

(1)

North East London NHS Foundation Trust

NELONDON

RAT

309,029

3,073

170,313

34

168,476

3,222

The Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

NEWCASTLE

RTD

858,090

-6,513

784,464

-2,673

742,572

-46,125

Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

NLAG

RJL

315,896

1,181

292,327

-6,531

290,052

-11,015

Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

NORTHANTSCARE

RP1

185,117

4,900

112,591

-1,824

98,897

-5,357

North East Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

NORTHEASTAMB

RX6

45,248

493

(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

North Essex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

NORTHESSEX

RRD

105,757

833

107,331

-3,673

105,224

-2,302

North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust

NORTHTEES

RVW

274,754

-13,938

270,249

4,204

257,248

-8,149

Northumberland, Tyne & Wear NHS Foundation Trust

NORTHUMBERLAND

RX4

307,973

-12,204

313,226

2,948

104,587

-926

Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

NORTHUMBRIA

RTF

415,361

-10,365

320,467

35

309,545

-10,119

Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust

NORWAVE

RMY

221,038

-7,956

222,331

-4,738

131,052

1,148

Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

NORWICH

RM1

446,529

14,033

429,319

7,074

401,868

5,006

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust

OXBUCKS

RNU

272,509

2,177

175,867

4,659

156,028

-1,545

Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust

OXLEAS

RPG

200,492

5,121

159,209

3,862

158,350

3,087

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Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

PAPWORTH

RGM

129,291

6,450

123,195

6,045

118,420

4,233

Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust

PENNINECARE

RT2

241,633

827

138,180

6,446

126,465

-6,489

Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

PETERBOROUGH

RGN

207,796

-45,839

223,798

-168,858

207,056

-3,601

Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

POOLE

RD3

195,686

116

194,795

1,020

188,721

-13,061

Queen Victoria Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

QVH

RPC

55,887

674

57,472

-1,001

54,536

-1,044

Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust

RDASH

RXE

170,026

-102

117,828

1,977

114,282

-3,222

Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust

RDE

RH8

350,594

3,030

350,341

3,727

335,635

6,679

The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

RJAH

RL1

57,447

1,042

(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

Royal National Hospital For Rheumatic Diseases NHS Foundation Trust

RNHRD

RBB

21,024

-106

20,112

-279

19,712

64

The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

ROH

RRJ

71,242

1,245

70,566

-160

67,581

2,157

The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust

ROTHERHAM

RFR

232,727

-6,341

184,657

-1,438

178,721

2,855

Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust

ROYALBERKSHIRE

RHW

317,414

1,016

302,930

2,034

290,675

1,881

Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust

ROYALBROMPTON

RT3

300,160

1,807

286,174

6,866

221,276

3,567

The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust

ROYALMARSDEN

RPY

311,586

6,902

257,887

11,926

225,515

3,379

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Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

ROYALSURREY

RA2

239,904

3,582

233,769

5,563

76,185

2,149

Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust

SALFORD

RM3

393,626

-14,062

329,053

5,835

328,294

-25,465

Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust

SALISBURY

RNZ

184,525

1,139

180,191

1,904

177,583

1,922

The Black Country Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

SANDWELLCARE

TAJ

109,386

-527

52,245

-1,082

50,621

121

South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

SCENTRALAMB

RYE

12,211

59

(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

SECOASTAMB

RYD

170,042

3,486

14,514

376

(1)

(1)

Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust

SHEFFIELDCHILD

RCU

149,055

5,417

125,592

908

116,540

1,950

Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust

SHEFFIELDHEALTH

TAH

122,547

1,991

117,110

2,336

116,149

2,127

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

SHEFFIELDTEACH

RHQ

861,716

7,979

805,830

4,425

787,446

-54,154

Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

SHERWOOD

RK5

266,081

4,183

258,494

-140,631

235,876

-44,003

South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust

SLAM

RV5

364,840

4,785

371,750

6,031

370,332

-2,637

Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

SOMERSETPART

RH5

147,192

501

58,036

-3,759

56,744

-1,444

University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust

SOUTHAMPTON

RHM

277,447

-2,007

(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

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South Devon Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

SOUTHDEVON

RA9

219,408

-10,255

211,761

-78

206,329

289

Southend University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

SOUTHEND

RAJ

250,270

267

249,518

4,406

242,162

-2,056

South Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust

SOUTHESSEX

RWN

314,103

2,351

202,159

4,157

193,581

-7,910

South Staffordshire and Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

SOUTHSTAFFS

RRE

167,009

-531

161,903

4,066

157,030

-12,738

South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

SOUTHTEES

RTR

522,789

-4,792

468,384

-1,305

406,818

-15,384

South Tyneside NHS Foundation Trust

SOUTHTYNESIDE

RE9

217,662

1,623

105,304

745

101,850

-949

Stockport NHS Foundation Trust

STOCKPORT

RWJ

259,134

3,041

222,891

4,700

218,976

-5,567

City Hospitals Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust

SUNDERLAND

RLN

306,021

3,783

294,718

2,900

285,639

-1,634

Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

SURREYPART

RXX

147,914

-20,247

170,128

-313

174,613

-25,406

Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

SUSSEXPART

RX2

236,249

-36,895

224,363

-8,326

229,756

-10,977

South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust

SWARKS

RJC

204,864

3,022

137,226

2,123

11,768

382

South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

SWESTAMB

RYF

126,672

1,645

10,581

97

(1)

(1)

South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

SWYORKSPART

RXG

231,055

6,320

128,347

3,326

113,898

986

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Tameside Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

TAMESIDE

RMP

145,387

-6,574

145,680

-23,979

139,233

-4,244

Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust

TAUNTON

RBA

239,391

1,509

238,339

731

231,777

918

Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust

TAVIPORT

RNK

33,249

-1,077

32,385

90

30,300

651

Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust

TEWVALLEYS

RX3

271,228

5,692

246,696

6,362

232,305

-60,389

University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

UCLH

RRV

773,704

-16,144

744,634

14,682

700,086

-10,972

University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

UHB

RRK

586,640

-33,642

536,515

-248,844

496,194

13,781

University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust

UHSM

RM2

385,780

-1,932

347,676

1,661

333,692

-29,601

The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust

WALTON

RET

81,202

2,399

75,584

2,310

46,840

1,596

Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

WARRINGTON

RWW

201,190

926

198,651

723

194,538

4,010

West Suffolk Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

WESTSUFFOLK

RGR

53,370

522

(1)

(1)

(1)

(1)

Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust

WIGAN

RRF

246,600

2,904

230,939

4,162

222,337

-2,610

Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

WIRRAL

RBL

284,117

2,345

280,245

917

272,777

103

Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

YEOVIL

RA4

109,077

797

106,638

-673

104,743

153

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York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

YORK HOSPITAL

RCB

296,435

647

247,781

-584

235,567

-5,553

(1) Not a foundation trust at year end. Notes: 1. IFRS value for “Operating Income from continuing operations” used as a proxy for “Turnover”. 2. IFRS value for “Surplus/(deficit) for the year” used as a proxy for “account surplus or deficit” 3. Where an NHS foundation trust was authorised part way through a financial year the values in its accounts as an FT only include the period it was an NHS foundation trust.