Lord Lansley: Her Majesty's Government under what circumstances a Government financial guarantee to a capital investment project will lead to the definition of expenditure on that project being classified as public expenditure.
Lord Lansley: Her Majesty's Government what they communicated to the Welsh Government about the implications for capital provision or borrowing capacity consequent upon the possibility of government financial guarantees being provided by the Welsh Government to the Heads of the Valley Development Company Circuit of Wales project.
Lord Lansley: Her Majesty's Government whether they consider that the government financial guarantees sought by the Heads of Valleys Development Company for the Circuit of Wales project would mean that the expenditure on the project would be regarded as public sector capital expenditure.
Lord Lansley: Her Majesty's Government whether, and if so when, the Welsh Government asked HM Treasury and the National Infrastructure Commission for their view or advice concerning the public sector accountancy treatment of government financial guarantees to the Circuit of Wales project.
Lord Lansley: Her Majesty's Government when, and in what terms, they advised the Welsh Government about the public sector financial implications and accounting treatment of the Circuit of Wales project's proposed guarantee.
Lord Lansley: Her Majesty's Government whether a strategic commercial unit will be established within NHS England, as recommended in the Accelerated Access Review, and if so, when.
Lord Lansley: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what estimate they have made of the economic benefit to the UK arising from the provision of educational services to under-18 international students at boarding schools in the UK.
Lord Lansley: To ask Her Majesty’s Government how many children with a Tier 4 child category visa attend a UK boarding school.
Lord Lansley: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what is the average time taken to process an application for a Tier 4 child visa.
Lord Lansley: To ask Her Majesty’s Government whether a child attending a UK boarding school from overseas is regarded as habitually resident in the UK if they return home outside term-time.
Lord Lansley: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the impact of leaving the EU on businesses that export within the EU single market and on individual sectors.
Lord Lansley: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what guidance and specific information they have provided, or plan to provide, to businesses about the impact of the UK leaving the EU on individual business sectors in order to support those businesses in communicating with their staff, suppliers, and other stakeholders about the possible impact on them of the UK leaving the EU.
Lord Lansley: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what proportion of asylum claims resolved after six months were found to be well-founded in the latest period for which the statistics are available.
Lord Lansley: To ask Her Majesty’s Government when they intend to make permanent the restriction on HGVs overtaking between Junctions 9 and 10 of the M11, following the trial.
Lord Lansley: To ask Her Majesty’s Government how many local authorities with a social care responsibility have made local authority-funded care available for those with less than substantial care needs, in each of the last five years.
Lord Lansley: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what they estimate to be the total number of older people accessing local authority-funded social care in each of the last seven years, expressed in numbers and as proportion of the total relevant age group.
Lord Lansley: To ask Her Majesty’s Government how much money has been (1) provided, and (2) committed through to 2018–19, from the LIBOR fines to support the Imperial War Museum's educational work; and how that money has been disbursed or allocated by the museum.
Lord Lansley: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what is their latest estimate of the impact in England of the exemption of a main home from the calculation of assets on the charges that would be payable under the means test for domiciliary care.
Andrew Lansley: None.
Andrew Lansley: The Office of the Leader of the House of Commons is part of the Cabinet Office. Our answer will be included in the response by the Minister for the Cabinet Office, shortly.