John Hemming: To ask the Prime Minister if he will list the special advisers in post in his Office, broken down by pay band; and what the total budgeted cost to his Office of special advisers is for 2005–06.
Mike Penning: To ask the Prime Minister how many staff in his Office were (a) civil servants, (b) contractors and (c) other staff in each year since 1997.
John Hayes: To ask the Prime Minister if he will make a statement on the chain of financial accountability for the Prime Minister's Office; and what codes govern the legality of spending therein.
Bill Wiggin: To ask the Prime Minister pursuant to his speech of 2 November 2005 at the G8 climate change conference, whether his statement on external imposition of internal targets referred to (a) the Kyoto protocol and (b) the general concept of binding greenhouse gas reduction targets; and what assessment he has made of whether a framework of the kind he refers to for the private sector would require...
David Jones: To ask the Prime Minister what procedures he followed under paragraph 5.25 of the Ministerial Code in respect of gifts of watches and other jewellery to him and his family by the Prime Minister of Italy.