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Written Answers — Employment: Closures (West Midlands and Black Country) (19 Oct 1981)

Mr. Winnick asked the Secretary of State for Employment if he will list the number, names and numbers of employees involved in firms which have closed since May 1979 in (a) the West Midlands, (b) the Black Country areas and the West Midlands and (c) the Walsall travel-to-work area.

Written Answers — Scotland: Down's Syndrome (19 Oct 1981)

Mr. Allan Stewart: No firm figures are available; but data from a recent general practice survey combined with 60 hospital statistics suggest that there are about 2,100 persons with Down's syndrome in Scotland, giving a rate of about 41 per 100,000.

Written Answers — Defence: Trident Missile (19 Oct 1981)

...of our policy of improving the existing capital facilities there, and in order to maintain the effectiveness of the British nuclear deterrent. The project is in its preliminary planning stage and firm costs estimates are not yet available. However, it has been the practice of successive Governments not to disclose detailed costs related to the defence nuclear programme.

Written Answers — Environment: Sheffield (Housing) (19 Oct 1981)

...1 Total 2,254There are, in addition, 396 dwellings owned by co-ownership housing societies. The dwellings owned by the Hallam housing association and the co-ownership societies are managed by firms of estate agents. The other associations use their own staff to manage their stock. Mr. John H. Osborn asked the Secretary of State for the Environment what is the housing stock in the...

Written Answers — Social Services: Pharmacists Review Panel (20 Oct 1981)

Dr. Vaughan: The membership of the Pharmacists Review Panel is now complete and consists of Mr. Edward Gibbons, solicitor, as chairman, with, as members, Mr. G. Carter, an accountant, Miss P. L. Cook, an economist, 102 Mr. J. G. Grindle, representing retail trade experience and Professor G. F. Thomason, an expert in industrial relations. The panel will shortly be asked to consider references...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Consular Officers (Legal Advice) (20 Oct 1981)

Mr. Luce: Consular officers are not qualified to give legal advice; it is in any event no part of the function of Government to do so. However, posts are normally able to provide a list of lawyers practising locally who will, of course, be familiar with local law and procedures.

Written Answers — Employment: Work Experience on Employers' Premises (20 Oct 1981)

Mr. Colvin asked the Secretary of State for Employment whether steps are being taken by the special programmes division of the Manpower Services Commission to persuade large firms to sponsor more places on the work experience on employers' premises part of the youth opportunities programme.

Written Answers — Social Services: Ormskirk Hospital (21 Oct 1981)

Mr. Kilroy-Silk asked the Secretary of State for Social Services if he will list all those firms that tendered for the contract to modernise the maternity wing at Ormskirk hospital; which firm received the contract; and whether this was the lowest tender.

Written Answers — National Finance: Value Added Tax (22 Oct 1981)

Mrs. Renée Short asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) what steps are being taken to compensate companies and firms which were owed sums of money from value added tax as a result of the civil servants' dispute; and if he will make a statement;

Written Answers — Social Services: Great Ormond Street Hospital (22 Oct 1981)

Dr. Vaughan: As indicated in my reply to the hon. Member for Newham, North West (Mr. Lewis) on 18 June 1981—[Vol. 6, c. 427.]—an independent firm of structural engineers has, for the past 13 months, been investigating structural faults in the new cardiac unit that have prevented its occupation and use. A final report has not yet been received but the board is continuing to pursue the...

Written Answers — Industry: Loan Guarantee Scheme (23 Oct 1981)

Mr. Grylls asked the Secretary of State for Industry if he will ensure that the Government's small firms loan guarantee scheme introduced on 1 June 1981 is not curtailed or halted when the initial limit set of £50 million is reached in the next few weeks.

Written Answers — National Finance: Civil Servants' Dispute (Value Added Tax) (23 Oct 1981)

Mrs. Renée Short asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer what steps are being taken to compensate 199 companies and firms which were owed sums of money from value added tax as a result of the civil servants' dispute; and if he will make a statement.

Written Answers — Employment: Craft Apprentices (23 Oct 1981)

...costs 108.7 108.2 140.1 145.1 136.7 159.0 Training Grants 12.4 24.2 27.8 34.0 20.2 15.1 —— —— —— —— —— —— Total 12.1 132.4 167.9 179.1 156.9 174.1 Support to individual firms has been given under various special employment measures. However, the details requested could be provided only at a disproportionate cost.

Written Answers — Employment: Census of Employment (26 Oct 1981)

...the returns from the "Census of Employment Return: 14 September 1981" which are sent to his Department in completed form later than 23 October. Mr. Waddington: Yes; 23 October is the date by which firms are asked to return forms if possible but late returns are also included in the compilation of the results which are normally based on over 99 per cent. response. Mr. Heddle asked the...

Written Answers — Industry: Engineering Council (26 Oct 1981)

Mr. Wakeham [pursuant to his reply, 21 October 1981]: The firm intention is that the council should become financially independent as soon as possible, but the Government have indicated that they would be prepared to help finance its initial running costs. The draft Royal Charter would enjoin the council generally to promote and develop the knowledge and best practice of engineering, and to...

Written Answers — Education and Science: University Graduates (Employment) (26 Oct 1981)

...during the academic year 1979–80 is given below. It relates only to those graduates who were known to have entered full-time employment by 31 December 1980 or who by 31 March 1981 had made firm arrangements for such employment. For earlier years similar information is available in the annual publication of the University Grants Committee "Details of First Destinations of University...

Written Answers — Social Services: Invalidity Benefit (26 Oct 1981) reply. As my right hon. and learned Friend said in his Budget Statement earlier this year, we have decided to postpone for the time being our intention to bring invalidity benefit into tax. No firm date is fixed for this at present.

Written Answers — Environment: Merseyside Enterprise Zone (26 Oct 1981)

...have so far taken leases in the Merseyside enterprise zone; and how many of these have moved five miles or less to do so. Mr. King: One aim in enterprise zones is to keep detailed inquiries to firms that would be required to answer these questions to a minimum. We have, however, appointed consultants to monitor the development of the enterprise zones. They will be reporting next year, and...

Written Answers — Environment: Merseyside (Ministerial Visit) (26 Oct 1981)

...Skelmersdale new town development corporation, senior representatives of some of the largest private and public sector employers on Merseyside, and the management secondees from leading Merseyside firms who are helping run some of the schemes that I announced on 5 August, at the end of my initial visit to Merseyside. I also met representatives of the press. The visits and meetings...

Written Answers — Environment: Caravan Sites Act (Hillingdon) (26 Oct 1981)

Mr. Macfarlane: The London borough of Hillingdon most recently applied for designation in July 1981. The Town Sales FirmNegotiations Number of Sales and Firm Negotiations as Percentage of Tenancies at June 1979 Basildon 1,858 1,033 17 Central Lancashire 45 86 6 Milton Keynes 269 294 6 Northampton 522 312 15 Peterborough 680 337 15 Redditch 341 55 6 Runcorn 386 352 8 Skelmersdale 748...

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