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Written Answers — Department for Education: Pupils: Attendance (7 Sep 2017)

Robert Goodwill: ...year by age since 2014 can be found in Table I1. The number of looked after children who were identified as having a substance misuse problem in each year by age since 2014 can be found in Table I2. Equivalent figures are not available for all children. The number of children who were looked after at 31 March of each of the last five years can be found in Table A1.

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Office: Kenya (21 Mar 2016)

Baroness Anelay of St Johns: ...the Illegal Wildlife Trade Challenge Fund, managed by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. The three projects receive around £790,000 over the period 2014-2018. In 2015/16, 6 KWS employees were part of an i2 Notebook and Intelligence Analysis training course. The overall cost was £105,000.

Written Answers — Business, Innovation and Skills: Departmental Contracts (18 Sep 2012)

Jo Swinson: Full details of all contracts held by the Department can be provided only at a disproportionate cost. However details of all contracts awarded greater than £10,000 are published on the contracts Finder website: 86320080&r.i=1086320014&r.I1= 1073861169&r.I2=1086363734&r.I3=1086319968&r.s=...

Written Ministerial Statements — House of Lords: Land Registry: Performance Targets (27 Mar 2012)

Baroness Wilcox: ...development of our people and Land Registry business, to the benefit our customers and stakeholders Key Performance Indicators I1: Improve the number of employees positively engaged to 50% I2: Environmental: Reduce carbon emissions by 5% compared with emissions for 2011-12 Key Performance Objective I3: Successfully introduce performance and innovation into a complete...

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Work Experience (17 Jan 2012)

Nick Clegg: Guidance on the likely characteristics of internships and what an intern might expect from such a placement is outlined in the Common Best Practice Code for High Quality Internships published by the Gateway to the Professions Collaborative Forum: /11-1068-common-best-practice-code-for-quality-internships.p df Information and advice...

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Ofcom: Consultants (17 Mar 2011)

Ed Vaizey: ... (27) Harry McConnell HR employment advice 14,526 Hays Office Support IS programmers 72,080 Helios Technology Ltd Technical Spectrum advice 46,138 I.D.AT.E. Telecoms market data and research 40,583 i2 Media Research Ltd Spectrum consumer research 26,738 Ian Cooper Competition pensions advice 45,928 iBurbia Limited Media research and advice 14,488 IDC...

Written Answers — Children, Schools and Families: Teachers (10 Dec 2008)

Jim Knight: ...: School Workforce in England (including pupil:teacher ratios and pupil:adult ratios), January 2007 (Revised) OU.xls (Table I1 and I2 give figures for March 2006). Figures for 2007 will be published on 11 December 2008 and may be viewed online after 9.30 am that day:

Written Answers — Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform: Departmental Public Expenditure (9 Jan 2008)

Gareth Thomas: ...; 69,800 — E2 35,492 36,955 35,737 36,955 E3 15,950 54,502 20,246 34,502 F2 950 — 950 — F3 33,000 — 28,233 — G1 33,546 382 33,546 382 H2 55,992 1,760 53,135 1,760 H3 80 — 80 — I1 10,582 — 22,011 — I2 96,504 — 165,056 14,600 I3 — 1,631 — 1,631 J1...

Written Answers — Culture Media and Sport: Digital Switchover Costs (16 May 2006)

Tessa Jowell: needs of consumers facing most difficulty switching to digital TV The Generics Group May 2006 Equipment needs of consumers facing most difficulty switching to digital TV equipment i2 media research May 2006 Digital TV Equipment: Vulnerable Consumer Requirement Consumer Expert Group/Digital UK March 2006 Ferryside and Llansteffan Technical Trial: Research on...

Written Ministerial Statements — Home Department: Supplementary Estimates (24 Feb 2004)

David Blunkett: ...depreciation of those assets would lead to double counting. The change in the resource element of the DEL arises from: revised IND budget addition of £171,000,000 comprising £33,899,000 to subhead I1, £143,668,000 to subhead I2, reduction of £6,977,000 to subhead I3 and a reduction in receipts of £410,000 to subhead I5; £52,500,000 additional resources for the...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Prison Service: Prison Service (24 Oct 2002)

Roseanna Cunningham: To ask the Scottish Executive whether the variable R is presently lower than the sum of the variables F, I1 and I2, as referred to in paragraph 7 of schedule E to the Minute of Agreement Between the Secretary of State for Scotland and Kilmarnock Prison Services Ltd for the Design, Construction, Management and Financing of a Prison at Kilmarnock .

Written Answers — Trade and Industry: Information Technology (11 Feb 2002)

Patricia Hewitt: ...Contracting parties in the 1998–99 financial year: Action, Ameritech, Ascot Systems, ASE Consulting, Belmar-Zenith, Cap Gemini, CMG Admiral, Complete Media, Computacenter, Data Display, Dataware, Dell, Dr. Solomons, EDS, International Computers Ltd., i2, Interskill DBI, KPMG, MFT Computer Systems, Net Tel, OLSY, Reflex Magnetics, SAS, Secure, Sequent, Sight and Sound, Silicon...

Business of the House (4 Mar 1993)

Mr Tony Newton: ...given in the Official Report. Motion on the Plymouth Development Corporation (Area and Constitution) Order. THURSDAY II MARCH—European Communities (Amendment) Bill: progress in Committee, 16th day. FRIDAY I2 MARCH—Private Members' motions. MONDAY I5 MARCH—Second Reading of the Disability (Grants) Bill. [Wednesday 10 March: Relevant European Community...

Business of the House (5 Nov 1992)

Mr Tony Newton: ...Reading of the Education Bill. WEDNESDAY II NOVEMBER—Proceedings on the Maintenance Orders (Reciprocal Enforcement) Bill [Lords] Motion on the Registered Homes (Northern Ireland) Order. THURSDAY I2 NOVEMBER—Debate on the Adoption Law Review on a motion for the Adjournment of the House. FRIDAY I3 NovEMBER—Private Members' motions. MONDAY I6 NovEMBER—Second...

Business of the House (1 Mar 1990)

Mr Geoffrey Howe: ...the first report Session 1989–90 of the Select Committee on Members' Interests (HC 135). THURSDAY 8 MARCH—Second Reading of the Food Safety Bill [Lords]. FRIDAY 9 MARCH—Private Members' Bills. MONDAY I2 MARCH—Until about seven o'clock motion on the Northern Ireland (Emergency and Prevention of Terrorism Provisions) (Continuance) Order. Afterwards, motion on the...

Business of the House (1 Feb 1990)

Mr Geoffrey Howe: ...residence. Details will be given in the Official Report. The Chairman of Ways and Means has named opposed private business for consideration at seven o'clock. FRIDAY 9 FEBRUARY—Private Members' Bills. MONDAY I2 FEBRUARY—Until seven o'clock private Members' motions. Remaining stages of the Property Services Agency and Crown Suppliers Bill. It may be for the convenience of...

Business of the House (6 Jul 1989)

Mr John Wakeham: ...Estimates concerned and the relevant Select Committee reports will be given in the Official Report. At Ten o'clock the Question will be put on all outstanding Estimates. TUESDAY II JULY and WEDNESDAY I2 JULY Remaining stages of the Finance Bill. At the end on Tuesday: motion on the Rate Support Grant (Scotland) Order, motion on the Redundant Mineworkers and Concessionary Coal (Payment...

Business of the House (6 Apr 1989)

Mr John Wakeham: ...of EC document on weights and measures. Details will be given in the Official Report. Motion to take note of EC document on the driving licence. Details will be given in the Official Report. WEDNESDAY I2 APRIL—Debate on a Government Motion on the Fennell report on the investigation into the King's Cross Underground fire (Cm 499). Motion relating to National Health Service...

P and O Dispute: Business of the House (5 May 1988)

Mr John Wakeham: ...of indirect taxation. Details of the EC documents concerned will be given in the Official Report. The Chairman of Ways and Means has named opposed private business for consideration at seven o'clock. THURSDAY I2 MAY—There will be a debate on prisons on a motion for the Adjournment of the House. Motion on the European Committee for the Prevention of Torture and Inhuman or Degrading...

Business of the House (31 Mar 1988)

Mr John Wakeham: The business for the first week after the Easter Adjournment will be as follows: TUESDAY I2 APRIL— Second Reading of the School Boards (Scotland) Bill. Motion on the Church Commissioners (Assistance for Priority Areas) Measure. WEDNESDAY I3 APRIL—Progress on remaining stages of the Health and Medicines Bill. Afterwards motion relating to the Local Government (Prescribed...

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