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Mr. Clelland: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport pursuant to the answer of 19 November 2007, Official Report, column 461W, on motor vehicles: licensing, how many registered vehicle owners who failed to comply with a statutory off-road declaration and who failed to comply with subsequent enforcement action were consequently summonsed to appear in court. 
Jim Fitzpatrick: Since the inception of Continuous Registration enforcement in March 2004 cases have no longer been settled via a magistrates court summons but via a county court claim. The volumes for both are:
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Matthew Taylor: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport how many road traffic accidents there were in (a) Cornwall, (b) each parliamentary constituency in Cornwall and (c) England in each year since 1979; and how many (i) injuries and (ii) deaths resulted from them in each year. 
Jim Fitzpatrick: A table showing the number of reported personal injury road accidents in (a) Cornwall, (b) each parliamentary constituency in Cornwall and (c) England in each year since 1979; and the resulting (i) injured casualties and (ii) fatalities has been deposited in the Libraries of the House. The information broken down by parliamentary constituency is not available for accidents prior to 1994.
Mrs. Villiers: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport how much was spent by her Department and its agencies on (a) motorway and trunk road building, (b) motorway and trunk road improvement and widening and (c) motorway and trunk road maintenance in each of the last five years. 
|(1 )Spend on bypass schemes included in the Highways Agencys programme of major schemes (schemes costing over £5 million)|
(2 )Spend on junction improvement and widening schemes included in the Highways Agencys programme of major schemes (schemes costing over £5 million)
(3 )Total maintenance spend by the Highways Agency
Angela Eagle [holding answer 19 November 2007]: A full assessment of the levy was published at Budget 2006. The climate change levy is estimated to have reduced emissions by a cumulative 16.5 million tonnes of carbon up to 2005 and by 2010, it is estimated to deliver savings of over 3.5 million tonnes of carbon per year.
Sarah Teather: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what percentage of inquiries received by his Department from the public were responded to within (a) one week, (b) 14 days, (c) 28 days, (d) two months and (e) three months; and in what percentage of cases it took (i) over three months and (ii) over one year to respond. 
Angela Eagle: The current fuel duty payable on a litre of petrol is 50.35p and is the total amount of tax paid by businesses that can reclaim VAT. For households and businesses that cannot reclaim VAT, it is charged as 17.5 per cent. on the sum of the pre-tax price of petrol and fuel duty.
Vehicle excise duty (and hydrocarbon oils duty)the Office for National Statistics publishes revenues since 1993 (including hydrocarbon oils) at:
Hydrocarbon oilstable 3 of the Hydrocarbon Oils Bulletin published by HM Revenue and Customs contains revenues since 1997-98, available at:
Company car tax (including fuel benefit charge) is the income tax and national Insurance liability for employee and director benefits-in-kind received as cars and fuel for private use and is published from 1999-2000 by HMRC. This can be found in table 4.5 at:
Kitty Ussher: The Treasury and Debt Management Office published a consultation document Government Sterling Sukuk Issuance on 14 November, with a deadline for responses of 21 February 2008. This document is available in the House Library and on the Treasurys website at http://www.hm-treasury.gov.uk/media/6/C/consult_sukuk141107.pdf Following the consultation, the Government will consider the responses and announce a decision on the possible issuance of wholesale sterling denominated sukuk and next steps including the timetable for any primary legislation.
Mr. Brazier: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what arrangements exist to compensate households for damage to property resulting from a terrorist attack; and whether his Department has reviewed the inclusion of home insurance in the Pool Re Scheme. 
Kitty Ussher: Insurance cover for domestic property damage arising from fire, explosion or impact caused by an act of terrorism is widely available. Local authorities would normally take the lead in arranging decontamination of domestic properties following a chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear incident caused by terrorist activity.
Justine Greening: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what estimate he has made of the savings made by the Office of Government Commerce as a result of implementing (a) e-commerce, (b) e-catalogues, (c) corporate cards and (d) e-auctions in each year since 2003-04; and if he will make a statement. 
Savings methods are still being finalised for this service which started trading in summer 2006. The service is going through a significant period of growth and we expect substantial savings to arise from 2008-09 onwards.
|Total number of auctions||Total pre -auc tion value (£)||Total saving (£)|
In addition, OGC has operated seven collaborative reverse e-auctions since 2005 to procure IT hardware on behalf of a range of public sector organisations. Those auctions have generated estimated savings of £22.45 million.
Justine Greening: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer which of the Office of Government Commerce's contracts became shared contracts, including by sharing current contracts across central government, in each year since 2003-04; and if he will make a statement. 
In addition, OGC is working with Government departments to ensure that their contracts are open for use across Government. Wherever possible, OGC uses framework agreements and shared contracts for domestic procurements. All departments are encouraged to use existing contracts where they represent good value for money.
Justine Greening: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many events were held by the Office of Government Commerce in each year since 2003-04; how much was spent on those events was; and if he will make a statement. 
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Justine Greening: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what procurement savings have been achieved by the Office of Government Commerce Buying Solutions since 2003-04; in respect of which support services they were achieved; and if he will make a statement. 
|Performance against savings target as follows:|
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