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|(1) Denotes insufficient sample size.|
Active People has now been commissioned on a rolling basis and further data will be available in due course. Further analysis of ethnicity and other demographics can be found on Sport Englands Active People Diagnostic website at:
Sport England has not provided data on each individual sport by each detailed ethnic group (below the white and non-white groups), as for some of the smaller participant sports, there is insufficient sample to analyse the individual sport on a detailed demographic sub-group basis.
Lembit Öpik: To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport what estimate his Department has made of the number of tourist information centres which have closed in the last two years; and what recent steps his Department has taken to support the tourism sector. 
VisitEngland has worked with national, regional and local level tourism stakeholders to develop a national partnership model to increase the promotion of tourist information centres, to ensure that these are quality assured, and to improve their customer focus. A national implementation group will oversee the introduction of this new partnership.
The Government remain committed to supporting the tourism industry. At the national tourism summit in January, the Prime Minister called for a strengthened partnership between industry and Government through the recession and toward recovery. A tourism advisory group, composed of key industry representatives, is providing intelligence and guidance in this regard and an inter-ministerial group has been established to address fiscal and regulatory concerns as well as incentives and opportunities. VisitBritain and VisitEngland are also running a major, £6.5 million overseas and domestic marketing campaign, themed around destinations as Value for Money.
Mr. Michael Foster: The Department for International Development (DFID) currently runs Internet Explorer 7 as part of our standard PC build. We are evaluating Internet Explorer 8 for potential future release when we have assessed compatibility with existing applications.
Mrs. Laing: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice how many court production orders for data from communications service providers were (a) applied for and (b) obtained in each year since 2000; and how many such orders were (i) sought and (ii) obtained by Government departments and agencies in each such year. 
Mr. Gordon Prentice: To ask the Secretary of State for Justice what guidance is issued to the courts on discretion to refer to presenting authorities for investigation instances of prima facie evidence of criminal activity contained in papers lodged with a court in the course of a civil action. 
Bridget Prentice: The Judicial Studies Board issue guidance to the judiciary in section 1.7 of the Civil Bench Book on what to do when criminal conduct is discovered in civil proceedings. This can be viewed at the Judicial Studies Board website at:
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