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Willie Rennie: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how much his Department has spent on household staff for members of the armed forces with a rank of Brigadier or equivalent and above in each of the last 12 months. 
Copies of the guidance in respect of the Department's Trading Funds UK Hydrographic Office, Met Office and Defence Science and Technology Laboratory have been placed in the Library of the House. The Defence Support Group is currently in the process of harmonising the existing travel guidelines of its air and land businesses and a copy will be placed in the Library of the House when the revised guidelines are complete.
The Department's non-departmental public bodies have charitable status and are independent of the Secretary of State for Defence in relation to travel guidance. Advisory non-departmental public bodies have no staff.
Mr. Quentin Davies: The cost so far to the Department of the A400M programme has been £843 million from the Capital Departmental Expenditure Limit and £5 million from the Resource Departmental Expenditure Limit. This money has been spent on aircraft development and production activities.
Sir Michael Spicer: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence when he plans to respond to the email from the hon. Member for West Worcestershire of 24 November 2009 on his Department's bonus scheme. 
Mr. Kevan Jones: Met Office staff are eligible to receive performance-related pay based on achievements against specific targets agreed and monitored by the Met Office Board, which are linked to the success of the Met Office at either individual, team or organisational level. Payments are non-consolidated and represent part of Met Office staff remuneration which is at risk and needs to be re-earned each year.
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Mr. Drew: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many (a) arrests, (b) reports, (c) de-arrests and (d) charges have been made under the RAF Fylingdales Military Land Byelaws since 1990. 
There is no record of the Military Land Byelaws at RAF Fylingdales being used by the Ministry of Defence Police after 2000. For the purposes of this response the term 'reports' has been interpreted as files that were submitted to the Crown Prosecution Service for advice.
Justine Greening: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government how much funding has been granted under Connecting Communities in each (a) local authority and (b) lower super output area in each year since 2000. 
Mr. Malik: The Connecting Communities programme was launched on 14 October 2009. A table providing information on the grant funding allocated to each area to support their proposals for participating in the Connecting Communities programme has been deposited in the Library of the House.
Mr. Stewart Jackson: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government what timetable has been set for the first full year's data to be collected from fire authorities under the new Incident Recording System. 
Mr. Malik: Fire and rescue authorities have been asked to provide incident record data for the first full year under the new Incident Record System by the end of May 2010. This is in order to produce the provisional national statistics which are published in the Fire Statistics Monitor Publication series at:
Mr. Fallon: To ask the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government with reference to the answer of 15 September 2008, Official Report, columns 2083-4W, on fire services: equipment, what the equivalent information is for 2008-09. 
The numbers of defibrillators in each Fire and Rescue Service in 2007 as provided in the answer of 15 September 2008, Official Report, columns 2083-4W, on fire services: equipment were data collected as a one-off for the following piece of research: Current Practice and Prospects for Fire and Rescue Service Co-responding, 14/2008:
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