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How many applicants for "grandparenting" on to the Health Professions Council register for chiropody and podiatry have been asked to undertake top-up training in order to reach the required standards of proficiency; and how many such applicants have been admitted to the register following completion of a top-up training course. [HL387]
The Minister of State, Department of Health (Lord Warner): The Department of Health does not hold this information. The Health Professions Council is an independent statutory body responsible for the regulation of chiropody and podiatry, and can supply these data.
The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Lord Bach): Following the department's research project on the use of byways open to all traffic, published in January, we now intend to conduct a research project to ascertain the extent of the illegal use, by motorised vehicles, of other rights of way and land off-road. The project will be taken forward later this year.
In addition, to fulfil a commitment made in The Government's Framework for Action (January 2005) on the use of mechanically propelled vehicles on rights of way, we shall be publishing a comprehensive enforcement guidance document this summer. The
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guidance will set out examples of enforcement best practice and will clarify the extensive powers already available to deal with the illegal use of vehicles on rights of way and off-road.
Whether a travelator connection between Stratford International station and the present Stratford station was included in the authorised Channel Tunnel Rail Link scheme; and what commitment was given to Parliament that this would be built as part of the scheme. [HL330]
Lord Davies of Oldham: The provision of a mechanical link such as a travelator between Stratford International and Stratford regional stations was a condition of the Channel Tunnel Rail Link (Stratford Station and Subsidiary Works) Order 2001. Investigations and discussions continue on the most appropriate form of such a link.
Lord Bassam of Brighton: Yes. A key Cabinet Office objective is to achieve co-ordination of policy and operations across government. The work of the Cabinet Committee secretariats is crucial to achieving this objective. The secretariats support Ministers collectively and provide efficient arrangements for collective decision making.
Further information about the work of the secretariats was published in the Cabinet Office Departmental Report 2004 (cm 6226) available at www.cabinetoffice.gov.uk/aboutthecabinetoffice/reports.asp and in the Library.
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