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Mr. Robert Jackson: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Employment, (1) pursuant to his answer of 22 March 2001, Official Report, column 334W, what representations (a) he and (b) his officials received from trades unions representatives on the future National Training Organisation representation for the telecoms industry, indicating the dates of meetings and their outcome; 
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(3) pursuant to his answer of 22 March 2001, Official Report, column 334W, what discussions (a) he and (b) his officials have held with the NTO National Council on the future National Training Organisation representation for the telecoms industry, indicating the dates of the meetings and their outcome; 
(4) pursuant to his answer of 22 March 2001, Official Report, column 334W, how many organisations have been sent the consultation paper by his Department on the future National Training Organisation representation for the telecoms industry; and if he will list them; 
(5) pursuant to his answer of 22 March 2001, Official Report, column 334W, what discussions (a) he and (b) his officials have held with board members of the former NTO-telecom on the future National Training Organisation representation for the telecoms industry, indicating the dates of meetings and their outcome; 
(6) pursuant to his answer of 22 March 2001, Official Report, column 334W, how many replies have been received in response to the consultation exercise undertaken by his Department on the future National Training Organisation representation for the telecoms industry. 
Mr. Wicks: The consultation paper has been sent to a total of 2,330 organisations, a list of which has been placed in the Library. The document has also been made available on the internet. The Department's Consultation Unit has received 143 replies.
This Government are committed to a strong network of employment led National Training Organisations (NTOs). As part of the consultation process, Ministers and officials have discussed with senior employer representatives from the telecommunications and call handling sector future NTO arrangements for the industry.
No discussions have been held, by Ministers or officials, with the NTO National Council or with trades unions representatives on the future NTO representation for the telecoms industry. Ministers have however received correspondence from trade union representatives on this matter.
Officials held discussions with the Chairman and Acting Chief Executive of nto tele.com on 16 August 2000. The Chief Executive of EMTA was also present at that meeting. No other discussions have been held with e-skills NTO and EMTA on the future NTO representation for the telecoms industry.
Mr. Chope: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Employment if he will list for each school which has received an improvement award for 1997 and 2000 the key stage test or GCSE/GNV results and the ranking of the differences between the two years. 
Ms Estelle Morris [holding answer 20 March 2001]: The schools that received an improvement award based on their 1997 and 2000 pupil performance data are contained in tables, copies of which have been placed in the Library.
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Mr. Martyn Jones: To ask the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food what progress has been made with setting up and activating the Livestock Welfare (Disposal) Scheme in response to the outbreak of foot and mouth disease; and if he will make a statement. 
Ms Quin: The Livestock Welfare (Disposal) Scheme as announced by my right hon. Friend the Minister of Agriculture in his statement to the House on 27 March 2001, Official Report, columns 827-31, has already opened to applications. First payments are due to be made before Easter.
Parliamentary approval for additional resources for this new service will be sought in the 2001-02 Summer Supplementary Estimate for the Intervention Board Executive Agency. Pending that approval urgent expenditure estimated at £240 million will be met by a repayable cash advance from the Contingencies Fund.
Mr. Paice: To ask the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food if he will provide a breakdown of sheep journeys in February by (a) movements direct to aggregation facilities prior to export, (b) live exports, (c) movements from farm direct to slaughter, (d) movements from farm to livestock markets, (e) movements from livestock markets direct to abattoirs, (f) movements from livestock markets to farms, (g) movements between farms arising from private sales, (h) movements between parcels of land in same ownership, (i) movements from winter keep to the home farm and (j) other movements. 
Mr. Morley [holding answer 2 April 2001]: The full information requested is not readily available and could be obtained only at disproportionate cost. But 118 consignments of sheep were exported to other member states during February.
Mr. Denzil Davies: To ask the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food if he will list the names of the persons who are entitled to receive compensation from Her Majesty's Government as a result of the Factortame judgment, with the amount of entitlement in each case. 
Mr. Morley: Agreement has been reached out of Court with all bar two of the 93 applicants in the Factortame litigation in full and final settlement of their claims against the United Kingdom Government. Full details of the settlements are set out in the table. The two exceptions, Parafleet Ltd. and Presslake Ltd., have appealed against the decision of the Court to strike out their claims in respect of two additional vessels. Those appeals are expected to be heard later this year.
|Anglo Spanish Fisheries Ltd.||66|
|Baomar UK Ltd.||55|
|Basamar Fisheries Ltd.||1,521,880|
|Big John Ltd.||302,232|
|Bowman and Sons Ltd.||229,786|
|Britgal UK Ltd.||271,558|
|Cmaine Shipping Ltd.||2,033,043|
|Detect Sea Enterprises Ltd.||2,904,105|
|J. J. Fernandez||702,225|
|Costa Fishing Explorer Ltd.||2,441,305|
|Galaza Fisheries Ltd.||528,275|
|Glover Associates Ltd.||655,786|
|Gregcrest Services Ltd.||147,896|
|Hayton of Fleetwood Ltd.|
|J. K. Hayton||1,500,000|
|K. P. Hayton|
|C. S. Hayton|
|Hercules Fishing Ltd.||374,469|
|Interpesco Securities Ltd.||1,415,099|
|Interpesco UK Ltd.||965,059|
|Jose Dolores Fishing Ltd.||605,123|
|Kuko Fisheries Ltd.||611,554|
|Laira Fishing Ltd.||472,296|
|Leicester Trawling Ltd.||257,063|
|London Shipping Enterprises Ltd.||11|
|Marina Fishing Ltd.||436,748|
|Marone Fisheries Ltd.||221,401|
|Millbay Secretarial Ltd.||328,225|
|Millbay Trawler Management Ltd.||284,723|
|Mouro Fisheries Ltd.||1,170,597|
|Nashscope Fishing Ltd.||694,583|
|North West Fishing Ltd.||658,702|
|Mr. J. A. O'Connor||123,818|
|Mrs. M. V. O'Connor|
|Pesca Fisheries Ltd.||3,223,701|
|Pimar Fisheries Ltd.||44|
|Plymouth Shipping Ltd.||472,098|
|Rawlings (Trawling) Ltd.||546,164|
|Robrisa Fishing Ltd.||541,189|
|Ruby Fishing Ltd.||371,672|
|SFP Fisheries Ltd.||4,500,000|
|Sun Fisheries Ltd.||400,524|
|Troulo Fisheries Ltd.||168,015|
|Wherry Fish Selling Company Ltd.||88|
|White Fisheries Ltd.||404,636|
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