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Bob Spink: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills what proportion of 18 to 25-year-olds resident in (a) Essex and (b) Castle Point was in higher education (i) in 1997 and (ii) on the latest date for which information is available. 
Mr. Lammy: The Government do not collect data on the number of adults resident in a particular area who are not in higher education, so it is not possible to calculate the proportion of 18 to 25-year-olds from Essex local authority and Castle Point constituency who were in higher education in 1997 and the latest date for which information is available.
The numbers of 18 to 25-year-old students from Essex and Castle Point who were enrolled in higher education are shown as an alternative in the table. Figures for the 2008-09 academic year will be available in January 2010.
|18-25 year old Enrolments( 1) from Essex local authority( 2) and Castle Point parliamentary constituency( 2)( : ) UK higher education institutions academic years 1997-98 and 2007-08|
|(1) Covers undergraduate and postgraduate students enrolled on full-time and part-time courses.|
(2) Local authority and parliamentary constituency are defined by full and valid home postcodes recorded on the HESA student record.
Figures are on a snapshot basis as at 1 December and are rounded to the nearest five.
Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA).
Bob Spink: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills when he plans to reply to the letter of 19 May 2009 from the hon. Member for Castle Point, on his constituent, Mrs Hilton. 
Sir Michael Spicer: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills when the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Technology plans to reply to the email from the hon. Member for West Worcestershire, dated 15 April 2009, on broadband for pensioners. 
Mr. McFadden [holding answer 12 June 2009]: My colleague the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Communications, Broadcasting and Technology responded to the hon. Member on 11 June. I apologise for the delay which was caused by the current high volumes of correspondence.
Sir Michael Spicer: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills when the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Small Business plans to reply to the letter from the hon. Member for West Worcestershire, dated 21 April 2009, on Royal Worcester porcelain. 
Mr. McFadden [holding answer 12 June 2009]: My noble Friend the Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Economic Competitiveness, Small Business and Enterprise apologises for the delay in responding. This is unacceptable and the hon. Member will receive a response shortly
Mr. Winnick: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills when he plans to reply to the letter from the hon. Member for Walsall North of 7 May 2009 on BWB Consulting Ltd. 
Mr. Baron: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills when he expects to respond to the hon. Member for Billericays letter of 21 April 2009 on Visteon, transferred to his Department by the Department for Work and Pensions. 
Mr. McFadden: The helpline serviceknown as the Pay and Work Rights linewas procured using the COIs Framework Agreement for Direct and Relationship Marketing Services. COI issued the invitation to tender to run the service to selected companies on its roster of pre-qualified helpline providers. The COI regards the tender documentation as commercially confidential.
Keith Vaz: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills how many Russian nationals were enrolled on (a) undergraduate and (b) postgraduate courses at educational institutions in (i) London and (ii) England at the latest date for which figures are available. 
|Russian national enrolments by Government office region of institutionEnglish higher education institutionsacademic year 2007/08|
|Level of study||English HEIs||Of which: London HEIs|
Figures are based on a HESA standard registration population and have been rounded to the nearest five.
Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA).
Adam Afriyie: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills how much in (a) compensation for foreign exchange exposure, (b) loans and (c) other funding his Department has provided for the research councils in addition to the allocations in the 2007 science budget. 
Mr. Lammy [holding answer 12 June 2009]: The CSR 2007 allocations to the Research Councils out of the science and research budget were published in December 2007. Since then there have been additions to the Research Councils allocations as set out as follows.
|(a) Table 1: Additional funding to Research Councils in respect of the extra costs of international subscriptions arising from exchange rate changes|
|(b ) Table 2: Temporary loans to Research Councils|
The loans were made on the condition that they are repaid by the end of CSR 2007.
|(c) Table 3: Other funding additional capital allocations to Research Councils in respect of approved new large facilities projects|
Stephen Hammond: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (1) how many under 25-year-olds will receive (a) jobs and (b) training in the logistics sector under the scheme announced in the Budget 2009; 
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and the Learning and Skills Council will be able to offer more than 80,000 training places for young adults who have been unemployed for more than 12 months. We are not yet in a position to be able to predict which sectors jobs and training will be in.
Mr. Drew: To ask the Leader of the House if she will bring forward proposals to provide for (a) (i) the suspension from the House and (ii) the dismissal from the House of hon. Members found to have committed serious misdemeanours and (b) a vote in the constituencies of such hon. Members to determine whether they should keep their seats in such cases; and if she will make a statement. 
Grant Shapps: To ask the Leader of the House how many public consultations have been conducted by her Office since 27 June 2007; what the title of each has been; how many responses to each consultation were received; and what estimate has been made of the total cost incurred for each consultation. 
A consultation on The Governance of BritainThe Governments Draft Legislative Programme began in July 2007. Around 250 individuals, representing a wide variety of organisations and stakeholders, attended a number of events around the country as part of this consultation. The main consultation event was a public engagement led by Ipsos Mori that cost £54,946.06. Responses to the consultation were also received in both letter and e-mail format. Figures are not available on the cost of publication.
The second public consultation began in May 2008 and was entitled Preparing Britain for the FutureThe Governments Draft Legislative Programme which cost £32,035 to publish. The cost of the consultation exercise for this programme was £30,922.38.
This programme received the views of around 2,000 people and organisations. These comprised 751 responses to the Leader of the House of Commons website, at least 1,200 people and organisations who participated in the 58 regional events and 44 individuals and 58 organisations who responded by post.
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