Telephone Services

Graeme Morrice: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many private sector call centre staff were used by his Department and its agencies in each of the last three financial years; and at what cost to the public purse. [114431]

Mr Simon Burns: The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency is an agency of the Department and has eight call centres, one of which uses private sector IT Helpdesk staff. The figures for the last three financial years and cost are as follows:

 HeadcountCost (excluding VAT) (£)

2009-10

6

247,509

2010-11

5

211,979

2011-12

5

173,631

NHS Shared Business Services has a call centre facility using private sector staff in the United Kingdom and India. The breakdown is as follows:

The UK (Bristol): 27

India (Noida): 65

To identify the specific cost and the headcount for the last three financial years would involve a substantial and widespread trawl of these services, which would incur disproportionate cost.

In addition, the Department funds, or contributes towards costs, for a number of specific services, which may include telephone contact centres or helpdesk services. To identify them would involve a substantial and widespread trawl of these services, which would incur disproportionate cost.

United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust

Stephen Phillips: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what assessment his Department has made of the impact of 18 week targets on survival rates at secondary care facilities operated by United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust between their introduction and June 2010; and if he will make a statement. [114609]

Mr Simon Burns: The Department has made no assessment of the impact of the 18 weeks target on survival rates at secondary care facilities operated by United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust between their introduction and June 2010.

Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Bangladesh

Shabana Mahmood: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what recent discussions he has had with the high commissioner for Bangladesh on the disappearance of Mr M Ilias Ali. [114455]

Alistair Burt: The Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, my right hon. Friend the Member for Richmond (Yorks) (Mr Hague), has had no recent discussions with the high commissioner for Bangladesh about the disappearance of Mr Ali.

I visited Bangladesh from 28 to 30 May 2012 and raised the issue of Mr Ali's disappearance during meetings with the Bangladesh Prime Minister, Sheikh Hasina, and the leader of the Bangladesh Nationalist Party, Khaleda Zia. Our high commissioner to Bangladesh has also raised the case of Mr Ali on a number of occasions.

We continue to urge the Bangladeshi authorities to do all they can to investigate disappearances in Bangladesh, including that of Mr Ali.

Climate Change: International Co-operation

Caroline Lucas: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what progress he has made in appointing a new Special Representative for Climate Change; when he expects to make such an appointment; what discussions he has had on the priorities for this post holder in the next three years; and if he will make a statement. [R] [114601]

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Mr Bellingham: A process is in place to recruit a replacement to the outgoing Special Representative for Climate Change. The successful candidate will be announced in due course. The role will be to continue to pursue British interests through a foreign policy-led programme of climate diplomacy.

Egypt

Stephen Phillips: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what support his Department is providing to maintain security at crossing points on the border between the Gaza Strip and Egypt. [114516]

Alistair Burt: We are not currently providing any support to maintain security at crossing points on the border between Gaza and Egypt. At present, Hamas controls the Palestinian side of these crossing points. The UK does not have any direct contact with Hamas. The Quartet have set out clearly that Hamas must renounce violence, recognise Israel and accept previously signed agreements.

The EU Border Assistance Mission Rafah (EUBAM Rafah) was launched on 24 November 2005, to monitor the operations of the border crossing point between the Gaza Strip and Egypt and build Palestinian capacity in border management, after Israel and the Palestinian Authority concluded an Agreement on Movement and Access on 15 November 2005. However, EUBAM Rafah has been unable to fulfil its mandate since 2007 because the EU classifies Hamas as a terrorist organisation and therefore does not have direct contact with Hamas.

Mental Health

John Pugh: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what steps he is taking to promote good mental health and well-being in his Department. [114621]

Mr Bellingham: The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has a number of procedures in place to promote good mental health and wellbeing. These include a stress management framework abased on the Health and Safety Executive's management standards and access to an Employee Assistance Programme. Staff are encouraged to take their full leave entitlement, work conditioned hours and adopt flexible working practices. An e-learning package on managing stress is available and we are offering a growing number of training interventions focusing on building resilience. Our Health and Welfare, Occupational Health and Disability teams are available to offer advice to officers and their managers on:

Managing health problems in work.

Returning to health following an absence because of illness.

Avoiding work-related health problems and assisting in their management if they do occur.

Promoting healthy lifestyle choices.

Western Sahara

Mr Mark Williams: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs pursuant to the answer of 12 June 2012, Official Report, column 419W, on Western Sahara, whether UK nationals in the part

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of Western Sahara not under Moroccan control are able to cross the berm to reach the embassy in Rabat. [114760]

Alistair Burt: There are thousands of unexploded mines in Western Sahara, and occasional reports of fatal explosions. The only safe way to cross the Berm is by air.

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office travel advice is clear that British nationals should register with the British embassy in Rabat before visiting Western Sahara. The British embassy can only provide emergency consular services in Western Sahara.

Mr Mark Williams: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs pursuant to the answer of 12 June 2012, Official Report, column 419W, on Western Sahara, with which parties his Department has had discussions on matters concerning UK citizens working in the part of Western Sahara under the control of Polisario. [114766]

Alistair Burt: We are not aware of any UK citizens working in the part of Western Sahara not under Moroccan control. British nationals are advised to register with the British embassy in Rabat before travelling to Western Sahara.

Treasury

Air Passenger Duty

Nadine Dorries: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what estimate he has made of the cost to the public purse of the proposed change to levying air passenger duty on a per plane rather than per passenger basis. [114440]

Miss Chloe Smith: The Government has not made any such estimates. I refer my hon. Friend to the answer I gave on 26 June 2012, Official Report, column 244W.

Bank Services

Ms Ritchie: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what assessment he has made of the adequacy of the regulation protecting consumers from systems errors affecting online bank accounts. [114446]

Mr Hoban: It is a condition of a bank's licence that it has adequate internal control mechanisms, and effective procedures to identify, manage and report on any risks to which it might be exposed.

The application of the rules is a matter for the regulator, the Financial Services Authority. The regulator has set out specific requirements in its handbook for regulated firms relating to internal systems and controls. The handbook has statutory force.

Business: Loans

Priti Patel: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what estimate he has made of the number of (a) businesses and (b) small and medium-sized businesses in (i) Witham constituency and (ii) Essex which have received bank loans since the conclusion of the Merlin Agreement. [114629]

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Mr Hoban: Banks do not publish lending data at this level of disaggregation. However banks do provide a range of information on lending and the geographical location of such lending. As part of the British Bankers Association (BBA) Better Finance Taskforce, the BBA committed to publishing an enhanced SME lending dataset that would include a regional breakdown. The first dataset was published on 20 March 2012 and will be published on a quarterly basis. The data include value of overdraft and loan balances, number and value of approved applications for new or increased loan and overdraft facilities, value of new or increased loans drawn down and value of loan repayments. These data can be found on the BBA website:

http://www.bba.org.uk/statistics/article/banks-support-for-smes-july-to-december-2011

Company Cars: Capital Allowances

Mrs Hodgson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) what impact assessment of the UK's low and zero-emission vehicle manufacturing sector he conducted prior to the announcement in Budget 2012 that leased business cars would not be eligible for first year capital allowances; [114523]

(2) what representations he has received from (a) the low and zero-emission vehicle manufacturing sector and (b) other businesses since announcing that leased business cars would not be eligible for first year capital allowances; [114527]

(3) what consultation he conducted with (a) the low and zero-emission vehicle manufacturing sector and (b) other businesses before announcing that leased business cars would not be eligible for first year capital allowances; [114528]

(4) what savings he expects to accrue to the Exchequer from exempting low and zero-emission vehicles leased by businesses from first year capital allowances. [114529]

Miss Chloe Smith: The Chancellor of the Exchequer routinely considers the fiscal and economic implications of tax policy options as part of the annual Budget process. It is not expected that these changes will have a substantial impact on the overall UK economy or on administrative costs for business. A tax information and impact note setting out expected impacts will be published at Budget 2013 prior to the changes being legislated in Finance Bill 2013.

Treasury Ministers and officials meet with, and receive representations from, a wide range of organisations and individuals in the public and private sectors as part of the usual policymaking process. As was the case with previous Administrations, it is not the Government's practice to provide details of all such representations.

The Government do not consult on rate changes before they are announced. Expenditure on cars for leasing will from 1 April 2013 qualify for standard capital allowance rates of 18% per annum instead of a first year allowance of 100%, aligning their treatment with other leased assets.

The changes to capital allowance rates applicable to leased cars affects the timing of when the tax allowance is claimed, rather than the overall amount of allowance, and so the Exchequer impact is expected to be broadly revenue neutral. At the Budget policy costings were

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published that explain the overall cost of the package of changes and the methodology used. This document can be accessed via this link

http://cdn.hm-treasury.gov.uk/budget2012_policy_costings.pdf

Equitable Life: Compensation

Caroline Lucas: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer pursuant to the answer of 25 June 2012, Official Report, column 74W, on Equitable Life, how many updates (a) Ministers, (b) officials and (c) special advisers in his Department have received from the Equitable Life Payment Scheme in the last year. [114602]

Mr Hoban: The Treasury has received many updates in different forms and frequencies and the information could be obtained only at a disproportionate cost. However, the scheme has published a further progress report on its website:

http://equitablelifepaymentscheme.independent.gov.uk/

EU Internal Trade

Mr Cash: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what information his Department holds on current account transactions for goods and services as (a) imports and (b) exports between each EU member state and each other EU member state in each of the last 10 years. [114983]

Mr Hoban: The Treasury does not directly hold data on current account transactions for goods and services between EU member states.

The data are compiled by the IMF and published in the Direction of Trade Statistics (DOTS) database, which is available online at

http://elibrary-data.imf.org/DataExplorer.aspx

Excise Duties: Gaming Machines

Gordon Henderson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what recent representations he has received from the electronic gaming machine industry on his announcement on the rate of machine games duty. [115000]

Miss Chloe Smith: Treasury Ministers and officials meet with, and receive representations from, a wide range of organisations and individuals in the public and private sectors as part of the usual policymaking process. As was the case with previous Administrations, it is not the Government's practice to provide details of all such representations.

Gordon Henderson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he plans to lower the rate of machine games duty in the event that it generates more revenue than the revenue-neutral estimate. [115001]

Miss Chloe Smith: I refer the hon. Member to the answer given on 26 April 2012, Official Report, columns 1068-69W, to the hon. Member for Colchester (Sir Bob Russell).

The Government believe the announced rate to be revenue neutral and foresees no requirement to change

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it. However, the Government keep all taxes under review. Any future changes to tax rates would take into account a wide range of factors.

Gordon Henderson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will lower the rate of machine games duty to 18%. [115002]

Miss Chloe Smith: As announced at Budget 2012, the standard rate of machine games duty will be 20%, and the lower rate will be 5% of net takings.

Gordon Henderson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will consider postponing the implementation of machine games duty until 2014 to ensure that the rate is revenue-neutral. [115003]

Miss Chloe Smith: Subject to legislation in Finance Bill 2012, machine games duty (MGD) will be implemented on 1 February 2013.

The Government have published a technical note describing the data and methodology used to calculate the standard and lower rates of MGD. This shows how, based on a thorough analysis of all the available evidence, the rates are set in a way which is intended to achieve revenue neutrality for the Exchequer. This can be found on the following webpage:

http://www.hm-treasury.gov.uk/consult_machine_games_duty.htm

Gordon Henderson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what assessment he has made of the effect of the rate of machine games duty on jobs in the gaming machine industry in the next five years; and if he will review the rate of machine games duty. [115069]

Miss Chloe Smith: The assessment of the impact of machine games duty on individuals and businesses is available in the relevant Tax Information and Impacts Note published at Budget 2012. This document is accessible at the HMRC website:

http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/budget2012/tiin-0738.pdf

The Government keep all taxes under review.

Felixstowe Learning Trust

Dr Thérèse Coffey: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer when he expects the Treasury Solicitor to direct the registration of land formerly owned by Felixstowe Learning Trust to Suffolk county council. [112996]

Mr Gibb: I have been asked to reply on behalf of the Department for Education.

The beneficial interests in the land are unclear and the Education Funding Agency is making inquiries to establish what they are. Until then it is not possible to say how the land might be dealt with.

Fuels: Prices

Susan Elan Jones: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer when he plans to bring forward legislative proposals to implement a fuel price stabiliser. [114783]

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Miss Chloe Smith: I refer the hon. Member to the written statement I made on 21 March 2012, Official Report, column 57WS. The fair fuel stabiliser took effect from 21 March 2012.

Health Insurance

Gordon Henderson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many staff working in his Department are entitled to private health care as part of their remuneration package. [111256]

Miss Chloe Smith: HM Treasury staff do not as a matter of course have any private health care entitlements although there are some discounts offered to civil servants, including HM Treasury officials, by providers of private health insurance.

There are 26 staff employed by HM Treasury who are entitled to private health care and currently 24 have taken up the option. Staff with these health care entitlements are ex-employees of Partnerships UK (PUK) who transferred permanently into the Department on 1 August 2010. These individuals maintained their contractual PUK terms and conditions which are protected by The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations (TUPE).

Housing: Construction

John Healey: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what estimate he has made of the economic multiplier effect of (a) public and (b) private investment in house building. [115017]

Danny Alexander: House building in the UK has a predominantly domestic supply chain. That all else being equal, would tend to support a higher economic multiplier. While the economic multipliers of public and private sector house building are likely to be similar, economic impacts will vary with labour market conditions and the amount of spare capacity within the economy.

Income Tax

Jim Shannon: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many people in Strangford constituency pay tax at (a) 20%, (b) 40% and (c) 50%. [112189]

Mr Gauke: It is estimated that there were 41,000 basic rate taxpayers and 3,000 higher rate taxpayers in Strangford parliamentary constituency in 2009-10.

These estimates are based on the 2009-10 Survey of Personal Incomes data, the latest outturn survey available. Reliable estimates for later years based on the projected SPI data, are not available due to greater uncertainties in projections for small geographical areas.

Estimates of additional rate taxpayer numbers in 2010-11 from self-assessment data are not published for local areas for reasons of taxpayer confidentiality.

Leveson Inquiry

Mr Watson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will place in the Library copies of all documents, emails and text messages he submitted to the Leveson inquiry. [R] [113726]

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Miss Chloe Smith [holding answer 26 June 2012]:Copies of all documents, e-mails and text messages submitted by the Chancellor of the Exchequer to the Leveson inquiry are available on the Leveson inquiry website:

http://www.levesoninquiry.org.uk/

Mental Health

John Pugh: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what steps he is taking to promote good mental health and well-being within his Department. [114618]

Miss Chloe Smith: I refer the hon. Member to the answer given by the then Economic Secretary to the Treasury, my right hon. Friend the Member for Putney (Justine Greening), on 24 March 2011, Official Report, column 1248W.

HM Treasury is committed to the well-being and promotion of good mental health of its employees.

Information and training is provided to employees on the management of stress at work.

Other services available to Treasury staff include a staff support network, an occupational health advisor and access to a 24/7 confidential employee assistance programme. A wide range of therapies and clinics are also run on site which are available to staff to purchase. Staff surveys are used to monitor staff perceptions of workload and flexible working policies are in place to support work-life balance.

LIBOR

Steve Baker: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will make an assessment of the need for a Competition Commission inquiry into the routine procedures for setting LIBOR. [115087]

Mr Hoban: The Chancellor of the Exchequer, my right hon. Friend the Member for Tatton (Mr Osborne), announced in the House of Commons on 2 July 2012, Official Report, columns 612-14, that the Government have committed to an independent review of the regulation of LIBOR, to be headed by Martin Wheatley (CEO designate of the Financial Conduct Authority) and has proposed the establishment of a full Parliamentary Committee of Inquiry comprised of representatives from both the Commons and the Lords, and set up by a Joint Resolution of both Houses into professional standards in the financial services industry. We expect the review and inquiry will draw on relevant expertise, including competition authorities, as appropriate.

Mobile Phones

Mr Watson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what the (a) make, (b) model and (c) network provider was of each mobile telephone device he has been officially issued with in chronological order since May 2010. [113737]

Miss Chloe Smith: The mobile network provider for the Department is Vodafone.

Mr Watson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many (a) telephone calls and (b) text messages he received to mobile telephone devices officially issued to him in each month since May 2010. [113740]

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Miss Chloe Smith: The information requested is not readily available and could be provided only at disproportionate cost.

National Loan Guarantee Scheme

Mr Umunna: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many loans have been (a) offered and (b) taken up by businesses under the National Loan Guarantee Scheme since its launch. [115159]

Mr Hoban: Over 10,000 loans have been offered to businesses under the National Loan Guarantee Scheme in the first three months since its launch. The Government are in the process of appointing an auditor for the NLGS and will report in due course.

Mr Umunna: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many loans he expects to be made under the National Loan Guarantee Scheme during financial year (a) 2012-13 and (b) 2013-14; and what the total expected value is of those loans. [115161]

Mr Hoban: The Government have set aside £20 billion to provide guaranteed funding to banks over two years. It is up to banks to decide how many loans they will make under the scheme.

Overseas Trade: Commonwealth

Mr Cash: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what information his Department holds on current account transactions for goods and services as (a) imports and (b) exports between each Commonwealth member state and each other Commonwealth member state in each of the last 10 years. [114984]

Mr Hoban: The Treasury does not directly hold data on current account transactions for goods and services between commonwealth member states.

The data are compiled by the IMF and published in the Direction of Trade Statistics (DOTS) database, which is available online at

http://elibrary-data.imf.org/DataExplorer.aspx

Regional Pay

Stephen Gilbert: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what steps his Department has taken to introduce regional pay since 20 March 2012; and if he will make a statement. [111539]

Danny Alexander: I refer the right hon. Gentleman to the opposition debate on regional pay on 20 June 2012, Official Report, columns 937-86.

Public Expenditure

Mr Jim Murphy: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) whether savings made in his Department's Reserve are included in the HM Treasury departmental underspend; [115118]

(2) whether his Department's Reserve is accounted for as part of its Departmental Expenditure limits. [115119]

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Miss Chloe Smith: As part of the spending plans announced in spending reviews, the Government allocates a reserve for genuinely unforeseen contingencies that Departments cannot absorb within their departmental expenditure limits.

The reserve is not included in the Treasury departmental budget and does not contribute to Treasury departmental underspends.

Rebekah Brooks

Mr Watson: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer from how many different telephone numbers he has received text messages from Rebekah Brooks since May 2010. [R] [113732]

Miss Chloe Smith: Details of contact between the Chancellor of the Exchequer and Rebekah Brooks since May 2010 are available on the Leveson inquiry website:

http://www.levesoninquiry.org.uk/

Renewables Obligation

Susan Elan Jones: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what discussions his Department has had with the Department for Energy and Climate Change on measures to reduce the cost of subsidising biomass through the Renewables Obligation. [114781]

Miss Chloe Smith: The Treasury holds ongoing discussions with the Department of Energy and Climate Change about how to ensure its policies are cost effective and affordable, as with all spending Departments.

Telephone Services

Graeme Morrice: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer how many private sector call centre staff were used by his Department and its agencies in each of the last three financial years; and at what cost to the public purse. [114433]

Miss Chloe Smith: HM Treasury and its agencies do not use private sector call centre staff.

VAT

Gavin Shuker: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what assessment his Department has made of the effect on (a) consumer demand and (b) food manufacturers of his proposals for VAT on hot takeaway food; and if he will place in the Library a copy of any such assessment. [114557]

Mr Gauke: On 28 June 2012 HM Revenue and Customs published on its website a Summary of Responses to its consultation ‘VAT; Addressing VAT borderline anomalies’. A copy has been placed in the Library. Annex B in the document contains a revised assessment of the impacts of the proposed changes to hot take away food.

World War I: Centenary

Sir Bob Russell: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer if he will make it his policy to produce coins to commemorate the centenary of the First World War between 2014 to 2018; and if he will make a statement. [114838]

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Miss Chloe Smith: The Royal Mint Advisory Committee on the design of coins, medals, seals and decorations recommends designs and themes for coinage to the Chancellor of the Exchequer in his capacity as Master of the Mint. Formal approval of all new coin designs is granted by Her Majesty the Queen.

We expect the themes for 2014 to be announced shortly.

International Development

Developing Countries: Famine

Tristram Hunt: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development what his Department's total spend on famine relief is for the latest period for which figures are available. [114555]

Mr Andrew Mitchell: The first famine of the 21st century was declared by the United Nations in two regions of Somalia on 20 July 2011 and which later spread to four additional areas. The famine was declared over in February 2012.

Last financial year (2011-12), the UK allocated £79.6 million to humanitarian aid agencies working in Somalia, including in the famine-affected areas.

UK funding for emergency food assistance worldwide came to £106.6 million over the same period.

International Assistance

Stephen Phillips: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development what discussions he has had with his EU counterparts on increasing co-ordination between member states on international development policy. [114513]

Mr O'Brien: I have regular discussions with my European counterparts to ensure strong and clear co-ordination on development policy between member states; to keep up pressure for the EU member states to keep to their Official Development Assistance (ODA) commitments by 2015; and to encourage increased impact of EU development aid by targeting resources according to need and impact. My Department held detailed consultations with EU donors in preparing the bilateral and multilateral aid reviews. The EU played a clear role in the Busan conference on development effectiveness, including helping to improve coordination and deliver better results from all donors. My Department's country offices also work very closely with EU donors in the field, holding regular co-ordination meetings, using joint funding mechanisms and working together to improve division of labour, reduce aid fragmentation and minimise bureaucracy.

Overseas Aid

Rushanara Ali: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development how much his Department spent in each (a) programme and (b) country on wealth creation in the latest period for which figures are available; and what assessment he has made of the effectiveness of such spending. [114521]

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Mr Andrew Mitchell: In 2011-12 the Department for International Development (DFID) spent a total of £549,226,000 on wealth creation (£421,231,000 resource, £127,995,000 capital); this has been provided through national and regional programmes and through bilateral and multilateral inputs. Details (countries, amounts and beneficiaries) can be found in the 2011-12 DFID annual report, published on June 25th and available on our website:

http://www.dfid.gov.uk/News/Latest-news/2012/Annual-report-New-results-show-UK-aid-is-changing-lives/

This report also includes the numbers of beneficiaries of this funding. In addition, all DFID programmes are subject to annual reviews, details of which can also be found on DFID's website:

http://projects.dfid.gov.uk/

Regulation

Gordon Banks: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development what regulations his Department introduced between 1 February and 31 May 2012; and at what cost to the public purse. [114965]

Mr Duncan: I refer the hon. Member to the answer I gave on 20 June 2012, Official Report, column 1056W.

Research

Tristram Hunt: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development what research his Department has commissioned in each of the last five years; from which organisation each piece of research was commissioned; and what the net worth was of each such commission. [114524]

Mr O'Brien: We are unable to answer this question comprehensively without incurring disproportionate costs. We commission research in agriculture, health, education, growth, climate and the environment, governance, conflict and social development and in cross-cutting issues such as urbanisation. The amount spent on centrally commissioned research over the last five years by DFID is as follows:

 £ million

2007-08

130

2008-09

125

2009-10

177

2010-11

203

2011-12

222

The commissioning of research is largely undertaken directly by competitive tendering. However DFID also commissions research through indirect partnering with other organisations such as the UK research councils who manage a competitive process of research calls on our behalf.

The main sources of information that can give more precise details relating to this request are as follows:

ResearchforDevelopment (R4D) is an online portal containing details of research funded by DFID over the last 10 years, in over 30,000 project and document records. You can search the site in many different ways, including by project start and end date. The database

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also includes details of project spend and the organisations from which research is commissioned:

http://www.dfid.gov.uk/R4D/Default.aspx

DFID's projects database contains summaries of each project DFID funds, including research ones. You can search the database in many different ways, including by start date, and by DFID department, including Research and Evidence Division. The database includes details of project spend by financial year:

http://projects.dfid.gov.uk/

DFID Research Report 2009-10 which describes projects that DFID was funding at that time:

http://www.dfid.gov.uk/r4d/PDF/Publications/rsrch-rpt-09-10.pdf

Tristram Hunt: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development how much his Department spent on academic research in the most recent period for which figures are available. [114556]

Mr O'Brien: The most recent period for which figures are available are the last financial year (April 2011 to March 2012) in which DFID spend £222 million on centrally commissioned academic research.

Research budgets for all research except those that goes through multilateral organisations are published in Statistics for International Development. This is available on the DFID website at:

http://www.dfid.gov.uk/About-us/How-we-measure-progress/Aid-Statistics/Statistics-on-International-Development-2011/

Sahel

Miss McIntosh: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development what information his Department holds on the extent of support given by the EU to alleviate the food crisis in the Sahel; whether he has had discussions with the President of the Council of Ministers to highlight the food crisis in the Sahel; and if he will make a statement. [114795]

Mr Duncan: Officials from DFID are in regular contact with their opposite numbers in the European Commission Humanitarian Office (ECHO). ECHO has committed over £144 million to date in response to the Sahel crisis.

Denmark held the presidency of the Council of Ministers from January 2012 up to the end of last month. The Under-Secretary of State for International Development, my hon. Friend the Member for Eddisbury (Mr O'Brien), has spoken to representatives of the Danish Government about the Sahel crisis in February and May 2012. The Secretary of State for International Development, my right hon. Friend the Member for Sutton Coldfield (Mr Mitchell), has spoken to Kristalina Georgieva, European Commissioner for International Co-operation, Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Response, whose mandate includes ECHO. We have not yet spoken to the Government of Cyprus, the new President of the Council of Ministers.

The UK has been generous in its commitment to the Sahel response, but we firmly believe that a joint donor effort is needed to address the deepening crisis. UK Ministers and officials have also been calling on other donors around Europe and elsewhere to ensure that they are also contributing their fair share.

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Syria

Bill Esterson: To ask the Secretary of State for International Development what support his Department plans to provide to the charity Hand in Hands for Syria. [115022]

Mr Duncan: The UK has no current plans to provide humanitarian funding to Hand in Hand for Syria. We are already providing substantial support to international organisations and humanitarian agencies with the ability to deliver assistance at the level required to meet the significant needs in Syria and neighbouring countries. UK funds are providing nearly 24,000 families in Syria with emergency food supplies, as well as delivering life-saving medical care, shelter and clean water for tens of thousands of people.

The UN-managed Emergency Response Fund (ERF), to which the UK has contributed £2 million, will support the work of humanitarian agencies, including non-governmental organisations (NGOs), to meet needs in Syria and the region. We have therefore advised Hand in Hand for Syria to contact the UN Office for Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) to find out whether they are eligible for ERF funds.

Work and Pensions

Employment and Support Allowance

Fiona O'Donnell: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what recent estimate he has made of the number of people who will cease receiving contributory employment and support allowance as a result of the introduction of a one-year time limit in the next 12 months. [114913]

Chris Grayling: The impact assessment for time limiting of contributory employment and support allowance (ESA) for claimants in the Work Related Activity Group is available at:

http://www.dwp.gov.uk/docs/esa-time-limit-wr2011-ia-revised-apr2011.pdf

Table 1 on page 7 provides an estimate of the numbers affected by ESA time limiting.

Sheila Gilmore: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions pursuant to his answer of 26 June 2012, Official Report, column 218W, on employment and support allowance, how many full-time equivalent staff based in his Department's London headquarters at Caxton House, Tothill Street, worked on employment and support allowance policy in each of the last five years. [115078]

Chris Grayling: The information requested is not recorded by the Department.

Employment and Support Allowance: East Lothian

Fiona O'Donnell: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many employment and support allowance claimants resident in East Lothian constituency were placed in the (a) work-related activity group and (b) support group in the latest period for which figures are available. [114915]

Chris Grayling: Constituency level data are not available.

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Fiona O'Donnell: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what proportion of those previously on incapacity benefit in East Lothian constituency who have been reassessed for employment and support allowance and (a) placed into the work-related activity group and (b) found fit for work have appealed against the decision. [114916]

Chris Grayling: Constituency level data are not available.

In April 2012, the Department published information on the reassessment of incapacity benefits claimants for employment and support allowance (ESA) at a regional and local authority level for the first time. The table can be found at the following link:

http://statistics.dwp.gov.uk/asd/asd1/adhoc_analysis/2012/esa_ibr_outcomes_of_wca_geog_breakdown.xls

The table only gives figures adjusted for completed appeal outcomes. Information on initial decisions and appeal outcomes is currently not available.

Employment and Support Allowance: Scotland

Fiona O'Donnell: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what the average waiting time was for examination of claimants of employment and support allowance in (a) East Lothian constituency and (b) Scotland in the latest period for which figures are available. [114914]

Chris Grayling: Constituency level data are not available.

The statistics requested for Scotland have not previously been published as official statistics. We will consider whether to include the statistics requested in part of an upcoming statistics release in line with the code of practice on official statistics.

Work Programme

Ann McKechin: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what the average caseload is per caseworker for each of the prime Work programme contractors in (a) Scotland and (b) the UK. [115023]

Chris Grayling: Work programme providers have the freedom and flexibility to design services that work for individuals and communities. This has led to a wide range of delivery models including a wide variety of arrangements between primes and their sub-contractors, which makes it impossible to apply terms such as case load and case worker with any accuracy or consistency across the programme.

Incapacity Benefit

Priti Patel: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many recipients of incapacity benefit chose to cease claiming that benefit rather than be retested in the last year for which figures are available. [114671]

Chris Grayling: In March 2012 the Department released official statistics on the outcomes of incapacity benefits reassessment claims that had been referred for reassessment by the end of July 2011. This includes statistics on the number of incapacity benefits claims that were closed for any reason before the reassessment process was complete.

The publication can be found on the departmental website at the following link:

http://research.dwp.gov.uk/asd/workingage/index.php?page=esa_ibr

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Income Support: East Lothian

Fiona O'Donnell: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what recent estimate he has made of the number of single parents claiming income support in East Lothian constituency. [114923]

Chris Grayling: Information on the number of single parents claiming income support in East Lothian constituency is available on the Department's website at:

http://research.dwp.gov.uk/asd/index.php?page=tabtool

Guidance for users is available at:

http://research.dwp.gov.uk/asd/asd1/tabtools/guidance.pdf

Jobseeker’s Allowance: Wales

Chris Ruane: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many people aged between 18 and 24 years in Vale of Clwyd constituency had been claiming jobseeker’s allowance for 12 months or more in each of the last 15 months. [115183]

Chris Grayling: Statistics on jobseeker’s allowance by age, duration and parliamentary constituency are available from claimant count data and are published on the NOMIS website at:

https://www.nomisweb.co.uk/

Maternity Leave

Glyn Davies: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what consideration he has given to granting access to maternity leave to any mother whose child was born to a surrogate mother because of an inability to conceive herself following illness. [114014]

Norman Lamb: I have been asked to reply on behalf of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.

The Department is looking at the possibility of providing leave and pay for parents in surrogacy cases, as part of our ongoing review of the system of maternity, paternity and parental leave in line with the coalition agreement to encourage shared parenting from the earliest stages.

Members: Correspondence

Sir Gerald Kaufman: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions when he plans to answer the letter from the right hon. Member for Manchester, Gorton of 16 April 2012 with regard to Novlyn McFarquhar. [115028]

Chris Grayling: I refer the right hon. Member to my written answers of 11 June 2012, Official Report, column 268W and 18 June 2012, Official Report, column 709W.

Regional Pay

Stephen Gilbert: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what steps his Department has taken to introduce regional pay since 20 March 2012; and if he will make a statement. [111546]

Chris Grayling: DWP entered the pay freeze in 2010 and will exit it this year.

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In both the autumn statement and the April Budget Statement, the Chancellor announced that there was a case for considering how local pay could better reflect private sector labour markets.

We are currently actively engaged with Cabinet Office and other Government Departments regarding principles for reform and an agreed view of the market rate and metrics for different roles in different locations.

No decisions have yet been taken on how local market facing pay will impact on staff in DWP.

Pensioners: British Nationals Abroad

Lorely Burt: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many British nationals living in another EU member state were in receipt of a UK retirement pension, by member state, in each of the last 10 years; and if he will make a statement. [114199]

Steve Webb: The information is not available for British nationals. Statistics on the numbers of people living in each EU member state and receiving a UK retirement pension are available from 100% data and are published on the Department's website at:

http://research.dwp.gov.uk/asd/index.php?page=tabtool

Guidance for users is available at:

http://83.244.183.180/flows/flows_off/Guidance%20for%20Users.pdf

Notes:

1. To access the data, select 'Click here for Benefit Caseload National Statistics (WPLS) data'; 'State Pension'; 'Caseload (Thousands)'—'Country code for abroad cases'—'Gender of claimant'—'NONE'—select the date you require.

2. EU member states are currently Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Denmark, Ireland, United Kingdom, Greece, Portugal, Spain, Austria, Finland, Sweden, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Bulgaria and Romania. Cyprus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovak Republic and Slovenia joined in 2004. Bulgaria and Romania joined in 2007.

3. Data is currently available between May 2002 and November 2011.

Social Security Benefits: Birmingham

Shabana Mahmood: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many residents of Birmingham, Ladywood constituency were in receipt of benefits amounting to more than those allowable under the benefit cap for which provision is made in the Welfare Reform Act 2012, excluding households which are exempted, in the latest period for which figures are available. [114697]

Chris Grayling: The information is not available for Ladywood constituency.

Social Security Benefits: London

Rushanara Ali: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what estimate his Department has made of the number of families who will move home in (a) Bethnal Green and Bow constituency, (b) Tower Hamlets and (c) London following the introduction of the benefit cap on 1 April 2013. [114798]

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Chris Grayling: The information is not available.

The benefit cap will mean that people on benefit will face choices about housing costs similar to those faced by people in work. But it will not necessarily mean that they will need to move from their home. Even within the limits of this cap, households will still be able to receive significant amounts of financial assistance from state welfare payments and if a member of the household moves into work and becomes eligible for working tax credit they will be exempt from the impacts of the cap.

We know which people are likely to be affected by the cap and following the passing of the Welfare Reform Act we have a year to work with them before the cap is introduced. Jobcentre Plus will contact every potential benefit cap claimant to ensure that they are offered the opportunity to discuss employment support and to ensure they are getting the help they need, including, if appropriate, early access to the Work programme.

If further help is needed, local authorities will be able to consider making discretionary housing payments. Additional resources will be made available for this in the right areas to provide short-term, temporary relief to families who may face a variety of challenges. We will provide up to £75 million for this purpose in 2013-14 and a further £45 million in 2014-15.

Social Security Benefits: Polygamy

Richard Fuller: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what effect he expects the Welfare Reform Act 2012 will have on members of polygamous relationships claiming benefits. [114271]

Chris Grayling: In universal credit any claim made by a member of a polygamous marriage who was not a party to the earliest marriage in the polygamous marriage, will be treated as a single person claimant.

Social Security Benefits: Scotland

Mr Tom Clarke: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how much in benefits would have been paid out to people who were suspended for failing to attend a job interview in Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill constituency in each year from 2007 to 2011. [114887]

Chris Grayling: We are unable to say how much in benefits would have been paid out to people who were suspended for failing to attend a job interview unless we reviewed each individual case. We estimate to obtain this information would incur disproportionate costs.

Mr Tom Clarke: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many people had their benefit suspended for failing to attend a job interview in Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill constituency in each year from 2007 to 2011. [114888]

Chris Grayling: Information on how many people had their benefit suspended for failing to attend a job interview is not available.

Fiona O'Donnell: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many people in (a) East Lothian constituency and (b) Scotland will have their benefits reduced as a result of the introduction of the benefit cap in April 2013. [114920]

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Chris Grayling: The information is not available for East Lothian constituency.

Around 3,000 households in Scotland will have their benefit reduced to the cap level from April 2013.

The figure presented above is consistent with the impact assessment published on 23 January 2012, where the total number of affected households in Great Britain was estimated as 67,000. Following the concessions made in the House of Commons on 1 February, we estimate that the introduction of an exemption for those in receipt of the support component of employment support allowance and a grace period of 39 weeks for claimants who have been in employment for 52 weeks or more before leaving work will reduce the overall number of households affected in Great Britain to around 57,000.

This assumes that the situation of these households will go unchanged, and they will not take any steps to either work enough hours to qualify for working tax credit, renegotiate their rent in situ, or find alternative accommodation. In all cases the Department is working to support households through this transition, using existing provision through Jobcentre Plus and the Work programme to move as many into work as possible.

Telephone Services

Graeme Morrice: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions how many private sector call centre staff were used by his Department and its agencies in each of the last three financial years; and at what cost to the public purse. [114437]

Chris Grayling: We are unable to provide a figure for the number of private sector call centre staff utilised during this three year period, without incurring disproportionate cost. Contractual arrangements are in the main, made on a price per call minute rather than on the purchase of a fixed body of staff. It is also important to point out that demand fluctuates on a seasonal basis with purchased capacity differing substantially over the course of a year.

Unemployment: Young People

Chris Ruane: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what steps he is taking to help unemployed 18 to 24 year olds find work. [115182]

Chris Grayling: The Government are aware of the problems facing young jobseekers in the labour market and have put in place a substantial menu of provision to help them move into work.

Jobcentre Plus personal advisers offer a comprehensive menu of help that includes help with jobsearch and skills provision. Advisers have the flexibility to tailor support to the individual at the most appropriate point in their claim. Get Britain Working measures offer additional support, including Work Clubs, work experience, New Enterprise Allowance, Enterprise Clubs and sector based work academies.

The Work programme provides tailored support to those claimants furthest from the labour market. Young claimants are referred to a provider after nine months and those with more challenging barriers to work can be referred at three months. Providers are paid on the

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results they achieve, and are paid more for supporting the harder to help into work.

The Government recently launched a new Youth Contract, worth around £1 billion, which is designed to prevent a new generation of young people falling into the trap of long term unemployment.

The Youth Contract will provide nearly half a million new opportunities for young people—including wage incentives, incentives to take on apprentices, and extra work experience places. Extra funding is being made available to support the most vulnerable 16 and 17-year-olds not in education, employment or training into learning, an apprenticeship or job with training.

From later this month, in 20 local authority areas that have been designated 'youth unemployment hot spots', wage incentives will be available via Jobcentre Plus to encourage employers to recruit 18 to 24-year-olds that have been claiming jobseeker's allowance for six months. Further additional advisor time will also be available for young people who live in those areas.

Education

Academies

Karl McCartney: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what measures his Department is taking to

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ensure that schools located near to academies are not disadvantaged by the capital funding arrangements for the Academies Programme. [113564]

Mr Gibb [holding answer 25 June 2012]: Capital maintenance funding is calculated using pupil number data which ensures that a fair and proportionate share of funding is allocated to all local authorities for maintained and voluntary aided schools. The same methodology is used to determine the budget for the Academies Capital Maintenance Fund. This results in an equitable approach to the allocation of capital maintenance funding across the school estate.

Funding to support the provision of additional pupil places is allocated to local authorities on the basis of data which they return to the Department as part of the annual Schools Capacity Survey to determine the relative need of each area. The local authority is expected to use this capital funding in line with the locally agreed priorities to provide new places, regardless of the type of school.

Charlotte Leslie: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what proportion of secondary schools in each local authority area are academies. [114439]

Mr Gibb: The proportions of secondary schools that are open as, or in the pipeline to become academies in each local authority are as follows:

Local authorityTotal number of state-funded mainstream secondary schoolsNumber of open academiesPercentage of schools open as academiesNumber of academies in the pipeline to become as academiesPercentage of schools either open or in the pipeline to become academies

Bromley

17

16

94

1

100

Bexley

16

14

88

2

100

Swindon

11

9

82

2

100

Kingston upon Thames

10

8

80

2

100

Darlington

7

7

100

0

100

Rutland

3

3

100

0

100

Cambridgeshire

30

27

90

1

93

North East Lincolnshire

10

9

90

0

90

Westminster

10

6

60

3

90

Doncaster

17

12

71

3

88

Medway

17

14

82

1

88

Southwark

17

11

65

4

88

Richmond upon Thames

8

3

38

4

88

Gloucestershire

39

29

74

5

87

Sutton

14

11

79

1

86

Reading

7

5

71

1

86

Central Bedfordshire

33

20

61

8

85

Hillingdon

18

15

83

0

83

Bournemouth

10

7

70

1

80

Harrow

10

7

70

1

80

North Somerset

10

7

70

1

80

Thurrock

10

8

80

0

80

Leicestershire

54

20

37

23

80

Solihull

14

11

79

0

79

Wakefield

18

10

56

4

78

Barnet

22

14

64

3

77

Bath and North East Somerset

13

7

54

3

77

Nottinghamshire

45

22

49

12

76

Plymouth

16

11

69

1

75

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Southampton

12

3

25

6

75

Southend-on-Sea

12

9

75

0

75

Torbay

8

4

50

2

75

Bristol City of

21

12

57

4

74

Walsall

19

12

63

2

74

Buckinghamshire

34

24

71

1

74

Brent

15

7

47

4

73

Lincolnshire

55

30

55

10

73

Slough

11

7

64

1

73

Essex

76

51

67

4

72

Havering

18

11

61

2

72

Trafford

18

10

56

3

72

Nottingham

14

7

50

3

71

Middlesbrough

7

3

43

2

71

Hertfordshire

82

41

50

16

70

North Lincolnshire

13

7

54

2

69

Warwickshire

35

20

57

4

69

Wirral

22

10

45

5

68

Northamptonshire

40

21

53

6

68

Somerset

38

23

61

3

67

Kent

100

59

59

8

67

Herefordshire

15

8

53

2

67

Milton Keynes

12

7

58

1

67

Wiltshire

29

17

59

2

66

Sandwell

17

9

53

2

65

Calderdale

14

6

43

3

64

Hounslow

14

8

57

1

64

Stoke-on-Trent

14

6

43

3

64

Croydon

22

11

50

3

64

Peterborough

11

7

64

0

64

Hammersmith and Fulham

10

4

40

2

60

Wandsworth

10

3

30

3

60

Devon

37

19

51

3

59

Coventry

19

9

47

2

58

Derby

14

5

36

3

57

Lambeth

14

5

36

3

57

Oxfordshire

34

12

35

7

56

Sheffield

25

5

20

8

52

Cornwall

31

14

45

2

52

Cumbria

37

17

46

2

51

Worcestershire

45

17

38

6

51

Surrey

53

18

34

9

51

Suffolk

67

22

33

12

51

South Gloucestershire

16

5

31

3

50

Hackney

14

6

43

1

50

Oldham

12

6

50

0

50

Gateshead

10

5

50

0

50

West Berkshire

10

4

40

1

50

Merton

8

2

25

2

50

Isle of Wight

6

2

33

1

50

Birmingham

76

28

37

9

49

Manchester

27

12

44

1

48

Bedford

21

9

43

1

48

Norfolk

51

16

31

8

47

Luton

13

5

38

1

46

Redcar and Cleveland

11

2

18

3

45

Bradford

29

9

31

4

45

Poole

9

4

44

0

44

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Hampshire

70

23

33

8

44

Durham

34

13

38

2

44

Liverpool

30

9

30

4

43

Newcastle upon Tyne

14

6

43

0

43

Halton

7

2

29

1

43

East Sussex

26

5

19

6

42

Leeds

38

11

29

5

42

Cheshire West and Chester

19

5

26

3

42

Barnsley

12

1

3

4

42

Warrington

12

0

0

5

42

Tameside

15

5

33

1

40

East Riding of Yorkshire

18

5

28

2

39

Redbridge

18

4

22

3

39

Windsor and Maidenhead

13

2

15

3

38

Cheshire East

21

7

33

1

38

Wokingham

8

3

38

0

38

Kingston upon Hull City of

14

3

21

2

36

Kirklees

31

8

26

3

35

Sunderland

17

6

35

0

35

Wolverhampton

17

4

24

2

35

Sefton

20

7

35

0

35

Enfield

18

6

33

0

33

Salford

15

3

20

2

33

Greenwich

12

2

17

2

33

Rochdale

12

1

8

3

33

Kensington and Chelsea

6

1

17

1

33

Derbyshire

46

13

28

2

33

Rotherham

16

4

25

1

31

Ealing

13

4

31

0

31

Dudley

20

5

25

1

30

Blackburn with Darwen

10

2

20

1

30

Stockport

14

4

29

0

29

Telford and Wrekin

14

4

29

0

29

Dorset

34

6

18

3

26

Staffordshire

69

13

19

5

26

Waltham Forest

16

2

13

2

25

Haringey

12

3

25

0

25

Stockton-on-Tees

12

2

17

1

25

West Sussex

38

8

21

1

24

Northumberland

47

8

17

3

23

Lewisham

13

3

23

0

23

Lancashire

83

14

17

5

23

Brighton and Hove

9

2

22

0

22

St Helens

9

2

22

0

22

Islington

10

2

20

0

20

Portsmouth

10

1

10

1

20

York

10

2

20

0

20

Hartlepool

5

0

0

1

20

North Yorkshire

47

8

17

1

19

Newham

16

2

13

1

19

Shropshire

22

3

14

1

18

Bolton

17

3

18

0

18

Wigan

18

3

17

0

17

Bracknell Forest

6

1

17

0

17

Knowsley

7

0

0

1

14

Blackpool

8

1

13

0

13

South Tyneside

9

1

11

0

11

Camden

10

0

0

1

10

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Bury

14

0

0

1

7

North Tyneside

15

1

7

0

7

Tower Hamlets

15

1

7

0

7

Leicester

17

1

6

0

6

Barking and Dagenham

9

0

0

0

0