To ask the Secretary of State for Employment if, pursuant to his answer of 25 February, Official Report, column 452, he will give the names and addresses of the three unemployed claimants in the City of Durham under 18 years of age.
Questions on operational matters in the Employment Service executive agency are the responsibility of Mike Fogden, the agency's chief executive, to whom I have referred this question for reply.
To ask the Secretary of State for Employment if he will list the number of registered unemployed in the City of Durham constituency who have been unemployed for (a) up to three months, (b) six months, (c) one year, (d) two years and (e) more than two years respectively.
The information requested, for unemployed claimants in the City of Durham parliamentary constituency, is contained in the following table and can also be obtained from the NOMIS database system in the Library.
|Unemployed claimants in the City of Durham January 1992|
|Up to three months||1,029|
|Over three months and up to six months||702|
|Over six months and up to one year||674|
|Over one year and up to two years||541|
|Over two years||445|
|1 The figures are on the unadjusted basis.|
To ask the Secretary of State for Employment if he will list (a) the total number of the work force in the City of Durham constituency, (b) those in full-time employment and (c) those in part-time employment.
Figures for the total work force are not available by constituency. The latest available information about employment in parliamentary constituencies is from the September 1989 census of employment and relates to employees in employment only. The figures for the City of Durham are as follows:
Employees in employment: September 1989