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Monitor Consultancy

Volume 300: debated on Monday 10 November 1997

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To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will list (a) the nature and value of contracts

Passengers in excess of capacity: London terminals
1995 AM1996 AMChange1995 PM1996 PMChange1995 total1996 totalChange
Chiltern (per cent.)5·50·2-5·30·00·00·03·00·1-2·9
Connex South Central
South London (Inner) (per cent.)2·23·21·02·21·2-1·02·22·30·1
Sussex Coast (Outer) (per cent.)2·25·83·62·52·2-0·32·34·11·8
Total (per cent.)2·24·01·82·31·6-0·72·22·90·7
Connex South Eastern
Kent Link (Inner) (per cent.)2·22·20·00·10·30·21·21·30·1
Kent Coast (Outer) (per cent.)3·82·9-0·90·72·51·82·22·70·5
Total (per cent.)2·52·3-0·20·30·90·61·51·70·2
Great Eastern
Inner (per cent.)5·25·60·41·01·90·93·23·80·6
Outer (per cent.)2·52·80·32·01·5-0·52·22·20·0
Total (per cent.)3·74·10·41·61·70·12·72·90·2

his Department has entered into and (b) discussions ministers or officials have held with the Monitor Consultancy since 1990. [14951]

[holding answer 7 November 1997]: The Department has no record of placing any contracts with Monitor Consultancy in the period 1 April 1992 to the present time. Information about the period 1 April 1990 to 31 March 1992 is not readily available and can be provided only at disproportionate cost.