To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) how many (a) consultants, (b) staff grade nurses, (c) play therapists and (d) outreach nurses work in children"s cancer services in each regional cancer centre; (2) how many
(a) consultants, (b) play therapists, (c) staff grade nurses and (d) outreach domiciliary nurses for children"s cancer services are based at (i) Royal Victoria Infirmary Newcastle, (ii) Royal Manchester Children"s Hospital, (iii) Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Birmingham, (iv) Wythenshawe Hospital Manchester, (v) Bristol Children"s Hospital, (vi) Cookridge Hospital Leeds, (vii) St James University Hospital Leeds, (viii) John Radcliffe Hospital Oxford, (ix) Manchester City Hospital and (x) Leicestershire and Rutland Health Care Trust. 
Data on the numbers of consultants, staff grade nurses, play therapists and outreach domiciliary nurses are not collected centrally at a sub-speciality level such as children"s cancer.
To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) how many (a) children"s cancer play therapists, (b) outreach staff grade paediatric cancer nurses and (c) paediatric cancer consultants are (i) fully funded by the NHS and (ii) part-funded by the NHS in partnership with a voluntary organisation; (2) what percentage of funding for posts dedicated to children"s cancer services is provided by
(a) the NHS and (b) charities and the voluntary sector; 
(3) how many charities and voluntary sector organisations (a) fully and (b) partly fund (i) a consultant, (ii) a staff grade nurse, (iii) a play therapist and (iv) an outreach domiciliary nurse for children"s cancer services in the last year for which figures are available; and if he will list those organisations; 
(4) which (a) charities and (b) voluntary sector organisations providing posts in children"s cancer services receive (i) part funding and (ii) full funding from the NHS; and how much funding they receive. 
The Department does not collect details of funding and staff posts for children"s cancer services in the national health service provided by the voluntary and community sector, nor details of posts funded by the NHS.
To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will make a statement on the partnership between the voluntary sector and the NHS in children"s cancer services. 
The Department and the national health service have a long and established history of working with the voluntary and community sector on the development of health and social care policy and service delivery. We will continue to develop and strengthen these partnership arrangements to help ensure healthcare service provision is in line with the health needs of the population including the particular needs of children with cancer.
To ask the Secretary of State for Health what the total funding by the NHS for children"s cancer services was in each of the last five years. 
Resources for cancer services over the last five years have been included in baseline allocations, the last three of which have been hypothecated. Because of the number of diagnostic and treatment episodes patients undergo during their illness it is not possible to identify how much of this funding was spent on a particular type of cancer.