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Civil Service

Volume 410: debated on Friday 19 September 2003

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To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many jobs under the remit of his Department in (a) the core Department, (b) non-departmental public bodies, (c) executive agencies and (d) independent statutory bodies, organisations and bodies financially sponsored by his Department and other such organisations, are located in (i) Scotland, (ii) England, excluding Greater London, (iii) Greater London, (iv) Wales, (v) Northern Ireland and (vi) overseas, broken down by (A) whole-time equivalent jobs and (B) the percentage per individual Department, body or organisation; and with respect to core Department jobs, if he will provide a breakdown of the number of jobs in terms of responsibilities which apply to (a) England only, (b) England and Wales and (c) the United Kingdom as a whole. [127311]

The figures received in respect of the bodies under (b) and (d) are in the table which has been placed in the Library. Table D of the annual publication "Civil Service Statistics" contains the information requested in (a) and (c). The latest edition was based on April 2002 data and was published on 24 July 2003; alternatively, this information is available at the following address on the Cabinet Office website: