2014 10 – It’s a Fact

It’s A Fact

 

The number of pedal cyclists killed in Great Britain who were male, female or a child (aged 0 to 15) in the years 2004 to 2013 is:

Male,

Year 2004—107;

Year 2005—131;

Year 2006—122;

Year 2007—112;

Year 2008—97;

Year 2009—83;

Year 2010—85;

Year 2011—85;

Year 2012—109;

Year 2013—90.

Female,

Year 2004—27;

Year 2005—17;

Year 2006—24;

Year 2007—24;

Year 2008—18;

Year 2009—21;

Year 2010—26;

Year 2011—22;

Year 2012—9;

Year 2013—19.

Child 0-15,

Year 2004—25;

Year 2005—20;

Year 2006—31;

Year 2007—13;

Year 2008—12;

Year 2009—14;

Year 2010—7;

Year 2011—6;

Year 2012—13;

Year 2013—6.

Parliamentary Written Answer 8/9/14.

 

The number of pedestrians killed who were male, female, child 0-15 or aged over 65 in the years 2004 to 2013 is:

Male,

Year 2004—450;

Year 2005—421;

Year 2006—452;

Year 2007—422;

Year 2008—362;

Year 2009—324;

Year 2010—275;

Year 2011—308;

Year 2012—290;

Year 2013—270.

Female,

Year 2004—221;

Year 2005—250;

Year 2006—223;

Year 2007—224;

Year 2008—210;

Year 2009—176;

Year 2010—130;

Year 2011—145;

Year 2012—130;

Year 2013—128.

Child 0-15,

Year 2004—77;

Year 2005—63;

Year 2006—71;

Year 2007—57;

Year 2008—57;

Year 2009—37;

Year 2010—26;

Year 2011—33;

Year 2012—20;

Year 2013—26.

Aged over 65,

Year 2004—221;

Year 2005—234;

Year 2006—240;

Year 2007—251;

Year 2008—211;

Year 2009—176;

Year 2010—130;

Year 2011—151;

Year 2012—161;

Year 2013—131.

PWA 9/9/14.

 

The number of civilian and military staff based in the UK and in Saudi Arabia working on both the Saudi Arabian National Guard Communications (SANGCOM) project and the Ministry of Defence (MOD) Saudi Armed Forces Projects (MODSAP) on 1 April 2014 was:

UK-based civilian staff on SANGCOM project–1 (one);

on MODSAP—69 (sixty nine).

UK-based military staff on SANGCOM project—0 (zero);

0n MODSAP—42 (forty two).

Saudi Arabia-based civilian staff on SANGCOM project—28 (twenty eight);

on MODSAP—32 (thirty two).

Saudi Arabia-based military staff on SANGCOM project—20 (twenty);

on MODSAP—50 (fifty).

The function of the SANGCOM Project is to support the UK’s commitment to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by acquiring and supporting modem communications capabilities for the Saudi Arabian National Guard. The function of the Ministry of Defence Saudi Armed Forces Project is to support the UK’s commitment to the defence of Saudi Arabia through the supply of modern military aircraft, naval vessels, weapons and associated support services to the Saudi armed forces.

PWA 9/9/14.

 

In non-European arrest warrant cases, the following EU member states have an absolute bar on extraditing their own nationals: Austria; Belgium; Czech Republic; France; Germany; Greece; Latvia; Luxembourg; Slovakia; Slovenia; Spain. In addition, Finland and Sweden have an absolute bar to extraditing their own nationals to countries other than Norway and Iceland.

PWA 9/9/14.

 

The number of UK regular forces at 1 July 2014 was:

Total number—157,490.

Of which,

Army—89,480.

Royal Navy/Royal Marines—33,080.

RAF—34,940.

UK-born of total—149,590.

Of which,

Army—82,460.

Royal Navy/Royal Marines—32,360.

RAF—34,770.

Non-UK of total—7,840.

Of which,

Army—7,000.

Royal Navy/Royal Marines—720.

RAF—120.

PWA 10/9/14.

 

The number of penalties issued and penalties amount (£) for non-payment of National Minimum Wage from 2009/10 to 2013/14 was:

Year 2009/10—381 (£111,183);

Year 2010/11—934 (£520,568);

Year 2011/12—906 (£766,807);

Year 2012/13—708 (£776,517);

Year 2013/14—652 (£815,269).

PWA 12/9/14.

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