§ Mr. Redmond
To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will list, for each NHS trust in the Trent region, those(a) chairmen and (b) non-executive directors who currently reside outside the boundaries of the district health authority in which that trust is situated. 
§ Mr. Malone
For the latest information I refer the hon. Member to the replies I gave to the hon. Member for Sherwood (Mr. Tipping) and the hon. Member for Sheffield, Brightside (Mr. Blunkett) on 2 November 1994,Official Report, columns 1231–32. This information is not routinely collected. In order to provide the answers given on 2 November 1994, a special exercise was conduced. To update this information would mean repeating that exercise and incurring a disproportionate cost of approximately £7,000.
§ Mr. Redmond
To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) if he will make it his policy to collate centrally the names of NHS trust chief executives who resign, or whose contracts are terminated together with the name of the trust involved and the amounts paid for loss of office; and if he will make a statement; 
(2) if he will make it his policy to hold centrally records on how many employees of NHS trusts have been (a) dismissed, (b) made redundant, (c) given early retirement and (d) had their contracts revoked with compensation in
Hospital medical staff by grade for cancer specialties in England at 30 September each year Numbers 1989 1990 1991 Medical oncology Clinical oncology Palliative medicine Medical oncology Clinical oncology Palliative medicine Medical oncology Clinical oncology Palliative medicine All staff 100 520 30 100 530 40 120 550 50 Consultant 30 210 10 40 210 20 50 220 20 Staff grade1 — — — — 0 — — 10 — Associate specialist — 10 — — 10 — 0 10 —
excess of (i) the NHS redundancy provision, (ii) £100,000 gross and (iii) £250,000 gross; and if he will make a statement.