§ Dr. Wright
To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage if she will make it her policy to make available figures on(a) the sale of national lottery tickets by region and (b) the distribution of national lottery proceeds by region. 
§ Mr. Sproat
My Department produces a monthly report of the distribution of lottery proceeds. Included in this report are details of the awards made each month and the total since the lottery began, for each region of the United Kingdom. Copies of this report are placed in the Libraries of the House. Figures on the sale of lottery tickets by region, are an operational matter for
Body £ National Lottery Charities Board Chairman and Members Nil Chief Executive 80,000–84,999 Director of Finance 60,000–64,999 Director of UK and Corporate Planning 50,000–54,999 Director of England 50,000–54,999 Director of Scotland 45,000–49,999 Director of Personnel and Administration 40,000–44,999 Director of Communications 40,000–44,999 Millennium Commission Chairman and Members 1Nil Director 80,000–84,999 Director of Projects 65,000–69,999 Director of Finance 60,000–64,999 Director of Corporate Affairs 45,000–49,999 National Heritage Memorial Fund Chairman and Members Nil Director 2— Arts Council of England Chairman and Members Nil Secretary General 60,000–64,999 National Lottery Director 45,000–49,999 Seven other Senior Officials—Total3 £305,000 Scottish Arts Council Chairman and Members Nil Director 40,000–44,999 Arts Council of Wales Chairman and Members Nil Chief Executive 50,000–54,999 Arts Council of Northern Ireland Chairman 10,000–14,999 Vice-Chairman 0–4,999 Chief Executive 45,000–49,999
Camelot Group plc. I have therefore asked the Director General of the National Lottery, who is responsible for regulating the operation of the lottery, to write to the hon. Member, placing copies of his response in the Libraries of the House.
§ Mr. Jon Owen Jones
To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage if she will list the total lottery moneys to date collected from each of the English regions, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. 
§ Mr. Sproat
[holding answer 6 November 1995]: This is an operational matter for Camelot Group plc. I have therefore asked the Director General of the National Lottery, who is responsible for regulating the operation of the Lottery, to write to the hon. Member, placing copies of his response in the Libraries of the House.
§ Mr. Colvin
To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage how much money has been allocated under the national lottery to applicants in the New Forest district council and Test Valley district council areas. 
§ Mr. Sproat
Figures for national lottery funds broken down by district council areas are not currently available.
§ Mr. Chris Smith
To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage what are the emoluments or salaries of members and senior officials of the lottery distributary bodies. 
§ Mr. Sproat
I have set out as follows, in bands of £5,000, the salaries of all senior officials where these are £40,000 and above and all chairmen and board members.883W
Body £ Sports Council Chairman and Vice Chairmen3 50,000–54,999 Chief Executive 60,000–64,999 Acting Director 60,000–64,999 Scottish Sports Council Chairman 20,000–24,999 Vice Chairman 0–4,999 Chief Executive 50,000–54,999 Sports Council for Wales Chairman (15,000–19,999) Vice Chairman (5,000–9,999) Chief Executive 50,000–54,999 Sports Council for Northern Ireland Chairman (10,000–14,999) Vice Chairman (0–4,999) Chief Executive 40,000–44,999 Salaries in brackets are not met from National Lottery funds. With the exception of the senior officials and members of the National Lottery Charities Board and the Millennium Commission and the Arts Council of England Lottery Director, the salaries set out above are not fully charged to lottery funds. Salaries are met from grant in aid and lottery funds in proportion with the duties carried out by the officers or members concerned. Charges in respect of these salaries will therefore vary from year to year and specific details will be included in the annual accounts for each body prepared at the end of each financial year. 1 The Secretary of State for National Heritage (Chairman of the Millennium Commission) and the Deputy Prime Minister (a member of the Millennium Commission) receive salaries in respect of their duties as a Cabinet Ministers. 2 The new Director of the National Heritage Memorial Fund is due to take up the post in December 1995. The vacancy was advertised with a salary of £70,000. 3 Only a very small proportion of the salaries of these officials is charged to the Lottery.
§ Dr. Moonie
To ask the Secretary of State for National Heritage (1) if, as at 31 August, Camelot plc had reached its 12-month national lottery revenue target as projected in its tender to the Office of the National Lottery; and by how many months it is ahead of its target as at 7 November; 
(2) by what percentage Camelot plc's national lottery revenues had, for the period from commencement of the national lottery to the latest date for which information is available, exceeded those projected in its tender to Oflot. 
§ Mr. Sproat
I regret that it has not been possible to provide an answer before prorogation. I shall therefore write to the hon. Member and place a copy of the letter in the Libraries of the House.