To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport what guidelines he gives to the862W
Tickets sales by social class as shown in the following table, also provided by Camelot.
percentage Social class Saturday game Wednesday game AB 21 20 C1 25 25 C2 26 27 DE 28 28
No breakdown is available for instants sales.
§ Mr. Welsh
To ask the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport if he will provide an estimate of moneys he anticipates will be received by each of the good causes up until the end of the current lottery contract; how much has been received by each good cause to date; and if he will make a statement. 
§ Kate Hoey
[holding answer 26 October 1999]: By 30 September 1999 the total income (including interest) to the Good Causes from the National Lottery was as follows:
£ billion Good cause Lottery income received (including interest) Charities 1.48 Heritage 1.50 Arts 1.44 Sports 1.48 Millennium Commission 1.66 New Opportunities Fund 0.63 Total 8.19
The forecast income for the Good Causes to the end of the current Licence has been estimated using three different scenarios:
Television Licensing Authority regarding the purchasing of licences part-way through a calendar month; and if he will make a statement. 
§ Janet Anderson
[holding answer 26 October 1999]: My right hon. Friend the Secretary of State has issued no such guidelines. Since 1991, the BBC has had statutory responsibility for the administration of the television licensing system and Television Licensing carries out the day to day administration as agent for the Corporation. However, I understand that the practice of issuing new licences to expire 12 months from the end of the month preceding that in which they are issued follows previous Home Office practice.