Cost of MPs to the House of Commons and percentage of time spent on devolved issues (2012)

Request

1) The total yearly cost of every Scottish MP including expenses for the last 10 years.

2) the total yearly cost of every Welsh MP including expenses for the last 10 years.

3) the total yearly cost of every Northern Irish MP including expenses for the last 10 years.

4) The percentage of Parliamentary time over the last five years that was spent on;

a) Policies which would only effect England (issues which are devolved to the three nations of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland)

b) Policies which would effect all of the United Kingdom (non devolved policies)

Response

In respect of questions one to three the Parliamentary information you require is not held.
On 7th May 2010 responsibility for Members pay and allowances transferred to the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA). 
Information on payments made prior to that date can be found on the Parliament website .

Further information is also available on additional costs directly incurred on behalf of Members .

Information on stationery usage managed by the House of Commons.

Other expenditure on items such as ICT equipment is managed as corporate expenditure rather than by individual Member.  These are also pension rights accrued by Members over their parliamentary careers.  Further information on such items can be found in the annual accounts

In respect of question four, the House of Commons does not hold the information you require.
The sessional diaries hold some information on business in the Chamber and in Westminster Hall, from 2007 to 2012:

The Sessional Diary gives a breakdown of the business in the Chamber and in Westminster Hall on each day of the Session, and also contains an analysis table that shows time spent on each type of business. It does not make any judgement about the territorial extent of the business being considered, nor have we otherwise made such an analysis.
It is worth noting that times in the Sessional Diary are sometimes approximated on the basis that a column of Hansard text is equivalent to 3 minutes. It cannot therefore be considered 100% accurate in every instance. Furthermore, the diary does not give details of time spent on business in General Committees (although this information is available via Hansard), nor in Select Committees (this information is not usually recorded). It cannot therefore be said to record all “Parliamentary time” spent on a particular matter.

Information about the territorial extent of legislation before the House can be found in the extent clause of individual bills or pieces of delegated legislation, which are publically available on the internet.