To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he will list the EU directives relating to his Department which have been (a) amended and (b) repealed in 2002. 
There have been no EU directives amended or repealed in 2002 relating to the Northern Ireland Office.
Mrs. Iris Robinson:
To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (1) pursuant to his answer of 17 June 2002, Official Report, column 66W, how many meetings of the (a) Policing Board, (b) Policing Board committees and (c) Policing Board sub-committees each member attended (i) for the full duration and (ii) for part of the meeting; 
(2) pursuant to his answer of 17 June 2002, Official Report, column 66W, if he will list the attendance records for (a) elected and (b) non-elected members of the Police Board of Northern Ireland at Policing Board sub-committee meetings since the Board went live. 
As the Policing Board is a non-departmental public body, I would invite the hon. Member to write to the Chairman of the Policing Board seeking the information that she requires.
To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (1) what has been the (a) cost and (b) saving from the pursuit of the Department's Public Service Agreement targets in each year since they were introduced; 
(2) what the (a) cost and (b) saving has been from the Department's pursuit of Service Delivery Agreement targets in each year since they were introduced. 
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The Northern Ireland Office's Public Service Agreement (PSA) was first published in October 2000 to cover the three-year period 200102 to 200304. As the PSA targets effectively embrace virtually all of our departmental activities the cost of seeking to meet our PSA objectives is essentially the same as our total departmental expenditure. For 200102 (the first year of our PSA) this is currently estimated at #1,052 billion.
The efficiency elements within our current PSA are already reflected in the profiling of the budget set for the Department whereby anticipated reductions in spending in one area are redirected to offset emerging pressures in other areas.
Departmental Expenditure Limit
To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (1) how much and what proportion of the Departmental Expenditure Limit for 200203 had been spent by 31 May; what the figures were for 200102; and if he will make a statement; 
(2) how much and what proportion of his 200203 Departmental Expenditure Limit has been spent by 31 May; what the figures were for 200102; and if he will make statement. 
The details of the Departmental Expenditure Limit for 200102 and 200203, and the proportion of spend to 31 May is as follows:
Spend at 31 May
Spend at 31 May
This information is not yet available
To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how much and what proportion of the departmental expenditure limit for 200203 will be accounted for by staff costs; what the figures were for 200102; and if he will make a statement. 
Details of staff costs as a percentage of Departmental Expenditure Limit:
#1,056,836,000 (Resource DEL, excluding Capital)
#1,092,309,000 (Resource DEL, excluding Capital)
* (Please note that this figure is provisional only, at this stage. Final outturn figures for the 200102 financial year are not yet available.)