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Mr. Paul Murphy: Detailed in the table is how much the Northern Ireland Office spent on some of the major taskforces and similar bodies for which we can provide the information requested in each year since 1997.
|Organised Crime Task force (NI)||110,165||196,354||244,753||178,677|
|Independent Commission on Policing for NI (Patten)||||||102,776||536,549|
|Review of Parades Commission||47,068||29,481||126,740||5,494|
|Review of Criminal Injuries Compensation in NI||||30,706||196,912||79,045|
|NI Victims Commission||12,249||633,483|||||
|Alternative to the Baton Round Steering Group|||||||||
|Review of NI Drugs Strategy||||51,944||13,646||-|
|Criminal Justice Review||||390,259||761,096||496,780|
|Organised Crime Task force (NI)||460,451||302,161||363,822||136,326|
|Independent Commission on Policing for NI (Patten)||521,044||605,611||618,160||388,619|
|Review of Parades Commission||49,111||125,896||8,482||973|
|Review of Criminal Injuries Compensation in NI||86,234||27,160|||||
|NI Victims Commission|||||||||
|Alternative to the Baton Round Steering Group||||801,873||806,367||157,342|
|Review of NI Drugs Strategy|||||||||
|Criminal Justice Review|||||||||
Mr. Tyrie: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland on how many occasions between 31 March 2002 and 31 March 2003 his special advisers travelled abroad in an official capacity; what places were visited; and how much each visit cost. 
Mr. Pearson: During the period 31 March 2002 and 31 March 2003 Northern Ireland Office special advisers travelled abroad on two occasions. One trip was to Dublin costing £203.50 and the other to the United States of America, costing a total of £4,560.80.
The expenditure referred to does not include the cost of hotel accommodation and other associated expenses as it is not possible to isolate those figures which relate solely to special advisers from other costs.
Mr. George Osborne: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he will list the property belonging to his Department that has (a) been stolen and (b) been reported lost in each year since 1997, broken down by type of article. 
Mr. Paul Murphy: There has only been one item of property belonging to the Northern Ireland Office that has been stolen since 1997. In the 200203 financial year a handheld PC, valued at £350, was stolen from the luggage hold of a plane during a flight from London to Belfast.