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Angela E. Smith: The Department of the Environment has no legal grounds to either suspend or revoke the current waste management licence to store and handle asbestos waste at the transfer station at Crosshill. The site operator has planning permission and a valid waste management licence for the temporary storage of asbestos. The Department is currently investigating a complaint about non-compliant waste deposited within the curtilage of the site. A judicial review of the planning permission is ongoing.
Mr. Hanson: Statistics relating to convictions for persons who have assaulted their partner are presently not available. I anticipate however that this information will become available towards the end of next year withthe further development of the new Causeway information system.
Mr. Peter Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many cases were (a) investigated, (b) successfully concluded, (c) closed without action and (d) under investigation by the Assets Recovery Agency in Northern Ireland. 
Information on the number of cases investigated, successfully concluded, closed without action and still under investigation this year is detailed in the following table.
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|Cases under active investigation||62||40|
|Cases concluded (to recovery order)||4||2|
Mrs. Iris Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many Northern Ireland Housing Executive tenants are in receipt of (a) disability living allowance benefits, (b) incapacity benefit, (c) income support and (d) housing benefits, broken down by (i)district housing executive area and (ii) parliamentary constituency; and if he will make a statement. 
Mr. Hanson: It is not a condition of tenancy for housing executive tenants to disclose their source of income, therefore the information requested is only available for 78 percent. of tenants who are in receipt of housing benefit.
Housing benefit is available to help people on low incomes to pay their rent. Income can be from wages or benefits or a combination of both. Of the remaining 22per cent. of housing executive tenants, there will be those in receipt of benefits but this information is not available to the Northern Ireland housing executive.
|Nine District||(a)Tenants in receipt of DLA/AA(13)||(b)Tenants in receipt of incapacity benefit||(c)Tenants in receipt of IS/JSA(IB) PC(G)(14)||(d) Tenants in receipt of housing benefit|
|Belfast city hospital||12||12.00||69||57.70|
|Craigavon Area hospital||7||6.30||49||44.65|
|Lagan Valley hospital||1||1.00||2||2.00|
|Mater Infirmorum hospital||4||4.00||29||26.30|
|Daisy Hill hospital||2||1.00||21||17.17|
|Royal group of hospitals||64||60.85||299||268.65|
|Tyrone county hospital||1||1.00||10||8.30|
|Antrim Area hospital||4||n/a||50||34.42|
Dr. McCrea: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many (a) doctors and (b) nurses specialising in cardiac care there are in (i) Antrim AreaHospital, (ii) Royal Victoria Hospital, (iii) the Belfast City Hospital, (iv) Craigavon Hospital and (v)Altnagelvin Hospital. 
|Antrim Area Hospital||4||N/A||50||34.42|
|Royal Group of Hospitals||64||60.85||299||268.65|
|Belfast City Hospital||12||12.00||69||57.70|
|Craigavon Area Hospital||7||6.30||49||44.65|
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