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Mr. Lidington: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland when the Department for Education plans to publish the conclusions of the evaluation by the Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment of its trials of pupil profiling. 
Angela E. Smith: The Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA) will publish annually, in or around October, reports on the trials of the Pupil Profile on an on-going basis. It has placed the reports of the 200405 trials and feasibility studies on its website.
Mr. Gregory Campbell: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many people have been promoted to the Child Support Agency Management Board in Northern Ireland in each of the last three years; and what their religious background was. 
Mr. Hanson: It is not possible to give details of the community background of staff promoted to the Child Support Agency Management Board in Northern Ireland as it is an offence under the Fair Employment and Treatment (NI) Order 1998 (subject to certain specified exceptions) to disclose information on the community background of an individual which has been obtained or used for the purposes of monitoring.
Mrs. Iris Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what the change in the number of clinical academics teaching medical students in the Province has been in the last 10 years. 
Available figures show that there were 59 clinical academics in 2002 and the there are currently 64. The numbers are likely to increase to 68 by the end of the current academic year with the planned expansion of themedical school.
Dr. McCrea: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many young people of school age were found guilty of committing a crime in each parliamentary constituency in Northern Ireland in each of the last five years. 
Mr. Hanson: Conviction data is not readily available broken down by Northern Ireland constituency. The statistics included in the following table are for offenders aged 10 to 18-years, and are based on the police district command unit in which an offender's address falls.
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Mr. Peter Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State forNorthern Ireland how much his Department spent on information literature, advertising and campaign material in each financial year since 2001. 
Mr. Woodward: All new recruits to the general grades in the Northern Ireland Office must satisfy a minimum academic standard. Other new recruits have to meet different requirements or standards relevant to the specialism of the specific post/grade.
To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (1) what measures he has put in place to ensure that his Department meets the targets set by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs to ensure that all copying paper bought by the Department is 100 per cent. recycled with a minimum of 75 per cent. post consumer waste content; and by what date this target is expected to be achieved; 
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(2) what percentage of (a) copying paper and (b) paper for printed publications used by the Department in (i) 200304 and (ii) 200405 was from recycled sources; and how much post consumer waste this paper contained; 
(3) what measures he has put in place to ensure that his Department meets the targets set by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs to ensure thatall paper for printed publications bought by the Department is 60 per cent. recycled of which a minimum of 75 per cent. post consumer waste content; and by what date this target is expected to be achieved. 
Mr. Hain: For internal printing and copying the Department uses a standard paper manufactured from 100 per cent. recycled paper with a minimum 75 per cent. post consumer waste. Instructions will be issued shortly on the quality of paper to be used in printed publication sourced outside the Department. Figures for the use of paper and its manufacturer content in 200304 and 200405 are not held and could be provided only at disproportionate cost.
Mark Williams: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he will list the Department's main suppliers of (a) copier paper, (b) stationery, (c) envelopes and (d) paper for reports, stating in each case (i) the name of each paper used and (ii) the (A)recycled and (B) post-consumer recycled content of each paper. 
Mr. Hain: The Department acquires its copier paper, stationery, envelopes and paper for reports from call off contracts established by the central procurement directorate, DFP. The five main contractors are Banner Business Supplies, Office Depot, Antalis, McNaughton and Supplies Team. The copier paper is 80g/m 2 Evolve manufactured from 100 percent. recycled paper with a minimum 75 percent. post consumer waste. Envelopes are normally 80 percent. to 100 percent. recycled with at least 60 percent. to 85 percent. being post consumer waste.
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