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Information on heads of household is not available. However, information on various electoral fraud offences from 1994 to 2003 (the most recent year for which figures are available) is set out in the following table. In addition we are aware of the following prosecutions which relate to electoral matters even though they were made under other provisions, such as forgery or conspiracy to defraud. The cases include; Hackney where two councillors were imprisoned in 2001 for three years each for registering electors falsely. In Blackburn, a Labour councillor pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud the returning officer. He was sentenced to three years and seven months on 8 April 2005. In Guildford, a former Conservative councillor was jailed for four months in April 2004 for forging ballot papers in a local election. Data on whether any of those individuals prosecuted were heads of households is not collected.
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Mr. Peter Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many football supporters in Northern Ireland are subject to football banning orderspreventing travel to football matches outside the UK. 
Mark Williams: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland (1) what (a) work his Department's Green Minister has undertaken in the last three months and (b) meetings the Green Minister has attended in thelast 12 months in his official capacity within that role; 
(2) if he will list the meetings his officials have attended concerning the delivery of sustainable development across Government as co-ordinated by the Ministerial Sub-committee of Green Ministers. 
Over the last three months the Minister has presided over the development of the emerging NI sustainable development strategy. He has attended many meetings and events where he has been pro-active in making the linkages to and promoting the principles of sustainable development.
For example, he hosted a reception for NI environmental NGO's where the issue of sustainable development was a key feature of his speech, he spoke at the Goldin Waste Fair to promote business opportunities in the recycling sector, and last month, when he was unable to attend a Consumer Council event on sustainable consumerism, he recorded a DVD to be used as an introduction to the conference.
Because of its cross-cutting nature, sustainable development is a consideration in most meetings attended by DOE officials. Officials have been engaging with key stakeholders in the business, community and voluntary sectors along with central and local government colleagues in progressing the forthcoming strategy due for launch on 13 December 2005.
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Mr. Peter Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many and what percentage of households in each region were without household insurance in the most recent year for which figures are available ranked in descending order. 
Angela E. Smith: Since the Department of the Environment's Environment and Heritage Service took on responsibility for the regulation of illegal waste activity in October 2002, approximately 53 illegal waste disposal sites containing waste from the Republic of Ireland have been detected in Northern Ireland and investigated by the Environment and Heritage Service. There was one site detected in 2002, 32 sites in 2003, 17sites in 2004 and three in 2005. There are no records for 2001.
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