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David Simpson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what the difference was in the original and final estimates for the size of the IRA arsenal in relation to (a) handguns, (b) rifles, (c) heavy machine guns, (d) ammunition, (e) missiles systems, (f) semtex, (g) explosives, (h) timing devices and (i) detonator switches. 
Mr. Woodward: On 26 September 2005 the IICD determined that the IRA had met its commitment to put all its arms beyond use in a manner called for by the legislation". The IMC report published on 19 October 2005 said that the initial signs are encouraging.
Mr. Laws: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many IT projects have been developed for his Department since 2001; and whether he has agreed to make public Gateway reviews for these projects (a) in full and (b) in part. 
|Projects developed since 2001||2|
|OGC Gateway Reviews made public||0|
|FOI requests for full or partial disclosure of Gateway Reviews||0|
Mr. Woodward: The police operation on 4 December in Jonesborough involved officers from Organised Crime Branch, Newry and Mourne District Command and the Operational Unit as well as representatives from the film industry anti piracy body, Federation Against Copyright Theft. The total financial cost of the operation is not available.
In addition to the time spent in Northern Ireland, I undertake NIO business in Parliament and in the Northern Ireland Office at 11 Millbank, as a member of the Cabinet I have additional duties including attending Cabinet meetings on Thursday mornings.
The Government are currently considering what arrangements may need to be put in place to ensure the continuing effectiveness of the criminal justice system when Part VII of the Terrorism Act 2000 ceases to have effect. During the Report stage in the House of Commons of the Terrorism (Northern
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Ireland) Bill I indicated that we should have detailed proposals worked up next summer and that these will be subject to pre-legislative scrutiny.
Lady Hermon: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what estimate he has made of the number of people who will be affected by the terms of the Northern Ireland (Offences) Bill; and how many he expects to be (a) republicans, (b) loyalists, (c) police personnel, (d) army personnel and (e) other security service personnel. 
|Current vacancies||Long-term vacancies|
|Qualified nursing staff||642||593.86||283||274.56|
|Unqualified nursing staff||124||102.26||25||22.60|
David Simpson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many people in Northern Ireland aged (a) under 20, (b) 20 to 30, (c) 30 to 40, (d) 40 to 50 and (e) over 50 are estimated to be clinically obese. 
|Age group||Percentage of population who are obese|
Mr. Woodward: I understand the high level of public interest in this issue at present. Acquiring the information from records held in 29 District Command Units within the set timeframe will take some time. I am, however, willing to write to the Chief Constable, PSNI, requesting this information and to ensure that a copy of the reply is forwarded to you once the research has been completed.
|April 2000 to March 2001||3,440|
|April 2001 to March 2002||3,301|
|April 2002 to March 2003||3,280|
|April 2003 to March 2004||3,125|
|April 2004 to March 2005||3,470|
|March 2005 to end 2005||3,123|
|Total parades notified in the last five years||19,739|
The Parades Commission do not have records on parades that proceeded without notification. To accurately answer part (b) of your question will require manually accessing the information from records held in 29 PSNI District Command Units and will not be possible within the set timeframe. However, as with your previous question, I am willing to write to the Chief Constable requesting this information and to ensure that a copy of the reply is forwarded to you once the research has been completed.
Mr. Woodward: This information is already in the public domain and is available in the Parades Commission's reports which are laid annually before Parliament, or via the Parades Commission's websitehttp://www.paradescommission.org/.
Mr. Woodward: This information is already in the public domain and is available in the Parades Commission's reports which are laid before Parliament annually or via the Parades Commission's websitehttp: //www.paradescommission.org/.
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