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David Simpson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland on what date the Provisional IRA committed its last crime as a organisation. 
Mr. Woodward: The eighth IMC report which was published on 1 February 2006 stated:
There are indications that in some areas PIRA units have been closing down criminal operations and clearing stocks of contraband goods, and we have reports of. PIRA sanctioned
Mr. Peter Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland what estimate he has made of the number of passengers who will be using public transport in Northern Ireland in 2010. 
Mr. Woodward: The current projected estimate of public transport passenger numbers for 2010 is £77 million. This compares to the actual total of £72.5 million for 200405.
Mr. Hancock: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many punishment (a) beatings and (b) shootings have been attributed to (i) loyalist and (ii) republican groups in each of the last four years. 
Mr. Woodward: This information is in the public domain and is easily accessible via the extensive statistics section of the PSNI website.
Mark Durkan: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many incidents recorded as racial crimes by the Police Service of Northern Ireland have led to (a) prosecutions and (b) convictions in each of the last five years. 
Mr. Woodward: The following table outlines the number of racially motivated crimes cleared by the police in 200405 (the first financial year for which data are available) and for the current financial year up until 31 January 2006. A breakdown by clearance type is provided which includes the number of crimes cleared by way of a charge or summons.
Crime clearance method
1 April 2004 to 31 March 2005
|1 April 2005 to 31 January 2006(103)|
|No further police action(102)||31||41|
|Total crimes cleared||101||114|
It is not possible to provide figures for convictions in respect of racially motivated crimes. This information is not held centrally and could be provided only at disproportionate cost.
Mr. Peter Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he will make a statement on the level of specialist services available to the victims of rape. 
Mr. Woodward: The four health and social services boards in Northern Ireland, through the local health trusts provide a range of medical and mental health services for victims of rape. These services include counselling, medical services provided in accident and emergency units and specialist services in the Genito-Urinary Unit. In addition, further counselling and support services are provided by the boards through funding to voluntary sector organisations like the NEXUS Institute.
Within the criminal justice system, the PSNI provides specialist care units to give support to victims of rape and the Northern Ireland court service may provide a range of special measures to assist and support vulnerable victims giving their evidence during court hearings.
Mr. Peter Robinson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many people in Northern Ireland have been (a) fined and (b) prosecuted for the misuse of red diesel in motor vehicles, excluding agricultural vehicles, in (i) 2004 and (ii) 2005, broken down by constituency. 
John Healey: I have been asked to reply.
HMRC records do not identify specific types of oils fraud nor whether they were in agricultural or non-agricultural vehicles. Details of the location of detections are not recorded by the constituency in which illegal activity was detected.
The number of prosecutions in the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland resulting from all forms of illegal fuel activity, not just retail sites, are set out as follows:
The number of civil penalties resulting from all forms of illegal fuel activity, not just retail sites, are set out as follows:
Mr. Dodds: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many (a) maintained, (b) controlled, (c) Irish medium and (d) integrated schools have been opened in Northern Ireland in each of the last 10 years. 
Angela E. Smith: Within the last 10 years, 26 new schools have opened:
This does not include new schools that have opened as a result of approved amalgamations during this period.
Mr. Dodds: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland if he will list the (a) Irish medium schools and (b) integrated schools in receipt of Government funding in Northern Ireland. 
Angela E. Smith: The following lists provide details of Irish medium, controlled integrated and grant-maintained integrated schools which are in receipt of funding from the Department of Education for Northern Ireland.
Grant-maintained integrated schools
Mr. Dodds: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how much has been allocated to (a) Intobhas na Gaelscola-" ochta and (b) Comhairle na Gaelscola-" ochta in each year since their formation; how much of the funding for Comhairle na Gaelscola-" ochta was allocated for core running costs; who the members of its board are; and how many staff are employed. 
Angela E. Smith: (a) Funding provided to Iontaobhas na Gaelscola-" ochta since its establishment is as follows:
(b) Funding provided to the Comhairle na Gaelscola-" ochta since its establishment is as follows:
|GrantCore running costs||Non-core funding||Total allocation|
The membership of the Board of the Comhairle na Gaelscola-" ochta is as follows:
There are currently eight vacancies.
The Comhairle na Gaelscola-" ochta has 15 staff.
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