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Official waiting list statistics derived from aggregate data returns are collected at health board and HSS trust level. Information relating to individual patients post code of residence is not identifiable within these data. It is therefore not possible to identify how many patients within each health board and HSS trust return reside within the North Down parliamentary constituency.
Additionally, official waiting list data are collected at specialty level only. The specialty recorded relates to the specialty of the consultant that is treating the patient. Fox example, a patient waiting for a lung operation could be recorded under either the thoracic medicine or general medicine specialties depending on the consultant who is treating them. This situation is equally applicable to the other types of operations listed in the question. Therefore, it is not possible to provide information for particular types of operation from official waiting list returns.
The Housing Affordability Review, which is headed by Sir John Semple, will look at barriers affecting those seeking affordable housing in both owner occupied, social and private rented sectors. It will examine existing policies and engage with all the
relevant players, including Government Departments, property developers, the financial services sector, housing experts, the voluntary and community sector and elected representatives. A progress report will be completed in December and the final recommendations will be presented to Government next spring.
Mrs. Iris Robinson:
To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how much funding the Northern Ireland Housing Executive has allocated to each
constituency in each of the last five years; and what the estimates are for each of the next three years in each case. 
Mr. Hanson: The information is not available in the form requested. The Northern Ireland Housing Executive allocates funding on a district council area basis rather than by constituency. Estimates for future expenditure are available for one year only. The following table details expenditure from 2001-02 to 2005-06 and projected expenditure for 2006-07.
|Allocation of NIHE expenditure over district council areas|
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Mr. Hanson: Last year the Northern Ireland Office undertook a public consultation on the Review of the Sentencing Framework in Northern Ireland. Consultees were asked to consider a range of sentencing disposals, including indeterminate and extended public protection sentences. I will shortly be examining policy options considered in the review and the responses to the consultation. Protection of the public will be a central consideration.
David Simpson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland when he expects a resolution to the complaint made by Laura Cordner regarding non-payment of superannuation entitlements by a health trust. 
Lady Hermon: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many liquor licence applications in each parliamentary constituency in Northern Ireland were refused in each of the last five years. 
Court data in respect of liquor licences in Northern Ireland is recorded by county court division. The
following table shows the number of liquor licences refused in the years 2001 to 2005 for each of the county court divisions:
|County court division||2001||2002||2003||2004||2005|
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