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Class 3 infringements are the more serious cases, where training/retraining, variation, suspension or revocation of licences/certificates or referral to the police for possible prosecution are considered.
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(1) Home Office Records
(2) Statistics of Scientific Procedures on Living Animals GB
(3) Animal Procedures Committee Annual Report 1998
(4) Animal Procedures Committee Annual Report 1997
Mr. Stewart Jackson: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many arrests were made per full-time police officer in the Cambridgeshire Constabulary in the last 12 months for which figures are available; and if she will make a statement. 
Mr. McNulty: The requested information on arrests rates is not available from the information collected centrally, as the information on arrests collected by the Ministry of Justice is limited to just those arrests made for notifiable offences (that is offences covered by police recorded crime).
Pete Wishart: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many (a) Iraqi and (b) Afghan nationals were granted asylum in (i) the last 12 months for which figures are available and (ii) each of the previous six years. 
Mr. Byrne: Information on initial decisions and appeals for nationals of Iraq and Afghanistan for October 2006 to September 2007 and each of the previous last six years are shown in the following tables. This is the latest data for which information has been published.
Information on asylum applications, initial decisions and appeals by nationality are published quarterly and annually. Copies of these publications are available from the Library of the House and from the Home Office Research, Development and Statistics website at:
|Initial decisions on applications( 1, 2 ) received in the United Kingdom, excluding dependants, 2001 to September 2007, nationals of Iraq and Afghanistan|
|Total decisions||Grants of asylum||Grants of ELR( 3)||Grants of HP( 3)||Grants of DL( 3)||Total refusals|
|n/a = Not applicable.|
(1) Figures rounded to nearest 5 ( = 0, * = 1 or 2).
(2) Information is for initial decisions, excluding the outcome of appeals or other subsequent decisions.
(3) Humanitarian protection and discretionary leave replaced exceptional leave to remain from 1 April 2003.
(4) Provisional figures.
|Asylum appeals determined by the Immigration Appellate Authority/Asylum and Immigration Tribunal( 1, 2) , excluding dependants, 2001 to September 2007, nationals of Iraq and Afghanistan|
|Appeals determined( 3)|
|Allowed( 3)||Dismissed( 3)||Withdrawn( 3, 4)|
|Total determined( 3)||Total||As percentage of determined||Total||As percentage of determined||Total||As percentage of determined|
|(1) Figures rounded to nearest 5, except percentages ( = 0, * = 1 or 2). Figures may not sum to the totals shown because of independent rounding.|
(2) The AIT was formed on 4 April 2005 and replaced the IAA. Data for 2005 exclude IAA cases for 1 April 2005. All determinations are cases dealt with by adjudicator/immigration judges. Determinations do not necessarily relate to appeals received within the same period.
(3) Before 2005: based on data supplied from the presenting officers unit within the Home Office. 2005 and 2006: data derived from Border and Immigration Agency electronic sources. Data for 2007 derived from AIT electronic sources.
(4) Figures include cases withdrawn by the Home Office, as well as those withdrawn by the appellant.
(5) Provisional figures.
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