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|Table 2: Number of deaths where suicide was the underlying cause of death1'2, Wales, by age group, 2000 - 06( 3)|
|(1) Suicide was defined using the International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision (ICD-9) codes E950-E959 and E980-E989, excluding E988.8 for the year 2000, and the International Classification of Diseases, Tenth Revision (ICD-10) codes X60-X84 and Y10-Y34, excluding Y33.9 (where the Coroner's verdict was pending) for the years 2001 to 2006.|
(2) Suicide and undetermined intent deaths have not been included for children under the age of 15 years.
(3) Figures are for deaths registered in each calendar year
Norman Baker: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer what recent assessment he has made of the factors taken into account by local authorities in deciding whether or not to introduce road-pricing schemes; and if he will make a statement. 
The Transport Innovation Fund (TIF) will support packages of local measures that tackle congestion problems by combining demand management, including road pricing, with better public transport. These packages will be locally designed solutions to local congestion problems. The factors we expect local authorities to take into account are available in TIF: Guidance on Business Case Requirements for Programme Entry available at:
Robert Neill: To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether representatives of the Valuation Office Agency will attend the 2008 GIS/CAMA Technologies Conference in New Orleans in February 2008. 
Mr. Stephen O'Brien: To ask the Secretary of State for Wales how many Wikipedia entries have been (a) created and (b) amended (i) by (A) special advisers, (B) Ministers and (C) communications officials and (ii) from IP addresses of (X) special advisers, (Y) Ministers and (Z) communications officials in (aa) his Department and (bb) its agencies since August 2005. 
Mrs. Gillan: To ask the Secretary of State for Wales what consultations he has had with the Secretary of State for Justice on the implementation of the new structures for prison and probation services in Wales. 
Mr. Paul Murphy: My predecessor had regular discussions with the First Minister and Ministry of Justice colleagues on matters affecting Wales, including prison and probation services. I intend to continue this.
Ms Gisela Stuart: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions if he will estimate how many (a) UK and (b) non-UK residents would be eligible to purchase an additional (i) six and (ii) nine years national insurance contributions assuming 6 per cent. and 15 per cent. take-up rates if purchasing those additional years were available only to those who already had (A) 10 years or more, (B) 15 years and (C) 20 years or more national insurance contributions in (1) 2010, (2) 2020, (3) 2030, (4) 2040 and (5) 2050; and if he will estimate the costs of such purchases in each case. 
Chris Grayling: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions if he will place in the Library a copy of the review his Department conducted of the options to buy additional years of National Insurance contributions for people with broken work records; and if he will make a statement. 
Mr. Mike O'Brien: The Government considered all the available information and analysis of the data available to it in considering the options, including the views of stakeholders, when it decided to make no changes to the current class 3 national insurance contribution rules. The Government explained their reasons for the decision through their answer to Baroness Hollis on 17 December 2007, Official Report, House of Lords, column 467.
Chris Grayling: To ask the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions what estimate he has made of the cost of paying pension credit to women who do not qualify for the full state pension due to broken National Insurance contribution records; and if he will make a statement. 
All our estimates of the cost of the options to allow people to buy extra voluntary national insurance contributions to increase their basic state pension take into account offsets in income-related benefits, including pension credit.
1. Data are taken from a 5 per cent. extract of Pensions Strategy Computer System, therefore figures are subject to a degree of sampling variation.
2. Figures are rounded and expenditure is calibrated to official DWP pension credit annual expenditure figures for 2006-07.
3. The current full rate of state pension used is as at March 2007, which was £84.25 per week.
4. Expenditure figures are shown in 2006-07 prices.