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042/2003Guidance For The Police In The Application Of Paragraphs 9 and 17 Of Schedule 8 To The Terrorism Act 2000 Subsequent To The Ruling Of The European Court Of Human Rights In The Case Of Brennan v. The United Kingdom
040/2003Guidance For The Police In The Application Of Paragraph 9 Of Schedule 8 To The Terrorism Act 2000 Subsequent To The Ruling Of The European Court Of Human Rights In The Case Of Brennan v. The United Kingdom.
044/2002Guidance For The Police, Her Majestys Customs and Excise, The Immigration Service, The Air/Sea Carrier Industry and The Public On The Implementation Of Schedule 7 of The Terrorism Act 2000 (Information) Order 2002
032/2002Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001: Section 94 Removal Of Disguises
031/2002Guidance For The Police and Public On The Implementation Of Sections 1-3 Of The Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001
030/2002Guidance For The Police and Public On The Implementation Of Sections 1-3 of the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001
016/2002Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001 Part 6: Weapons of Mass Destruction Implementation
007/2002Guidance For The Police and Public On The Implementation Of Section 89; Sections 113-115; Sections 117-120; Section 121 of the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act 2001
003/2001The Terrorism Act 2000
Bill Wiggin: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many wildlife crimes were reported in each year since 1997, broken down by police force; and if she will make a statement. 
Mr. Coaker: The Home Office collects crime statistics on specific offences recorded by the police. All indictable and triable-either-way offences are included together with certain closely associated summary offences.
Carrying out an operation likely to damage part of an area of special scientific interest
Impersonating a wildlife inspector
Introduction of a new species
Importation of products of animal origin
Import and export of animals and animal products
Andrew Mackinlay: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if she will give a substantive reply to Question 185046, tabled by the hon. Member for Thurrock on 1 February, on terrorism detention, in advance of the Minister for Security, Counter-Terrorism, Crime and Policings meeting with the hon. Member for Thurrock scheduled for 27 February 2008. 
Mr. Paul Murphy: The Under-Secretary of State for Wales, my hon. Friend the Member for Ogmore (Huw Irranca-Davies) has had regular discussions with the Council of the Confederation of British Industry in Wales on a variety of issues affecting the economy in Wales. He also addressed CBI Wales on the 8 February, this year.
9. Miss McIntosh: To ask the Secretary of State for Wales what discussions he has had with the First Minister on spending on flood defences and flood protection in Wales/Shropshire cross-border water catchment areas. 
Huw Irranca-Davies: Regular discussions take place with the First Minister on such matters. The Welsh Assembly Government, local authorities and the Environment Agency are actively involved in flood defence planning within Wales and in the wider cross-border catchment area.
11. Chris Ruane: To ask the Secretary of State for Wales what recent discussions he has had with Cabinet and Welsh Assembly Government colleagues on co-ordination of policy on seaside towns in Wales. 
Huw Irranca-Davies: My right hon. Friend and I regularly meet ministerial colleagues and Welsh Assembly Government colleagues to discuss issues affecting Wales, including the co-ordination of policies affecting Wales.
Huw Irranca-Davies: The Government are committed to ensuring that there are enough prison places throughout England and Wales and my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State and I take a keen interest in this issue.
Mr. Paul Murphy: The Government of Wales Act 2006 provides for the National Assembly to gain new legislative powers on specific matters with the agreement of Parliament. I laid the first draft Order, on additional learning needs, under the new procedures on 6 February 2008.
14. Mr. Dunne: To ask the Secretary of State for Wales, what discussions he has had with the First Minister on the respective responsibilities of his Department and the Welsh Assembly Government for energy policy in Wales. 
My right hon. Friend and I have regular discussions with the First Minister and
other Assembly Government Ministers on all matters that affect Wales, including Energy.
15. David Taylor: To ask the Secretary of State for Wales, what discussions he has had with the First Minister on the operation of the Barnett formula in determining financial allocations to the Welsh Assembly Government; and if he will make a statement. 
Mr. Paul Murphy: I have regular discussions with the First Minister. The Barnett formula has delivered well for Wales and this Government believe it will continue to do so. It has raised the Welsh budget by 130 per cent. since 1997.
|Number of trading-related (self-employed) bankruptcies in each London borough, 2000-06( 1)|
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|(1) The Insolvency Trade Classification (ITC) was used to classify trading-related bankruptcies (and company liquidations) until end September 2006. However, only the period from January to June 2006 is provided because of the way the data are held.|
1. Figures for 2007 are not yet available for London boroughs.
2. Classifying bankrupts into geographic areas is done using the postcode that the bankrupt individual provides. The use of this in assigning an individual to a borough is thus as reliable as the postcode information provided, which is subject to an element of missing or unusable data. Nationally, this has been decreasing from around 12 per cent. in 2000 to 4 per cent. in 2006.
3. Figures for England and Wales provided here for comparative purposes are not consistent with published annual totals for the reasons given above.
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