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Written Answers

Thursday, 14 October 2004.

Newry and Armagh: Primary Schools

Lord Kilclooney asked Her Majesty's Government:

The Lord President of the Council (Baroness Amos): The information requested is as follows:
P1–P7 Enrolment
School name1999–
Foley County PS121123121114112
Collone PS5547443936
Mullaghglass PS7383807776
Aghavilly PS8683747668
Mullavilly PS1031009810398
Annaghmore PS7483807269
Hardy Memorial PS444446452431430
Armstrong PS335339326305284
Tandragee PS310312297306291
Drumsallen PS6567626775
Darkley PS126125118107107
Killylea PS6861574951
Newtownhamilton PS8382867273
Clare PS8690888176
Tullyroan PS4647414036
Kingsmills PS4746515859
Lisnadill PS10595919389
Derryhale PS5560606357
Mountnorris PS8584818390
Cortamlet PS4046455159
Bessbrook PS7374737272
Moy Regional PS6258575450
Drumhillery PS6165636861
Keady PS5445413738
Poyntzpass PS6872788084
The Cope PS166170172157145
Hamiltonsbawn PS130129127134135
Markethill PS249241233243238
Windsor Hill PS205221203192177
St John's Eglish (1) PS4443434538
St Oliver Plunkett PS (Forkhill)139124119112116
St Malachy's PS (Whitecross)7374777488
St Michael's PS (Newtownhamilton)8881777566
Clonalig PS135128135129141
Dromintee PS130119128133148
St Teresa's PS4347433842
Clea PS5752556665
Christian Brothers' PS353338342330311
Mount St Catherine's PS295250229218208
Cloughoge PS385393400389402
St Malachy's PS (Armagh)211210210200193
St Oliver's PS (Carrickrovaddy)4149534249
St Joseph's PS (Armagh)139139125117111
Anamar PS5049474641
St Patrick's PS (Crossmaglen)244249244248222
Killean PS106106105113110
St Colmcille's PS5049484636
St Patrick's PS (Newry)288317304307305
St Brigid's PS119126134136140
St Michael's PS (Mowhan)5152515457
St James' PS (Drumatee)6558534443
St Brigid's (Drumilly) PS5350534956
St Joseph's PS (Poyntzpass)6765737583
St Mary's PS (Tassagh)125128128123122
St Peter's PS (Cloughreagh)274273264254255
St James's PS (Tandragee)2925262615
St Patrick's PS (Armagh)474474464445472
St Joseph's PS (Killeavy)174166179177181
St Joseph's Convent PS443455435457459
St Colman's Abbey PS388357344318292
St Malachy's PS (Camlough)223214215232231
St Mary's PS (Mullaghbawn)198212223235247
St Patrick's PS (Cullyhanna)185185179192186
St Joseph's PS (Bessbrook)328310317313305
St Jarlath's PS135146137147147
Jonesborough PS11611511610597
St Laurence O'Toole's PS3433384247
St Oliver Plunkett PS (Kilmore)102100102107109
St Malachy's PS (Carnagat)449430424422392
St Peter's PS (Moy)55658094104
Our Lady's PS121117117123127
St Francis of Assisi PS243231236239230
St John's PS118119119119
Our Lady's and St Mochua's PS129
The Drelincourt Infants School2528251817
Bunscoil an Iuir6064717175
Saints & Scholars Integrated PS180191203196215
Royal School Armagh Prep Dept5353575847

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Palace of Westminster: Security Passes

Lord Hogg of Cumbernauld asked the Chairman of Committees:

The Chairman of Committees (Lord Brabazon of Tara): There are currently 111 security passes issued to persons employed or contracted by the BBC, and 78 security passes issued to other broadcasting organisations.

Supreme Court: Middlesex Guildhall

Lord Simon of Glaisdale asked Her Majesty's Government:

The Secretary of State for Constitutional Affairs and Lord Chancellor (Lord Falconer of Thoroton): Middlesex Guildhall is presently occupied by the staff (Court Service) and judiciary of the Crown Court. As regards relocation and costs, I refer the noble and learned Lord to Baroness Ashton's previous Answer given on 23 September 2004 (HL4195). When an announcement on the building is made, further information on costs will be provided.
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European Convention on Human Rights

Lord Lester of Herne Hill asked Her Majesty's Government:

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Department for Constitutional Affairs (Baroness Ashton of Upholland): The Government invited representations from a wide range of individuals and organisations in the UK at the outset of their recent interdepartmental review of international human rights instruments. They did not seek the views of other governments. Professor Sandra Fredman of Oxford University and Dr Robert Wintemute of King's College London were among the independent legal experts who contributed views on the meaning and effect of Protocol 12.

Thameslink 2000

Lord Lester of Herne Hill asked Her Majesty's Government:

Lord Davies of Oldham: Network Rail's application for a Transport and Works Act order was considered at a public inquiry between June 2000 and May 2001. A decision on the project was deferred pending the resolution of three deficiencies identified by the inspector in his report, relating to the design of the scheme in central London. Network Rail has now submitted further applications addressing these issues, which are likely to be considered by a public inquiry next year.

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