|Previous Section||Index||Home Page|
Mr. Burstow: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many people were convicted for (a) drunkenness, (b) driving after consuming alcohol or taking drugs and (c) causing death by dangerous driving when under the influence of drink or drugs in each year since 1997 in (i) England, (ii) each region and (iii) each London borough. 
Hazel Blears: Tables one-four show the number of convictions for (a) drunkenness, (b) driving after consuming alcohol or taking drugs and (c) causing death by dangerous driving when under the influence of drink or drugs in each year since 1997 in (i) England, (ii) each region and (iii) each London borough. Conviction figures for 2004 will be available at the end of November.
|Inner London magistrates courts|
|City of London police|
|Guildhall Justice Rooms||1||||1||5|||||||
|Camberwell Green/Tower Bridge||14||14||1||5||3||3||1|
|Greenwich and Woolwich||3||12||8||7||6||20||28|
|Inner London juvenile courts|||||||||||||||
|Outer London boroughs|
|Barking and Dagenham||||||||||3||2||2|
|Richmond upon Thames||8||13||8||5||6||1||4|
|Total Metropolitan police||387||403||304||190||294||228||210|
|Total Greater London||388||403||305||195||294||228||210|
|Yorkshire and Humberside||191||232||214||262||221||202||222|
|East of England||496||583||507||399||332||264||293|
|England and Wales||3,542||4,098||3,511||2,969||2,741||2,510||2,299|
Mr. Holloway: To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department how many young people have been(a) found guilty of a crime and (b) placed in custody in Kent in the last five years for which figures are available. 
Hazel Blears: The available information from the Home Office Court Proceedings database is contained in the table and gives the number of young people aged 10 to 17, found guilty of committing a crime and given a custodial sentence at all courts in Kent police force area, 19992003. Statistics for 2004 will be available late November.
|Found guilty||Sentenced to immediate custody|
Mr. Jim Cunningham: To ask the Prime Minister what recent discussions he has had with the US and the E-3 regarding Iran's response to the E-3 request for objective guarantees that Iran's nuclear programme is exclusively for peaceful purposes 
The Prime Minister:
Ministers and officials are in frequent contact with their French, German and US counterparts about Iran's nuclear programme. We share deep concern at Iran's decision to resume uranium conversion activities, contrary to successive International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Board resolutions and in violation of the framework agreed by Iran for negotiations on long-term arrangements. The E3/EU have urged Iran to honour its obligations and comply fully with the requests of the IAEA Board of
26 Oct 2005 : Column 406W
Governors. I hope Iran will reinstate its suspension of fuel cycle activities and return to talks with the E3/EU on the basis of the Paris Agreement
7. David Simpson: To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many (a) members of the (i) Police Service of Northern Ireland and (ii) Royal Irish Regiment and (b) prison officers have moved from their homes because of targeting by republicans over the last 12 months. 
Mr. Hanson: International sporting competitions are organised by sports governing bodies and eligibility requirements are determined by them. Children in Northern Ireland are eligible to represent the UK in international sporting competition provided they satisfy the respective sports governing bodies' eligibility requirements.
Mr. Hain: The security situation is improving. The latest Independent Monitoring Commission (IMC) report stated that the initial signs following the provisional IRA statement were encouraging. However, paramilitaries, especially loyalists and dissident republicans, continue to exert a malign influence over communities.
|Next Section||Index||Home Page|