Parliamentary Questions - Written Replies

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NHS SECURITY: A National Health Service security advisory group is being set up to promote security improvements, after the damning report on losses, unofficially set at pounds 600m a year, as a result of theft in the NHS, Tom Sackville, the Parliamentary secretary for Health, told Bob Dunn (C Dartford).

NUCLEAR REPORT: The report on the future of Thorp, the thermal oxide nuclear reprocessing plant, was received earlier this week, David Maclean, the environment and countryside minister, said. 'We are now giving it our urgent consideration.'

COUNCIL HOUSES: English local authorities completed 300 new dwellings in the first three months of this year, compared with 3,000 in the whole of last year, Tony Baldry, a junior housing minister, told Dennis Skinner (Lab. Bolsover).

PARLIAMENT TODAY - Commons: Backbench debates on: Human rights in the UK; Ulster bombings; Stobhill Hospital; Heathrow night flights; Fire service; Prestwick airport immigration services; Public transport in London; Poultry and meat industry; Legal education funding. Lords: Reinsurance (Acts of Terrorism) Bill, all stages; National Lottery Bill, Second Reading; Osteopaths Bill, Second Reading; Debate on UN humanitarian operations.