(2) how many of the 260 most serious offenders are working (i) with children, (ii) in the education system, (iii) in the NHS, (iv) with the elderly and (v) with disabled people;
(3) how many of the 260 most serious offenders now entered into the Police National Computer have re-offended since notifications were made;
(4) what estimate he has made of the number of British criminals convicted in non-Council of Europe countries who have been able to return to the UK without being registered on the Police National Computer;
(5) how many Association of Chief Police Officers staff have job responsibilities for clearing the backlog of 27,529 files; and how many had such responsibilities before 10 January;
(6) how many of the 260 of the most serious offenders whose files are on the Police National Computer the Criminal Records Bureau had checked on 12th January.