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Departments: Press

Volume 463: debated on Wednesday 12 September 2007

To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland to which periodicals his Department subscribes. (153061)

The Northern Ireland Office, excluding its Agencies and Executive NDPBs, subscribes to the following periodicals:

American Journal of Forensic Medicine and Pathology

Archbold News

Belfast Gazette

British Journal of Community Justice

British Journal of Criminology

British Journal of Social Work

Bulletin of Northern Ireland Law


Child Care in Practice


Community Safety Journal

Community Safety Matters

Computer Active

Computer Weekly

Country Life

Crime Reduction News

Criminal Justice

Criminal Justice Matters

Criminal Law Review

Criminal Lawyer

Current Sentencing Practice News

Diversity at Work

Dod’s Parliamentary Companion



European Human Rights Law Review

Exchange Administrator

Forensic Science International


Homes & Gardens

House of Commons Hansard

House of Lords Hansard

Howard Journal of Criminal Justice

Howard League Magazine

Human Rights Alerter

Human Rights Updater

Industrial Relations Law Reports

International Journal of Legal Medicine

International Review of Victimology

Journal of Adolescence

Journal of Forensic Sciences

Justice of the Peace Journal

Justice of the Peace Reports

Legal Information Management

London Diplomatic List


Modern Law Review

Net Advantage

New Law Journal

New Statesman

Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly

PC Pro Magazine


Police Review

Police Journal

Private Eye

Punishment and Society

Radio Times


Relational Justice Bulletin

Safer Society

Security Administrator

SQL Server Magazine

The Spectator


Ulster Tatler

Vacher’s Quarterly

Whitakers’ Almanac

Who’s Who

Windows Scripting Solutions


Youth Justice Board News

Youth Justice Journal

To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how much was spent by his Department on newspapers and magazines in the last 12 months. (153062)

The Northern Ireland Office, excluding its Agencies and Executive NDPBs, spent £68,510 on newspapers in 2006-07 (this is the last 12 months for which audited expenditure figures are available).

Information on magazine expenditure is not easily available as it is grouped with other general publication expenditure. It would not be possible to extract the magazine spend from these figures except at disproportionate cost.