§ Mr. Grieve
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will place in the Library the responses to his Department's consultation document, "The Law on Extradition: A Review". 
§ Mr. Keith Bradley
The "Law on Extradition: A Review" was publishedas a consultation document on 12 March 2001. Copies of the review were sent out to a large number of consultees which included the Houses of Parliament and interested parliamentary groups; the judiciary/magistracy and legal associations; the prosecuting authorities; civil liberties' groups, extradition practitioners, all our extradition partners and interested 281W parties in Scotland and Northern Ireland. The consultation document was made available on the Home Office website.
There were 22 written responses to the proposals contained in the document, seven of which requested that their responses should not be published. I am arranging for the 15 responses to be placed in the Library, they will also be made available on the Home Office website. I have also provided a detailed summary of the comments made by respondents in relation to the individual recommendations of the review, which I have also placed in the Library.
§ Mr. Alan Duncan
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will list those in jail in Britain subject to an extradition request from a foreign Government(a) by name, (b) by country of origin, (c) by date of first request for extradition and (d) by date of any subsequent request for extradition. 
§ Mr. Bob Ainsworth
There are currently 59 fugitives held in extradition custody. The power of provisional arrest means that in some cases the fugitive will have been remanded into custody before receipt of the formal extradition request. In some cases, the fugitive may be serving a domestic sentence, pending completion of which, no surrender can be ordered or take place. The table therefore provides the date of arrest in respect of each requesting jurisdiction. We are not aware of any case involving a supplementary or subsequent request. It is not policy or practice to list the names of those who are the subject of extradition proceedings.
Date of request Requesting jurisdiction 1. July 1995 USA 2. July 1998 USA 3. October 1998 USA 4. November 1998 USA 5. February 1999 USA 6. September 1999 USA 7. September 1999 USA 8. September 2000 USA 9. September 2000 USA 10. October 2000 USA 11. October 2000 USA 12. January 2001 USA 13. January 2001 USA 14. May 2001 USA 15. May 2001 USA 16. August 2001 USA 17. September 2001 USA 18. October 2001 USA 19. July 1997 Italy 20. July 1998 Italy 21. June 1999 Italy 22. April 2000 Italy 23. June 2001 Italy 24. July 2001 Italy 25. August 2001 Italy 26. July 2001 Switzerland 27. September 2001 Switzerland 28. September 2001 Switzerland 29. September 2001 Switzerland 30. September 2001 Switzerland 31. September 2001 Switzerland 32. August 1998 Germany 33. March 2000 Germany 34. September 2001 Germany 35. September 2001 Germany 36. September 1999 Belgium 37. July 2001 Belgium
Date of request Requesting jurisdiction 38. September 2001 Belgium 39. September 2001 Belgium 40. September 2001 Belgium 41. February 2001 Czech Republic 42. April 2001 Czech Republic 43. April 2001 Czech Republic 44. August 2001 Czech Republic 45. November 1995 France 46. June 1998 France 47. April 2000 France 48. May 2001 France 49. September 1996 South Africa 50. November 1997 South Africa 51. August 1999 South Africa 52. October 1998 Canada 53. September 2001 Canada 54. June 1996 Turkey 55. February 1997 Finland 56. August 1999 Greece 57. June 2000 Netherlands 58. April 2001 Spain 59. July 2001 Estonia
§ Mr. Dismore
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department which countries have sought the extradition of(a) Abu Qatada, (b) Yasser-al-Siri and (c) Abu Hamsa; and if he will make a statement. 
§ Mr. Bob Ainsworth
It is long-standing Home Office policy never to confirm or deny whether extradition requests in respect of particular individuals have been made or received.