§ Ross Cranston
To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department in how many cases foreign Governments have asked for assistance in returning fugitives resident in the UK(a) generally and (b) for terrorist offences in each of the last five years. 
§ Angela Eagle
Reliable records are available for only the last four years. In those years, the number of extradition requests received by the United Kingdom is as follows:
Number of requests received 1997 107 1998 111 1999 101 2000 78
It is not possible to say with precision how many of those cases involved charges of terrorism. That is because the fugitive may have been accused of non-terrorist 280W charges committed in furtherance of alleged terrorist acts. Of requests currently outstanding, nine involve suspected terrorist activity.