§ Mr. Webb
To ask the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how much was spent by his Department on paying pensions to retired employees of his Department in 2001–02; if he will estimate the corresponding amounts to be spent in(a) five years' time, (b) 10 years' time, (c) 20 years' time and (d) 30 years' time; if he will estimate in each case the proportion of such liabilities which will arise from (i) unfunded pension schemes and (ii) pre-funded pension schemes; and in the case of pre-funded schemes, if he will estimate the value of the corresponding pre-funded funds in each of these years. 
§ Jane Kennedy
The Cabinet Office has responsibility for the Principal Civil Service Pensions Scheme (PCSPS)—the occupational pension arrangement for Home civil servants, and have replied to this question.
The Department of Finance and Personnel has responsibility for the Principal Civil Service Pension Scheme (PCSPS)—the occupational pension arrangement for Northern Ireland civil servants. The total amount on886W
§ Jane Kennedy
The Chief Constable has advised that the cost to date of the investigation into the murder of Rosemary Nelson is £5,817,104. Colin Port is carrying out his investigation at the request of the Chief Constable of the PSNI and any report will be to the Chief Constable, with appropriate reports to the Director of Public Prosecutions in relation to pending prosecutions. I have no plans to publish any police reports in this investigation.