§ Andrew Mackinlay
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs how many British nominees are serving in the Iraq Survey Group. 
§ Mr. MacShane
[holding answer 17 May 2004]: As at 13 May, there were 49 British personnel (both military and civilian) serving with the Iraq Survey Group.
§ Llew Smith
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs if he will make available to(a) the United States Administration and (b) Mr. Paul Bremer a copy of the report prepared for his Department entitled "A Human Rights Approach to Prison Management" launched on 20 November 2002. 
§ Glenda Jackson
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs whether he has provided a copy of the handbook, "A Human Rights Approach to Prison Management", launched by him on 11 November 2002 to the Coaliton Provisional Authority. 
§ Mr. Rammell
Copies of "A Human Rights Approach to Prison Management" were sent to the US Federal Bureau of Prisons, the National Institute of Corrections. Commissioners of the Department of Corrections in every state and the American Correctional Association by the International Centre for Prison Studies who produced the handbook. A copy has not been passed directly to Paul Bremer. However a senior prison governor who has been seconded to CPA(South) from the UK Prisons Service to advise and mentor the Iraqis874W on running their penal system was given copies of the handbook in Arabic. We hope that the handbook will be used as a basic training tool in the future Iraqi prison service.