§ Mr. Woodward
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs how many schools have been renovated by coalition forces in Iraq since 1 May. 
§ Mr. Rammell
Since 1 May, UK forces have renovated 91 schools in Iraq, and are working on a further 140. We have no information about schools renovated by other Coalition forces.
§ Mr. Godsiff
To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs whether, in the build up to the war with Iraq and subsequently, he permitted British Intelligence Services to intercept diplomatic communications between member states of the United Nations. 
§ Mr. Straw
In common with most governments, we do not go into detail about intelligence-related issues, including interception. I can, however, give an586W assurance that the only purposes for which interception may be permitted are set out in legislation: national security, safeguarding economic well-being and the prevention and detection of serious crime.