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    Health and Safety Executive 40w, 676w

    Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 655w

    President of the Council 468-9w

    Solicitor-General 1w

Convention on the Future of Europe

Cook, Rt Hon Robin, President of the Council and Leader of the House of Commons

                  Debates etc.

    Communications Draft Bill Joint Select Committee (01.05.02) 1016-7


    Contracts, President of the Council 468-9w

    Data protection, Patients 293w

    House of Commons, Voting methods 207w

    Members, Information technology 427w

    Newspaper press, President of the Council 469w

    Orders and regulations, President of the Council 293-4w

    Overtime, President of the Council 949w

    Radio, President of the Council 470w

    Recruitment, President of the Council 589w

    Serials, President of the Council 469w

    Times of sittings 689w

    Training, President of the Council 470w

    Written questions, President of the Council 949-50w

    Young people, President of the Council 589w

Cooper, Ms Yvette, Parliamentary Secretary, Dept of Health

                  Debates etc.

    Tobacco Advertising and Promotion Bill (HL), 2R (29.04.02) 761-6

                  Sittings in Westminster Hall

    Hospitals, Hygiene (23.04.02) 57-61wh


    Aerials, Health hazards 122-3w

    Artificial insemination 516w

    Council of Ministers, UK delegations 520-1w

    Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, Medical equipment 619w

    Dietary supplements, EC action 765-7w

    Doctors, Standards 755w

    Fireworks, Injuries 755w

    Food Standards Agency, Animal feed 625-6w

    Food Standards Agency, Performance appraisal 115w

    Food Standards Agency, Standards 116w, 626w

    Food Standards Agency, Welsh language 625w

    Health services, Herefordshire 516w

    Hospices, Finance 626w

    Hospitals, Planning 619w

    Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, Annual reports 516w

    Leukaemia, Medical treatments 520w

    Lung cancer, Screening 765w

    Lymphoedema, Finance 519w

    Marfan syndrome 515w

    Maternity services, Modernisation 999w

    Meat, Health hazards 623w

    Meat, Retail trade 627w

    Medical records, Access 621-2w

    Members, Correspondence 121w

    Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus 516w

    Mount Vernon Hospital, Cancer 627w

    National Institute for Clinical Excellence 621w

    National Institute for Clinical Excellence, Reviews 519w

    Nutrition, Children 512w

    Paediatrics, Intensive care 623-4w

    Pertussis vaccine 124w

    Radiation Risk and Society Advisory Group, Public appointments 116-7w

    Radiography, Waiting lists 760-1w

    Worcestershire Royal Hospital, Parking 113-4w

    Written questions, Administrative delays 124w

Corbyn, Jeremy

                  Debates etc.

    Kissinger, Henry, Points of order (22.04.02) 19

    Nationality Immigration and Asylum Bill, 2R (24.04.02) 376


    Business questions 1055

    Colombia, Police 650w

    Kissinger, Henry 706w

    Urban aid, Islington 394w

Cormack, Sir Patrick

                  Debates etc.

    Israel (29.04.02) 674

    Lockerbie, Points of order (01.05.02) 950

                  Sittings in Westminster Hall


    Business questions 471

    Select committees 806



Corporation tax

    Small businesses 882w


    Prosecutions 464

Corston, Jean


    Bristol, Dept for Work and Pensions 428-9w

    Capital punishment 698w

Cotter, Brian

                  Debates etc.

    Budget April 2002 (22.04.02) 30


    Building (Amendment) Regulations 2002 900w

    Business, Disadvantaged 1038

    Construction, Self-regulation 677w

    Construction, Standards 677w

    Disabled, Dept for Transport Local Government and the Regions 812w

    Disabled, Dept of Trade and Industry 924w

    Disabled, Home Office 894w

    PAYE, Electronic government 729-30w

    Post offices, Closures 737w

    Social security benefits, Automated credit transfer 870w

    Taxation, Internet 729w

    Taxation, Small businesses 730w

    Victim support schemes, Weston-super-Mare 322w

    Wholesale trade, Newspaper press 794w

Council for the Central Laboratory of the Research Councils

Council housing

    Planning obligations 173w

    Property transfer 47w

Council of Europe

Council of Ministers

Council tax

    Oxfordshire 943

Council tax benefits


    Lord Chancellor's Dept 697w

Councillors' interests


Court of Appeal (Appeals from Proscribed Organisations Appeal Commission) Rules 2002

                  Debates etc.

Courts martial

Cousins, Mr Jim

                  Debates etc.

    Finance Bill, 2R (30.04.02) 833


    Ballistic missile defence 654-5

    City academies, Newcastle upon Tyne 303w

    Customs and Excise, Computers 934w

    Czech Republic, Military aircraft 427w

    Fire services, Pensions 395w

    Home energy efficiency scheme 665w

    Housing, Newcastle upon Tyne 809w

    Military aircraft, Deployment 957-8w

    National Insurance Fund 885-6w

    Noise insulation grants 387-8w

    Pension credit 58w

    Public expenditure 736w

    Regional planning and development, Tyneside 901w

    Welfare tax credits, Take-up 336w

Cox, Mr Tom

                  Debates etc.


    Aerials, Planning permission 48w

    Afghanistan, Armed conflict 965-6w

    Children in care 452w

    Children in care, Runaway children 452-3w

    Cocaine, Greater London 220w

    Hospitals, Waiting lists 359w

    Immigration, Appeals 598w

    Malawi, Overseas aid 317w

    Playing fields, Greater London 78w

    Prison Service, Housing 331w

    Prison Service, Manpower 438w

    Prison Service, Recruitment 437w

    Prison Service, Resignations 331w

    Prison Service, Training 331w

    Small businesses, Greater London 93w

    Students, Finance 157w

    Sudan, Overseas aid 914w

    Wandsworth Prison 437w

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