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Gale, Mr Roger


Gaming machines

Gapes, Mike


    France, Politics and government 326

    Weapons, Northern Ireland 937

Gardiner, Mr Barry

                  Debates etc.

    Budget April 2002 (23.04.02) 238


    Developing countries, Biodiversity 889w

    Prosecutions, Racially aggravated offences 419w

    Wild animals, Meat 753w

    Young offenders 32w

Garnier, Mr Edward

                  Debates etc.

    Tobacco Advertising and Promotion Bill (HL), 2R (29.04.02) 688-9, 696, 715-20


    Crimes against the person 16-7

Gatwick Airport

GCE A level

Gender impact assessment

    Foreign and Commonwealth Office 20-1w

General certificate of secondary education

    Vocational education 409w

General practitioners

Genetically modified organisms

George, Andrew

                  Sittings in Westminster Hall

Gerrard, Mr Neil

                  Debates etc.


    British overseas citizenship 892w

Gibb, Mr Nick


    Aggregates levy 728w

    Public Record Office, Census 861w

    Queen Elizabeth II bridge, Tolls 176w

    Teachers, Working hours 459


    Air force 7w

    European Parliament elections 930w

Gibson, Dr Ian


    Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, Medical equipment 619w

    Developing countries, Vaccination 913w

    Electronic tagging, Norfolk 36w

    Lung cancer, Death rate 886-7w

    Lung cancer, Screening 765w

    Macular degeneration, Medical treatments 358-9w

    Supplementary credit approvals 282w

Gidley, Sandra


    Emergency services, Telephone services 902-3w

    Equal opportunities, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 20w, 578w

    Equal opportunities, Treasury 447w

    Gender impact assessment, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 20-1w

    Hospitals, Security 348w

    Radiography, Waiting lists 760-1w

    Statistics, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 21w

    Telephone services, Hampshire 925w

Gillan, Mrs Cheryl


    London Underground, Railway stations 291-2w

Gilroy, Linda

                  Debates etc.


    Northern Ireland government 837w


    Regional planning and development 683w

Glenthorne Youth Treatment Centre


    Community transport 679w


Goggins, Paul


    Africa, International assistance 943-4

    Public transport, Urban areas 141

Golden Jubilee

    see Queen Elizabeth II, Anniversaries
Government Communications Headquarters

Government departments

    Combined heat and power 549w



Grammar schools


    British Petroleum 956w

Grant maintained schools

Gray, Mr James

                  Sittings in Westminster Hall

    Tourism, South West region (01.05.02) 208wh


    Armed forces, Pensions 657w

    Ballistic missile defence 655

    Consultants, Dept for Education and Skills 415w

    Consultants, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 22w

    Defence equipment, Procurement 265w

    Foot and mouth disease, Waste disposal 938w

    Harpoon missiles 264w

    Leukaemia, Medical treatments 520w, 873w

    Manufacturing industries, Scotland 684w

    National Institute for Clinical Excellence 992w

    RAF Benson, Housing 787w

    Railway stations 401w

    Schools, Wiltshire 407w

Grayling, Chris

                  Debates etc.

    Finance Bill, 2R (30.04.02) 903

    National Insurance Contributions Bill, Ways and means res (01.05.02) 989, 991-2, 1002-4

    Oral question time intervention (23.04.02) 135

                  Sittings in Westminster Hall


    Ambulance services, Standards 100-1w

    Chiltern railway line, Franchises 901-2w

    East Surrey Health Authority, Beta-interferon 454-5w

    Education, Civil service agencies 569w

    Education, Scotland 575w

    Educational institutions, Compensation 638w

    Local education authorities, Public private partnerships 799-800w

    Manufacturing industries, Scotland 791

    National insurance contributions, Dept for Education and Skills 570w

    Network Rail, Finance 678w

    New Millennium Experience, Finance 591w

    Nuclear weapons 523w

    Office for Standards in Education, National insurance contributions 416w

    Petrol alternatives 678w

    Planning permission, Appeals 806w

    Police, Reform 5-6

    Railways, Finance 174w

    Railways, South East region 52w

    Schools, Admissions 571w

    Schools, Finance 572w

    Schools, National insurance contributions 569-70w

    Sixth form education, Finance 447

    Teachers, Early retirement 567w

    Working families tax credit 878w


    Magistrates' courts 801-2

Great Yarmouth

Greater London

    Ambulance services 243w

    Magnetic resonance imagers 995w

    Playing fields 78w

    Small businesses 93w

    Travelling people 552w

Greater London Authority

Green, Mr Damian

                  Debates etc.

    Budget April 2002 (22.04.02) 110-5


    Curriculum, Chronology 311w

    Education, Internet 156w

    Pupils, Crimes of violence 88w

    Teachers, Training 87w

Green, Matthew


Greenham and Crookham Commons Bill 1999/2000

                  Debates etc.

    Lords amendts (23.04.02) 129

    Royal Assent (01.05.02) 949

Greenhouse effect

    Non-governmental organisations 12-4w

Greenway, Mr John

                  Sittings in Westminster Hall

    Tourism, South West region (01.05.02) 221-4wh


    Museums and galleries, National insurance contributions 916w

Grieve, Mr Dominic


    Parenting orders 830w

    Prisons, Crimes of violence 435-6w

Griffiths, Jane


    Burma, Human rights 646w

    Construction, Dept for Transport Local Government and the Regions 673w

    Digital broadcasting 785w

    Excise duties, Beer 127w

    Falkland Islands, Armed conflict 194-5w

    Smuggling, Alcoholic drinks 127w

Griffiths, Nigel, Parliamentary Secretary, Dept of Trade and Industry

                  Sittings in Westminster Hall


    Alcoholic drinks, Measurement 1030-1

    Arms trade, Export controls 588w

    Bombs, Export controls 208w

    Business, Advisory services 213w

    Business, Disadvantaged 1037-8

    Business, Herefordshire 793w

    Business volunteer mentoring scheme 296w

    Small businesses 919w

Griffiths, Mr Win

                  Debates etc.

    Sierra Leone, Elections (22.04.02) 121-4


    Computer terminals, Industrial health and safety 682w

    Cycling, Fixed penalties 830-1w

Grogan, Mr John


    Coal, Government assistance 1038-9

    Defence Fire Service 661-2

    Females, World War II 1046

    Non-teaching staff, Trade unions 408w

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