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Habitual offenders

    Dept for Education and Skills 569w

    Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 492w


Hain, Rt Hon Peter, Secretary of State for Wales


    Allied Steel and Wire, Redundancy 868-9w

    Birds, Conservation 361w

    Bristol Channel, Dredging 864-5w

    Council of Ministers 867w

    Dairy farming, Wales 866w

    Digital broadcasting, Welsh language 868w

    Economic planning, Wales 864w

    Fire services, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 539w

    Flood control, River Severn 866w

    Gibraltar, Taxation 356w

    Gibraltar, Treaty of Utrecht 34w

    Internet, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 539-40w

    Long term unemployed, Wales 865-6w

    Manufacturing industries, Wales 863w

    Museums and galleries, Cardiff 866w

    National Assembly for Wales, Elections 868w

    Public expenditure, Wales 864w

    Small businesses, Wales 865w

    Treaty of Nice, EC enlargement 362w

    Vacancies, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 539w

    Zimbabwe, Sanctions 495w

Hall, Patrick

                  Debates etc.

    British Energy (22.10.02) 215

Hamilton, David

                  Debates etc.

    House of Commons, Reform (29.10.02) 746

Hammond, Mr Philip



    Drug treatment and testing orders 625w

Hancock, Mr Mike

                  Debates etc.

                  Sittings in Westminster Hall


    Air force, Discharges 702w

    Armed forces, Doctors 891w

    Armed forces, Sick leave 896w

    Armed forces, Surgery 794w

    Children in care, Missing persons 733w

    Democratic Republic of Congo 881w

    Democratic Republic of Congo, Humanitarian aid 881w

    Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda 881w

    Drug treatment and testing orders, Hampshire 625w

    Education, Assessments 716w

    Education, Disabled 568w

    Firearms, Licensing 843w

    HMS Invincible, Officers 792-3w

    Human trafficking, Children 761w

    Illegal immigrants, Channel crossing 331w

    Illegal immigrants, Deportation 764w

    Immobilisation of vehicles, Regulation 801-2w

    Navy, Non-commissioned officers 793-4w

    Police, Hampshire 627w

    Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, Finance 662w

    Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, Kidney patients 667w

    Primary health care 661w

    Private finance initiative, Ministry of Defence 146-8w, 344-5w

    Schools, Disabled 204w

    Standards, Dept for Education and Skills 464w

    Students, Finance 571w

    Tactical reconnaissance armoured combat equipment requirement 149-50w

    Teachers, Vetting 385w

    Tomahawk missiles 680w

    Warships, Officers 793w


Hares Preservation Act 1892


Harman, Rt Hon Harriet, Solicitor-General


    Antisocial behaviour orders 450w

    Antisocial behaviour orders, Prosecutions 851-2w

    Crown Prosecution Service, Street crime initiative 451w

    Iraq, Armed conflict 308w

    Serious Fraud Office 308w

Harrier aircraft

Harris, Dr Evan

                  Debates etc.

    Local government finance (24.10.02) 420

    Tobacco Advertising and Promotion Bill (HL), Rep and 3R (21.10.02) 46-50


    Association of Community Health Councils for England and Wales 825-6w

    Community nurses, Manpower 391w

    Community nurses, Training 392w

    Females, Public appointments 946w

    Hospitals, Consultants 671

    Mental health services 663w

    Private patients 834w

    Smoking, Pregnant women 748-9w

    Transplant surgery 122w

    Transplant surgery, Manpower 836-7w

Harris, Mr Tom

                  Debates etc.

    House of Commons, Reform (29.10.02) 764

    Sinn Fein, House of Commons services (28.10.02) 585-8


    Minimum wage, Scotland 210w

Harvey, Nick


    British Museum, Conservation 446w

    Charities, Tax allowances 887w

    English Sports Council, Finance 443w

    Museum of London 447w

    Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester, Expenditure 447w

    National Gallery, Loans 447w

    World class performance programme 448w


Havard, Mr Dai


    Medical treatments, Information 122-3w


    Crimes of violence 758w

Hawk aircraft

Hawkins, Mr Nick

                  Debates etc.

    House of Commons, Reform (29.10.02) 689-90

    Local government finance (24.10.02) 419

    Tobacco Advertising and Promotion Bill (HL), Rep and 3R (21.10.02) 40, 49-50


    Neighbourhood nuisance 529

Hayes, Mr John

                  Debates etc.

    Housing (22.10.02) 179

                  Sittings in Westminster Hall


    Coastal zone management 816w

    Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of Europe 296-7w

    Foot and mouth disease, Disease control 815w

Heald, Mr Oliver


    Care homes, South East region 677-8

    Mental health services, Finance 254w

    North West Public Health Observatory 673

Healey, John, Economic Secretary, Treasury

                  Sittings in Westminster Hall


    Aggregates levy, Northern Ireland 693w

    Aviation, Fuels 82w

    Customs and Excise, Electronic commerce 604w

    Debts, Developing countries 440w

    Excise duties, Petrol alternatives 218w

    Exports, Digital certificates 605-7w

    Members, Correspondence 82w

    Petrol alternatives 603w

    Smuggling, Afghanistan 213w

    Taxation, Aviation 84w

    Taxation, Plastics 213w

    VAT, Delivery services 773w

    VAT, Hearing aids 213w

    VAT, Inspections 611w

Health and Safety Executive

Health and Social Care Act 2001


Health centres

Health education

Health hazards

Health insurance

Health professions

    English language 125w

Health Protection Agency

Health services

Hearing aids

Hearing impaired

    Access to work programme 116w

    Disability living allowance 116w

Heart diseases

    Health services 397w

Heath, Mr David

                  Debates etc.

    Asbestos, Industrial health and safety (24.10.02) 486, 501-4

    Local government finance (24.10.02) 463


    Fire services, Industrial disputes 687w

    Industrial diseases, Compensation 983

    Registration of births deaths and marriages 623-4w

    Schools, Transport 397

    Social security benefits, Post offices 13-4

    Trials, Administrative delays 115

Heathcoat-Amory, Rt Hon David

                  Debates etc.

    Tobacco Advertising and Promotion Bill (HL), Rep and 3R (21.10.02) 41-2, 47


    Immigration controls, Republic of Ireland 644w

Heathrow Airport

    Railway network 16w


    Bovine tuberculosis 312w

Hedges and ditches

Hemel Hempstead Hospital

Henderson, Mr Ivan


    Shipping, Taxation 782w

    Social security benefits, Post offices 14

Hendrick, Mr Mark

                  Debates etc.

    Fire services (22.10.02) 139


    Armed forces, Military intelligence 706w

    Parental leave, Adoption 426-7w

Hendry, Mr Charles


    Connexions Service 714w

    Connexions Service, Finance 714w

    Connexions Service, Voluntary organisations 714-5w

    Teachers, Vetting 394


Hepburn, Mr Stephen

                  Debates etc.

    Asbestos, Industrial health and safety (24.10.02) 505-6


    Animals, Circuses 809w

    Football, Racial harassment 32w

    Football, Travel restrictions 333-4w

    New businesses, Scotland 108

Herbal medicine

    Petitions (22.10.02) 244-5


Hermon, Lady

                  Debates etc.

    Terrorism Act 2000 (Proscribed Organisations) (Amendment) Order (30.10.02) 883, 893-4


    Chief Inspector of Criminal Justice for Northern Ireland 957w

    Fire services, Northern Ireland 512-3w

    Neighbourhood nuisance 528

    Northern Ireland government 261

    Police, Northern Ireland 367w



Hesford, Stephen

                  Debates etc.

    House of Commons, Reform (29.10.02) 750-3

    Mersey Tunnels Bill, Motion to proceed in next session (23.10.02) 335-9, 341-9, 372-3


    Electoral register, Northern Ireland 370w

    Higher education, Admissions 568-9w

Hewitt, Rt Hon Ms Patricia, Secretary of State for Trade and Industry


    Aerospace industry, Exports 971-2w

    Agriculture, Trade agreements 973w

    Arthur Andersen 529w

    British Energy, Government assistance 974-5w

    British Energy, Scotland 975w

    Business, Insurance 534w

    Export credit guarantees, Defence equipment 531-2w

    Export credit guarantees, Gulf states 979-80w

    Exports, Catalogues 981w

    Females, Candidates 956w

    Females, Flexible working 957w

    Females, Public appointments 946w

    Fire services, Dept of Trade and Industry 982w

    General Agreement on Trade in Services 990

    General Agreement on Trade in Services, Public sector 989-90

    Iron and steel, USA 988w

    Liabilities Management Authority, Licensing 985w

    LINK programme, Motor vehicles 982-4w

    National insurance contributions 75w

    Npower, Complaints 985w

    Petrochemicals, Dual use goods and technologies 420-1w

    Public appointments, Dept of Trade and Industry 534-6w

    Public opinion, Dept of Trade and Industry 982w

    Public participation, Dept of Trade and Industry 64-5w

    Recruitment, Dept of Trade and Industry 535w

    Regional development agencies 537w

    Regional development agencies, Public appointments 71-4w

    Research, EC action 422w

    Trade Partners UK 539w

    Trade Partners UK, Internet 425w

    Vacancies, Dept of Trade and Industry 531w

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