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Cellular phone masts

    see Aerials
Celsa Group


    Channel tunnel railway line 220w


Central Police Training and Development Authority

    Public appointments 11ws

Central Railway

Certification quality marks

    Medical equipment 280w


    South West region 731w

Challen, Mr Colin


Challenger tanks

Chancellor of the Exchequer

    see Treasury

"Changing Habits"

Channel tunnel railway line

Chapman, Mr Ben


    Benzodiazepines 453w

    Clergy, Conditions of employment 216w

Chapman, Sir Sydney


    Hospitals, Waiting lists 529-30

    Mortgages, House insurance 512w

    Welfare to work 393


    10 Downing Street 461w

Chaytor, Mr David

                  Chamber Debates


    Business questions 330

    Eleven plus, Northern Ireland 153

    Higher education, Finance 308

    Sizewell B, Security 549

Chemical and biological warfare

    Territorial Army 51w



Chidgey, Mr David

                  Chamber Debates

    Iraq (07.01.03) 30-1

Chief of Defence Logistics

    see Defence Logistics Organisation

Child benefit

Child care tax credit

Child minding

Child Support Agency

    Information technology 745w

Child tax credit


    Overseas residence 65w

Children Act 1989


Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service

    Conditions of employment 475-6w

Children in care

    Learning and skills councils 714w



Chope, Mr Christopher

                  Chamber Debates

    Official Report, Points of order (16.01.03) 835-6


    Ambulance services, Private sector 179w

    Consumer Council for Postal Services 789-90w

    Education (Teachers' Qualifications and Health Standards) (England) Regulations 1999 579w

    Entry clearances, Applications 757w

    Football, Foreign students 33w

    Fruit, Consumption 678w

    Local government finance 384w

    Members, Correspondence 412w

    Nuclear power stations, Security 246w

    Social security benefits, Post offices 605w



    Dept for Culture Media and Sport 241w

    Dept for Education and Skills 117w

    Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 732w

    Dept for International Development 458w

    Dept of Trade and Industry 438-9w

    Foreign and Commonwealth Office 133-4w

    Scotland Office 353w

Christmas cards

    Dept for Culture Media and Sport 507w

    Dept for Education and Skills 227w

    Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 731-2w

    Dept for International Development 457-8w

    Dept of Trade and Industry 147w

    Northern Ireland Office 778-9w

    Scotland Office 353w

Christmas trees

Church Commissioners

    Business interests 652w

Church of England (Pensions) Measure 2002

                  Chamber Debates


Citizens' advice bureaux

Citizens' Advice Scotland


City academies

Civil contingency reaction forces

Civil defence

Civil list

Civil servants

    Gracemoor Consultants 223w


Clapham, Mr Michael

                  Chamber Debates

    Ballistic missile defence (15.01.03) 711


Clark, Mrs Helen


    Industrial health and safety, Dept of Trade and Industry 441-2w

Clark, Dr Lynda, Advocate General for Scotland


    Devolution, Scotland 10

    Human rights 63w

    Human rights, Scotland 11

    Theft, Advocate General for Scotland 510w

    Trials, Scotland 10-1

Clarke, Rt Hon Charles, Secretary of State, for Education and Skills


    Internet, Luton 36w

    Ministerial policy advisors, Dept for Education and Skills 714w

    Orders and regulations, Dept for Education and Skills 39w

    Public expenditure, Dept for Education and Skills 714-5w

Clarke, Rt Hon Tom


    Business questions 323

Class sizes

    Primary education 561w

Classroom assistants

Cleaning services

Clearing banks

    Office of Fair Trading 158w

Clearsprings Management

Clelland, Mr David


    Minimum wage, Newcastle upon Tyne 297w

    Pensioners, Income support 365-6w

    Working families tax credit, Newcastle upon Tyne 410w


    Conditions of employment 216w

Clifton-Brown, Mr Geoffrey

                  Chamber Debates

Climate change

    Agriculture 11w

Climate Change Convention

Climate change levy

Closed circuit television


Clwyd, Ann


    Industrial diseases, Compensation 794w

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