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Wakefield Prison


    Common agricultural policy 851-3

    Government research establishments 854

    Health Protection Agency 102w

    Industrial diseases 853-4

    Magistrates' courts 760w

    Nationalisation 855

    Working families tax credit 617-8w

Wales and Borders Trains

Wales Office

    see Office of the Secretary of State for Wales

Walley, Ms Joan


    Buildings, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 281w

    Hepatitis, Medical treatments 592w

    Licensing laws, Staffordshire 211-2w

    Pre-school education, Staffordshire 788w, 799w

    Wood, Government departments 645-6w

    Wood, Home Office 719w

    Wood, Lord Chancellor's Dept 974w

Walton on the Naze


War crimes

Ward, Ms Claire


    Elstree Studios 3-4

Wareing, Mr Robert N

                  Chamber Debates

    Iraq (03.02.03) 38


    Kosovo, Travel information 304w

Warm homes scheme

    Northern Ireland 116w



    Modern apprenticeships 350w


    Decommissioning 744w

    Fire services 63w

    Repairs and maintenance 63-4w


Waste disposal

Waste management


Water abstraction

    Salisbury Plain 464w

Water supply

Waterson, Mr Nigel

                  Chamber Debates

    Housing (05.02.03) 287

    Police grant (05.02.03) 333-6


    Pensioners, Income support 631-2

Watkinson, Angela

                  Chamber Debates

    European Parliament (Representation) Bill, Rep and 3R (03.02.03) 62-3

    Iraq (06.02.03) 464

    Local government finance (05.02.03) 397

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Tolls, Greater London (11.02.03) 190-3wh


    Females, Business 1030

Watson, Mr Tom


Watts, Mr Dave

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Fire Cover Review Task Group 13w

    Higher education, Finance 790w

    Olympic Games, Greater London 12

    Public expenditure 27w

    Students, Fees and charges 550w



Webb, Mr Steve

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Child Support Agency, Information technology 953w

    Child tax credit 602w

    Computers, Dept for Work and Pensions 954-6w

    Departmental expenditure limits, Dept for Work and Pensions 308w

    Housing benefit 521w

    Housing revenue accounts 345w

    Members, Correspondence 311w

    National insurance contributions, Females 521-2w

    Occupational pensions 33w

    Parliamentary questions, Dept for Work and Pensions 962w

    Pensioners, Income support 800w

    Pensions, Automated credit transfer 239w

    Post offices, Closures 662w

    Post offices, Social security benefits 519w, 923w

    Poverty, Children 650w

    Public expenditure, Dept for Work and Pensions 240w

    Social Security Contributions Agency, Computers 801w

    State retirement pensions 963-4w

    Welfare tax credits, Telephone services 613-5w

Weir, Mr Michael

                  Chamber Debates

    Common agricultural policy (12.02.03) 978

    European Parliament (Representation) Bill, Rep and 3R (03.02.03) 92

    National Minimum Wage (Enforcement Notices) Bill (HL), 2R (11.02.03) 797


    Small businesses, Insurance 1021-2

Welfare of Farmed Animals (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2003

                  Chamber Debates

Welfare tax credits

Wellington Barracks

Welsh language

West Africa

West Freugh airfield

West Midlands

West Sussex

West Yorkshire Police

Western Isles




White, Brian

                  Chamber Debates

    Housing (05.02.03) 285

    Police (Northern Ireland) Bill (HL), 2R (10.02.03) 685, 713-5


Whittingdale, Mr John


    Cricket, Zimbabwe 386w

    Educational broadcasting, Curriculum 209w

    National Lottery 6-7

Wicks, Malcolm, Parliamentary Secretary, Dept for Work and Pensions

                  Written Statements

    "Management Summary of the Evaluation of the September 2001-March 2002 Targeting Fraud Campaign" 50ws


    Access funds, Further education 307w

    Child Benefit Centre, Standards 951-3w

    Child Support Agency, Information technology 953w

    Computers, Dept for Work and Pensions 954-6w

    Housing benefit, Temporary accommodation 522w

    Incapacity benefit, Armed forces 627-9

    Paper, Dept for Work and Pensions 412w

    Pensions, Automated credit transfer 520w

    Pensions, EC action 955w

    Post office card account 524w

    Social security benefits, Automated credit transfer 950-2w

    Social security benefits, Fraud 130w, 964w

    Social security benefits, Hepatitis 521-2w

    Social security benefits, Post offices 519w

    Social Security Contributions Agency, Computers 801w

Widdecombe, Rt Hon Ann

                  Chamber Debates

    Complementary medicine, Petitions (04.02.03) 243-4

Wiggin, Mr Bill

                  Chamber Debates

    Common agricultural policy (12.02.03) 984, 993-4

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Common sugar regime (05.02.03) 129wh


    Hospitals, Hygiene 748

    Members, Correspondence 22w

    Power failures, Weather 488-9w

    Type 45 destroyers 290w

    Veterinary medicine, Disciplinary proceedings 283w


Wilkinson, Mr John

                  Chamber Debates

    Iraq (03.02.03) 28

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Construction Industry Training Board 689w

Willetts, Mr David

                  Chamber Debates

    Oral question time intervention (10.02.03) 642


    Consultants, Dept for Work and Pensions 799-800w

    Ethnic groups, Employment 494w

    Jobseeker's allowance 961w

    Pensions, Public sector 298w

    Pensions, Tax allowances 610-1w

Williams, Rt Hon Alan


    National Audit Office 137w

Williams, Mrs Betty


    National Lottery, Conwy 786w

    Small businesses, Insurance 1022

Williams, Hywel


    Ambulance services, Standards 764

Williams, Mr Roger

                  Chamber Debates


    Common agricultural policy, Wales 852-3

    Lost working days, Dept for Transport 890w

    Lost working days, Home Office 474-5w

    Magistrates' courts, Wales 760w

    Public expenditure, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 784w

Willis, Mr Phil

                  Chamber Debates


    Access funds, Further education 307w

    Education, Government offices for the regions 691w

    Office for Standards in Education, Finance 692w

    Primary education, Standards 87w

    Public bodies, Dept for Education and Skills 694w

    Secondary education, Assessments 82w


Wilshire, Mr David

                  Chamber Debates

    Parliamentary procedure, Points of order (07.02.03) 612-3

    Sunday Working (Scotland) Bill, 2R (07.02.03) 560-9

    Terrorism, Points of order (12.02.03) 936

                  Westminster Hall Debates


Wilson, Mr Brian, Minister of State for Industry and Energy, Dept of Trade and Industry

                  Chamber Debates


    Arms trade, Iraq 749w

    British Energy, Finance 747-8w

    British Nuclear Fuels, Finance 484w

    Business, EC enlargement 924-5w

    Coal, Government assistance 485w

    Coal fired power stations 21w

    Coal fired power stations, Pollution control 22-3w

    Construction, Insurance 752w

    Convention on Combating Bribery of Foreign Public Officials in Business 751w

    Credit cards, Regulation 1015-6

    Drugs, Developing countries 924w

    Electronic equipment, Waste disposal 851-2w

    Employers' liability, Insurance 926w

    Industrial diseases, Compensation 750w, 923w

    Liquefied petroleum gas, Price fixing 489-90w

    Manufacturing industries, Small businesses 925w

    Members, Correspondence 22w

    Methane, Electricity generation 488w

    Natural gas, Distribution 22w, 750w

    Nuclear physics, Licensing 22w

    Pneumoconiosis, Compensation 501w

    Power failures, Weather 488-9w

    Power stations, Flue gas desulphurisation 22w

    Radioactive materials, Japan 490w

    Radioactive materials, Storage 880-1w

    Retail trade, Small businesses 927w

    Roads, Lighting 459w

    Sellafield, Nuclear fuel reprocessing 492w

    Small businesses, Insurance 1021-3

    Solar power 19w

    Wind power, Planning permission 927-8w

Wind power

Windfall tax

    New deal schemes 966w

Winnick, David

                  Chamber Debates

    Iraq (06.02.03) 462


    Members, Correspondence 217w

    Parliamentary Commissioner for Standards 134-5w

Winter fuel payments

Winterton, Ann


    Hospices, Cheshire 442w

    Solicitors, Fraud 431w

Winterton, Sir Nicholas


    Financial services, Cancer 601w

    Schools, Discipline 433

    Times of sittings 133w

Winterton, Ms Rosie, Parliamentary Secretary, Lord Chancellor's Dept

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Asylum, Appeals 135w

    Crown courts, Hereford 431w

    Family law, Domestic violence 431w

    Immigration, Appeals 973w

    Industrial health and safety, Lord Chancellor's Dept 127w

    Kidnapping, Children 136-8

    Land Registry, Standards 136w

    Legal aid scheme, Contracts 563w

    Lost working days, Lord Chancellor's Dept 341-2w

    Ministerial policy advisors, Lord Chancellor's Dept 974w

    Office for the Supervision of Solicitors, Standards 140-1

    Official cars, Lord Chancellor's Dept 974-6w

    Official hospitality, Lord Chancellor's Dept 430w

    Press releases, Lord Chancellor's Dept 127-8w

    Procurement, Lord Chancellor's Dept 973w

    Public participation, Lord Chancellor's Dept 972-4w

    Publicity, Lord Chancellor's Dept 563-4w

    Solicitors, Fraud 431w

    Standards, Lord Chancellor's Dept 341w

    Wood, Lord Chancellor's Dept 974w

Wishart, Pete

                  Chamber Debates


    Business questions 1051

    Manpower, Scotland Office 131

    Minimum wage, Dept for Education and Skills 190w

    Minimum wage, Dept for Work and Pensions 800-1w

    Minimum wage, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 203w

    Minimum wage, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 760w

    Music, Crime 10

    Rail passenger partnership scheme 47w

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