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    Government assistance 1916w

Coal gasification

Coastal areas

Cohen, Harry

                  Chamber Debates

    Children Bill (HL), Programme motion, Rep and 3R (02.11.04) 220-3

    European Council, Brussels Summit (EC) (08.11.04) 582


    Ballistic missile defence, USA 551w

    British Transport Police, Community support officers 890w

    British Transport Police, Finance 489w

    Chemicals, Malaysia 1810w

    Developing countries, Rural areas 1522w

    Iraq conflict, Legal opinion 697w

    Nature conservation, South East Asia 1476w

    Police, Protective clothing 1578-9w

    Tibet, Prisoners 724w

Cold weather payments

    Newcastle-under-Lyme 1649w


Colorectal cancer

Combined heat and power

Commemorative coins

Commission for Africa

Commission for Equality and Human Rights

Committee Examining Radiation Risks of Internal Emitters

Committee on Radioactive Waste Management

    see Radioactive Waste Management Committee

Committee on Standards in Public Life

    Public appointments 2ws

Common agricultural policy

    Developing countries 2009w

Common land

    Sites of special scientific interest 445w

Common sugar regime


Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002



Community care

Community development

Community energy initiative

Community health councils

Community Housing Task Force

Community Legal Service

Community nurses

Community policing

Community Punishment and Rehabilitation Service

    see National Probation Service for England and Wales

Community relations

    Newcastle-under-Lyme 2046w

Community service orders

Community support officers

    British Transport Police 890w

    Newcastle-under-Lyme 1570w

Community transport


Companies Act 1985


Companies Act 1985 (International Accounting Standards and Other Accounting Amendments) Regulations 2004

                  Chamber Debates

Companies (Fees) Regulations 2004

                  Chamber Debates

"Companies Registry Annual Report, 2002-03"

Company cars

Company law

Complementary medicine


Compulsory purchase

Computer software


Conditional cautions

Conditional fee agreements

Conditions of employment


Conductive education

Congo (Kinshasa)

    See Democratic Republic of Congo

Connarty, Mr Michael





    Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 1547w

    Dept for Culture Media and Sport 41w, 774w

    Dept for Education and Skills 976w

    Dept for Work and Pensions 341w

    Dept of Trade and Industry 1916w

    Foreign and Commonwealth Office 405w

    Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1346-7w

    Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 6w, 564-5w

Consumer goods



Contact orders


Contempt of Court Act 1981




    Foreign and Commonwealth Office 864w

    Northern Ireland Fire Brigade 332w

    Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1276-7w

Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species

Convention on the Future of Europe

    Dept for International Development 700-1w


    Antisocial behaviour 190w

Conway, Derek

                  Chamber Debates

    Ministers, Points of order (09.11.04) 720

    Police (09.11.04) 713


    Blood, Screening 387w

    Ministers, Medals 450w


Corbyn, Jeremy

                  Chamber Debates

    Ulster Defence Association (15.11.04) 1034

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Ilois, Resettlement (03.11.04) 125wh


    Belmarsh Prison, Detainees 1023

    Health services, Iraq 392w

    Interception warrants, Northern Ireland 1777-8w

    Iran, Nuclear weapons 76w

    Iraq, Depleted uranium 103w

    Ivory Coast, Armed conflict 864-5w

    Military alliances, USA 1841w

    Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty 76-7w

    Police, Islington 308w

    Shared ownership schemes, Islington 1350-2w

    Youth services, Greater London 70-2w

Cormack, Sir Patrick

                  Chamber Debates

    House of Commons sessional orders (03.11.04) 373, 375

    Hunting Bill, Money res and Lords amendts (16.11.04) 1282

    Hunting Bill, Points of order (17.11.04) 1355, (18.11.04) 1471, 1503

    Hunting Bill, Lords amendts (18.11.04) 1490

    Northern Ireland government, Points of order (17.11.04) 1441


    Overseas aid 919

    Zimbabwe, Human rights 685



    Community support officers 608w

    Neighbourhood wardens 258w


Corporate manslaughter

Corporate Nuisance Telephone Calls Bill 2003/04

                  Chamber Debates

Corporation tax


    Ministry of Defence 1538w

Cotter, Brian


    Antisocial behaviour orders, Somerset 878-9w

    Land mines, Bomb disposal 1525w

    Land mines, Falkland Islands 1824-5w

    Pension credit, Weston-super-Mare 912-3w

    Police, Somerset 901w

    Schools, Transport 595w

Council housing

Council of Ministers

    Foreign and Commonwealth Office 631w

    Northern Ireland Office 234-5w

Council tax

    Empty property 62w

    Metropolitan districts 61-2w

Council tax benefits

    Newcastle-under-Lyme 1648w

Council tax capping


Counter Fraud Services Directorate

Counterfeit manufacturing


Countryside Agency

Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000

                  Written Statements

County Antrim

County Londonderry

    Foreign investment in UK 1766w

County Tyrone


Cousins, Mr Jim


    Building schools for the future programme, Newcastle upon Tyne 2161w

    Consultants, Home Office 732-3w

    Council tax, Greater London 61-2w

    Gaming clubs, Planning permission 451w

    Home energy efficiency scheme, Newcastle upon Tyne 1005-6w

    Hospital beds 162

    Manpower, Dept for Work and Pensions 1880-2w

    State retirement pensions 914-6w


Cox, Mr Tom

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Accident and emergency departments, Crimes of violence 132w

    Aerials, Planning permission 182-3w

    Agency nurses, Greater London 385w

    Alcoholism, Greater London 310w

    Alzheimer's disease, Greater London 134w

    Armed forces, Equipment 1839w

    Asbestos, Waste disposal 1648w

    Battersea Power Station 1731w

    Breast cancer, Greater London 530w

    Bus lanes, Greater London 715w

    Bus services, Crimes of violence 157w

    Care homes, Greater London 651w

    Class sizes, Wandsworth 1531w

    Closed circuit television, Greater London 295w

    Crime, Greater London 190w

    Crimes of violence, Greater London 200w

    Dementia, Greater London 134w

    Dental services, Greater London 532-3w

    Disabled, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1707w

    Disabled, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 1800w

    Disabled, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 2028w

    Disabled, Dept for International Development 1727w

    Disabled, Dept for Transport 1855w

    Disabled, Dept for Work and Pensions 1883-4w

    Disabled, Dept of Health 1971w

    Disabled, Dept of Trade and Industry 1930w

    Disabled, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 1787w

    Disabled, Home Office 2063w

    Disabled, Ministry of Defence 1826w

    Disabled, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1732w

    Disabled, Prime Minister 1713w

    Driving, Insurance 575w

    Driving under influence, Reoffenders 1424w

    Drugs, Rehabilitation 1968w

    Electoral register, Wandsworth 704w

    Free school meals, Wandsworth 2132-3w

    Geriatrics, Greater London 172w

    Health education, Greater London 283w

    Health services, Greater London 176w

    Heathrow Airport, Air routes 573-4w

    HIV infection, Greater London 316w

    Hospices, Greater London 173w

    Hospital beds, Greater London 532w

    Hospital wards, Children 530-1w

    Hospitals, Greater London 540w

    Hospitals, Waiting lists 133w

    House of Commons, Security 270w

    Incapacity benefit, Wandsworth 1325-6w

    Indian subcontinent, Entry clearances 524w

    Industrial injuries disablement benefit, Asbestos 246-7w

    Influenza, Vaccination 1685w

    Iraq, Peace keeping operations 1834-5w

    Job creation, Wandsworth 1271w

    Kidnapping, Children 187w

    Landfill, Greater London 1028w

    Medicine, Education 760w

    Members, Correspondence 49-50w

    Metropolitan Police, Manpower 896w

    Metropolitan Police, Per capita costs 194-5w

    Metropolitan Police, Racial discrimination 301w

    Midwives, Training 653w

    NHS, Complaints 540w

    NHS, Public appointments 538w

    Nurses, Foreign workers 539w

    Older workers, Unemployment 25-6w

    Overseas students, Employment 1455-6w

    Overseas students, Fees and charges 287w

    Overseas visitors, Entry clearances 1560w

    Parking, Disabled 491w

    Patrol craft, Fisheries 1052w

    Pensioners, Means tested benefits 427w

    Pensioners, Poverty 1895w

    Police, Disciplinary proceedings 613w

    Police, Road traffic control 1613w

    Police, Wandsworth 901w

    Prisons, Body searches 1127w

    Prostitution, Immigrants 1454w

    Pupil exclusions, Greater London 2158w

    Racially aggravated offences, Greater London 2092w

    Railway stations, Vandalism 829w

    Roads, Greater London 490w

    St George's Hospital Tooting, Hearing impaired 386w

    St George's Hospital Tooting, In vitro fertilisation 386-7w

    St George's Hospital Tooting, Waiting lists 327w

    St Helena, Transport 482w

    Sexual offences, Registration 742w

    Sexually transmitted diseases, Greater London 1695w

    Social rented housing, Wandsworth 1212w

    Social security benefits, Fraud 341-2w

    Social services, Elderly 635-6w

    Speed limits, Greater London 1455w

    Street warden scheme, Wandsworth 1729-30w

    Surgery, Greater London 532w

    Television, Licensing 918w

    Tobacco, Advertising 653w

    Transport for London, Finance 830-1w

    Unemployment, Greater London 436w

    Wandsworth, Dept for Education and Skills 2146-8w

    World Health Organisation, Taiwan 327w

    World War II, Channel Islands 843w

    Young offender institutions, Crimes of violence 1150-2w

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