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Oaten, Mr Mark

                  Chamber Debates


    Aerials, Health hazards 1458w

    Asylum, Administrative delays 1016

    Community service orders, Greater London 1416w

    Disability aids, Housing 326-7w

    Driving offences, Cellular phones 742w

    Learning and Skills Council for England, Finance 2143-4w

    NHS, Identity cards 147w

    Offender assessment system 2072w

    Passports, Greater London 1430w

    Prison accommodation 1124w

    Prisoners, Children 1604w

    Procurement, Home Office 2052w

    Public expenditure, Home Office 2058w

    Public protection panels 1113w

    Regional offender managers 2093w

    Stop and search, Ethnic groups 2097w

    Tour operators, Insolvency 275-6w

    Workers' registration scheme 2043-4w

O'Brien, Mr Mike, Minister of State for E-Commerce Energy and Competitiveness, Dept of Trade and Industry

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Birds Eye Walls, Grimsby (10.11.04) 271-4wh


    Carbon dioxide, Air pollution 1913-4w

    Coal, Government assistance 1916w

    Coal gasification 358w

    Digital technology, Standards 1305-6w

    Electric cables, North Yorkshire 833w

    Electricity, North Yorkshire 767w

    Electricity, Rural areas 356-7w

    Electromagnetic fields, Health hazards 767-8w

    Electronic government, EC action 1622w

    Emissions trading scheme 768w

    Energy, Conservation 1920w

    Energy, Public sector 1921w

    Energy, Reserves 362w

    Energy supply, Sub-Saharan Africa 1920w

    Euratom Joint Research Centre 1626w

    Independent Committee for Supervision of Telephone Services 1312w

    International Atomic Energy Agency, Conferences 1931w

    Manufacturing industries, Government assistance 1084-5w

    Natural gas, Distribution 768-9w

    Natural gas, Licensing 1940w

    Nuclear Decommissioning Authority 460w

    Nuclear power, Accidents 1792w

    Nuclear power stations, Information technology 367w

    Nuclear reactors, France 1939w

    Oil fired power stations 1627w

    Pipelines, Security 1081w

    Radioactive Waste Management Committee 1946w

    Radioactive wastes, Russia 769w

    Renewable energy, Government assistance 1920w

    Renewable energy, Research 86-7w

    Sellafield, Mixed oxide fuel 1948w

    Telecommunications, Non-domestic rates 1949-50w

    Telephone services, Complaints 1311-2w

    Trans-European networks 839w

    Unsolicited goods and services, Telephones 772-3w

    Wind power, Environmental impact assessment 837w

    Wind power, North Yorkshire 1086w

O'Brien, Mr Stephen

                  Chamber Debates

    Hunting Bill, Money res and Lords amendts (16.11.04) 1280


    Animal experiments, Intimidation 367-8w

    Business, Regulation 1911w

    Crime, Retail trade 2093w

    Employment Tribunals Service, Appeals 833-4w

    Public bodies, Dept of Trade and Industry 1913w

    Regulatory impact assessments 1946w

O'Brien, Mr William


    Glass, Planning permission 67w

    Home energy efficiency scheme 2040-1w

    Interest rates, Mortgages 908-9

    Local government, Reform 1343

    Members, Correspondence 2055w

    Pontefract Infirmary 153

    Railways, Timetables 1146

Occupational health

Offender assessment system


Offensive weapons

Office for Fair Access

Office for National Statistics

    Supply estimates 44ws

    Sustainable Energy (CHP Provisions) Order 2003 25w

Office for Standards in Education

Office of Fair Trading

Office of Surveillance Commissioners

Office of the Deputy Prime Minister

    Electronic publishing 746w

    Information technology 452w

    Ministerial policy advisors 183-4w

    Official residences 1737w

    Recruitment 67w

    Regulatory impact assessments 1229w

    Sustainable Energy (CHP Provisions) Order 2003 440w

Office of the Minister for Women

    see Minister for Women

Office of the Secretary of State for Wales

    Freedom of information 1714w

    Information officers 7w

    Information technology 1543w

    Temporary employment 444w


    Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1075-6w

    Dept for Culture Media and Sport 510w

    Dept for Education and Skills 929w

    Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 823w, 1002-3w

    Dept for International Development 205w, 557w

    Dept of Trade and Industry 832w

    Foreign and Commonwealth Office 519w

    Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 6-7w, 1714w

Official cars

Official engagements

Official hospitality

    Dept for Constitutional Affairs 617-8w

    Dept for Culture Media and Sport 512w

    Dept for Education and Skills 758-9w

    Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 818-9w

    Dept for International Development 557-8w

    Dept for Transport 573w

    Dept for Work and Pensions 1200w

    Fair trade initiative 363w

    Foreign and Commonwealth Office 724-5w

    Northern Ireland Office 1044w

    Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 746-7w

Official Receiver

Official Report

Official residences

    Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 354-5w

    Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1737w

Official Secrets Act 1989


Official visits

    Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 620w


    see Gas and Electricity Markets Authority


    see Office for Standards in Education


    see Office of Fair Trading

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