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    Dept for Culture Media and Sport 669w

    Dept for International Development 1337w

    Dept for Work and Pensions 1443w

    Dept of Trade and Industry 291-2w

    Foreign and Commonwealth Office 603w

    Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1240-1w

    Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 547w


Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention


Biosafety Protocol

Birds of prey


    Education maintenance allowance 147w

    Primary education 36w

    Rapid transit systems 1356w

Birmingham Heartlands and Solihull NHS Trust (Teaching)

    Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus 971w


Blackman, Mrs Liz


    Hand-arm vibration syndrome 857w

Blair, Rt Hon Tony, Prime Minister, First Lord of the Treasury and Minister for the Civil Service

                  Chamber Debates

    Drugs Bill, 1R (16.12.2004) 1829

    European Council, Ministerial statements (20.12.2004) 1919-20, 1922-34

    Queen's speech (23.11.2004) 20-7, 33

                  Written Statements


    Aerials, Aylesbury 823w

    Animal experiments 630

    Antisocial behaviour, Chewing gum 1164

    Application for Indefinite Leave to Remain Inquiry 1664

    Army, Scotland 632

    Bed and breakfast accommodation 1659

    Cabinet committees 695w

    Child Trust Fund 1666

    Children, Liverpool 1665

    Christmas cards, Prime Minister 1350-1w

    City academies, Newcastle upon Tyne 822w

    Committee on Standards in Public Life 624

    Consumers, Credit 1163

    Council housing, Property transfer 1163-4

    Developing countries, Poverty 1162-3

    Dietary supplements 631

    Disabled, Prime Minister 1351w

    Education action zones 1165

    Electronic government, Prime Minister 5w

    Email, Prime Minister 1603w

    Equatorial Guinea, Military coups 325w

    France, International assistance 6w

    Freedom of information, Prime Minister 1351w

    Gaming clubs 5w

    Germany, Foreign relations 1603w

    Government departments, Data protection 1202w

    Harold Shipman Tribunal of Inquiry 1663

    Heanor Memorial Hospital 1664

    Hospices, Children 1663

    Housing, South East region 623

    Indonesia, Foreign relations 1156-7

    Industrial accidents, India 631

    Industry, Plymouth 629

    Insurance, Taxation 1168

    Iraq, Nuclear weapons 5-6w

    Members, Correspondence 325w

    Mental Capacity Bill 2003/04 then 2004/05, Free votes 1658

    Ministerial Committee on the Intelligence Services 326w

    Ministers, Press 822w

    Northern Ireland government 1159

    Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty, Pakistan 822-3w

    Official engagements, Prime Minister 566w

    Pensioners, Council tax benefits 1165-6

    Personal injury, Compensation 629-30

    Police, Disciplinary proceedings 1163

    Ports, Great Yarmouth 1658

    Roads, West Midlands 626

    Royal Regiment of Fusiliers 625-6

    Secondary education, Standards 624-5

    Swan Hunter Shipbuilders 623

    Telephone services, Fraud 1662-3

    Terrorism, Greater London 5w

    Thames Gateway, Infrastructure 1161

    Tomlinson, Jane 629

    Travelling people, Land use 1665-6

    Treaties, Ethnic groups 1202w

    UK membership of EC, Prime Minister 1352w

    USA, Climate change 5w

    USA, Foreign relations 143w

    WMD Intelligence Review Committee 1005w

    Written questions, Prime Minister 143w, 1353w

Blears, Ms Hazel, Minister of State, Home Office

                  Chamber Debates

    Queen's speech, Politics and government (29.11.2004) 419, 462-6

                  Written Statements

    "Inner London Magistrates' Courts Service Accounts 2000/01" 152ws

    Secondhand goods, Kent 172ws


    Acceptable behaviour contracts 1526w

    Antisocial behaviour orders, Gloucestershire 1162-4w

    Antisocial behaviour orders, Greater London 626w

    Antisocial behaviour orders, Lancashire 1537-40w

    Antisocial behaviour, Crosby 1531-4w

    Antisocial behaviour, Housing 1525-6w

    Antisocial behaviour, Licensed premises 1546w

    Antisocial behaviour, Young offenders 1500-1w

    Closed circuit television, Wandsworth 1021-2w

    Community policing, West Midlands 636-7w

    Community safety accreditation schemes 1166w

    Community safety local partnerships, Kent 635-6w

    Community support officers 1022w

    Community support officers, Greater London 740w

    Community support officers, Merseyside 1541w

    Community support officers, Powers 132w

    Crime, Greater London 1544w

    Crime, Yorkshire and Humberside 637-8w

    Crime, Young people 639w

    Domestic violence, Lancashire 639w

    Fireworks, Fixed penalties 49-50w

    Metropolitan Police, Allowances 643w

    Metropolitan Police, Special constables 1554w

    Metropolitan Police, Training 646w

    National Missing Persons Helpline, Finance 1549-50w

    North Yorkshire Police, Finance 1505w

    Police, Bureaucracy 646w

    Police, Cost effectiveness 644-5w

    Police, Disciplinary proceedings 1182w

    Police, Finance 50w

    Police, Manpower 50w

    Police, Nottinghamshire 643

    Police, Pensions 746w

    Police, Wandsworth 646w

    Police stations, Essex 1026w

    Secure accommodation 1182w

    Special constables, Training 648w

    Terrorism, Stop and search 649w

    West Midlands Police, Community support officers 740w


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Blizzard, Mr Bob

                  Chamber Debates

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Democratic Republic of Congo, Rain forests (07.12.2004) 109-11wh


    Aggregates, Dredging 189w

    Democratic Republic of Congo, Overseas aid 1136w

    Health services, Planning 237-8w

    Schools, Enterprise advisers 759

Blood alcohol levels

Blue badge scheme

Blunkett, David

Blunkett, Rt Hon David, Secretary of State for the Home Dept until 15December 2004

                  Chamber Debates

    Identity Cards Bill, 1R (29.11.2004) 376

    Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill, 1R (24.11.2004) 102

    Serious Organised Crime and Police Bill, 2R (07.12.2004) 1042-59, 1064, 1069

                  Written Statements

    "Home Office Autumn Performance Report,2004" 52-3ws

    Religious hatred, Incitement 81-4ws


    Application for Indefinite Leave to Remain Inquiry 1021w, 1165w

    Members, Correspondence 389w

    Security, X Rays 846w

    Stop and search 845w

Blunt, Mr Crispin

                  Chamber Debates

    Mental Capacity Bill, Programme motion, Rep and 3R (14.12.2004) 1572

    Queen's speech, Economic policy (01.12.2004) 648, 650

    Queen's speech, Foreign policy (24.11.2004) 114, 117, (24.11.2004) 200-4

    Ukraine (29.11.2004) 371


    Defence, Procurement 352

    Housing, South East region 623

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