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Heald, Mr Oliver

                  Chamber Debates

    Transfer of questions, Points of order (07.06.2005) 1129, 1131


    Absent voting 43w

    Elections, Administration 40-1w

    Elections, Departmental responsibilities 412w

    Elections, Northern Ireland 545w

    Elections, Proof of identity 88-9w

    Freedom of information 541w

    General Election 2005, Costs 141w

    Judiciary, Public appointments 542w

    Legal aid, Domestic violence 354w

    Legal aid, Travelling people 584w

    Local government, Elections 584w

    Lord Chancellor's Dept 625w

    Lord Chief Justice 357w

    Magistrates' courts, Closures 638w

    Ministerial policy advisors, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 545-6w

    Supreme court, Buildings 546w

    Trials, Terrorism 546w

Healey, John, Financial Secretary to the Treasury

                  Chamber Debates

    Finance Bill, 2R (07.06.2005) 1207-13

    Taxation, Disclosure of information (24.05.2005) 670-3, 675-6


    Alcoholic drinks, Misuse 678-9w

    Childbirth, Lincolnshire 298w

    Climate change levy, Manufacturing industries 862-3

    Consultants, Treasury 681w

    Crown Estate Commissioners, Shetland 153-4w

    EC presidency, Treasury 303w

    Economic situation 302w

    Elderly, Death rate 16-7w

    Employment, Autism 196w

    Manufacturing industries, Greater London 570-1w

    Members, Correspondence 85w

    Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus 87w

    Office for National Statistics, Standards 194w

    Private finance initiative, Treasury 571w

    Public sector, Procurement 682-4w

    Registration of births deaths and marriages 75-80w, 86w

    Unemployment, Greater London 684-5w


Health Care Commission

    see Healthcare Commission

Health education

Health hazards

    Electromagnetic fields 527w

Health professions

Health services

    Queen's speech (24.05.2005) 560-669

Healthcare Commission

Hearing aids

Hearing impaired

    Medical examinations 416w

Heart diseases

Heath, Mr David

                  Chamber Debates

    Queen's speech, Politics and government (23.05.2005) 426

    Recess motions (26.05.2005) 885-90

    Renewable energy (06.06.2005) 1101-5

    Whitsun adjournment debate intervention (26.05.2005) 955

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Licensing laws, Village halls (08.06.2005) 135-7wh


    Excise duties, Alcoholic drinks 195-6w

    Iraq, Peace keeping operations 285w

Heathcoat-Amory, Rt Hon David

                  Chamber Debates

    European Constitution Treaty (06.06.2005) 997-8


    Office for National Statistics, Standards 194w

Heathrow Airport

    Proof of identity 656w

Hedges and ditches

    Northern Ireland 366w

Hemming, John

                  Chamber Debates

    Maiden speech (19.05.2005) 366-8

    Queen's speech, Industry (19.05.2005) 366-9


    Cellular phones, Health hazards 533-4w

    General Election 2005 355w

    General practitioners 427w

    Higher education, Catering 210w

    Housing, Low incomes 391w

    Housing, South East region 674-5w

    Indian Ocean tsunami, Disaster relief 249w

    Iraq, Peace keeping operations 467w

    National insurance 296w

    Neighbourhood Renewal Fund 163w

    New deal for communities 411-2w

    Pedestrian crossings 280w

    Police, Databases 519w

    Pupil exclusions 694w

    Safer Stronger Communities Fund 413w

    Sure start programme 215w

    Teachers, Crimes of violence 351-2w

    TETRA, Health hazards 524w

Henderson, Mr Doug

                  Chamber Debates

    European Constitution Treaty (06.06.2005) 998

    Finance Bill, 2R (07.06.2005) 1147-9


    Olympic Games, Greater London 699

Hendrick, Mr Mark

                  Chamber Debates

    European Constitution Treaty (06.06.2005) 1001


    Business questions 1398

Hendry, Mr Charles

                  Chamber Debates



Hepburn, Mr Stephen

                  Chamber Debates

    Consumer Credit Bill, 2R (09.06.2005) 1409, 1414


    Aircraft carriers, Procurement 981

    Energy, Conservation 1382

Herbert, Nick

                  Chamber Debates

    Natural Environment and Rural Communities Bill, 2R (06.06.2005) 1078-82


Hercules aircraft

Heritage Lottery Fund

Hermon, Lady


    Airguns, Northern Ireland 597-9w

    Antisocial behaviour orders, Northern Ireland 359w

    Asylum, Northern Ireland 653-4w

    Beta-interferon, Northern Ireland 13-4w

    Common agricultural policy, Northern Ireland 594-5w

    Dementia, Northern Ireland 595w

    Dietary supplements 83w

    Disabled, Northern Ireland 363w

    Education, Northern Ireland 358-9w

    Emergency services, Crimes of violence 363-5w

    Glaucoma, Northern Ireland 366w

    HIV infection, Northern Ireland 366w

    Homelessness, Northern Ireland 501w

    Hospitals, Northern Ireland 367-8w

    Housing, Northern Ireland 366-7w

    Incapacity benefit, Northern Ireland 599w

    Legislation, Northern Ireland 501w

    Naturalisation, Northern Ireland 654-5w

    Prostate cancer, Northern Ireland 373w

    Racial discrimination, Northern Ireland 373-4w

    Regeneration, Northern Ireland 368-9w

    Renewable energy, Northern Ireland 374w

    Royal Irish Regiment 580w

    Royal Ulster Constabulary, Early retirement 600-1w

    Secondary education, Northern Ireland 120w

    Sexual offences, Northern Ireland 58w

    Shopping centres, Belfast 641w

    Sportsgrounds, Northern Ireland 370w

    Talented athlete programme 270w

    Terrorism, Northern Ireland 372w


    Health professions 420w

    Health services 436w

    Secondary education 348w

    Small businesses 461w

Hertfordshire Constabulary

Hesford, Stephen

                  Chamber Debates

Hewitt, Rt Hon Patricia, Secretary of State for Health

                  Chamber Debates

    Queen's speech, Health services (24.05.2005) 569-78

                  Written Statements

    EU Employment Social Policy Health and Consumer Affairs Council 27-8ws

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