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Ladyman, Stephen, Minister of State, Dept for Transport

                  Chamber Debates

    Roads, Accidents (07.06.2005) 1218-24


    A3, Hindhead 7w

    Aviation, Insurance 64w

    British Merchant Fleet 135w

    Bus services, Concessions 63w

    Bus services, Regulation 538-9

    Driving, Licensing 9w

    Driving under influence 616-7w

    EC action, Dept for Transport 129-31w

    EC law, Dept for Transport 276-8w

    EC presidency, Dept for Transport 554w

    Heathrow Airport 554

    Lorries, Safety 170w

    M1, Walls and fences 65w

    M5, Traffic lights 9w

    Motor vehicles, Excise duties 620w

    Motor vehicles, Exhaust emissions 553-4w

    Motor vehicles, Registration 8w

    Motorcycles, Noise 65w

    Motorways, Accidents 134w

    Motorways, Construction 10w

    Motorways, Graffiti 132w

    Motorways, Road signs and markings 169w

    Motorways, Speed limits 9w

    Petrol alternatives 7w

    Public transport, Greater Manchester 63w

    Public transport, Nottingham 552

    Road traffic offences 133w

    Roads, Closures 62w

    Roads, Isle of Sheppey 544

    Roads, Repairs and maintenance 12w

    Roads, Solar power 281w

    Shipping, Terrorism 283w

    Speed limits, Greater London 619w

    Speed limits, Isle of Wight 450-2w

    Speed limits, South Yorkshire 450w

    Transport, Climate change 63w

Laing, Mrs Eleanor


    Group of Eight, Scotland 1114-5

    Nuclear power stations, Scotland 1110-1

Lamb, Norman

                  Chamber Debates

    Queen's speech, Industry (19.05.2005) 326, 369-73


    Debts, Developing countries 855

Lammy, David, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Dept for Culture Media and Sport


    Festivals and special occasions, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 264w

    Royal Parks Constabulary 268w



    General practitioners 223w

Lancaster, Mark

                  Chamber Debates

    Maiden speech (06.06.2005) 1070-3

    Natural Environment and Rural Communities Bill, 2R (06.06.2005) 1070-3


    Cancer, Children 232w

    Territorial Army 467w


    Inheritance tax 294w

Land use


Lansley, Mr Andrew

                  Chamber Debates

    Queen's speech, Health services (24.05.2005) 560-9


    Care homes, Fees and charges 585-6w

    Compulsorily detained mental patients, Young people 434w

    Dental services 422w

    Dental services, Fees and charges 628w

    Elderly, Death rate 16-7w

    Fertility, Medical treatments 531w

    General practitioners 586w

    Health services, Weather 84w

    Hospitals, Crimes of violence 126w

    In vitro fertilisation 230w

    National Institute for Clinical Excellence 126-7w

    NHS, Negligence 626w

    NHS, Working hours 222w

    Ophthalmic services 438w

    Weather, Health services 123w

Law centres

Law Society

    Dept of Trade and Industry 20w

Laws, Mr David

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Working tax credits (07.06.2005) 65-7wh


    Early retirement 377w

    Life expectancy 295w

    Pathways to work 122w

    Pensioners, Social security benefits 453w

    Pensions, Conferences 380w

    Pensions, Reform 380w

    Public expenditure, Dept for Work and Pensions 376-7w

    Social rented housing 401w

    Social security benefits 217w

    Social security benefits, Automated credit transfer 121w, 217w

    Standards, Dept for Work and Pensions 380-1w

    Tax allowances, Pensions 203w

    10 Downing Street, Repairs and maintenance 304w

    Welfare tax credits 301w

    Welfare tax credits, Fraud 292w

Laxton, Mr Bob


Lazarowicz, Mr Mark

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Developing countries, HIV infection 149w

    High speed trains 545

    House of Commons, Reform 446w

    Renewable energy, Scotland 1115-6

Leadership incentive grant

Leading edge programme

Learning disability


    Syrian Arab Republic 70-1w

Leech, John

                  Chamber Debates

    Maiden speech (25.05.2005) 793-6

    Queen's speech, Economic situation (25.05.2005) 793-6


    Dental services 81w

    Primary care trusts 438w

Legal aid

    Domestic violence 354w

    Travelling people 584w

Legal aid scheme

Legal opinion

Legal profession


    Dept for Constitutional Affairs 9ws

    Northern Ireland 501w

Legislative drafting

    Parliamentary scrutiny 446w


    Community support officers 414

    Traffic wardens 326w

Leigh, Mr Edward

                  Chamber Debates

    Queen's speech, Politics and government (23.05.2005) 465-8


Letwin, Rt Hon Oliver

                  Chamber Debates

    Natural Environment and Rural Communities Bill, 2R (06.06.2005) 1015-26, 1029, 1091

    Oral question time intervention (09.06.2005) 1372


    Aviation, Exhaust emissions 181w

    Exhaust emissions, Aviation 181w

Levitt, Mr Tom

                  Chamber Debates

    Natural Environment and Rural Communities Bill, 2R (06.06.2005) 1008, 1012, 1021-2

    Queen's speech, Politics and government (23.05.2005) 427, 434


    Business questions 875

    Whaley Bridge Town Council 1237

Lewis, Mr Ivan, Economic Secretary to the Treasury

                  Chamber Debates

    Finance Bill, 2R (07.06.2005) 1181

    Regulation of Financial Services (Land Transactions) Bill, 1R (25.05.2005) 707


    Bank services, Fees and charges 85w

    Debts, Developing countries 293-4w

    Economic and monetary union 86w

    Income tax, Tax rates and bands 681-2w

    International assistance, Vaccination 194-5w

    Life expectancy 295w

    Manufacturing industries 194w

    Rover Group, Insolvency 682w

    Tax allowances, Pensions 203w

    Taxation, Economic situation 864-5

    VAT, Audio recordings 88w

Lewis, Dr Julian

                  Chamber Debates

    Debates, Points of order (26.05.2005) 880

    Queen's speech, Health services (24.05.2005) 575, 581


    Armed forces, Redundancy 466w

    AWE Aldermaston 465w

    Civil service, Equal opportunities 556

    Public sector net cash requirement 860-1

    Type 45 destroyers, Tomahawk missiles 468w


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