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Heald, Mr Oliver

                  Chamber Debates

    Unparliamentary expressions, Points of order (22.06.2005) 912

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service 276w

    Community justice centres, Liverpool 460w

    Community justice centres, Salford 178w

    Compensation, Regulation 178-9w

    Constituencies, Reform 183w

    Elections, Local government 468w

    Electoral register 180w

    Electoral register, Access 181w

    Electronic government 112w

    Electronic voting 470w

    Industrial health and safety 184w

    Judiciary, Pensions 182w

    Legal advice and assistance, Victims 184w

    Local government, Elections 388w

    Personal injury, Compensation 183-4w

    Political parties, Northern Ireland 864w

    Registration of births deaths and marriages 155w

Healey, John, Financial Secretary to the Treasury

                  Chamber Debates

    Consolidated Fund (Appropriation) Bill, 1R (30.06.2005) 1542


    Alcoholic drinks, Greater London 929-30w

    Average earnings, Greater London 51w

    Average earnings, Haringey 933-4w

    Average earnings, South West region 1162-6w

    Breast cancer, Death rate 338-9w

    Bureaucracy, Treasury 943w

    Carbon dioxide, Pollution control 700-1w

    Census, Ethnic groups 1289w

    Clostridium, Death 49w

    Contracts, Treasury 1291w

    Cost effectiveness, Treasury 576w

    Council tax, Forecasts 339w

    Economic growth, Forecasts 937w

    Economic situation 936w

    Employment, Haringey 936w

    Heart diseases, Gloucestershire 804-5w

    Hepatitis, Burton on Trent 577w

    Hospitals, Death 940w

    Housing, Prices 341w

    Immigration, EC enlargement 287-8w

    Infant mortality 800w

    Internet, Treasury 578w

    Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus, Middlesbrough 939-40w

    National income, Statistics 1297-8w

    Partnerships UK 342w

    Pensioners, Haringey 934w

    Population, Greater London 941-2w

    Public sector, Consultants 1290w

    Registration of births deaths and marriages, Digital technology 1289-90w

    Shared ownership schemes 577-8w

    Small businesses, Greater London 344-8w

    Tax avoidance, Self-employed 937w

    Tax credit, Research 344w

    Taxation, Aviation 338w

    Taxation, Economic situation 348-9w

    Taxation, Handbooks 580w

    Taxation, Planning obligations 940-1w

    Teenage pregnancy, Portsmouth 1300w

    Telephones, Treasury 349w

    Testicular cancer, Hartlepool 707-8w

    Trade union officials, Treasury 349-50w

    Unemployment, East Riding 351-2w


Health and Safety Executive

Health authorities

Health Development Agency

Health education

Health hazards

Health professions

    Armed forces 14w

Health Protection Agency

Health services

Healthcare Commission

Hearing aids

Hearing impaired

    Northern Ireland 952w

    Special educational needs 1632w

Heart diseases

    Medical treatments 794

Heath, Mr David

                  Chamber Debates

    Finance Bill, Com (13.06.2005) 56-7

    Identity Cards Bill, 2R (28.06.2005) 1188, 1260

    National Lottery Bill, 2R (14.06.2005) 208

    Racial and Religious Hatred Bill, 2R (21.06.2005) 682-3, 687

    Special educational needs (22.06.2005) 839


    Electoral register 18

    Government departments, Advertising 1149

    Homicide, Sentencing 393-4

    Licensing laws, Festivals and special occasions 53w

Heathcoat-Amory, Rt Hon David

                  Chamber Debates

    EC budget (15.06.2005) 318, (20.06.2005) 540


    European External Action Service 329w

    Extradition, USA 394

    Jobseeker's allowance, Overseas residence 263w

Heathrow Airport

    Immigration controls 1249w


Heavily indebted poor countries initiative

Hedges and ditches


    Police Service of Northern Ireland 1330w

    Type 22 frigates 446w

Hemel Hempstead

    Rehabilitation centres 1104w

Hemel Hempstead Hospital

Hemming, John

                  Chamber Debates

    Africa, Poverty (30.06.2005) 1505

    Racial and Religious Hatred Bill, 2R (21.06.2005) 722

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Housing, Disadvantaged (30.06.2005) 514-5wh


    Animal welfare, Poultry 673w

    Cellular phones, Health hazards 799w

    Charity Commission 754w

    Council tax, Second homes 405w

    Council tax, Tax yields 1038w

    Electoral register, Woking 814w

    Ethnic groups, Dept of Trade and Industry 238-9w

    Exhaust emissions, Aircraft 1187w

    General practitioners, Audit 1096w

    Hospitals, Birmingham 649w

    Identification of criminals 1462w

    Local government, Directors 547-8w

    National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence 1381w

    Police custody, Death 168w

    Public Order Act 1986, Prosecutions 895-6w

    Roads, Accidents 422w

    Safer Stronger Communities Fund 1319-20w

    Speed limits, Cameras 423w

    Supermarkets, Competition 1409w

    Supply teachers 358w

    Sure start programme, Maternity payments 717-8w

    Telephones, Unsolicited goods and services 259-60, 1241w

Henderson, Mr Doug

                  Chamber Debates

    European Union (30.06.2005) 1461

    Finance Bill, Com (13.06.2005) 35-6


Hendrick, Mr Mark

                  Chamber Debates

    EC budget (15.06.2005) 315, 355, (20.06.2005) 535

    Racial and Religious Hatred Bill, 2R (21.06.2005) 687, 725-7

Hendry, Mr Charles

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Rover Group (14.06.2005) 44-6wh


    Rover Group, Disclosure of information 1770w

    Rover Group, Government assistance 903w

    Rover Group, Insolvency 902-3w

    Special educational needs, Autism 185w

    Territorial Army, Manpower 446-7w


    Burton on Trent 577w

    Health education 653w

    Medical treatments 309w

Hepburn, Mr Stephen

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    British Virgin Islands, Accidents (28.06.2005) 398-9wh


    British Virgin Islands, Accidents 1285w

    Tunnels, River Tyne 1134

Herbal medicine

Herbert, Nick



Hercules aircraft



Hermon, Lady


    Absent voting, Northern Ireland 1076w

    Accident and emergency departments, Sick leave 89-90w

    Aerospace industry, Northern Ireland 1462-3w

    Avian influenza, Disease control 240-1w

    Beaches, Northern Ireland 875-6w

    Belfast City Airport, Planning permission 381w

    Classroom assistants, Northern Ireland 1322-3w

    Community hospitals, Northern Ireland 952-3w

    Crimes of violence, Sports 402w

    Demonstrations, Belfast 1329w

    Demonstrations, Northern Ireland 1157w

    Dental services, Northern Ireland 851w

    Disabled, Northern Ireland 1324w

    Disabled facilities grant 1592w

    Driving offences, Northern Ireland 1328-9w

    Drugs, Northern Ireland 382w

    Education maintenance allowance, Northern Ireland 90w

    Elections, Northern Ireland 1586w

    Emergency calls, Northern Ireland 94-5w

    Emergency services, Hoaxes and false alarms 385-6w

    English language, Northern Ireland 954w

    Environment protection, Northern Ireland 382w

    Farmers, Northern Ireland 853w

    General Election 2005, Northern Ireland 1586-8w

    Gifted children, Northern Ireland 845-6w

    Home care services, Northern Ireland 1323-4w

    Home education, Northern Ireland 855-6w

    Identity cards, Northern Ireland 857w

    Intimidation, Northern Ireland 847w

    Juries, Northern Ireland 1476w

    Leukaemia, Electric cables 94w

    Literacy, Northern Ireland 383w

    Members, Correspondence 864w

    Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus 105-6w

    Migrant workers, Northern Ireland 853w

    NHS, Crimes of violence 956w

    NHS Direct, Northern Ireland 956w

    Nitrates, Pollution control 1469w

    Northern Bank, Robbery 1074w

    Northern Ireland Assembly, Sinn Fein 1471w

    Northern Ireland education and library boards 658w

    Northern Ireland education and library boards, Finance 852w

    Northern Ireland Prison Service, Minorities 95-6w

    Northern Ireland Prison Service, Standards 864w

    Osteoporosis, Northern Ireland 93w

    Parades Commission, Operating costs 958w

    Pedestrian crossings, Northern Ireland 870w

    Pensions, Northern Ireland 384w

    Physical education, Northern Ireland 325-6w

    Planning permission, County Down 1073w

    Planning permission, Northern Ireland 385w, 662w

    Police, Northern Ireland 90-1w

    Police Oversight Commissioner 863-4w

    Police Service of Northern Ireland, Recruitment 958w

    Police Service of Northern Ireland, Vacancies 1330-1w

    Public libraries, Northern Ireland 858-9w

    Pupil exclusions, Northern Ireland 865-6w

    Religious hatred, Northern Ireland 1586-7w

    Revenue and Customs, Telephone services 1292w

    Road works, Northern Ireland 869-70w

    Secondary education, Northern Ireland 315w

    Sentencing, Northern Ireland 1587w

    Shared ownership schemes, Northern Ireland 50w

    Small businesses, Northern Ireland 962-3w

    Social rented housing, Northern Ireland 317-24w

    South Eastern Education and Library Board, Pedestrian crossings 1155w

    State retirement pensions, Females 1742w

    Stranmillis University College, Governing bodies 1740w

    Teachers, Industrial disputes 1467w

    Television, Licensing 530w

    Trading standards, Northern Ireland 1473-4w

    Transplant surgery, Northern Ireland 91w

    Ulster University, Disclosure of information 386-7w

    Unruly children, Northern Ireland 325w

    VAT, Religious buildings 1431w

    Waste disposal, Northern Ireland 387w


Hesford, Stephen

                  Chamber Debates

    Violent Crime Reduction Bill, 2R (20.06.2005) 559, 591, 616-7


Hewitt, Rt Hon Patricia, Secretary of State for Health

                  Written Statements

    "Department of Health Departmental Report 2005" 34ws


    Hospitals, Waiting lists 301w

    NHS treatment centres 144-5


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