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Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

    Debts 582-3w Bradshaw, Mr Ben, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs

                  Written Statements

    Animal products, Import controls 89ws

    Animals, Disease control 139ws

    Government laboratories, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 36ws

    Newcastle disease, Disease control 142-3ws

    "Veterinary Medicines Directorate Annual Report and Accounts 2004/05" 37ws

    Waste management 140-2ws, 145ws


    Abandoned vehicles, Waste disposal 412-3w

    Agriculture, Waste disposal 1519-20w

    Air pollution, Greater London 254-5w

    Air pollution, St Albans 1711-2w

    Air pollution, Warnings 957-8w

    Angling, Licensing 953-5w, 1154-6w

    Animal experiments 950-1w

    Animal experiments, Departmental responsibilities 2298-9w

    Animal products, Waste disposal 959w

    Animal welfare 1946w

    Animal welfare, Circuses 1w, 1946w, 1971w

    Animals, Antibiotics 243-4w

    Animals, Diseases 2828-9w

    Asbestos, Waste disposal 1946w

    Badgers 2299w

    Beef, Imports 1946-7w

    Beef, USA 951-2w

    Beekeeping, EC law 2w

    Birds, Imports 1947w

    Birds, Pest control 644-5w

    Bottles, Recycling 1964w

    Bovine tuberculosis 3w, 1948-51w

    Bovine tuberculosis, Compensation 413-4w, 1515-6w

    Bovine tuberculosis, Deer 1515w

    Bovine tuberculosis, Disease control 414w, 436-8, 564w, 951w, 1153w, 1515w, 1947-8w, 2299-301w

    Bovine tuberculosis, South West region 1948w

    BSE, Animal feed 1707-8w

    BSE, Disease control 2311-2w

    BSE, Goats 414w

    Carbon sequestration 3-4w

    Cattle, Ear tagging 953w

    Cetaceans 1952-3w

    Cetaceans, Conservation 247w, 645w, 1953w

    Cetaceans, EC action 245w

    Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005 433

    Compost, Waste disposal 2320w

    Dogs, Identification 646w

    Domestic wastes, Recycling 2320-2w

    Domestic wastes, Waste disposal 1158-9w

    Eggs, Imports 1954-5w

    EU Agriculture and Fisheries Council 2308w

    Farms, Hereford 650w

    Fish, Conservation 1968w

    Fish, Sales 249w

    Fisheries 441-2, 1958-9w

    Fisheries, Advisory bodies 2314w

    Fisheries, Diesel fuel 1967w

    Fishing catches 2308w

    Fly posting 2583w

    Fly tipping 418-25w, 565-6w, 647w

    Food, Landfill 2310w, 2832-4w

    Food, Waste disposal 2832-4w

    Foot and mouth disease, Compensation 955w

    Foot and mouth disease, Disease control 2309w

    Foot and mouth disease, EC action 250w

    Hazardous substances, Waste disposal 4-5w, 649w, 1159w

    International Whaling Commission 252w

    Landfill, Beddingham 1w

    Landfill, EC law 2310-1w

    Landfill, Regulation 1970w

    Litter 7w

    Litter, Smoking 1157-8w

    Livestock, Animal welfare 1519w

    Livestock, Compensation 1155w

    Livestock, Waste disposal 1518-9w, 1957w

    Marine animals, Noise 245-6w, 650-1w

    Members, Correspondence 1954w

    Mineral water 1515w

    Nappies, Environmental impact assessment 1282w

    Nappies, Recycling 1156w

    Nappies, Waste disposal 955w, 1155-6w

    Newcastle disease, Disease control 1964-5w, 2313w

    Packaging 9-10w

    Pets, Cemeteries 566-7w

    Pets, Markets 253w

    Plastics, Recycling 1157w

    Plastics, Waste disposal 953w

    Pollution, Fines 1965-6w

    Pollution control, Hertfordshire 1711w

    Potatoes, Ring rot disease 1966-7w

    Poultry, Animal welfare 1282-3w, 2307w

    Poultry, Avian influenza 1283-4w

    Quarantine 960-1w

    Railways, Pollution control 955-7w

    Recycling 651w, 1159-60w, 1967w

    Recycling, East Riding 1287w

    Recycling, Essex 652-3w

    Recycling, Greater London 10-1w, 1286-8w, 1971w, 2317-20w

    Recycling, Lancashire 653w

    Recycling, Standards 2319w

    Renewable energy, Wastes 1158w

    River Itchen, Pollution 958-9w

    River Thames, Fish 11w

    Scrapie, Compensation 2314w

    Scrapie, Disease control 2315-6w

    Seas and oceans, Acidification 1963w

    Seas and oceans, Leisure 440

    Seas and oceans, Pollution 246-7w

    State Veterinary Service, Manpower 1969w

    Stray dogs 1522w

    Toner cartridges, Waste disposal 442

    Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 1970w

    Waste disposal, EC countries 961w

    Waste disposal, Gerrards Cross 958w

    Waste management 2834-5w

    Waste management, Licensing 12w

    Whales, Conservation 252-3w, 1041w

    Whales, Norway 430w

    White fish, North Sea 2309w Brady, Mr Graham

                  Chamber Debates

    Common agricultural policy, Reform (19.07.2005) 1101


    Adult education, Finance 2324-5w

    Adult education, Student numbers 2325w

    Common agricultural policy, Reform 1100-1

    Community education, Standards 150w

    EC action, Regulation 2430w

    Tumours 2786-7w Brake, Tom

                  Chamber Debates

    Crossrail Bill, 2R (19.07.2005) 1146-50, 1153, 1175

    Transport (05.07.2005) 176-7


    Culture, Minorities 552-3

    Lorry road user charge 278-9w, 697w, 1690w

    Parking, Fixed penalties 671-2w

    Road traffic 1052-4w, 1295-6w

    Road traffic offences, Custodial treatment 135-8w

    Roads, Accidents 1289-91w, 2882w

    Roads, Air pollution 1054-6w

    Speed limits, Cameras 2883-4w

    Transport, Capital investment 1296-7w

    Vehicle number plates, Cameras 122w, 759w

    Vehicle number plates, Databases 2548-9w

    Waterloo Station 289-90w Brazier, Mr Julian

                  Chamber Debates

    Crossrail Bill, 2R (19.07.2005) 1189

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Urology, Kent (20.07.2005) 496-9wh, 502wh, 504wh


    Air pollution, Transport 1708-9w

    Shipping 670w

    Shipping, Manpower 670-1w

    Territorial Army, Manpower 19-20

    Terrorism 830

    Travel, Fuels 1798-9w

    Corruption 2099w

    Forests 1003w
Breast cancer

    205w, 887-8w

    Drugs 1379-80w, 1893w

    Essex 2790w

    Northern Ireland 191-2w, 1379-80w

    Screening 191-2w, 203-4w, 1453-4w, 2146w, 2680w
Breast feeding

    717w, 1125w, 1454-5w, 1661w

    Crime prevention 2587w

    Pollution control 955-7w

    Social rented housing 322-3w

    Greater London 25w

    Planning permission 25w

    Repairs and maintenance 1162-3w

    River Mersey 2422w
British Board of Film Classification

British Council

    Art works 22-3ws

    Finance 180w

    Moldova 486w
British Forces Post Office

    Standards 84-5ws
British Library

    Consultants 1761-2w

    Manpower 1762w
British National Space Centre

British nationality


    Right of abode 401w

    Travel restrictions 377w

    Voting rights 1601-2w
British Nuclear Fuels

    see also Sellafield


    Assets 1571w
British Nuclear Group

British overseas territories

    Defence 2288w
British Transport Police


    East Sussex 852w
Broadmoor Hospital

    Asperger's syndrome 1892-3w Brokenshire, James

                  Chamber Debates

    Consumer Credit Bill, Rep and 3R (14.07.2005) 984-5, 991, 1000-1, 1004, 1035-7

    Crossrail Bill, 2R (19.07.2005) 1167


    Air traffic 2128w

    Air traffic, Hornchurch 2127-8w

    Antisemitism, Greater London 2215w

    British Transport Police 286-7w

    Business questions 1427-8

    Credit, Unfair practices 1387-8

    General practitioners, Conditions of employment 692

    Income support 71-2w

    Metropolitan Police, Conditions of employment 777w

    Racial violence 2636-7w

    Sports, Bureaucracy 633w
Brook advisory centres

    Finance 2680-1w Brooke, Mrs Annette L

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Asylum, Zimbabwe (20.07.2005) 449-51wh

    Fathers, Child rearing (05.07.2005) 39-41wh


    Aerials, Planning permission 406w

    Children's trusts 1011w

    Contact orders, Domestic violence 156w, 1398w

    Developing countries, Financial services 2227-9w

    Driving tests, Hazards 478-9w

    Education maintenance allowance 2340-1w

    Educational psychology 835w

    Foster care, General certificate of secondary education 234w, 2343w

    Further education, Finance 444w, 841w

    Occupational therapy, Dorset 988w

    Patientline Company 227w Brown, Rt Hon Gordon, Chancellor of the Exchequer

                  Written Statements

    EU Economic and Financial Affairs Council 21ws, 107-8ws

    Sequestration of assets, Terrorism 56-7ws

    "UK and the IMF 2004-05" 57ws Brown, Lyn

                  Chamber Debates

    London Olympics Bill, 2R (21.07.2005) 1448-51, 1487-8

    Olympic Games (06.07.2005) 408


    Pathways to work, Mentally ill 1061 Brown, Rt Hon Nicholas


    Asbestos, Industrial health and safety 1990w

    Asbestos, Waste disposal 1946w

    Employers' liability, Insurance 2011w

    Employment schemes, Tyneside 2531w

    Gaming clubs 2071-2w

    Graduates, Recruitment 1722-3w

    Industrial health and safety 2020w

    Industrial health and safety, Construction 2503w

    Industrial health and safety, Government departments 2013-4w

    Industrial health and safety, Standards 2513w

    Mesothelioma, Medical treatments 2666-7w, 2856-7w

    Racial violence 2637-8w

    Students, Finance 1732-3w

    Swan Hunter Shipbuilders, Aircraft carriers 2287w Browne, Rt Hon Desmond, Chief Secretary to the Treasury

                  Chamber Debates

    Welfare tax credits (12.07.2005) 711-24

                  Written Statements

    Bank of England 25ws

    Public expenditure 54-6ws

    "Public Expenditure 2004/05 Provisional Outturn White Paper" 1ws

    Public finance 109-10ws


    Caledonian MacBrayne, National insurance contributions 90-1w

    Citizen information project 2390w

    Fiscal policy 105w

    Fisheries, Procurement 2398w

    Government departments, Annual reports 81w

    Group of Eight, Gleneagles 84w, 133w

    Identity cards 692w

    Opposition, Treasury 1334w

    Private finance initiative, Health services 691w

    Public expenditure 84w

    Public expenditure, Ministry of Defence 1331w

    Public expenditure, Scotland 888-9w Bruce, Malcolm

                  Chamber Debates

    Meteorological Office, Aberdeen (12.07.2005) 809-13, 815


    Corruption 760-1w

    Corruption, Overseas trade 631w

    Defence Export Services Organisation 259w, 1076w, 1313w, 1529w

    Departmental responsibilities, Dept of Trade and Industry 52-3w

    Export Control Organisation 54w, 1340w, 1927w

    Export controls, Privatisation 461w

    Fraud, Ministry of Defence 1076w

    Hearing impaired 2026w

    Meteorological Office 658w, 2117-8w

    Meteorological Office, Exeter 476-7w

    Meteorological Office, Finance 477w

    Pension credit, Payments 66-7w

    Procurement, EC law 688-9w, 896w

    Procurement, Home Office 1485w

    Sign language 483-4w

    Social security benefits, Automated credit transfer 1114-6w

    Social security benefits, Payments 67-70w, 1632w

    Social security benefits, Sight impaired 1116w

    UK Trade and Investment 48w

    Written questions, Administrative delays 1643w Bryant, Mr Chris

                  Chamber Debates

    Consumer Credit Bill, Rep and 3R (14.07.2005) 982, 986-8, 990

    Local government finance (04.07.2005) 42

    Olympic Games (06.07.2005) 416

    Racial and Religious Hatred Bill, Rep and 3R (11.07.2005) 608-9, 620, 622-9, 634, 640-1, 644, 666

    Select committees, Standing orders (13.07.2005) 849, 852, 860


    Antidepressants 2781w

    Armed forces, Mentally ill 2117w

    Child Support Agency 1063-4

    Clergy, Pay 561

    Common agricultural policy, Reform 1101-2

    Counselling, Finance 2749w

    EC defence policy 39-40w

    Mental health services 2687w

    Police, Mentally ill 2609w

    Psychiatry, Manpower 2781w

    Psychiatry, Training 2779w

    Suicide 1835-6w

    Animal feed 1707-8w

    Disease control 2301w, 2311-2w

    France 414w

    Goats 414w Buck, Karen, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Dept for Transport

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Motorsports, Saltburn (19.07.2005) 411-4wh

    Ports, EC action (20.07.2005) 485-8wh

                  Written Statements

    Transport, Finance 101ws


    Advertising, Dept for Transport 1289w

    Air misses, Berkshire 2413-4w

    Air traffic 2128w

    Air traffic, Hornchurch 2127-8w

    Airbus A380, Landing rights 666w

    Aircraft, Insurance 16w

    Airports, Security 2413w

    Aviation, Guided weapons 16w

    Aviation, Insurance 15-6w, 286w

    Aviation, Ministers 16w, 994w

    Aviation, Regulation 993-4w

    Aviation, Terrorism 598w

    Blue badge scheme 666-7w

    Bus lanes, Motorcycles 1792w

    Bus services, Concessions 24-5w, 667w, 672-3w, 1292w

    Bus services, Costs 2414-5w

    Capital investment, Dept for Transport 1794w

    Car sharing 2127w

    Cars 1294w

    Civil Aviation Authority, Compensation 994-5w

    Community transport, Finance 16-7w

    Conferences, Dept for Transport 995w

    Consultants, Dept for Transport 1293w, 2128w, 2420-1w, 2880w

    Correspondence, Dept for Transport 2873w

    Cycleways 2417-8w

    Equal opportunities, Dept for Transport 2419-20w

    Freedom of information, Dept for Transport 2880w

    Heathrow Airport 999w

    Heathrow Airport, Night flying 671-2w, 1164-5w, 2875-6w

    Heathrow Airport, Noise 23w, 666w, 669w

    Heathrow Airport, Security 668w

    Heathrow Airport, Shops 669w

    Helicopters, Noise 23w

    Information officers, Dept for Transport 480-1w

    Invalid vehicles, Insurance 21-3w

    King's Cross Station, Safety 1000w

    Legislation, Dept for Transport 1293w

    Legislative drafting, Dept for Transport 1800w

    London Underground, Security 1799w

    Manpower, Dept for Transport 1793w

    Ministerial policy advisors, Dept for Transport 1056w

    Motorcycles, Parking 479w

    Olympic Games, Dept for Transport 2131w

    Opposition, Dept for Transport 2131w

    Orders and regulations, Dept for Transport 676w

    Parking, Disabled 597w

    Parking, Fixed penalties 671-2w

    Ports, Identity cards 669-70w

    Procurement, Dept for Transport 1793w

    Public transport, Hertfordshire 1799w

    Public transport, Security 1799w, 2131w

    Public transport, Young people 1296w

    Rapid transit systems, Concessions 673w

    Road traffic, Out of town shopping centres 479-80w

    Roads, Repairs and maintenance 673w

    Scotland, Dept for Transport 2876-9w

    Sick leave, Dept for Transport 1802w

    Standards, Dept for Transport 1293-4w, 1793w

    Stress, Dept for Transport 17-8w

    Surveys, Dept for Transport 2880-1w

    Taxis, Dept for Transport 2137w

    Traffic lights 1792-3w

    Traffic Management Act 2004 612w

    Trams, Concessions 1000w

    Transport, Bedfordshire 677w

    Transport, Capital investment 1296-7w

    Transport, Competition law 2425w

    Transport, Essex 677w

    Transport, Finance 2137w

    Transport, North West region 667w

    Transport, Schools 1804w

    Transport, South East region 612-3w

    Travel, Fuels 1798-9w

    Travel, Insurance 15w

    Health services 1464-5w
Bucklow of Carlisle Committee

    see Business Appointments Advisory Committee
Budget (No 2) (Northern Ireland) Order 2005

                  Chamber Debates

    (04.07.2005) 141
Building on new deal

    Basic skills 1643w
Building regulations

    407w, 2441-2w

    Energy 1544w

    Fires 59-60ws

    Dept of Trade and Industry 1348w, 1353w

    Home Office 2570-1w

    EC enlargement 663w, 1550w Burden, Richard


    Electoral systems 160

    Indian Ocean tsunami 1207w

    Occupied territories 1371w

    Pension Protection Fund 1061-2, 1275-6w

    Social security benefits, Part-time education 1265w

    Sports 633w
Burglar alarms



    Middlesbrough 380w Burgon, Colin


    Mines Rescue Service 1390-1

    Prison accommodation 2628-9w

    Prisoners 542-4w

    Prisoners, West Yorkshire 2630-1w

    Revenue support grant, Leeds 2462w

    Antimony 1369w

    Diplomatic service 2425-6w

    Entry clearances 2426w

    Uranium 1369w Burnham, Andy, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Home Office

                  Written Statements

    "Criminal Records Bureau Report and Accounts 2004/05" 96ws

    "Forensic Science Service Report and Accounts 2004/05" 151-2ws

    "United Kingdom Passport Service Annual Report and Accounts 2004/05" 49ws


    Alcoholic drinks, Young people 1486-90w, 2649w

    Animal experiments, Licensing 135w

    Criminal records, Disclosure of information 125-6w

    Criminal Records Bureau 1605w

    Criminal Records Bureau, Information and communications technology 1217w, 2568w

    Data protection, Fraud 1782w

    Data protection, Identity cards 1782w

    European Constitution Treaty 2578-9w

    Extradition, Applications 130-3w, 2190-1w

    Extradition, USA 129-30w, 906w, 1219w, 2190w

    Identity cards 906-8w, 1221w, 1609-11w, 1782-3w, 2236-8w, 2588w, 2590-2w, 2871-2w

    Identity cards, Biometrics 1613w

    Identity cards, Costs 531-3w

    Identity cards, Northern Ireland 865w

    Licensed premises, Prosecutions 2538-9w

    Maguire, Thomas 535w

    Members, Correspondence 124w

    Motor vehicles, Excise duties 2650-4w

    Passports 536-7w, 911-2w, 1784w

    Passports, Applications 588-9w

    Passports, Biometrics 2646w

    Passports, Eligibility 2598w

    Passports, Fraud 535-6w, 2605-6w

    Passports, Interviews 912-4w

    Passports, Northern Ireland 537w

    Passports, USA 531w

    Proof of identity, Biometrics 122-3w, 1786w

    Proof of identity, Databases 1612-4w, 2588-9w

    Schengen Agreement, Balkans 2639w

    Schengen Agreement, Information and communications technology 2639w

    Stop and search 2638w

    Stop and search, Greater London 2612w

    Stop and search, Kingston upon Thames 2638w

    United Kingdom Passport Service, Newport Gwent 139w

    Wales, Home Office 2660w

    Water, Home Office 2660-1w Burns, Mr Simon

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Death (19.07.2005) 381-3wh


    Alzheimer's disease, Drugs 2143-4w, 2668w

    Antisocial behaviour orders, Chelmsford 755w

    Business questions 462

    Chlamydia infection 364-6w

    Commission for Social Care Inspection 2687-8w

    Commission for Social Care Inspection, Healthcare Commission 2840-1w

    Dietary supplements, EC law 2713-4w

    Hepatitis 2726w

    Liverpool Street-Chelmsford railway line 2133w

    Members, Correspondence 1479-80w

    Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus, Essex 1195w

    Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust, Private finance initiative 2171-2w

    Patient choice schemes 696

    Rape, Essex 2215-6w

    Social services, Inspections 2851-2w Burrowes, David

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Fathers, Child rearing (05.07.2005) 30-2wh


    Aerials, Health hazards 2097-8w

    Aerials, Planning permission 2466w

    Olympic Games, Greater London 2294w

    Prisoners of war, Compensation 2279-80w

    Telecommunications, Enfield 2465-6w Burstow, Mr Paul

                  Chamber Debates

    Recess motions (20.07.2005) 1361-2

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Mental health services, Greater London (19.07.2005) 416-20wh, 423-4wh

    Motorsports, Saltburn (19.07.2005) 415wh


    Abandoned vehicles 107-8w

    Access to work programme 1629-30w

    Advertising, Children 29w

    Advertising, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 2069w

    Advertising, Dept for Education and Skills 271w

    Advertising, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 2297w

    Advertising, Dept for Transport 1289w

    Advertising, Dept for Work and Pensions 1810-2w

    Advertising, Dept of Health 576w

    Advertising, Dept of Trade and Industry 1923w

    Advertising, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 791w

    Advertising, Treasury 433w

    Aerials, Planning permission 317w

    Agency nurses, Standards 2867w

    Alcoholic drinks, Misuse 710-3w, 1886-90w

    Alcoholism, Health services 1675w

    Alliance Medical, Magnetic resonance imagers 342w

    Antimicrobial Resistance Advisory Committee 2674w

    Assaults on police 2610-2w

    Bacterial diseases, Death 86-7w

    Bridges, Planning permission 25w

    British National Space Centre 1337w

    Car sharing 2127w

    Care homes, Standards 343w, 2146w, 2682w

    Carers, Assessments 343-4w

    Carers, Greater London 79-80w

    Carers' allowances 1993-5w

    Children, Alcoholic drinks 341w

    Children in care 1403w

    Children in care, Greater London 162-4w

    Clostridium, Disease control 576-7w

    Commission for Social Care Inspection, Healthcare Commission 222w

    Computers, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 1525-6w

    Computers, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs 247w

    Computers, Dept for Work and Pensions 2501-2w

    Computers, Home Office 123-4w, 1219w

    Computers, Ministry of Defence 40w

    Correspondence, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 2238w

    Correspondence, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 2246w

    Correspondence, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 2289-90w

    Correspondence, Dept for Education and Skills 2339w

    Correspondence, Dept for Transport 2873w

    Correspondence, Dept for Work and Pensions 2503w

    Correspondence, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 2100w

    Correspondence, Leader of the House of Commons 2070w

    Correspondence, Ministry of Defence 2111w

    Correspondence, Northern Ireland Office 2474w

    Correspondence, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 2813w

    Correspondence, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1940w

    Correspondence, Treasury 2029w

    Crime, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 291w

    Criminal records, Disclosure of information 125-6w

    Criminal Records Bureau 1605w

    Criminal Records Bureau, Information and communications technology 1217w, 2568w

    Dental services 2702w

    Dental services, Greater London 2149-52w

    Direct payments 2784w

    Discrimination Law Review 1739w

    Domestic violence 382-3w, 1781w

    Domestic violence, Victims 1936w

    Drugs, Elderly 1143w, 1198w

    Drugs, Mentally ill 716-7w

    Drugs, Side effects 201w, 1885-6w, 2665w

    Education, Sutton 1013-4w

    Educational psychology 1587w

    Elderly, Drugs 1143w

    Electroconvulsive therapy 2710w

    Employment, Standards 2510w

    Fly tipping 418-25w

    Gardens, Biodiversity 1520w

    General practitioners 2164-6w

    General practitioners, Greater London 726w

    General practitioners, Vacancies 1132-3w

    Health professions, Manpower 580-1w

    Health professions, Sick leave 584-6w

    Health services, Ethnic groups 709w

    Health services, Merton 1135w, 2722w

    Home care services 346-7w

    Home care services, Standards 721-2w, 2706w

    Homelessness 798-803w

    Hospitals, Infectious diseases 454w, 727w, 2722w

    Housing, Greater London 294w

    Information officers, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 2081w

    Information officers, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 567w

    Information officers, Dept for Transport 480-1w

    Information officers, Dept for Work and Pensions 1823w

    Information officers, Dept of Trade and Industry 58-9w

    Information officers, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1770w

    Information officers, Treasury 895w

    Licensed premises, Prosecutions 910-2w

    Maguire, Thomas 535w

    Malnutrition 1192-4w

    Medical equipment, Accidents 447w, 731-2w

    Members, Correspondence 1480w, 1933-4w, 2774w, 2865w, 2874w

    Mental health services, Elderly 359w, 983w

    Mentally ill, Prescriptions 202-3w

    Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus 2742w

    Missing persons, Children 165-6w, 778w, 1402-3w

    Motorcycles, Road traffic control 968w

    NHS, Finance 2763-4w

    NHS, Standards 1917w

    NHS Professionals 2754w

    NHS treatment centres, Standards 2174w

    Obesity 1131-2w, 1677w

    Obesity, Drugs 1143w

    Obesity, Health education 2174w

    Official hospitality, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 664w, 2099-100w

    Passports 536-7w

    Passports, Applications 588-9w

    Passports, Fraud 535-6w

    Planning permission, Greater London 317w

    Planning permission, Mayor of London 561-2w

    Prescription drugs, Black economy 1902-3w

    Private finance initiative, Dept of Health 988-92w

    Proof of identity, Biometrics 1786w

    Public telephones 59w, 322w

    Pupils, Sutton 837w, 1395-6w

    Railways, Overcrowding 288w

    Recycling, Greater London 1286-8w

    Roads, Accidents 611w

    Rodents, Greater London 254w

    Royal prerogative 35w

    School fruit and vegetable scheme 1675-6w, 2718w, 2846w

    School meals 446w

    School milk 1015w

    Schools, Greater London 171-2w

    Select committee reports, Dept of Health 363w

    Sexual offences 2218-9w

    Sexual Offences Act 2003 589-90w

    Sexually transmitted diseases, Greater London 747w

    Sleep apnoea 2845-6w

    Social services, Codes of practice 725-7w, 2811w

    Social services, Human rights 2784w

    Social services, Pilot schemes 587w, 2783-4w

    Social services, Registration 1918w

    Social services, Standards 1911-2w, 2784-5w

    Social work, Reviews 2867w

    Social workers, Registration 348w

    Strokes, Health services 1918w

    Sustainable Procurement Task Force 2443w

    Sustainable Procurement Task Force, Public appointments 1765w

    Teachers, Working hours 2059-60w

    Terminal care, Finance 977w

    Terrorism, UN resolutions 2438w

    Thames flood barrier 12w

    Trees, Greater London 2316-8w

    Viruses 1201w

    Written questions 2068-9w

    Written questions, Administrative delays 2021w, 2251w

    Young offenders, Reoffenders 1176w Burt, Alistair

                  Chamber Debates

    Council Tax Limitation (England) (Maximum Amounts) Order (20.07.2005) 1280, 1289, 1300-2

    Immigration Asylum and Nationality Bill, 2R (05.07.2005) 224-9

    Licensing Act 2003 (12.07.2005) 764, 769, 776, 781, 791-3, 801

    Zimbabwe, Points of order (04.07.2005) 21

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Asylum, Zimbabwe (20.07.2005) 435-42wh, 456wh


    Asylum, Zimbabwe 376w

    Deportation 116-7w, 506w

    Deportation, Complaints 117-8w

    Deportation, Zimbabwe 755w

    Detainees, Deportation 117w

    Detainees, Transport 755w

    Railways, Fares 288-9w

    Social rented housing 292

    Yarls Wood Detention Centre 375-6w Burt, Lorely

                  Chamber Debates

    Local Government and Planning (Parkland and Windfall Development) Bill, 1R (19.07.2005) 1112-4

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Young people (06.07.2005) 136wh


    Absent voting, Fraud 65-6w

    Census, Data protection 79w, 888w

    Housing, Construction 803-5w

    Parks, Sales 1447w

    Terrorism, Northern Ireland 822
Burton on Trent

    Hepatitis 728w

    Human rights 1176-7w
Bus lanes

    Motorcycles 1792w
Bus services

    Concessions 24-5w, 193w, 667w, 672-3w, 1292-3w

    Costs 2414-5w

    Subsidies 2413-5w

    Driving offences 2184w

    Fuel cells 1793-4w

    Greater London 377w

    Road traffic offences 377w


    Chorley 1575w

    Culture 640w

    Curriculum 840w, 1014w

    Females (13.07.2005) 277-85wh

    Insurance 1381-2w

    Northern Ireland 1567-8w

    Secondary education 1722w

    Social costs 461w

    Sudan 188w
Business Appointments Advisory Committee

"Business Appointments Advisory Committee Report 2004/05"

Business motions

    (13.07.2005) 838-9, (19.07.2005) 1115-22
Business statements

    447-64, 965-78, (18.07.2005) 1073, 1414-28
Bustani, Jose

    486-7w, 1375-6w Butler, Dawn

                  Chamber Debates

    London Olympics Bill, 2R (21.07.2005) 1463, 1471-2
Butler Inquiry

    see WMD Intelligence Review Committee Butterfill, Sir John

                  Chamber Debates

    Local government finance (04.07.2005) 28, 34-5, 46-50