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Cabinet committees

    1073w
Cabinet Office

    Consultants 2243w

    Information and communications technology 2798-9w Cable, Mr Vincent

                  Chamber Debates

    Immigration Asylum and Nationality Bill, 2R (05.07.2005) 195, 222, 243, 255-8

    Local government finance (04.07.2005) 34

    Olympic Games (06.07.2005) 415-6

    Transport (05.07.2005) 182

                  Questions

    Ambulance services, Greater London 741-2w

    Antisocial behaviour orders 111-2w

    Aviation, Insurance 286w

    Consumers, Protection 48-9w

    Defence, Procurement 38w

    Diplomatic service, Tourists 188w, 665w

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

    Heathrow Airport, Noise 666w

    Housing, Low incomes 294-5w

    Identity cards, Costs 531-3w

    Licensing Act 2003 554-5

    Manufacturing industries, Employment 1389

    National insurance contributions 1691w

    Olympic Games, Greater London 1367w, 1559-60w, 1763-4w

    Opposition, Dept for Education and Skills 2357-8w

    Opposition, Dept for Transport 2131w

    Opposition, Dept of Health 2776w

    Opposition, Treasury 1334w

    Prisons, Private finance initiative 125w

    Procurement, Dept for Work and Pensions 2025-6w

    Public lavatories 286

    Sure start programme 169-600w, 1600w

    Taxation, Self-assessment 1333-4w, 1695-6w

    Travel, Insurance 15w Caborn, Rt Hon Richard, Minister of State for Sport, Dept for Culture Media and Sport

                  Chamber Debates

    Licensing Act 2003 (12.07.2005) 801-3

    London Olympics Bill, 2R (21.07.2005) 1502-7

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Olypmic Games (14.07.2005) 325-33wh, 353-64wh

                  Questions

    Advertising, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 2069w, 2073w

    Athletics, Grants 556-7

    Boating 2070-1w

    Boating, Rivers 2082w

    Commonwealth Games, Glasgow 2289w

    Commonwealth Games, Greater Manchester 1554w

    Conferences, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 2073w

    Consultants, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 1557w, 2076w

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

    English Sports Council, Finance 641-2w

    Equal opportunities, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 2291-2w

    Gambling, Young people 1555w

    Gambling Act 2005, Orders and regulations 1555w

    Gaming clubs 29-30w, 2071-2w

    Gaming clubs, Licensing 1561w

    Halifax 280w

    Information officers, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 2081w

    Licensing Act 2003 545-7

    Lotteries 1557-8w

    Manpower, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 858w

    National Lottery 2078-81w

    National Lottery, Disadvantaged 553-4

    National Lottery, Grants 636-7w, 1553-5w, 1558-9w, 2069w, 2293w

    National Lottery, Hertfordshire 1763w

    National Lottery Commission 2079w

    Olympic Games, Greater London 1559-60w, 2076w, 2293-5w

    Play, Grants 640w, 858w

    Procurement, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 1046w

    Rugby 1561-2w

    Scotland, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 2290w

    Sick leave, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 1161-2w

    Sports, Antisocial behaviour 1553w

    Sports, Bureaucracy 633w

    Sports, Oxfordshire 1554w

    Sports, Teesside 1764-5w

    Sports, Young people 633-4w, 1047w, 1764w

    Swimming pools 1562-3w

    Swimming pools, Greater London 1162w

    Talented athlete programme, Oxfordshire 1563-4w

    Telephone services, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 2295-6w
Cabotage

    EC law 2421w
Cadets

    Armed forces 1326-7w, 1750w, 2111w, 2793w Cairns, David, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Scotland Office

                  Questions

    Advertising, Scotland Office 1086w

    Asylum, Scotland 154-5

    Conferences, Scotland Office 1524w

    Demonstrations, Scotland 1524w

    EC grants and loans, Scotland 1087w

    Energy supply, Scotland 242w

    Equal opportunities, Scotland Office 2812w

    Fair trade initiative, Scotland 159-60

    Local income tax, Scotland 243w

    Manpower, Scotland Office 1086-7w

    Ministerial policy advisors, Scotland Office 1525w

    Post offices, Scotland 242w

    Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, Midlothian 590-1w

    Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, Scotland 2813w

    Scotland, Scotland Office 2812w

    Sick leave, Scotland Office 1525w

    Stress, Scotland Office 591w

    Surveys, Scotland Office 2813w
Caledonian MacBrayne

    National insurance contributions 89-91w

Cambridgeshire

    Antisocial behaviour orders 2542-3w

    Council tax 2445w

    Empty property 2445w

    Fixed penalties 2582w

    Fly posting 2583w

    Greenbelt 2448w

    Homelessness 2449w, 2462-3w

    Prosecutions 2538-9w

    Schools 2360-2w

    Speed limits 2884w

    Travelling people 2467w
Cameras

    Speed limits 482w, 611w, 675-6w, 784-5w, 1056w, 1512w, 1790w, 2423w, 2883-4w

    Vehicle number plates 122w, 759w Cameron, Mr David

                  Questions

    Apprentices 834w

    Dyslexia 955-6

    Education maintenance allowance, Expenditure 2809w

    Film, Grants 1722w

    General certificate of secondary education, Standards 1014-5w

    Grants, Dept for Education and Skills 2323w

    Literacy 1404-5w

    Literacy, Standards 1034-5w

    Pupil referral units, Oxfordshire 1017-8w

    School meals, Greenwich 1018w

    Schools, Private finance initiative 1017w

    Special educational needs, Speech therapy 2339w

    Tree planting 655-6w

    Vocational education, Grammar schools 1397-8w
Cameroon

    Nigeria 185-6w Campbell, Mr Gregory

                  Questions

    Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency, Northern Ireland 18w

    Driving, Licensing 613-4w

    Passports, Northern Ireland 537w

    Peace keeping operations, Sudan 9 Campbell, Rt Hon Sir Menzies

                  Chamber Debates

    Olympic Games (06.07.2005) 407

    Terrorism (07.07.2005) 467

                  Questions

    Africa, Arms trade 297

    Africa, Nuclear weapons 186w

    Iraq, Armed forces 1775w

    Iraq, Bombs 37w, 1319-20w

    Iraq, Detainees 1371w

    Iraq, Military aircraft 1252w, 2281-2w

    Iraq, Peace keeping operations 184w

    Iraq, Reconstruction 1043-4w

    Joint Intelligence Committee, Civil servants 184w

    Political systems 1103

    Russia, Nuclear safeguards 332w

    Sudan 297 Campbell, Mr Ronnie

                  Chamber Debates

    Transport (05.07.2005) 176

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Ghosh, Jayanti (06.07.2005) 125-30wh
Canada

    Seals 429w
Cancer

    1637-8w, 2724-5w

    Clinical trials 985w

    Death 192w

    Drugs 206-7w, 1455w, 1662w, 1893w

    Essex 2791-2w

    Hazardous substances 1961w

    Health services 1972w, 2681-2w

    Lancashire 2734-40w

    Medical treatments 448w, 733w, 742-3w

    Northern Ireland 192w, 1869w, 1972w

    Research 205-6w, 2681w
Cannabis

    Health hazards 126w
Canvey Island

    Floods 5-6w
Capital punishment

    Sudan 180w
Car allowances

    Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 1517w
Car sharing

    2127w
Caravan sites

    Travelling people 1770w
Caravans

    Council tax 962w, 1030w
Carbon dioxide

    Air pollution 244-5w, 952-3w, 1951-2w

    Pollution control 1291-2w
Carbon monoxide

    Industrial health and safety 2493w
Carbon sequestration

    3-4w, 50w, 615w, 708w, 852-3w, 1350w, 1922w

    Scotland 1337w
Cardiff

    Pension credit 626w
Care homes

    150ws, 2148w

    Children 2346-8w

    Death 747w

    EC internal trade 2711-2w

    Essex 1662-3w

    Fees and charges 1125w, 1900w

    Greater London 1186w

    Lancashire 342-3w

    Northern Ireland 191w, 1879w, 1987-8w

    Southend on Sea 1198w

    Standards 343w, 2146w, 2682-3w

    Training 1199-200w
Carers

    (19.07.2005) 426-34wh

    Assessments 343-4w

    Greater London 79-80w

    National insurance contributions 1632w

    Scotland 2011-2w
Carers' allowances

    1992-5w

    Expenditure 2380w

    Pensioners 2494w
Carers Equal Opportunities Act 2004

                  Questions

    722w

    Wales 1027w
Carlisle

    Floods 37-8ws

    Further education 2368-9w Carmichael, Mr Alistair

                  Chamber Debates

    Immigration Asylum and Nationality Bill, 2R (05.07.2005) 214-9, 269

    Racial and Religious Hatred Bill, Rep and 3R (11.07.2005) 600-1, 618-24, 647-8, 661

    RAF Saxa Vord, Points of order (19.07.2005) 1224

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Digital broadcasting (05.07.2005) 54-8wh

                  Questions

    Armed forces, Reorganisation 1403-6

    Child Support Agency 1357w

    Females, Equal pay 1919w

    Identity cards 2588w, 2591w

    Maritime and Coastguard Agency 24w

    Renewable energy, Hydrogen 1921w
Cars

    1294w

    Lancashire 2551-2w

    Registration 2886w

    Repairs and maintenance 458-9w Carswell, Douglas

                  Questions

    Fire services 2447w

    Police stations, Closures 2613w

    Village schools, Closures 2810-1w Cash, Mr William

                  Chamber Debates

    Food Supplements (European Communities Act 1972 Disapplication) Bill, 1R (19.07.2005) 1111

    International Development (Anti-Corruption Audit) Bill, 1R (06.07.2005) 307

    Terrorism (20.07.2005) 1263

                  Questions

    Business questions 453
Cash dispensing

    Fees and charges 881-2w, 1060w
Casualties

    Iraq conflict 2281w, 2434w
Catering

    Aviation 286w, 351w

    National vocational qualifications 1672w Caton, Mr Martin

                  Questions

    Disabled, Employment 2010w

    European Landscape Convention 1957w
Cattle

    Ear tagging 953w
Cellular phone masts

    see Aerials

Cellular phones

    Crimes of violence 385w

    Driving offences 588w, 2188w

    Home Office 2186w

    Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 300w, 1255w

    Police 2609w
Cemeteries

    1298-9w, 2244-5w, 2253-4w

    Pets 566-7w
Census

    Data protection 75-6w, 79w, 869w, 888w, 1834w

    Freedom of information 869w, 1936w
Central Africa

    Arms trade 1177-8w

    Education 683-5w
Central America

    Embassies 180-1w
Central Casualty Bureau

    Telephone services 2598w
Central Trains

    Finance 994w
Centre for Defence Medicine

    see Royal Centre for Defence Medicine
Cereals

    Diseases 1036w
Cervical cancer

    Death 274-5w

    Screening 206w, 448-50w, 972w
Cetaceans

    1952-3w

    Conservation 247w, 645w, 1953w

    EC action 245w Challen, Mr Colin

                  Questions

    Cars 1294w

    Clear skies programme 1923w

    Climate change, Research 1153-4w

    Drugs, Crime 2189w

    Energy, Conservation 4w

    Females, Discrimination 1748w

    Further education, Languages 1587-8w

    Roads, Repairs and maintenance 1165w
Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster

    Computers 1525-6w

    Consultants 2241-3w

    Correspondence 2238w

    Equal opportunities 45w

    Ministerial policy advisors 323w

    Procurement 2239-41w

    Stress 45-6w

    Wines 551w
Chancellor of the Exchequer

    see Treasury
Channel tunnel

    Airwave service 1087w Chapman, Mr Ben

                  Questions

    Antisocial behaviour orders, Prosecutions 1174w

    Devolution, Northern Ireland 817

    Education, Antisocial behaviour 1234w

    Religious buildings, Tourism 562

    Town and Country Planning (Control of Advertisements) Regulations 1992 2467w
Charitable donations

    NHS 2172w
Charities

    Northern Ireland 334-5w

    VAT 623w Chaytor, Mr David

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Sustainable development (07.07.2005) 146wh, 148-50wh, 170-80wh

                  Questions

    Aimhigher programme 1579-80w

    Business questions 459

    Driving offences 1484-5w

    Environment protection, Regulation 439

    Myasthenia gravis 1468w

    Opera 640w

    Secondary education, Admissions 2067-9w

    Secondary education, Standards 1591-2w
Chechnya

    Human rights 870w
Chelmsford

    Antisocial behaviour orders 755w
Chemical weapons

    Israel 2101w
"Chemical Weapons Act 1996 Annual Report 2004"

    50ws
Chemicals

    EC law 1712-3w
Chemistry

    GCE A level 834w

    Higher education 2331w
Chemists' shops

    Licensing 2775-6w

    Southend on Sea 2688-9w
Cherwell

    Social security benefits 75-6ws
Chesterfield

    Council housing 302-3
Child benefit

    Asylum 80-1w
Child care vouchers

    431-2w
Child minding

    Complaints 2331-4w
Child prostitution

    511-3w
Child rearing

    Fathers (05.07.2005) 24-46wh
Child Support Agency

    678-9w, 1062-4, 1357-8w, 1633-7w

    Administrative delays 268w, 1995-7w

    Audit 2499w

    Complaints 1999-2000w

    Correspondence 1117w

    Information and communications technology 1357w, 1995w, 1998w, 2495-6w

    Manpower 1997-8w, 2497-8w

    Per capita costs 2001-2w

    Scotland 1632w

    Telephone services 1997-9w, 2496-7w
Child Support Agency for Northern Ireland

    see Northern Ireland Child Support Agency
Child tax credit

    81w

    Newport Gwent 1700w

    Payments 699w
Child Trust Fund

    1328w, 1680w, 1826-7w, 2382w

    Northern Ireland 81w

    Northern region 1328w

    Take-up 1328w
Childbirth

    1654w

    Northern Ireland 2485w

    Southend on Sea 614-6w
Children

    Abuse 1106w, 1605w, 2553w

    Advertising 29w

    Africa 1779w, 2327w

    Alcoholic drinks 341w, 570-2w

    Antisocial behaviour orders 110w

    Asylum 143-4w

    Bedfordshire 884-5w

    Care homes 2346-8w

    China 1002-3w

    Corporal punishment 1881w

    Crime 787w

    Cycling 2339-40w

    Day care 271w, 701w, 1402, 1680w, 1945w, 2326-7w, 2333-9w, 2370w, 2472-3w, 2705w

    Dental health 2147w, 2156-7w

    Dental services 2700w

    Disabled 1383w

    Disadvantaged 2038-9w

    Domestic violence 212-3w

    Hearing impaired 1384-5w

    Homicide 1779w, 2182w

    Hospices 575-6w, 2146-7w

    Human trafficking 109w, 511-3w, 1106w

    Kidnapping 501w, 2245-6w

    Leukaemia 2443w, 2683-4w

    Maintenance 103-6ws, 268w, 483w, 1265-8w, 1632-4w, 1994-5w, 2000-3w, 2026-7w, 2494-5w, 2497-500w, 2503-4w

    Missing persons 165-6w, 778w, 783-4w, 1402-3w

    Northern Ireland 1382-5w, 1973w, 2472-3w

    Obesity 2864-5w

    Passive smoking 1126w

    Poverty 1580-1w, 2500-2w

    Prisoners 2662w

    Protection 1973w, 2327w, 2553-4w

    Ritalin 1916w

    Social services 1393w

    Superstition 569w, 1605w

    Television 2069w, 2374w

    Terminal care 2684w
Children in care

    157-9w, 1035w, 1400-4w, 2347-8w

    Abuse 2184w

    Greater London 162-4w

    Offenders 1097w
Children's Commissioner for England

    Children's Commissioner for Wales 151-2w
Children's Commissioner for Wales

    151w

    Children's Commissioner for England 151-2w
Children's trusts

    1011w
China

    Arms trade 1107-8

    Children 1002-3w

    Defence equipment 1251w

    Family planning 1362w, 1865w, 2426-7w

    Non-governmental organisations 27w

    Overseas students 1250-1, 2355-7w

    Textiles 467w

    Tibet 1550w

    UK Trade and Investment 461-2w
Chiropody

    2685w

    Essex 2684-5w
Chlamydia infection

    364-6w, 1663w

    Screening 1893w Chope, Mr Christopher

                  Questions

    Dietary supplements 833
Chorley

    Business 1575w

    Community support officers 378w

    Dental services 1458-9w

    English Partnerships 1256w

    Housing 1442w

    Kidney patients 2732w

    Listed buildings 1366w

    Military bases 1541w

    Radio 641w

    Royal ordnance factories 1538w, 2122w

    Schools 169w

    Social rented housing 967w, 1032-3w
Christianity

    South East Asia (13.07.2005) 286-308wh
Christie Hospital Manchester

    2685w
Chronically sick

Church Commissioners

    Housing stock 1707w

    Israel 562-3
Churches

    1523-4w

    North Yorkshire 564

    VAT 281-2w


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