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Crabb, Stephen

                  Chamber Debates

    Local government finance (04.07.2005) 64-7

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Fathers, Child rearing (05.07.2005) 27-30wh

    NHS, Wales (12.07.2005) 246-7wh

    South East Asia, Christianity (13.07.2005) 291-7wh


    A40, Accidents 596-7w

    Airwave service 903w

    Alcoholic drinks, Young people 1229w

    Antisocial behaviour orders, Powys 752-3w

    Antisocial behaviour orders, Young people 754w

    Crime, Alcoholic drinks 370w

    Crime prevention, Regulatory impact assessments 2653-4w

    Disability living allowance 2009w

    Energy, Conservation 443-4

    Gambling, Young people 1555w

    Home care services, Fees and charges 1130w

    Hospitals, Closures 1944w

    Import duties 1687w

    Licensed premises, Prosecutions 533w, 750-2w

    Light dues, Republic of Ireland 2420w

    Manufacturing industries 1343w

    Manufacturing industries, Regulation 1741w

    Members, Correspondence 1493w

    Olympic Games, Greater London 1559w

    Pension credit 2022-3w

    Pension Protection Fund 1061

    Rehabilitation, Alcoholism 2538w

    Revenue and Customs, Offices 94w

    Social security benefits, Fraud 1264-5w, 1631-2w, 2492w

    TETRA 1228-9w

    TETRA, Pembrokeshire 2643w

    Vocational guidance 947 Crausby, Mr David


    Licensing Act 2003 2292w Creagh, Mary

                  Chamber Debates

    Regulation (04.07.2005) 120-3

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Females, Business (13.07.2005) 277-81wh, 283-4wh


    Females, Domestic violence 1920w

    Members, Correspondence 1447w

    Water supply, Safety 1433w

    Unfair practices 1387-8
Credit cards

    Fraud 125w, 2186-7w

    Police Service of Northern Ireland 1983-4w

    Schools 173w

    269-70w, 1480-4w, 2565w

    Airguns 501w

    Alcoholic drinks 370w, 378-9w, 1209-10w, 1972w, 2537-8w

    Barnet 2560w

    Birmingham 2558-60w

    Children 787w

    Drugs 378-9w, 384w, 2189w, 2571-2w

    Elderly 1565-6w

    Environment 1961w

    Essex 2566-7w

    Firearms 530-1w, 767-73w, 1881w, 2575w, 2586-8w

    Forest of Dean 2566w

    Greater London 516w, 1216w

    Hemel Hempstead 140w

    Intelligence services 13w

    Internet 2594-5w

    Lancashire 1481-2w

    Middlesbrough 2560-1w

    Milton Keynes 2538w

    Nigeria 1553w

    Northern Ireland 1072w, 1565-6w, 1972w

    Offensive weapons 535w

    Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 291w

    Plymouth 1480w

    Research 385w

    Retail trade 140w

    Solihull 2558-60w

    Victims 787-8w, 1107-8w, 1626w, 2653w

    Young people 516-7w, 2561w, 2661-2w
Crime and disorder partnerships

    125w, 2561-2w
Crime prevention

    Antisocial behaviour 501-2w

    Brent 2587w

    Firearms 1782w

    Milton Keynes 2565w

    Parents 1094-5w

    Regulatory impact assessments 2653-4w

    Terrorism 1622w
Crimes of violence


    Accident and emergency departments 1978w

    Cellular phones 385w

    Community support officers 2610-2w

    Emergency services 2189-90w, 2543w

    Fire services 1257-9w, 1975w

    Health professions 456-7w

    Hemel Hempstead 379w

    Hertfordshire 379-80w

    Homosexuality 774-5w, 1976w

    Hospitals 1469w, 1911w, 1977-8w

    Jobcentre Plus 1641-2w

    Jobcentres 2480-2w

    Lancashire Constabulary 2608w

    Licensed premises 775-6w

    Local government 765-6w

    Mentally disturbed offenders 2187w

    Middlesbrough 380w

    Milton Keynes General NHS Trust 2754w

    NHS 2173w, 2788w

    Police 1500w

    Prosecutions 1090w

    Public transport 1986w

    Railways 525-6w

    Religion 904w

    Retail trade 2544w

    Schools 173w, 1019w, 1238-9w, 1731w, 1733-4w

    Southend on Sea 2567w

    Taxis 1988-9w
Criminal Assets Recovery Agency

    see Assets Recovery Agency
Criminal Cases Review Commission

Criminal Defence Service

    Legal costs 823w
Criminal injuries compensation

    Standards 2871w
Criminal Justice Act 2003


    Individual support orders 1231w

    Sentencing 1780-1w
Criminal Justice (Northern Ireland) Order 2005

                  Chamber Debates

    (11.07.2005) 671
Criminal Justice Oversight Commissioner

    see Justice Oversight Commissioner
Criminal law

    EC action 2579-80w

    Reform 382w
Criminal Procedure and Investigations Act 1996 (Code of Practice) (Northern Ireland) Order 2005

                  Chamber Debates

    (14.07.2005) 1042-3
Criminal proceedings

    Legal aid 64-5w, 490-1w, 825w
Criminal records

    Disclosure of information 125-6w, 787w

    Genetics 382w
Criminal Records Bureau

    Information and communications technology 1217w, 2568w

"Criminal Records Bureau Report and Accounts 2004/05"

Crisis loans


    Genetically modified organisms 427-8w, 1710-1w
Cross London Rail Links

    Offices 1047-8w
Crossrail Bill 2004/05 then 2005-06

                  Chamber Debates

    2R, Money res*, Ways and means res* and Motion to com (19.07.2005) 1123-221

Crossrail line

    287w, 995-7w, 1293w

    Construction 2417w

    Costs 1163w

    Cotswold railway line 287w

    Environmental impact assessment 18-9ws

    Expenditure 1048w

    Investment 667w

    Research 2129w

    Superlink railway line 2417w
Crown Prosecution Service


    Parental responsibility 13-4w
"Crown Prosecution Service annual report 2004/05"

"Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate Report 2004/05"

    39ws Cruddas, Jon

                  Chamber Debates

    Crossrail Bill, 2R (19.07.2005) 1165-9

    Immigration Asylum and Nationality Bill, 2R (05.07.2005) 218 Cryer, Mrs Ann

                  Chamber Debates

    Racial and Religious Hatred Bill, Rep and 3R (11.07.2005) 659-61
Cultural heritage

    Climate change 2301-2w

    Iraq 28-9w

    Regeneration 858-9w

    Tax allowances 1064-5w

    Business 640w

    Minorities 552-3

    Dental services 1669w, 2690-1w

    Peat bogs 1965w
Cumbria Constabulary

    Inspections 2621-2w Cummings, Mr John


    Alcoholic drinks, Easington 2378w

    Belize, Overseas aid 2226w

    Child Support Agency 678w

    Drugs, Misuse 2378-9w

    Employment, Easington 2379w

    Job creation, North East region 2259w

    Lung diseases, Easington 581w

    Sexually transmitted diseases, Easington 584w

    Smoking 1148w Cunningham, Mr Jim

                  Chamber Debates

    Council Tax Limitation (England) (Maximum Amounts) Order (20.07.2005) 1278

    Immigration Asylum and Nationality Bill, 2R (05.07.2005) 189, 195


    Afghanistan, Politics and government 323-4w

    Africa, Politics and government 1005w

    Alzheimer's disease, Drugs 973w

    Alzheimer's disease, Medical treatments 1889w

    British nationality 376-7w

    British nationality, Right of abode 401w

    British nationality, Travel restrictions 377w

    Business questions 460

    Capital investment, Dept for Transport 1794w

    City academies, Finance 1394w

    Coventry 2261-2w

    Departmental responsibilities, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 2290w

    Dyslexia 955

    EC law 284w

    Education 1643-4w

    Electoral register 1935-6w

    Entry clearances 1548w

    Firearms, Crime 2575w

    Hazardous substances, Waste disposal 649w

    Home care services, Fees and charges 1144w

    Housing benefit, Coventry 1809-10w

    Iran, Nuclear power 664w

    Iraq, Peace keeping operations 260w

    Jobcentre Plus, Coventry 2019w

    Legal aid, Asylum 488-9w

    Pakistan, Terrorism 2102w

    Passports, Interviews 912-4w

    Pension Protection Fund 1644w

    Pensions, Coventry 1646-7w, 1649w

    Pensions, Financial assistance scheme 1647w

    Philippines, Politics and government 2437w

    Railways, Coventry 1800w, 2876w

    Recycling 651w

    Renewable energy, Coventry 59w

    Research, Dept of Health 2780w

    Severn Trent Water, Inquiries 1713w

    Small claims, Personal injury 1938w

    Social security benefits, Employment 1991-2w

    Standard local housing allowance 1272-3w

    Sub-Saharan Africa, Oil 1932w

    Teachers, Ethnic groups 1423w

    Welfare tax credits, Overpayments 622-3w

    Business 840w, 1014w

    Citizenship 445w

    Food technology 1236w

    Vocational education 444w

    World War II 1420-1w Curry, Rt Hon David

                  Chamber Debates

    Group of Eight (11.07.2005) 592 Curtis-Thomas, Ms Claire


    Children, Abuse 2553w

    Children in care, Abuse 2184w

    Community service orders 2554w

    Criminal Cases Review Commission 520w

    Sports, Young people 551-2
Custodial treatment

    Defaulters 906w

    Driving under influence 522-5w

    Mentally disturbed offenders 2596w

    Road traffic offences 135-8w

    Young offenders 2201w


    287-8w, 598-9w

    Children 2339-40w

    Mountains 2070w

    Road traffic offences 2568-9w
Cystic fibrosis

    Prescriptions 1251

    Screening 1911w

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