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Dacorum Primary Care Trust

    Dental health 2689-90w
Dairy products

    Prices 2304-6w

    Scholarships 1011-3w, 1235-6w
Dangerous driving

Dangerous mental patients

    763-5w Darling, Rt Hon Alistair, Secretary of State for Transport and Secretary of State for Scotland

                  Chamber Debates

    Business motions (19.07.2005) 1121

    Crossrail Bill, 2R (19.07.2005) 1123-37, 1204-5

    Transport, Ministerial statements (05.07.2005) 171-3, 175-83

                  Written Statements

    Railways, Freight 71-3ws


    Aviation, Complaints 1791w

    Aviation, Scotland 242w

    Caledonian MacBrayne 242w

    Demonstrations, Edinburgh 155-8

    Devolution, Scotland 242w

    Economic situation, Scotland 243w

    European Union, Scotland 158-9

    Group of Eight, Gleneagles 151-4, 243w, 1088w

    Identity cards, Scotland 243w

    Lorry road user charge 1795w

    Public transport, Air conditioning 673-4w

    Railtrack 2133-4w

    Railways, Construction 2423w

    Railways, Greater London 2132w

    Rapid transit systems 1794-5w

    Rapid transit systems, Expenditure 2882w

    Rapid transit systems, Finance 479w

    Road Haulage Forum 1801w

    Scottish Parliament, Elections 1524-5w
Dartford Gravesham and Swanley Primary Care Trust

    Emergency services 2772w
Dartmoor Prison


    Religion 1507w
Data protection

    Census 75-6w, 79w, 869w, 888w, 1834w

    Fraud 1782w

    House of Commons 1335w

    Identity cards 1782w

    Inland Revenue 1171w

    Members 236w
Data Protection Act 1998


    1602w, 1788-9w

    Firearms 909-10w

    Identity cards 2192w

    Patients 734w

    Police 1498-9w

    Proof of identity 1610-4w, 2588-9w

    Vehicle number plates 2548-9w

    Council tax 1444-5w Davey, Mr Edward

                  Chamber Debates

    Local government finance (04.07.2005) 32, 49, 51, 57

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Mental health services, Greater London (19.07.2005) 416wh, 422-3wh


    Council housing, Property transfer 315w

    Heathrow Airport 999w

    Heathrow Airport, Noise 669w

    Heathrow Airport, Security 668w

    Heathrow Airport, Shops 669w

    Listed buildings 1366w

    Magnetic resonance imagers, Greater London 584w

    Magnetic resonance imagers, Waiting lists 455-6w

    Motor vehicles 600w

    Motor vehicles, Petrol alternatives 999w

    Olympic Games, Greater London 1368w, 2293-4w

    Peat bogs, Cumbria 1965w

    Pupils, Intimidation 1239-40w

    Schools, Crimes of violence 1238-9w, 1731w

    Vocational guidance 947-8 David, Mr Wayne


    Welfare tax credits, Wales 1239 Davidson, Mr Ian


    Care homes, EC internal trade 2711-2w

    Contracts, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 2246w

    Contracts, Dept for Education and Skills 840-1w

    EC internal trade 592-4w, 1930w

    Education, EC internal trade 2358w

    Environment protection, EC internal trade 2310w

    European Constitution Treaty 2100-1w, 2578-9w

    Health services, EC internal trade 2712w

    Local government services, Contracts 807-8w

    NHS, Contracts 2749w

    Security, EC internal trade 2631w

    Transport, Foreign companies 1294w Davies, David TC

                  Chamber Debates

    Abortion, Points of order (06.07.2005) 306

    Local government finance (04.07.2005) 25, 33, 40, 80

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    NHS, Wales (12.07.2005) 245-8wh, 250wh, 252wh


    Advertising, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1111-2w

    Advertising, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 2073w

    Advertising, Dept for Education and Skills 831w

    Advertising, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 2297-8w

    Advertising, Dept for International Development 1003-4w

    Advertising, Dept for Transport 1289w

    Advertising, Dept for Work and Pensions 1810-2w

    Advertising, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 1369-70w

    Advertising, Home Office 1604w

    Advertising, Ministry of Defence 1751-2w

    Advertising, Northern Ireland Office 1972w

    Advertising, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 961-2w

    Advertising, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1027w

    Advertising, Prime Minister 643w

    Advertising, Scotland Office 1086w

    Advertising, Treasury 433w

    Armed forces, Protective clothing 1528w

    Business questions 978, 1428

    Children, Maintenance 483w

    Coal 1735w

    Conferences, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1112w

    Conferences, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 2073w

    Conferences, Dept for Education and Skills 1011w

    Conferences, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 2304w

    Conferences, Dept for International Development 2227w

    Conferences, Dept for Transport 995w

    Conferences, Dept for Work and Pensions 2502w

    Conferences, Dept of Trade and Industry 1338w

    Conferences, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 663w

    Conferences, Ministry of Defence 657w

    Conferences, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1255w

    Conferences, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1027w

    Conferences, Prime Minister 1307w

    Conferences, Scotland Office 1524w

    Conferences, Treasury 687w, 2383-4w

    Crimes of violence, Religion 904w

    Dept of Health 1126w

    Entry clearances 332-4w, 2102-3w, 2440w

    Equal opportunities, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 2247-8w

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

    Equal opportunities, Dept for Education and Skills 2341-2w

    Equal opportunities, Dept for Transport 2419-20w

    Equal opportunities, Dept of Health 2711w

    Equal opportunities, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 2429-30w

    Equal opportunities, Ministry of Defence 2113w

    Equal opportunities, Scotland Office 2812w

    Manpower, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1202w

    Manpower, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 858w

    Manpower, Dept for Education and Skills 1395w

    Manpower, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 1517w

    Manpower, Dept for International Development 1843w

    Manpower, Dept for Transport 1793w

    Manpower, Dept for Work and Pensions 1811w

    Manpower, Dept of Health 1898w

    Manpower, Dept of Trade and Industry 1339w

    Manpower, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 2428w

    Manpower, Home Office 2570w

    Manpower, Ministry of Defence 1313-4w

    Manpower, Northern Ireland Office 1567w

    Manpower, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1433w

    Manpower, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1940-1w

    Manpower, Prime Minister 1934w

    Manpower, Scotland Office 1086-7w

    Manpower, Treasury 1062w

    Ministerial duties, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1028w

    Ministerial duties, Prime Minister 34w

    Pension funds, Trusts 1360w

    Police, Wales 1242-3

    Public expenditure, Dept for Education and Skills 2802w

    Public expenditure, Ministry of Defence 1530w

    Public expenditure, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1940w

    Racially aggravated offences 504w

    Religiously aggravated offences 2183w

    Sick leave, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1203-4w

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

    Sick leave, Dept for Education and Skills 1421w

    Sick leave, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 1969w

    Sick leave, Dept for International Development 1862w

    Sick leave, Dept for Transport 1802w

    Sick leave, Dept of Health 2782w

    Sick leave, Dept of Trade and Industry 1745-6w

    Sick leave, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 2105w

    Sick leave, Home Office 2640-2w

    Sick leave, Ministry of Defence 1539-40w

    Sick leave, Northern Ireland Office 2486-7w

    Sick leave, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1450w

    Sick leave, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1945w

    Sick leave, Prime Minister 1308w

    Sick leave, Scotland Office 1525w

    Sick leave, Treasury 1171w

    Taxation, Civil partnerships 1571-2w

    Taxis, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 826w, 2816w

    Taxis, Dept for Education and Skills 446w, 2373w

    Taxis, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 255w

    Taxis, Dept for Transport 2137w

    Taxis, Dept for Work and Pensions 1824w

    Taxis, Dept of Trade and Industry 60w

    Taxis, Ministry of Defence 1540-1w

    Taxis, Northern Ireland Office 1073w

    Taxis, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1545w

    Taxis, Treasury 105w

    Taxis, Wales 292-3w

    Vandalism, Religious buildings 783w

    Written questions, Administrative delays 1274w Davies, Philip

                  Chamber Debates

    Racial and Religious Hatred Bill, Rep and 3R (11.07.2005) 605, 617-8, 625, 632-3

    Regulation (04.07.2005) 92, 110

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Abortion, Time limits (19.07.2005) 393-6wh, 399wh


    Cancer, Health services 2681-2w

    Disability and Carers Service, Training 2005-8w

    Disability Rights Commission, Discrimination 2009-10w

    Discrimination, Gender 1398-9 Davies, Mr Quentin

                  Chamber Debates

    Terrorism (11.07.2005) 577-8


    Germany, Diplomatic service 880w

    Taxation, Self-assessment 696w Davis, Rt Hon David

                  Chamber Debates

    Immigration Asylum and Nationality Bill, 2R (05.07.2005) 196, 198, 200-10, 212

    Terrorism (07.07.2005) 465-6, (20.07.2005) 1257-9


    Agency nurses, Manpower 740w

    Asylum, Applications 1215-6w

    Cellular phones, Home Office 2186w

    Illegal immigrants 1611-2w

    Legal aid, Asylum 489-90w

    Mental health services, Yorkshire and Humberside 1137w

    Obesity 356-8w

    Parking offences, Fixed penalties 1492w

    Passports, Fraud 2605w

    Police, Sick leave 1619-20w

    Recycling, East Riding 1287w

    Security, Home Office 1484w

    Speeches, Home Office 2596w
Day care

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

    Dept of Trade and Industry 701w

    East Sussex 2370w, 2705w

    Wales 1945w

    see Hearing impaired

Dean, Mrs Janet

                  Chamber Debates

    Licensing Act 2003 (12.07.2005) 775


    Consultants, Dept for International Development 683w

    Consultants, Dept for Transport 1293w

    Consultants, Dept of Health 448w

    Consultants, Ministry of Defence 1075w

    Consultants, Non-governmental organisations 905-6w

    Consultants, Northern Ireland 192w

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

    Consultants, Public sector 51w, 298w

    Consultants, Regulation 283w

    Hepatitis, Burton on Trent 728w

    In vitro fertilisation 352w

    Literacy 953

    Nurses, Schools 363w

    Prisoners 550w

    Prisons, Drugs 1097-8w, 1225w

    Prisons, Employment 544-5w

    Public sector, Consultants 1808-9w

    Transplant surgery, Kidneys 352w

    Voluntary organisations, Consultants 1721w
Dean Hill

    Military bases 1528-9w

    (19.07.2005) 365-84wh

    Alcoholic drinks 75-7w, 2028w

    Alcoholism 2469-70w

    Asylum 1473w

    Bacterial diseases 86-7w

    Cancer 192w

    Care homes 747w

    Cervical cancer 274-5w

    Clostridium 433w, 889w

    Epilepsy 2478-9w

    Heath, Edward (18.07.2005) 1074-90

    Patients 719w

    Police custody 539-40w, 1784-5w

    Pregnancy complications 1198-9w

    Prisoners 936-44w

    Railways 290w

    Smoking 365w
Death rate

    Gulf War syndrome 58-9ws

    Hospitals 2856w

    Hypothermia 434w, 618-20w

    Africa 2226w

    Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust 582-3w

    Developing countries 85-6w, 1841-2w, 2030-1w

    Greater London 92w

    Iraq (05.07.2005) 47-53wh

    NHS 978w, 985-7w, 1464w

    Sierra Leone 472-3w

    Social security benefits 1358-9w

    Sub-Saharan Africa 1329w

    Social security benefits 2519-20w
Deep vein thrombosis

    150ws, 2708w

    Bovine tuberculosis 1515w

    Custodial treatment 906w

    (07.07.2005) 471-542

    British overseas territories 2288w

    Procurement 38w, 43ws, 261-2w
Defence agencies

    Operating costs 1311-2w
Defence Assistance Fund

Defence equipment


    China 1251w

    Procurement 1077w

    Technology transfer 1105-6

    Warships 554w
Defence Export Services Organisation

    259w, 861w, 1075-6w, 1313w, 1529w
Defence Science and Technology Laboratory

    Standards 29-30ws
Defence Storage and Distribution Agency

    Standards 112ws

    Drugs 1124w

    Health services 1896-7w

    Northern Ireland 1383w, 1567w

Democratic Republic of Congo

    Arms trade 1121w, 1336w, 1736w

    Overseas aid 1842w

    Housing 807w

    Edinburgh 155-8

    Northern Ireland 199w

    Scotland 1524w

    Unemployment 107w Denham, Rt Hon John

                  Chamber Debates

    Terrorism (11.07.2005) 575-6, (20.07.2005) 1263

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Ports, EC action (20.07.2005) 466-70wh


    Business questions 974

    Housing, Low incomes 295-6w

    National insurance contributions, Rebates 1647w

    National Police Improvement Agency 1614w

    State retirement pensions 2025w

    State second pension, Costs 1822w

    Taxation, Pensions 1693w

    Terrorism 833-4
Dental health


    Children 2147w, 2156-7w

    Dacorum Primary Care Trust 2689-90w
Dental services

    15-7ws, 344-6w, 1138-9w, 1667w, 1897w, 2153-7w, 2692-7w, 2699w, 2702w

    Bedfordshire 1186-7w

    Bournemouth 1187w

    Children 2700w

    Chorley 1458-9w

    Cumbria 1669w, 2690-1w

    Devon 1457w

    Essex 2701w

    Fees and charges 719w, 2697w, 2700-1w

    Foreign workers 211-2w, 452w

    Greater London 2149-53w, 2701-2w

    Hampshire 1459-60w

    Hertfordshire 208w, 453w, 719w, 1456-7w

    Kent 2696-7w

    Lancashire 208-9w, 1669w

    Maldon and South Chelmsford Primary Care Trust 1457-8w

    Manpower 2154-5w, 2699-701w, 2841-2w

    Milton Keynes 451-3w, 2698w

    Morecambe 2693w

    NHS Direct 2691w

    Northern Ireland 198-9w

    Nurses 2799-800w

    Parking 564w

    Patients 209w, 971w

    Pay 2695-6w

    Peterborough 1187-8w, 1668w

    Portsmouth 209-10w, 2702w

    Resignations 2699w

    Rotherham 1897-8w

    St Albans 1460w

    Shrewsbury 210-1w

    South West region 2698-9w

    Southend on Sea 720w, 1668-9w, 2698w

    Standards 1897w

    Urban areas 971w

    Wellingborough 2700w

    Working hours 2697w

    Wrekin 298

    Graduates 2153-4w

    Newcastle upon Tyne 212w

    Student numbers 212w

    Training 345w, 2694w, 2697-9w
Dentists Act 1984 (Amendment) Order 2005

                  Chamber Debates

    (12.07.2005) 808

    2156w, 2841w
Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

    Computers 247w
Departmental coordination

    Drugs 2556w
Departmental reorganisation

    Dept of Health 2703w
Departmental responsibilities

    Animal experiments 2298-9w

    Dept for Culture Media and Sport 2290w

    Dept of Trade and Industry 52-3w

    Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 2462w

    Air force 13

    Armed forces 1076w, 1750w

    Destroyers 2286w

    Frigates 2286w

    Reserve forces 1760w

    Warships 2121w

    116-7w, 506w, 1214w, 2545w

    Complaints 117-8w

    Detainees 117w

    Illegal immigrants 1216w

    Iraq 1212-3w

    Kurds 905w

    Malawi 779w, 2548w

    Offenders 782w, 917-8w, 2583-4w

    Sudan 1213w, 1215w

    Zimbabwe 9-10ws, 49ws, 147w, 404w, 755-7w, 765w, 2548w
Dept for Constitutional Affairs

    Advertising 1111-2w

    Conferences 1112w

    Consultants 1602-3w, 1937w

    Contracts 2246w

    Correspondence 2246w, 2815w

    Equal opportunities 2247-8w

    Freedom of information 2248w

    Government bills 1298w

    Identity cards 1112w

    Internet 2254-6w

    Manpower 1202w

    Orders and regulations 1114w

    Private finance initiative 2252-3w

    Procurement 1202w

    Public private partnerships 2252-3w

    Sick leave 1203-4w

    Stress 241-2w

    Taxis 826w, 2816w

    Telephone services 2816-7w

    Wines 1202-3w
Dept for Culture Media and Sport

    Advertising 2069w, 2073w

    Conferences 2073w

    Consultants 1557w, 2076w

    Correspondence 2072w, 2289-90w

    Departmental responsibilities 2290w

    Equal opportunities 2291-2w

    Identity cards 2073-4w

    Information officers 2081w

    Manpower 858w

    Ministerial policy advisors 33-4w

    Olympic Games 1763w

    Procurement 1046w

    Public expenditure 641w

    Scotland 2290w

    Sick leave 1161-2w

    Telephone services 2295-6w

    Wines 458w
Dept for Education and Skills

    Advertising 271w, 831w

    Conferences 1011w

    Consultants 152-3w, 2057w, 2347-8w

    Consultation papers 2343-5w, 2377w

    Contracts 840-1w

    Correspondence 2339w, 2799w

    Domestic visits 1404w, 1724-6w

    Equal opportunities 2341-2w

    Food 443w

    Grants 2323w

    Information and communications technology 2810w

    Manpower 1395w

    Members 1723-4w

    Ministerial policy advisors 2371w

    New members 2353w

    Opposition 2357-8w

    Procurement 2340w

    Public appointments 2328w

    Public expenditure 2802w

    Sick leave 1421w

    Stress 178-9w

    Surveys 2356w

    Taxis 446w, 2373w

    Telephone services 2811w

    Wales 2377w

    Wines 1722w
Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs

    Advertising 2297-8w

    Car allowances 1517w

    Conferences 2304w

    Consultants 1961-3w

    Correspondence 2829w

    Freedom of information 2832w

    Government laboratories 36ws

    Honours 6w

    Identity cards 650w

    Information officers 567w

    Licensing 1521w

    Manpower 1517w

    Ministerial policy advisors 1969w

    Opinion polls 2834w

    Procurement 1516w

    Publications 1516w

    Scotland 2829-30w

    Sick leave 1969w

    Stress 256w

    Taxis 255w

    Telephone services 2834w

    Visits abroad 1956w

    Waste management 2319-20w

    Wines 646w
Dept for International Development

    Advertising 1003-4w

    Conferences 2227w

    Consultants 683w, 2231-2w

    Government bills 1850w

    Manpower 1843w

    Ministerial policy advisors 685w

    Orders and regulations 1864w

    Procurement 1843w

    Sick leave 1862w

    Stress 1007-9w

    Wines 2227w
Dept for Transport

    Advertising 1289w

    Advisory bodies 1048-9w

    Capital investment 1794w

    Conferences 995w

    Consultants 1293w, 2128w, 2420-1w, 2873w, 2880w, 2883w

    Correspondence 2873w

    Equal opportunities 2419-20w

    Freedom of information 2880w

    Information officers 480-1w

    Legislation 1293w

    Legislative drafting 1800w

    Manpower 1793w

    Ministerial policy advisors 1056w

    Olympic Games 2131w

    Opposition 2131w

    Orders and regulations 676w

    Procurement 1793w

    Scotland 2876-9w

    Sick leave 1802w

    Standards 1293-4w, 1793w

    Stress 17-8w

    Surveys 2880-1w

    Taxis 2137w

    Wines 1048w
Dept for Work and Pensions

    Advertising 1810-2w

    Annual reports 108ws

    Audit 2018w

    Computers 2501-2w

    Conferences 2502w

    Consultants 1806-8w, 2019w, 2519w

    Correspondence 2503w, 2818-9w

    Electronic publishing 1812w

    Energy 2819-20w

    Honours 2012w

    Identity cards 2511-2w

    Information and communications technology 1071-2, 1811w, 2011w

    Information officers 1823w

    Information services 2003w

    Location 2003w

    Manpower 1811w, 2505-6w, 2531-2w

    Newtown Powys 1819-20w

    Procurement 2025-6w, 2505w, 2828w

    Public expenditure 2003-4w

    Publications 2530w

    Renewable energy 2820w

    Scotland 2819w

    Security 2011w

    Sick leave 2531w, 2828w

    Standards 1811w

    Stress 1650w

    Taxis 1824w

    Telephone services 2818-9w

    Trade union officials 1811-2w

    Wines 2011w
Dept of Health


    Advertising 570w, 576w

    Annual reports 65ws

    Consultants 448w, 2739-40w, 2855-6w

    Consultation papers 2851w

    Correspondence 1896w

    Departmental reorganisation 2703w

    Equal opportunities 2711w

    Government bills 2679w

    Information and communications technology 2842w

    Manpower 1898w

    Ministerial policy advisors 2867w

    New members 2702w

    Non-departmental public bodies 204w

    Official engagements 2845w

    Opposition 2776w

    Orders and regulations 992w

    Private finance initiative 988-92w

    Procurement 2703w

    Public bodies 1891-2w

    Public participation 2858w

    Research 1145w, 2703w, 2780w

    Select committee reports 363w

    Sick leave 2782w

    Surveys 2703-4w

    Taxis 1918w
Dept of Trade and Industry

    Advertising 1923w

    Buildings 1348w, 1353w

    Conferences 1338w

    Consultants 1735-6w, 2256w

    Day care 701w

    Departmental responsibilities 52-3w

    Disabled 1924w

    Disciplinary proceedings 1352w

    Early retirement 592w

    Email 1746w

    Equal opportunities 2268w

    Freedom of information 2258w

    Group 4 Securitas 1928-9w

    Homeworking 1339w, 1740w

    Identity cards 1572-3w

    Information officers 58-9w

    Legislation 1573w

    Manpower 1339w, 1736-7w

    Ministerial policy advisors 1746w

    Procurement 1737-9w

    Public relations 2259w

    Recruitment 1338-9w

    Redundancy 1057-8w

    Rents 1745w

    Scotland 2256-7w

    Sick leave 1745-6w

    Statute law 46-7w

    Stress 467-8w

    Surveys 2267-8w

    Taxis 60w

    Theft 1342w

    Wines 853-4w

    Primary care trusts 359w
Derwent Valley

    Opencast mining (21.07.2005) 1509-16
Design and Artists Copyright Society


    Deployment 2286w


    Deportation 117w

    Diego Garcia 259w

    Hunger strikes 775w

    Iraq 259w, 1317-9w, 1371w

    Legal opinion 112w

    Northern Ireland 2183-4w

    Terrorism 1604-5w

    Transport 755w
Detection rates

    514w, 759w

    Birmingham 2563-6w

    Gloucestershire 2567-8w

    Hammersmith and Fulham 380-1w

    Sexual offences 141-2w

    Solihull 2563-6w

    Surrey 2562-4w

    Wales 381w
Developing countries

    Common agricultural policy 1516w

    Debts 85-6w, 1841-2w, 2030-1w

    Financial services 2227-9w

    Health services 265-6w, 1849w

    Horticulture 1005-6w

    Infant mortality 1360-1w

    International Monetary Fund 1866-8w

    Poliomyelitis 10-1ws

    Politics and government 1370w

    Poverty 2386-7w

    Supermarkets 2270w

    Trade agreements 1747-8w

    World Bank 1866-8w
Development aid


    Northern Ireland 817-21

    Scotland 242w

    Wales 1719w, 2412w

    Biofuels 1350w

    Dental services 1457w

    Planning permission 2460w

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