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Diabetes

    Eyesight 1470-1w, 2704w

    Greater London 453-4w
Diagnosis

    Sexually transmitted diseases 2165-6w

    Tomography 346w
Diego Garcia

    Detainees 259w
Diesel fuel

    Boats 1833-4w, 2033w

    Excise duties 1833-4w, 1967w, 2033w

    Fisheries 1967w

    Lorries 1163w
Dietary supplements

    832-3

    EC law 1297w, 1526w, 2162w, 2713-5w

    Folic acid 2713w
Digestive system

    Diseases 1129-30w, 2843-4w
Digital broadcasting

    (05.07.2005) 54-61wh, 110-1ws, 634-5w

    Borders region 634w

    Low incomes 552w

    Midlothian 2291w

    Multiple occupation 635-6w, 2073w

    Pensioners 552w

    Rented housing 31w

    Rural areas 1363w

    South West region 2073w, 2291w

    Stroud 2291w

    Swansea 634w

    Wales 1027-8w
Digital mapping

    1954w
Digital technology

    Hearing aids 973w, 1130w, 1460w, 1898w, 2675-6w
Diplomatic relations

    Equatorial Guinea 1370-1w

    USA 1108-10
Diplomatic service

    Burma 2425-6w

    Disciplinary proceedings 2099w

    Equatorial Guinea 1551w

    European Union 183w

    Germany 880w

    Misconduct 2425w

    Tourists 188w, 665w
Direct payments

    2784w
Director of Public Prosecutions

    see Crown Prosecution Service
Disability aids

    681-2
Disability and Carers Service

    Training 2005-8w
Disability Discrimination Act 2005

                  Written Statements

    167-70ws

                  Questions

    Cancer 1637-8w
Disability living allowance

    69w, 2009w

    Bedfordshire 1812-3w

    Belfast 1973-4w

    Forms 2008-9w

    Lanarkshire 2507-8w

    Northern Ireland 1870-2w
Disability premium

    2506w
Disability Rights Commission

    Discrimination 2009-10w
"Disability Rights Commission Report and Accounts 2004/05"

    78ws
Disabled

    Antisocial behaviour orders 1210-1w, 1779w

    Children 1383w

    Dept of Trade and Industry 1924w

    Employment 2005w, 2010w, 2506-7w

    Northern Ireland 193w

    Overseas aid 1361-2w

    Parking 597w

    Pregnancy 2157w

    Prisoners 2187-8w

    Probation 2187-8w

    Pupils 339-40w

    Rehabilitation 2779-80w

    Social security benefits 1938w

    War pensions 2280w
Disabled facilities grants

    1542w, 2460w
Disadvantaged

    Children 2038-9w

    Education 1886w

    Health services 1247-8

    National Lottery 553-4
Disciplinary proceedings

    Armed forces 1532w

    Dept of Trade and Industry 1352w

    Diplomatic service 2099w

    Foreign and Commonwealth Office 2101w, 2432-3w

    Health professions 2835w

    NHS 740w
Discipline

    Prisons 2622w

    Schools 439-40w, 1394w
Discrimination

    Disability Rights Commission 2009-10w

    Employment 39-41ws

    Females 1748w

    Gender 1398-400

    Homosexuality 851-2w

    Pregnant women 856-7w, 1573w
Discrimination Law Review

    1739w
Disease control

    Animals 139ws

    Avian influenza 2146w

    Bees 413w

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

    BSE 2301w, 2311-2w

    Clostridium 576-7w, 1190-1w

    Finance 1190w

    Foot and mouth disease 1947-8w, 2309w

    Influenza 579-80w, 2730w

    Malaria 352-3w, 1044-5w, 1850-2w

    Malawi 266w, 1852-4w

    Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus 575w

    Newcastle disease 142-3ws, 1964-5w, 2313w

    Scrapie 2315-6w
Diseases

    Animals 2828-9w

    Cereals 1036w

    Digestive system 1129-30w, 2843-4w

    Nervous system 277-8w

    Weather 222w Dismore, Mr Andrew

                  Chamber Debates

    London Olympics Bill, 2R (21.07.2005) 1470-3

    Olympic Games (06.07.2005) 418

    Pharmaceutical Labelling (Warning of Cognitive Function Impairment) Bill, 1R (05.07.2005) 184-7

    Terrorism (07.07.2005) 470, (20.07.2005) 1268

                  Questions

    Accident and emergency departments, Admissions 341w, 709-10w

    Councillors, Complaints 1450w

    Crime, Barnet 2560w

    Crime, Greater London 516w

    Edgware Hospital, Magnetic resonance imagers 454w

    Emergencies, Telephone services 2577w

    Fire services, Management 965w

    General practitioners, Patients 974w

    Health services, Greater London 219-20w

    Helicopters, Noise 23w

    Hospitals, Hendon 1190w

    House of Commons, Stationery 231w

    International Organisation of Vine and Wine 1522w

    Licensing Act 2003 638-9w

    Licensing laws 31-2w

    Members, Stationery 1989-90w

    Metropolitan Police, Finance 540w

    Metropolitan Police, Manpower 395-6w, 1493w

    Metropolitan Police, Standards 776-7w

    Middle East, Armed conflict 2435-6w

    Middle East, Violence 2435w

    Nazi war crimes 143-5w, 780-1w, 1785w

    Northern Cyprus 181-2w

    Police, Pay 397-8w

    Sewers, Rodents 7-9w

    Sierra Leone, Debts 472-3w

    Sierra Leone, Overseas aid 473-4w

    Westminster Hall, Repairs and maintenance 232w

    Wines, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 551w

    Wines, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1202-3w

    Wines, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 458w

    Wines, Dept for Education and Skills 1722w

    Wines, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 646w

    Wines, Dept for International Development 2227w

    Wines, Dept for Transport 1048w

    Wines, Dept for Work and Pensions 2011w

    Wines, Dept of Trade and Industry 853-4w

    Wines, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 183w, 325w

    Wines, Home Office 1608w

    Wines, Leader of the House of Commons 405w

    Wines, Ministry of Defence 1076w

    Wines, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 797w

    Wines, Prime Minister 643-4w

    Wines, Solicitor-General 629w

    Wines, Treasury 1063w
Dispersal orders

    521-2w, 751w

    Greater London 2539-40w
Distributive trade

    Newspaper press 1743w
Divisions

    Prime Minister 644w Djanogly, Mr Jonathan

                  Chamber Debates

    Council Tax Limitation (England) (Maximum Amounts) Order (20.07.2005) 1282, 1305-7

                  Questions

    Absent voting 868w

    Absent voting, Commonwealth 868w

    Absent voting, Fraud 868w

    Civil proceedings, Compensation 1109-10w

    Community justice centres, Liverpool 1201-2w, 1303-5w

    Community Legal Service 235-6w

    Companies, Disclosure of information 2255-6w

    Compensation, Regulation 822w, 1601w

    Conditional fee agreements 822-3w

    Criminal Defence Service, Legal costs 823w

    Domestic violence 1607-8w

    Duty solicitors 826w

    Electoral register 164

    Legal aid 64w, 237-9w

    Legal aid, Contracts 238-9w, 825w, 1112-3w, 1937w

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

    Legal aid, Fees and charges 237w

    Legal costs 1110-1w

    Legal profession, Advertising 1109w

    Legal profession, Equal opportunities 1603-4w

    Liability, Insurance 1114w

    Overseas residence, Voting rights 1778w

    Prosecutions 761-3w

    Prosecutions, Standards 1217w

    Public Defender Service 240-1w

    Small claims 1114w

    Victim support schemes 2653w

    Voting rights 2247w

    Voting rights, British nationality 1601-2w Dobbin, Jim

                  Chamber Debates

    Housing, Petitions (20.07.2005) 1371

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Abortion, Time limits (19.07.2005) 391-3wh

                  Questions

    Northern Ireland government 2485w Dobson, Rt Hon Frank

                  Chamber Debates

    Racial and Religious Hatred Bill, Rep and 3R (11.07.2005) 662-3

    Terrorism (07.07.2005) 467, (11.07.2005) 572

                  Questions

    Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, Debts 582-3w

    Hospital beds 355w

    Hospital wards, Closures 2792w

    Hospitals, Closures 2839w

    NHS, Finance 740w, 2167w

    NHS, Private sector 360-1w, 2867w

    NHS Direct 582w

    NHS treatment centres, Recruitment 227-8w, 2176-7w
Doctors

    2844w

    Entry clearances 2108w, 2772w

    Foreign workers 120-2w

    Manpower 721w

    Pay 2706w

    Qualifications 2158w

    Teesside 2754-62w

    Working hours 2158w Dodds, Mr Nigel

                  Chamber Debates

    Consumer Credit Bill, Rep and 3R (14.07.2005) 1000

    Finance Bill, Rep and 3R (06.07.2005) 366

                  Questions

    Adult education, Northern Ireland 190-1w

    Business, Insurance 1381-2w

    Business questions 459-60, 969-70, 1425

    Care homes, Northern Ireland 191w, 1879w

    Charities, Northern Ireland 334-5w

    Child Trust Fund, Northern Ireland 81w

    Civil servants, Northern Ireland 1382w

    Council housing, Northern Ireland 337w

    Council tax 299w

    Detection rates 514w, 759w

    Domestic wastes, Northern Ireland 201w

    Driving instruction, Northern Ireland 491-2w

    Driving offences, Northern Ireland 337-8w

    Driving tests, Northern Ireland 492w

    EC presidency, Northern Ireland 193w

    Education, Disadvantaged 1886w

    Electoral register, Northern Ireland 1384w

    Electricity, Consumption 53w

    Electricity, Prices 193w

    Energy, Advisory services 1974-5w

    Environment protection, Regulation 439

    Further education, Northern Ireland 194w

    Housing benefit, Northern Ireland 336-7w, 492w

    Legal aid, Northern Ireland 239w

    Literacy, Northern Ireland 197-8w

    Magistrates, Northern Ireland 1112w, 1203w

    Mental health services, Waiting lists 1982w

    Northern Ireland Child Support Agency 491w

    Northern Ireland government, Freedom of information 193-4w

    Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission 1568w

    Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission, Public appointments 1980-2w

    Parades Commission 866w

    Pension credit 1066

    Police Service of Northern Ireland, Civilians 492-7w

    Police Service of Northern Ireland, Cleaning services 339w

    Police Service of Northern Ireland, Training 867-8w

    Public expenditure, Northern Ireland 1384w

    Pupils, Belfast 200w

    Rates and rating, Northern Ireland 199w

    Roads, Belfast 198w

    Sign language, Northern Ireland 1570-1w

    Sign language, Schools 499-500w

    Social rented housing, Rents 318w

    Water charges 428w
Dogs

    Identification 646w

    Theft 382w, 2596w
Domestic appliances

    Renewable energy 2268-9w
Domestic rates

    2085w

    Northern Ireland 2477w
Domestic violence

    382-3w, 1607-8w, 1781w, 2571w

    Children 212-3w

    Contact orders 156w, 1398w

    Females 1920w

    Haringey 765w

    Northern Ireland 1873w, 1974w

    Prisoners 1506w

    Psychiatry 454w

    Telephone services 588w

    Victims 1936w
Domestic wastes

    Northern Ireland 201w

    Recycling 2320-2w

    Waste disposal 1158-9w Donaldson, Mr Jeffrey M

                  Chamber Debates

    Heath, Edward, Death (18.07.2005) 1086-7

    Terrorism (20.07.2005) 1266

                  Questions

    Bus services, Concessions 193w

    Teachers, Performance appraisal 819-20w
Doncaster

    Social security benefits 76ws Donohoe, Mr Brian H

                  Questions

    European Union, Scotland 159

    Medical equipment, Emergencies 1461w

    Members, Correspondence 124w, 275w

    Terrorism 830
Donors

    Blood 575w, 2680w

    Organs 740w Doran, Mr Frank

                  Questions

    BBC 1362-3w

    House of Commons, Postal services 1748-9w
Dormice

    Conservation 247-8w Dorrell, Rt Hon Stephen

                  Chamber Debates

    Welfare tax credits (12.07.2005) 713, 721, 740-2

                  Questions

    Common agricultural policy, Reform 1099-100

    Inland Revenue, Maladministration 2408w Dorries, Nadine

                  Chamber Debates

    Council Tax Limitation (England) (Maximum Amounts) Order (20.07.2005) 1313-6

    Finance Bill, Rep and 3R (06.07.2005) 366

    Immigration Asylum and Nationality Bill, 2R (05.07.2005) 226

                  Questions

    Alcoholic drinks, Misuse 886w

    Antisocial behaviour orders, Bedfordshire 754w

    Armed forces, Recruitment 860w

    Asthma, Bedfordshire 1183-4w

    Average earnings, Bedfordshire 1060-1w

    Bedford Hospital NHS Trust 1184-5w, 2678-9w

    Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Strategic Health Authority, Manpower 1185w

    Breast cancer 887-8w

    Children, Bedfordshire 884-5w

    Dental services, Bedfordshire 1186-7w

    Disability living allowance, Bedfordshire 1812-3w

    Drugs, Bedfordshire 1188w

    Drugs, Rehabilitation 2573w

    Employment, Bedfordshire 885-6w

    Gambia, Overseas aid 1007-8w

    General practitioners, Bedfordshire 974-6w

    Great Western Railway, Franchises 2418w

    Health services, Bedfordshire 1659-60w

    Hearing aids, Digital technology 1130w

    Heart diseases, Nurses 981w

    Pensioners, Bedfordshire 885w

    Personal taxation, Bedfordshire 687w

    Probation officers 1105w

    Right to buy scheme, Bedfordshire 969w

    Secondary education, Bedfordshire 1020w

    Speed limits, Cameras 2423w

    Speed limits, Fines 1227-8w

    Stakeholder pensions 1069

    Television, Licensing 643w

    Testicular cancer, Bedfordshire 901-2w

    Transport, Bedfordshire 677w

    Trees 1040-1w

    Truancy, Bedfordshire 1024-6w

    Unemployment, Bedfordshire 883-4w
Dorset

    Occupational therapy 988w
Double taxation

    81w
Dovegate Prison

    765w Dowd, Jim

                  Chamber Debates

    Olympic Games (06.07.2005) 409-10

    Recess motions (20.07.2005) 1345-7

                  Questions

    Distributive trade, Newspaper press 1743w

    Driving offences, Cellular phones 588w

    Motorcycles, Road traffic offences 601w, 909w

    Motorways, Outdoor advertising 597w

    Primary care trusts, Finance 2777w
Drama

    Scholarships 1011-3w, 1235-6w Drew, Mr David

                  Chamber Debates

    Crossrail Bill, 2R (19.07.2005) 1125

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    South East Asia, Christianity (13.07.2005) 286-91wh, 306wh

                  Questions

    Africa, Food aid 851w

    Agriculture, Subsidies 428

    Airwave service 539w

    Alcoholic drinks, Gloucestershire 77-8w

    Animal welfare 1946w

    Animals, Diseases 2828-9w

    Beef, USA 951-2w

    Biofuels, EC action 2414w

    Bovine tuberculosis 3w, 1950-1w

    Bovine tuberculosis, Disease control 1153w

    BSE, Animal feed 1707-8w

    Bus services, Concessions 672-3w

    Cetaceans, Conservation 247w

    Democratic Republic of Congo, Arms trade 1121w

    Dental services, Foreign workers 211-2w

    Dental services, Standards 1897w

    Digital broadcasting, Stroud 2291w

    Domestic violence 2571w

    Domestic violence, Children 212-3w

    Driving, Working hours 600-1w

    Eastwood Park Prison, Nurses 2874w

    Environmental impact assessment, Gloucestershire 791-2w

    Environmental stewardship scheme 2307w

    Excise duties, Diesel fuel 2033w

    Export Control Organisation 1739w

    Fire services, Procurement 1769w

    Fire services, Radio 1260w, 1765w, 2089w

    Fire services, Reorganisation 1770-1w

    Foot and mouth disease, Disease control 2309w

    Gloucestershire Constabulary, Recruitment 109w

    Gloucestershire Constabulary, Reorganisation 396-7w

    Hare coursing, Northern Ireland 1387w

    Housing 1031w

    Information and communications technology, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 963w

    International Whaling Commission 252w

    Iran 328-9w

    Iraq conflict, Casualties 2281w

    Licensing Act 2003 546-7

    Livestock, Animal welfare 1519w

    Livestock, Compensation 1155w

    Local area agreements 2090-2w

    Malaria, Disease control 1044-5w, 1850-2w

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

    Morocco, Political prisoners 486w

    Nalliah, Danny 2196w

    Nature conservation, Smuggling 1955w

    NHS foundation trusts 347w, 2716-7w

    NHS treatment centres 577w

    North Korea, Food 1375w

    Parents, Education 2623-4w

    Passports, Eligibility 2598w

    Pension credit, Stroud 2023w

    Pension Protection Fund 268-9w

    Pensioners, Stroud 2532w

    Pesticides, Pollution control 1965w

    Planning permission, Enforcement 2459w

    Plastics, Waste disposal 953w

    Police, Finance 108-9w, 397-8w

    Population, Stroud 1833w

    Primary care trusts, Reorganisation 360w

    Primates, Pets 428-9w

    Prisoners 1224-5w, 2198-9w

    Prisoners, Self-mutilation 1501w

    Prisoners release, Females 1225w

    Prisons, Counselling 1106w

    Psychiatry, Domestic violence 454w

    RAF Menwith Hill 1537w

    Railways, Swindon 2422-3w

    Refuges 796-7w

    Slaughterhouses, Inspections 353-4w

    Special educational needs, Closures 174w

    State Veterinary Service, Manpower 1969w

    Sudan 879-80w, 2106w

    Sudan, Capital punishment 180w

    Sudan, EC external relations 1180w

    Sudan, Internally displaced persons 2233-4w

    Sudan, Peace keeping operations 8-9, 1098, 1777w

    Sudan, Political parties 2234w

    Superstition, Children 569w, 1605w

    Tenants, Advisory services 411w

    Terrorism, Biological weapons 2550w

    Testicular cancer, Gloucestershire 1701w

    Transmissible encephalopathies, Research 2786w

    Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 1970w

    Voluntary work, Home Office 949-50w

    Whales, Conservation 1041w

    Womens Royal Voluntary Service, Finance 1229w, 2220-2w
Drinking water

    Schools 2039-40w
Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency

    Northern Ireland 18w
Driving

    Licensing 613-4w, 997-8w

    Sight impaired 600w, 667-8w

    Working hours 600-1w
Driving instruction

    Northern Ireland 491-2w

    Publications 600w
Driving offences

    525w, 1484-5w, 2130-1w, 2644w

    Buses 2184w

    Cellular phones 588w, 2188w

    Convictions 1982-3w

    Essex 2643-4w

    Greater London 392-3w, 2188w

    Insurance 1513-4w, 1623-4w, 1803-4w

    Northern Ireland 337-8w, 1568-70w, 1982-3w

    Safety belts 2638-9w

    Sheffield 2184w

    Wales 1803w
Driving tests

    Essex 2879-80w

    Greater London 2879-80w

    Hazards 478-9w

    Kent 18-21w

    Lorries 478-9w

    Northern Ireland 492w, 815-6w

    Scotland 2418w

    Worcestershire 668w, 1163-4w
Driving under influence

    Accidents 2575w

    Custodial treatment 522-5w
Drug abuse

    Essex 686-7w
Drug prevention schemes

    Leeds 2189w
Drug seizures

    2574w
Drug treatment and testing orders

    949-50w

    Enforcement 2185w
Drugs

    2243w

    Abortion 2142w, 2857-8w

    Afghanistan 155-6w, 1546w, 1774w

    Alzheimer's disease 696-8, 973w, 2143-4w, 2668w

    Ambulance services 715-6w

    Arrests 127w

    Bedfordshire 1188w, 2573w

    Bone marrow disorders 2787-8w

    Breast cancer 1379-80w, 1893w

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

    Convictions 127w, 2576-7w

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

    Dementia 1124w

    Departmental coordination 2556w

    Easington 2378-9w

    EC internal trade 2189w

    Elderly 1143w, 1198w, 2665w

    Gloucestershire 77-8w

    Health education 441w

    Health professions 350w

    Hertfordshire 1217-8w, 1608w

    Imports 982w, 2689w

    Lancashire 516w

    Lincolnshire 81-2w

    Mentally ill 716-7w

    Misuse 127-8w, 516w, 1467-8w, 2192-4w, 2378-9w, 2576w

    Multiple sclerosis 2743-4w, 2858w

    Northern Ireland 201w, 1391-2w

    Obesity 1143w

    Peru 187w

    Plymouth 1466w

    Portsmouth 213w

    Prices 2575-6w

    Prisons 1097-8w, 1225w, 1505-6w, 1621w, 2214w, 2576w, 2628w

    Prosecutions 127w, 2576-7w

    Rehabilitation 127w, 750w, 1089-91w, 1466w, 1485w, 1608w, 2572-4w, 2706-8w

    Rehabilitation centres 213w

    St Albans 1485w

    Scotland 901w

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

    Smuggling 82-3w, 1062-3w, 1680w, 2560w

    South West region 2706-8w

    Teesside 1681-4w

    West Yorkshire 1130-1w
Drugs and Crime Fund

    2100w


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