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Fabricant, Michael

                  Chamber Debates

    Consumer Credit Bill, Rep and 3R (14.07.2005) 999-1000, 1005-6, 1008

    Terrorism (20.07.2005) 1271

    Transport (05.07.2005) 181

                  Questions

    Election offences 233w

    Hospitals, Lichfield 970-1w

    Information and communications technology, Dept for Work and Pensions 1071-2

    Manufacturing industries, Employment 1390

    Welsh language 1237
Fair trade initiative

    1844w

    Scotland 159-60
Faith schools

    Liverpool 156w

    Teesside 1424-5w
Falkland Islands

    Armed forces 1077w Fallon, Mr Michael

                  Chamber Debates

    Recess motions (20.07.2005) 1344-5

                  Questions

    Dental services, Kent 2696-7w

    Fire services, South East region 1768-9w

    Hospices, Finance 2728w

    Office for National Statistics, Public appointments 2394w

    Office for National Statistics, Standards 1691w

    VAT, Hospices 2390w
Families

    Surveys 2510w

    Tax credit 2408w
Family courts

    Disclosure of information 57-8ws
Family planning

    China 1362w, 1865w, 2426-7w
Fares

    Railways 288-9w, 1800w
Farms

    see also Agriculture

    Hereford 650w

    Tenants 959w Farrelly, Paul

                  Questions

    Advantage West Midlands, Expenditure 591w

    Hearing aids, Digital technology 1898w

    Industrial diseases, Compensation 1344w

    Licensing Act 2003 549

    Patient choice schemes 695-6

    Regeneration, Staffordshire 301

    Regeneration, West Midlands 48w Farron, Timothy

                  Questions

    Agriculture, Subsidies 2316w

    Breast cancer, Screening 203-4w

    Child Support Agency, Telephone services 1997w

    Dental services, Cumbria 2690-1w

    Licensing laws 32-3w
Fathers

    Child rearing (05.07.2005) 24-46wh
Fats

    749w

    Waste disposal 1160w Featherstone, Lynne

                  Chamber Debates

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

    Racial and Religious Hatred Bill, Rep and 3R (11.07.2005) 611, 625-6, 667

                  Questions

    Agency nurses, Expenditure 975w

    Alcoholic drinks, Death 75-7w

    Alcoholic drinks, Young people 2649w

    Alzheimer's disease, Greater London 202w

    Antisocial behaviour 2540w

    Antisocial behaviour, Railways 382w

    Antisocial behaviour orders 503w

    Armed forces, Deployment 1076w

    Breast cancer 205w

    Buildings, Home Office 2570-1w

    Cancer, Research 205-6w

    Cervical cancer, Death 274-5w

    Cervical cancer, Screening 206w

    City of London Police, Manpower 513-4w

    Community policing 539w, 2198w

    Community support officers, Greater London 377-8w

    Community support officers, Training 905w

    Computers, Solicitor-General 630-1w

    Crime and disorder partnerships 2561-2w

    Crimes of violence, Cellular phones 385w

    Crimes of violence, Homosexuality 774-5w

    Criminal records, Genetics 382w

    Crisis loans 1268w

    Dental services 2692w

    Dental services, Greater London 2153w

    Deportation 2545w

    Dietary supplements, EC law 2714-5w

    Dispersal orders, Greater London 2539-40w

    Domestic violence 2571w

    Domestic violence, Haringey 765w

    Driving offences, Cellular phones 2188w

    Driving under influence, Custodial treatment 522-5w

    Drugs, Arrests 127w

    Education, Young offender institutions 179-80w

    Emergency calls, Standards 2577w

    Firearms, Crime prevention 1782w

    Fires, Haringey 1030-1w

    Floods, Greater London 1960w

    Haringey Teaching Primary Care Trust, General practitioners 217-8w

    Haringey Teaching Primary Care Trust, Vacancies 218-20w

    Haringey Teaching Primary Care Trust, Waiting lists 213-8w

    Heathrow Airport, Night flying 2875-6w

    Home detention curfews 1219-21w

    Homelessness, Haringey 410w

    Hospices, Children 575-6w

    Hospital beds, Haringey 348w

    Hospitals, Haringey 224w

    Hospitals, Infectious diseases 350-1w

    Human trafficking, Children 511-3w

    Imitation guns 384w

    King's Cross Station, Safety 1000w

    Licensed premises, Food 2074w

    Magnetic resonance imagers 225w

    Medical treatments abroad 456w

    Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus 456w

    Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus, Greater London 2743w

    Metropolitan Police, Vehicles 2620-1w

    NHS, Expenditure 2853-4w

    NHS Direct 2860w

    Nurses, Vacancies 583w

    Passports, Lost property 2196w

    Police, Haringey 139w

    Police, Standards 2613w

    Police, Terminology 541w

    Police, Trials 2557-8w

    Police, Vehicles 541w

    Police patrolling 2200w

    Post office card account 72w

    Prescriptions 2777w

    Prisoners 2626w

    Prisoners, Per capita costs 2199-201w

    Probation, Greater London 534w, 1221-2w

    Pupils, Haringey 1725-7w

    Racial violence 2637w

    Railways 1800w

    Restraint equipment 2390w

    Rural areas, Housing 254w

    School meals, Haringey 1728-30w

    Sierra Leone, Overseas aid 2233w

    Speed limits, Accidents 25w

    Speed limits, Cameras 611w

    Stop and search 2638w, 2641w

    Stop and search, Haringey 1227-8w

    Stress, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 45-6w

    Stress, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 241-2w

    Stress, Dept for Education and Skills 178-9w

    Stress, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 256w

    Stress, Dept for International Development 1007-9w

    Stress, Dept for Transport 17-8w

    Stress, Dept for Work and Pensions 1650w

    Stress, Dept of Trade and Industry 467-8w

    Stress, Home Office 1626-8w

    Stress, Leader of the House of Commons 28w

    Stress, Northern Ireland Office 2476-7w

    Stress, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 2098w

    Stress, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1028-9w

    Stress, Prime Minister 36w

    Stress, Scotland Office 591w

    Stress, Solicitor-General 1705-7w

    Strokes, Haringey 218w

    Terrorism 2197w

    Tibet, Overseas aid 685w

    Trade agreements, Developing countries 1747-8w

    Transport, South East region 612-3w

    Utilities, Home Office 2570w

    Water, Home Office 2660-1w

    Water treatment, EC law 1287-8w

    Welfare tax credits, Overpayments 1836w

    Workers' registration scheme 2661w

    Young offenders 2662w

    Young offenders, Custodial treatment 2201w

    Young offenders, Secure accommodation 1092w
Female genital mutilation

    766-7w
Females

    Business (13.07.2005) 277-85wh

    Community service orders 2185-6w

    Conditions of employment 1919w

    Discrimination 1748w

    Domestic violence 1920w

    Durham Prison 782w

    Equal pay 1919w

    Fertility 2170w

    Human rights 1919w

    Managers 2257-8w

    Minimum wage 1921w

    Northern Ireland 2485-6w

    Pension rights (12.07.2005) 209-30wh

    Pensions 1057-9, 1359w, 1919w, 2528w

    Poverty 1400-1

    Prisoners release 1225w

    Retirement 2396-7w

    World War II 10-1, 38w
Ferries

    EC law 2414w
Fertility

    Females 2170w Field, Rt Hon Frank

                  Chamber Debates

    Welfare tax credits (12.07.2005) 710, 727, 734-7, 753-4

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Death (19.07.2005) 365-71wh

                  Questions

    Adult education, Finance 2324w

    Child tax credit, Payments 699w

    Chronically sick 1684-6w

    Employment schemes, Birkenhead 1649w

    Employment schemes, Pilot schemes 1275w

    Housing, Merseyside 316w

    Incapacity benefit 625-6w, 680-1w, 1120w, 1641w, 2016w

    Income support 2512-4w

    Jobseeker's allowance, Applications 860w

    Members, Correspondence 1699w, 2002w

    NHS treatment centres, Private sector 2854-5w

    NHS treatment centres, Recruitment 2729w

    Pension credit 1065

    Pensions 1644-5w

    Revenue and Customs, Blackpool 435-6w

    State retirement pensions 626-7w

    Welfare tax credits 2035w

    Welfare tax credits, Overpayments 2407w

    Welfare tax credits, Payments 1332w, 2403w

    Welfare tax credits, Telephone services 2384-5w Field, Mr Mark

                  Chamber Debates

    Crossrail Bill, 2R (19.07.2005) 1128, 1141, 1166, 1190-7

    Finance Bill, Rep and 3R (06.07.2005) 325-31, 338, 393-5, 397-8

    Terrorism (11.07.2005) 572

                  Questions

    Shell UK, Shareholders 1702w
Fifteen minutes rule

    Rulings and statements (21.07.2005) 1448
Fiji

    Armed forces 1315w
Film

    Grants 1722w
Finance Bill 2005-06

                  Chamber Debates

    Rep and 3R (06.07.2005) 310-403

    Royal Assent (20.07.2005) 1337
Financial assistance scheme

    Pensions 1644w, 1647-8w
Financial Assistance Scheme (Internal Review) Regulations 2005

                  Chamber Debates

    (14.07.2005) 1042-3
Financial Assistance Scheme Regulations 2005

                  Chamber Debates

    (14.07.2005) 1042-3
Financial services

    Developing countries 2227-9w

    Misrepresentation 1063-4w
Fines

    Greater Manchester 2250w

    Pollution 1965-6w

    Speed limits 1227-8w
Fingerprints

    Pupils 841w
Finland

    Education 2342-3w
Fire extinguishers

    965w
Fire prevention

    Construction 1544w

    Prisons 922w

    Public houses 2086w

    Schools 442w
Fire regulations

    59-60ws
Fire (Scotland) Act 2005 (Consequential Provisions and Modifications) Order 2005

                  Chamber Debates

    (19.07.2005) 1121-223
Fire services

    1434-5w, 2446-7w

    Armed forces 1752w

    Crimes of violence 1257-9w, 1975w

    Essex 557w

    Fees and charges 1434w

    Greater London 1769w

    Insurance 1435-6w

    Management 406w, 965w, 1436w

    North West region 1255-6w

    Northern Ireland 1975w

    Procurement 1769w

    Radio 1259-60w, 1542-3w, 1765w, 2089w

    Reorganisation 1768w, 1770-1w, 2086-8w, 2814w

    South East region 406w, 1768-9w

    Standards 1542w, 2088-90w

    Training 2447w
Fire stations

    Essex 965-6w
Firearms

    384-5w, 526-8w

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

    Crime prevention 1782w

    Databases 909-10w

    Greater London 530-1w

    High Wycombe 549w

    Homicide 773w

    Northern Ireland 1568w, 1881w

    Smuggling 87-8w

    Sports 1108-9w
Fires

    Building regulations 59-60ws

    Essex 797w

    Haringey 1030-1w

    Housing 797w, 966-7w

    Lancashire 966-7w

    Motor vehicles 411-2w

    Prisons 920-2w

    Spoil heaps 460w

    Yarls Wood Detention Centre 150-1ws
Firing ranges

    Licensing 949w
Fiscal policy

    105w, 2382w, 2387w
Fish

    Conservation 1968w

    River Thames 11w

    Sales 249w Fisher, Mr Mark

                  Chamber Debates

    Immigration Asylum and Nationality Bill, 2R (05.07.2005) 207-14

    Select committees, Standing orders (13.07.2005) 892-3, 896, 904-7

                  Questions

    Identity cards 1221w, 1783w

    Passports 912w
Fisheries

    441-2, 1958-9w

    Advisory bodies 2314w

    Diesel fuel 1967w

    Procurement 2398w

    Scotland 2398w
Fishing catches

    2308w
Fishing vessels

    Accidents 565w

    Excise duties 2031w Fitzpatrick, Jim, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister

                  Chamber Debates

    Travelling people, Billericay (14.07.2005) 1049-54

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Regional government (12.07.2005) 234-8wh

                  Written Statements

    Building regulations, Fires 59-60ws

                  Questions

    Advertising, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 791w, 961-2w

    Bellwin scheme 409w

    Bellwin scheme, North Yorkshire 408-9w

    Cellular phones, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 300w, 1255w

    Conferences, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1255w

    Consultants, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1765-6w

    Consultants, Public sector 298w

    Correspondence, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 2813w

    Council tax 1766-7w

    Departmental responsibilities, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 2462w

    Electronic government, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 964-5w

    Empty property 293-4

    Essex County Fire and Rescue Service, Manpower 408w

    Fire extinguishers 965w

    Fire prevention, Construction 1544w

    Fire prevention, Public houses 2086w

    Fire services 1434-5w, 2446-7w

    Fire services, Crimes of violence 1257-9w

    Fire services, Essex 557w

    Fire services, Fees and charges 1434w

    Fire services, Greater London 1769w

    Fire services, Insurance 1435-6w

    Fire services, Management 406w, 965w, 1436w

    Fire services, North West region 1255-6w

    Fire services, Procurement 1769w

    Fire services, Radio 1259-60w, 1542-3w, 1765w, 2089w

    Fire services, Reorganisation 1768w, 1770-1w, 2086-8w, 2814w

    Fire services, South East region 1768-9w

    Fire services, Standards 1542w, 2088-90w

    Fire services, Training 2447w

    Fire stations, Essex 965-6w

    Fires, Haringey 1030-1w

    Fires, Motor vehicles 411-2w

    Freedom of information, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 300w

    Greater London Authority, Reform 1445-6w

    Group 4 Securitas, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1770w

    Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service, Hoaxes and false alarms 408w

    Housing, Demolition 807w

    Housing, Fires 797w, 966-7w

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

    Information officers, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1770w

    Local authorities, Electronic government 407-8w

    Local government finance, Greater London 315-6w

    Manpower, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1433w

    Members, Correspondence 407w

    Millennium dome, Parking 1261w

    Ministerial policy advisors, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 318w

    Motorcycles, Road traffic control 968w

    Neighbourhood wardens, Lancashire 2445w

    Offices, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1255w

    Official residences, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 298w, 2813-4w

    Olympic Games, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1446w

    Ports, Teesside 285-6

    Procurement, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1767-8w

    Public telephones 322w

    Publications, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1262w

    Research, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1262w

    Roads, Milton Keynes 406w

    Sick leave, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1450w

    Stress, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 2098w

    Taxis, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1545w

    Telecommunications, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 963w

    Telephone services, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 300w

    Travelling people, Cambridgeshire 2467w

    Wines, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 797w

    Written questions, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 796w
Fixed penalties

    Cambridgeshire 2582w

    Parking 671-2w

    Parking offences 1492w Flello, Robert

                  Chamber Debates

    London Olympics Bill, 2R (21.07.2005) 1475-7

                  Questions

    Athletics, Grants 556-7

    Manufacturing industries, Stoke on Trent 1921w

    Nervous system, Diseases 277-8w

    Terrorism, Greater London 829
Flexible working

    Parents 1925-6w Flint, Caroline, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Dept of Health

                  Chamber Debates

    Community hospitals, New Forest (04.07.2005) 146-50

    Co-proxamol (13.07.2005) 940-4

    Hepatitis, Medical treatments (11.07.2005) 676-80

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Abortion, Time limits (19.07.2005) 403-8wh

    St Richard's Hospital (06.07.2005) 87-90wh

    Urology, Kent (20.07.2005) 500-4wh

                  Written Statements

    Blood transfusions, CJD 91-2ws

    Health trainers 92-5ws

    HIV infection 96ws

    "Meat Hygiene Service Annual Report and Accounts,2004/05" 65ws

                  Questions

    Abortion 340-1w, 1650-8w, 2140-3w, 2172w, 2662-3w, 2769w

    Abortion, Congenital abnormalities 1653w

    Abortion, Consent to medical treatment 2143w

    Abortion, Drugs 2142w

    Abortion, Southend on Sea 1651-2w

    Accident and emergency departments, Admissions 579w

    Aerials, Health hazards 2097-8w

    Air pollution 1200w

    Alcoholic drinks, Misuse 710-3w, 715w, 1658-60w, 1886-90w

    Alcoholism, Health services 1675w

    Animal feed, EC law 2028-9w

    Antimicrobial Resistance Advisory Committee 2674w

    Aspartame 2673-5w

    Asthma, Portsmouth 1659w

    Asthma, Smoking 2675w

    Avian influenza, Disease control 2146w

    Aviation, Catering 286w, 351w

    Birth rate 2679w

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

    Brook advisory centres, Finance 2680-1w

    Cancer 2724-5w

    Catering, National vocational qualifications 1672w

    Children, Alcoholic drinks 341w

    Chlamydia infection 364-6w, 1663w

    Chlamydia infection, Screening 1893w

    Contraceptives 2158-61w

    Contraceptives, Oxfordshire 1669w

    Contraceptives, Prescriptions 1669-71w

    Contraceptives, Training 1667w

    Contraceptives, Young people 1456w, 1900w

    Dartford Gravesham and Swanley Primary Care Trust, Emergency services 2772w

    Dietary supplements, EC law 2162w, 2713-5w

    Diseases, Weather 222w

    Drugs, Misuse 127-8w

    Drugs, Rehabilitation 1466w, 2706-8w

    Drugs, Rehabilitation centres 213w

    East Sussex Hospitals NHS Trust, Standards 577w

    Eggs, Food poisoning 1674w

    Electromagnetic fields, Health hazards 2683-4w

    Fats 749w

    Fertility, Females 2170w

    Fluoride, Health hazards 367-8w

    Folic acid, Dietary supplements 2713w

    Food, Colourings 1677-8w

    Food, Irradiation 1462w

    Food, Labelling 1671-2w

    Food, Safety 2846w

    Food poisoning, West Midlands 722-5w

    General practitioners, Kent 2720w

    General practitioners, Milton Keynes 2720w

    Genetically modified organisms, Animal feed 1960-1w

    Genetically modified organisms, Contamination 2068w

    Genetically modified organisms, Health hazards 2718-9w

    Genetically modified organisms, Maize 354w, 1169-70w

    Haemophilia, Medical treatments 1463-4w

    Hampshire and Isle of Wight Strategic Health Authority, Public appointments 1189w

    Health Direct, NHS Direct 348w

    Health foods, EC action 2723-4w

    Health Protection Agency 1901w

    Health trainers 2724w

    Hearing aids, Digital technology 1460w

    Hepatitis 349-50w, 1135-6w, 1465-6w, 2725-6w

    Hepatitis, Compensation 1667w, 2689w

    Hepatitis, Vaccination 1189w

    HIV infection 229-30w

    HIV infection, Screening 1672w

    Hospitals, Waiting lists 698

    Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority 2728-30w

    In vitro fertilisation 223-4w, 352w, 982w, 1136w, 1460-1w, 2731w

    In vitro fertilisation, Side effects 1191-2w

    Infant foods, EC law 1466-7w

    Infectious diseases, Animals 2162-3w

    Influenza, Disease control 579-80w, 2730w

    Influenza, Vaccination 351-2w, 1674w

    Malaria, Disease control 352-3w

    Malaria, Hampshire 729-30w

    Malnutrition 1192-4w

    Methadone, Misuse 2857w

    MMR vaccine 1137-8w

    Multiple sclerosis, West Sussex 1136w

    Mumps, Students 1675w

    New Forest Primary Care Trust, Finance 2748w

    New Forest Primary Care Trust, Hospital beds 2172w

    Nutrition, Vegetables 2724-5w

    Obesity 356-8w, 1131-2w, 1676-7w

    Obesity, Children 2864-5w

    Obesity, Health education 2174w

    Ovaries, Transplant surgery 2174-5w

    Passive smoking 1918w

    Passive smoking, Children 1126w

    Pregnancy 2161-2w

    Pregnancy, Obesity 2770-1w

    Pregnancy, Smoking 1145w

    Primary health care, Isle of Wight 1199w

    School fruit and vegetable scheme 1145w, 1675-6w, 2718w, 2846w

    Sexually transmitted diseases 363-4w

    Sexually transmitted diseases, Diagnosis 2165-6w

    Skin cancer, Non-ionizing radiation 1146-8w

    Slaughterhouses, Inspections 353-4w

    Slimming, Health services 1142w, 2769-71w

    Smallpox, Vaccination 2782-3w

    Smoking 365-6w, 748w, 1148w

    Smoking, Industrial health and safety 279w

    Smoking, Sight impaired 1678w

    Solvents, Misuse 366-8w

    Surrey and Sussex Strategic Health Authority 1678-9w

    Two Shires Ambulance NHS Trust, Standards 2786w

    Viruses 1201w

    Welfare foods 1135w
Flood control

    Planning permission 557-8w, 966w, 968w
Floods

    Canvey Island 5-6w

    Carlisle 37-8ws

    Greater London 1960w

    Housing 5-6w

    Kettering 966w

    North Yorkshire 34w, 250w, 417-8w, 435-6

    Reading Berkshire 1959-60w

    Thirsk 414-7w
Fluoride

    Health hazards 367-8w
Fly posting

    2583w

    Cambridgeshire 2583w
Fly tipping

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

    Northern Ireland 1385-6w Flynn, Paul

                  Questions

    Agriculture, Subsidies 1519w, 1953w

    Antidepressants, Prescriptions 1145-6w

    British Nuclear Fuels 1336-7w

    British Nuclear Fuels, Assets 1571w

    British Nuclear Group 1337w

    Catering, National vocational qualifications 1672w

    Common agricultural policy, Contributions 2303w

    Drugs, EC internal trade 2189w

    Drugs, Misuse 1467-8w, 2192-4w, 2576w

    Drugs, Prices 2575-6w

    Drugs, Prosecutions 127w

    Drugs, Smuggling 1062-3w

    Endowment mortgages, Misrepresentation 1936w

    Food technology, Curriculum 1236w

    Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency 1308w, 1674w

    Methane, Energy supply 1281-2w

    Nuclear power stations 855w

    Pensions, Young people 1358w

    Prescription drugs, Manufacturing industries 1885w

    Radioactive wastes, Waste management 429w

    Railways, Freight 2131-2w

    Seroxat, Disclosure of information 1917w

    Simvastatin 1146w

    Trident 864w

    USA, Diplomatic relations 1108-9


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