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Graduates

    2345w

    Dentistry 2153-4w

    Employment 446-7w, 1034w

    Mathematics 2058w

    Pay 446-7w

    Physiotherapy 1144w, 2357w

    Qualifications 177-8w

    Recruitment 88-9ws, 1722-3w

    Science 141w, 845w, 2362-3w

    Southend on Sea 2325-6w

    Unemployment 1424w
Graffiti

    2583w
Grammar schools

    Vocational education 1397-8w Gray, Mr James

                  Chamber Debates

    Defence (07.07.2005) 473, 483

                  Questions

    Clergy, Pay 561

    Dyslexia 955

    Hydroelectric power 1340-1w, 2258-9w

    Water abstraction 1521w

    Water abstraction, Licensing 1716w Grayling, Chris

                  Chamber Debates

    Business motions (13.07.2005) 839

    Business questions (18.07.2005) 1073

    Recess motions (20.07.2005) 1366-7

    Select committees, Standing orders (13.07.2005) 852, 858-68

    Standards and Privileges Select Committee (13.07.2005) 931

                  Questions

    Business questions 447-8, 965-7, 1414-5

    EC law, Dietary supplements 1297w, 1526w

    Parliamentary scrutiny 170

    Procurement, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 2239-41w

    Procurement, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1202w

    Procurement, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 1046w

    Procurement, Dept for Education and Skills 2340w

    Procurement, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 1516w

    Procurement, Dept for International Development 1843w

    Procurement, Dept for Transport 1793w

    Procurement, Dept for Work and Pensions 2505w

    Procurement, Dept of Health 2703w

    Procurement, Dept of Trade and Industry 1737-9w

    Procurement, Home Office 1484w

    Procurement, Northern Ireland Office 2475-6w

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

    Procurement, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1940w

    Procurement, Treasury 1167-8w
Great Western Railway

    Franchises 2418w
Greater London

    A2 2126w

    A5 2424w, 2874-5w

    Adult education 1718-20w

    Air pollution 254-5w

    Alzheimer's disease 202w

    Ambulance services 741-2w, 2668w

    Antisemitism 2215w

    Antisocial behaviour orders 753-4w

    Asthma 572-3w

    Asylum 1475-6w

    Blood 575w

    Bridges 25w

    Buses 377w

    Care homes 1186w

    Carers 79-80w

    Children in care 162-4w

    Community support officers 377-8w, 2555w

    Compulsory purchase 296-8w

    Council tax 795w

    Crime 516w, 1216w

    Debts 92w

    Dental services 2149-53w, 2701-2w

    Diabetes 453-4w

    Dispersal orders 2539-40w

    Driving offences 392-3w, 2188w

    Driving tests 2879-80w

    Education maintenance allowance 441-2w

    Employment 2032w

    Environmental health 1256-7w

    Fire services 1769w

    Firearms 530-1w

    Floods 1960w

    Foster care 2715w

    General practitioners 726w, 1462-3w

    Health professions 580-1w, 584-6w

    Health services 219-20w, 226-7w, 2763-4w

    Home detention curfews 2587-8w

    Homelessness 1438-40w, 1543w

    Housing 294w, 558w

    Housing benefit 1117-9w

    Income 92w

    Kidnapping 1208-10w, 2534-6w, 2595w

    Kidney patients 2731-2w

    Local government finance 315-6w

    Magistrates' courts 1222-3w

    Magnetic resonance imagers 584w

    Mental health services (19.07.2005) 416-25wh

    Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus 2743w

    Missing persons 2597w

    Motorcycles 479w

    Olympic Games 33w, 280-1w, 458w, 832-3, 1367-8w, 1559-60w, 1569w, 1763-4w, 1944w, 2074-6w, 2293-5w, 2533-4w

    Planning permission 317w

    Police custody 539-40w

    Poverty 72w

    Prescriptions 1914-6w

    Primary care trusts 1916w

    Prisoner escapes 914w

    Prisons 782-3w, 1501w, 2628w

    Probation 534w, 1221-2w

    Public transport 1296w

    Railways 288w, 2132w

    Recycling 10-1w, 1286-8w, 1971w, 2317-20w

    Regional housing boards 1448w

    Religious practice 129w

    Rodents 254w

    Schools 171-2w

    Secure accommodation 2662w

    Sexually transmitted diseases 747w

    Skin cancer 747-8w

    Stop and search 2612w

    Students 2345-6w

    Swimming pools 1162w

    Taxis 612w

    Terrorism 826-9, 2643w, 2872w

    Trees 2316-8w

    Vandalism 2636w

    Water supply 12-3w
Greater London Authority

    Reform 1445-6w
Greater Manchester

    Commonwealth Games 1554w

    Fines 2250w Green, Mr Damian

                  Questions

    Animal products, Waste disposal 959w

    Doctors, Entry clearances 2108w, 2772w

    Fire prevention, Public houses 2086w

    Indian Ocean tsunami 1863-4w

    Lutein 581w

    Schools, Finance 946

    Teachers, Working hours 2059-60w

    World War II, Anniversaries 2122w
Green Belt Reform Bill 2005-06

                  Chamber Debates

    1R (13.07.2005) 836-7
Greenbelt

    Cambridgeshire 2448w Greening, Justine

                  Chamber Debates

    London Olympics Bill, 2R (21.07.2005) 1481, 1494, 1497-8

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Housing, Basingstoke (13.07.2005) 313-4wh

                  Questions

    "14-19 Education and Skills White Paper" 1233w Greenway, Mr John

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Common sugar regime (12.07.2005) 189-92wh, 197-9wh

                  Questions

    Absent voting 240w

    Athletics, Grants 557

    Floods, North Yorkshire 435
Greenwich

    School meals 1018w Grieve, Mr Dominic

                  Chamber Debates

    Racial and Religious Hatred Bill, Rep and 3R (11.07.2005) 599-616, 621, 623, 627, 631, 634, 643, 646, 649, 652, 658-9

                  Questions

    Civil Aviation Authority, Compensation 994-5w

    Court Funds Office, Information and communications technology 2244-5w

    Kelly, David, Coroners 1935w

    Members, Correspondence 232w, 407w

    Parental responsibility 961

    Railways, Gerrards Cross 2138-9w

    Waste disposal, Gerrards Cross 958w Griffith, Nia

                  Chamber Debates

    Defence (07.07.2005) 519-20

    Transport (05.07.2005) 181

                  Questions

    Armed forces, Reorganisation 1411-2

    Imitation guns 547w

    Licensing Act 2003 547-8

    National Assembly for Wales, Elections 1718w

    National Assembly for Wales, Regional members 1241 Griffiths, Nigel, Deputy Leader of the House of Commons (Parliamentary Secretary)

                  Chamber Debates

    Recess motions (20.07.2005) 1367-9

    Select committees, Standing orders (13.07.2005) 885, 889, 909-11

                  Questions

    Government bills, Explanatory notes 590w

    House of Commons, Times of sittings 590w

    Ministerial policy advisors, Leader of the House of Commons 405w

    Parliament, Education 590w

    Parliamentary scrutiny 169-70, 232-3w

    Stress, Leader of the House of Commons 28w
Grimsby

    Lone parents 2518-9w

    New deal schemes 2826-7w
Grocery trade

    2258w Grogan, Mr John

                  Chamber Debates

    Licensing Act 2003 (12.07.2005) 794-5

    Racial and Religious Hatred Bill, Rep and 3R (11.07.2005) 626

                  Questions

    Armed forces, Reorganisation 1410

    Royal Mail 1391-2
Group 4 Securitas

    Dept of Trade and Industry 1928-9w

    Ministry of Defence 2279-80w

    Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1770w
Group of Eight

    Gleneagles 84w, 133w, 151-4, 183w, 243w, (05.07.2005) 276-84, 528-30w, 876w, 1088w, 2224-5w

    Ministerial statements (11.07.2005) 580-96
Guided weapons

    Aviation 16w

    Warships 2121w
Guineau-Bissau

    Elections 569w
Gulf War

    see Iraq-Kuwait conflict

Gulf War syndrome

    115ws

    Death rate 58-9ws Gummer, Rt Hon John

                  Chamber Debates

    Finance Bill, Rep and 3R (06.07.2005) 344-5, 349-52

    Heath, Edward, Death (18.07.2005) 1084-5

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Ports, EC action (20.07.2005) 470-2wh
Gun sports

    545-6w Gwynne, Andrew

                  Chamber Debates

    Licensing Act 2003 (12.07.2005) 772

                  Questions

    Cemeteries 2253-4w

    Empty property 293-4

    Fines, Greater Manchester 2250w

    Museums and galleries, Admissions 556


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