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    Medical treatments 1463-4w Hague, Rt Hon William

                  Chamber Debates

    Council Tax Limitation (England) (Maximum Amounts) Order (20.07.2005) 1290-3 Hain, Rt Hon Peter, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland and Secretary of State for Wales

                  Written Statements

    Justice Oversight Commissioner 17ws

    "Life Sentence Review Commissioners Report 2004/05" 38ws

    Northern Ireland Equality Commission, Public appointments 69ws

    "Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland Report and Accounts 2004/05" 38ws

    Progressive Unionist Party, Finance 97-8ws

    "Royal Ulster Constabulary GC Foundation Annual Report 2004/05" 11-2ws


    Advertising, Northern Ireland Office 1972w

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

    Carers (Equal Opportunities) Act 2004, Wales 1027w

    Children, Day care 1945w

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

    Consultants, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 291w, 1939w, 1943w

    Correspondence, Northern Ireland Office 2474w

    Correspondence, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1939-40w

    Council tax, Wales 291-2w

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

    Devolution, Northern Ireland 817-21

    Devolution, Wales 1719w

    Digital broadcasting, Wales 1027-8w

    Females, Northern Ireland 2485-6w

    Foreign investment in UK, Wales 1941w

    Hospitals, Closures 1944w

    Hospitals, Wales 1941w

    Jobcentre Plus, Wales 1243

    M4, Wales 292w

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

    Manufacturing industries, Wales 1941-2w

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

    Ministerial policy advisors, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1028w

    National Assembly for Wales, Civil servants 1945w

    National Assembly for Wales, Elections 1718w

    National Assembly for Wales, Electoral systems 293-4w

    National Assembly for Wales, Powers 1942-3w

    National Assembly for Wales, Regional members 1240-1

    Northern Ireland government 823-4, 1072w, 2485w

    Olympic Games, Greater London 1944w

    Parliamentary scrutiny, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1942-3w

    Post offices, Wales 1718w

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

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

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

    Secondment, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1944w

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

    Small businesses, Wales 1241-2

    Special educational needs, Wales 1945w

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

    Taxis, Wales 292-3w

    Welsh language 1236-7

    Elections 328w

    Overseas aid 264-5w

    280w Hall, Mr Mike

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    NHS Logistics Authority (05.07.2005) 3wh, 6-10wh, 12wh, 18wh, 20-1wh


    Food, Colourings 1677-8w

    Health services, Disadvantaged 1247-8

    NHS Logistics Authority 2751-3w

    NHS Logistics Authority, Information and communications technology 737w

    NHS Purchasing and Supply Agency 740w

    NHS Purchasing and Supply Agency, Information and communications technology 739-40w

    River Mersey, Bridges 2422w Hall, Patrick

                  Chamber Debates

    Immigration Asylum and Nationality Bill, 2R (05.07.2005) 192, 194, 204, 215

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Asylum, Zimbabwe (20.07.2005) 437wh, 440wh, 446-8wh, 452wh

    Mushrooms 135-6w


    Council tax 555w Hamilton, David


    Child Trust Fund 2382w

    Digital broadcasting, Midlothian 2291w

    Fair trade initiative, Scotland 159-60

    Iraq, Peace keeping operations 2124w

    Minimum wage, Midlothian 2261w

    Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, Midlothian 590-1w

    Social security benefits, Fraud 267w

    Television, Licensing 2083-4w

    World War II, Females 10-1 Hamilton, Mr Fabian


    Africa, Debts 2226w

    Africa, International assistance 2230w

    Africa, Trade 2257w

    Antisocial behaviour orders 1212w

    Asylum, Employment 115w, 2545w

    Asylum, Housing 2545w

    Black economy, Methadone 776w

    Endowment mortgages, Misrepresentation 1065-6w

    Financial services, Misrepresentation 1063-4w

    Hepatitis, Prisoners 973-4w

    Methadone 392w

    Methadone, Misuse 2857w

    Terrorism, Greater London 2643w

    Terrorism, Training 2643w

    Trams, Leeds 242w
Hammersmith and Fulham


    Detection rates 380-1w Hammond, Mr Philip

                  Chamber Debates

    Council Tax Limitation (England) (Maximum Amounts) Order (20.07.2005) 1276, 1282, 1302-5, 1320-1

    Finance Bill, Rep and 3R (06.07.2005) 310-4, 317-8, 320-1, 343-9, 354-6, 400-2


    Civil servants, Hong Kong 1692w

    Inheritance tax, Forms 1694w

    Private finance initiative, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 2252-3w

    Stamp duty land tax 1331-2w, 1695-6w, 1835w Hammond, Stephen

                  Chamber Debates

    Finance Bill, Rep and 3R (06.07.2005) 315


    Aerials, Planning permission 1262w

    Juries 2645w

    Licensing Act 2003 545-6

    Dental services 1459-60w

    Malaria 729-30w

    Railways 1050w

    Rapid transit systems 1546w

    Safer Stronger Communities Fund 811w

    Television 642w
Hampshire and Isle of Wight Strategic Health Authority

    Public appointments 1189w
Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service

    Hoaxes and false alarms 408w Hancock, Mr Mike

                  Chamber Debates

    Defence (07.07.2005) 477


    Animal experiments 2748w

    Animal experiments, Licensing 135w

    Anthrax, Vaccination 1309w

    Armed forces, Compensation 1749-50w

    Armed forces, Fire services 1752w

    Armed forces, Hearing impaired 1753w, 2114-5w

    Armed forces, Training 1313w

    Armoured fighting vehicles 2109w

    Arms trade, Corruption 871w

    Arms trade, Exports 1336w

    Asthma, Portsmouth 1659w

    Asthma, Smoking 2675w

    Badgers, Animal welfare 2549w

    BBC, Parliamentary reporting 2071-2w

    BBC Trust 1363w

    Billing, Administrative delays 1058-9w

    Biofuels 994w

    Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention 324w, 1176w

    Boating 2070-1w

    Boating, Rivers 2082w

    British Council, Moldova 486w

    Bus services, Costs 2414-5w

    Bus services, Subsidies 2413-5w

    Business Appointments Advisory Committee 1073-4w

    Census, Data protection 75-6w, 869w, 1834w

    Census, Freedom of information 869w, 1936w

    Central Casualty Bureau, Telephone services 2598w

    Child benefit, Refugees 80-1w

    Churches 1523-4w

    Clostridium 718w

    Corruption, Overseas trade 1174-5w

    Culture, Business 640w

    Defence agencies, Operating costs 1311-2w

    Defence Assistance Fund 1751w

    Dental services, Portsmouth 209-10w, 2702w

    Developing countries, Politics and government 1370w

    Developing countries, Poverty 2386-7w

    Drugs, Rehabilitation centres 213w

    Grocery trade 2258w

    Helicopters, Procurement 261w

    HMS Invincible 1530w

    HMS Invincible, Decommissioning 1078w

    Hospices, Children 2146-7w

    Housing, South East region 803w, 2455-6w

    Immigration, Appeals 1299-300w

    In vitro fertilisation 223-4w, 2731w

    Infectious diseases, Animals 2162-3w

    International assistance 1683w

    International Monetary Fund 2230-1w

    Iraq, Peace keeping operations 43-4w

    Joint strike fighter aircraft 261w

    Marine animals, Noise 246w

    Medical Research Council, Consultants 1931w

    Military afloat reach and sustainability programme 2119w

    Military aid 1532w

    Military decorations 657-8w

    Minesweepers, Unmanned marine vehicles 1081w

    Office of Communications 2081w

    Olympic Games, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 1763w

    Olympic Games, Dept for Transport 2131w

    Olympic Games, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1446w

    Overseas aid 1578w

    Pets, Markets 253w

    Ports, Portsmouth 2120-1w

    Private finance initiative, Ministry of Defence 2283-5w

    Public participation, Dept of Health 2858w

    Radioactive materials, Storage 428w

    Radioactive wastes, Ministry of Defence 253w

    Railways, Hampshire 1050w

    Revenue and Customs, Blackpool 435-6w

    Rivers, Navigation 1967-8w

    Rolling stock, South West Trains 1056w

    Seals 1695w

    Seals, Animal products 655w

    Seals, Conservation 429w

    Seas and oceans, Pollution 246-7w

    Shipping, Manpower 482w

    Shipping, Registration 26w

    Sonar, Nature conservation 476w

    South West Trains, Franchises 290w, 1802w

    Tesco, Competition 1574-5w

    Tibet, Politics and government 188w

    Tonnage tax 482-3w, 676-7w, 1295w, 1701-2w, 2424w

    Training, Finance 2283-4w

    Transport, Renewable energy 603-4w

    Uganda 189w

    Warships 1540w, 2124w

    Warships, Information and communications technology 1251w

    Warships, Sales 1085w

    Zoo Licensing Act 1981 2322-3w

    Zoos, Licensing 1161w Hands, Greg

                  Chamber Debates

    Recess motions (20.07.2005) 1364-5


    Antisocial behaviour 517w

    Asylum, Children 143-4w

    Average earnings 1071w

    Cancer, Medical treatments 733w

    Community support officers, Greater London 2555w

    Detection rates, Hammersmith and Fulham 380-1w

    Hammersmith and Fulham 766w

    Heathrow Airport, Noise 23w

    Human trafficking, Children 109w

    Kidnapping, Children 501w

    Kyrgyzstan, Asylum 871w

    Local government 313-4w, 1261w

    Metropolitan Police, Manpower 2607-8w

    Religious practice, Greater London 129w

    Small businesses, Industrial products 93w

    Uzbekistan, EC external relations 1777-8w

    Uzbekistan, Foreign relations 880-1w

    Wormwood Scrubs Act 1879 1541-2w Hanson, David, Minister of State, Northern Ireland Office

                  Written Statements

    "Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland Corporate Plan 2005/08 and Business Plan 2005/06" 97ws

    "Youth Justice Agency of Northern Ireland Report and Accounts 2004/05" 97ws


    Antisocial behaviour orders, Northern Ireland 2470w

    Charities, Northern Ireland 334-5w

    Correspondence, Northern Ireland Office 2474w

    Council housing, Northern Ireland 337w

    Crime, Northern Ireland 1072w

    Dementia, Northern Ireland 1567w

    Disability living allowance, Belfast 1973-4w

    Disability living allowance, Northern Ireland 1870-2w

    Electoral register, Northern Ireland 1384w

    Equal opportunities, Northern Ireland 1204w

    Fuel poverty, Northern Ireland 817w

    Homelessness, Northern Ireland 1976w

    Homelessness, Upper Bann 1976w

    Housing, Northern Ireland 817w

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

    National Lottery, Northern Ireland 1876-7w, 2483-4w

    Northern Ireland Child Support Agency 491w, 813w

    Northern Ireland government 824

    Northern Ireland Housing Executive, Finance 1979w

    Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission 1568w

    Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission, Public appointments 195-7w, 1980-2w

    Olympic Games, Greater London 1569w

    Pensioners, Northern Ireland 1569w

    Public Prosecution Service for Northern Ireland 1570w

    Public Prosecution Service for Northern Ireland, Londonderry 1986w

    Racially aggravated offences, Northern Ireland 1986-7w

    Reparation by offenders, Northern Ireland 199-200w

    Sign language, Northern Ireland 1570-1w

    Sinn Fein, Social security benefits 1983w

    State retirement pensions, Northern Ireland 1877-9w

    Telephone services, Northern Ireland Office 2490-1w

    Terrorism, Northern Ireland 1072-3w

    Walls and fences, Northern Ireland 1564-5w
Hare coursing

    Northern Ireland 1387w

    Domestic violence 765w

    Fires 1030-1w

    Homelessness 410w

    Hospital beds 348w

    Hospitals 224w

    Police 139w

    Pupils 1725-7w

    School meals 1728-30w

    Stop and search 1227-8w

    Strokes 218w
Haringey Teaching Primary Care Trust

    General practitioners 217-8w

    Vacancies 218-20w

    Waiting lists 213-8w Harman, Rt Hon Harriet, Minister of State, Dept for Constitutional Affairs

                  Written Statements

    "Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate Report 2004/05" 39ws

    Electoral register 110ws

    Family courts, Disclosure of information 57-8ws

    "Magistrates Courts Business Returns Report 2004/05" 110ws

    "Magistrates Courts Service Inspectorate Report 2004/05" 83ws


    Absent voting 65w, 240w, 826w, 868-9w

    Absent voting, Commonwealth 868w

    Absent voting, Complaints 2251-2w

    Absent voting, Fraud 65-6w, 868w, 1203w

    Antisocial behaviour orders, Enforcement 1298w

    Barristers, Clothing 490w

    "Better Governance for Wales White Paper" 2817w

    Cemeteries 1298-9w, 2244-5w, 2253-4w

    Census, Data protection 869w

    Census, Freedom of information 869w, 1936w

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

    Contracts, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 2246w

    Coroners, Teesside 2815-6w

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

    Court of appeal, Judges 1299w

    Domestic violence, Victims 1936w

    Election offences 233w

    Elections, Pilot schemes 236w

    Elections, Publications 2247w

    Electoral Administration Bill 2005-06 2816w

    Electoral register 62-4w, 163-4, 234w, 827w, 1305w, 1935-6w, 1938w, 2219-50w

    Electoral register, Armed forces 234-5w

    Electoral register, Fraud 1306w, 1938-9w

    Electoral systems 160-3, 166

    Electronic voting 1305-6w, 2253w

    Equal opportunities, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 2247-8w

    Fines, Greater Manchester 2250w

    Freedom of information, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 2248w

    General Election 2005, Internet 1203w

    HM Courts Service, Essex 2246-7w

    Human rights, EC institutions 2588w

    Human rights, Judgements 1936-7w

    Judges, Training 2816w

    Kelly, David, Coroners 1935w

    Kidnapping, Children 2245-6w

    Magistrates' courts, Closures 1300-4w

    Private finance initiative, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 2252-3w

    Taxation, Self-assessment 2254w

    Trials, Information and communications technology 1299w, 1787-8w

    Voting behaviour 233w, 236-7w, 823-4w, 1604w

    Voting methods 239-40w

    Voting rights 2247w

    Voting rights, British nationality 1601-2w

    Wines, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1202-3w

    Written questions, Administrative delays 2251w
Harmondsworth Detention Centre

    376w Harper, Mark

                  Chamber Debates

    Select committees, Standing orders (13.07.2005) 908, 910-1


    Business questions 974

    Crime, Forest of Dean 2566w

    Crossrail line, Construction 2417w

    Detection rates, Gloucestershire 2567-8w

    Housing, Rural areas 287

    Schools, Finance 945-6 Harris, Dr Evan

                  Chamber Debates

    Immigration Asylum and Nationality Bill, 2R (05.07.2005) 190

    Racial and Religious Hatred Bill, Rep and 3R (11.07.2005) 607, 609, 612-3, 624-5, 635-42, 649

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Abortion, Time limits (19.07.2005) 385-92wh, 395wh, 399wh, 405wh, 408wh

    Death (19.07.2005) 369wh, 376-9wh


    Chlamydia infection, Screening 1893w

    NHS, Recruitment 683

    Sexually transmitted diseases, Diagnosis 2165-6w Harris, Mr Tom

                  Chamber Debates

    Computer Misuse Bill, 1R (12.07.2005) 699-701


    Devolution, Northern Ireland 817-8

    Income tax, Scotland 1687-8w

    Inheritance tax 1689w Harvey, Nick


    Climate change, Education 2829w

    House of Commons, Cleaning services 28w

    House of Commons, Data protection 1335w

    House of Commons, Hygiene 231-2w

    House of Commons, Lighting 1334w

    House of Commons, Offices 1334-5w

    House of Commons, Postal services 1748-9w

    House of Commons, Stationery 231w

    Members, Offices 167-8

    Members, Stationery 1989-90w

    Palace of Westminster, Environment protection 166-7

    Palace of Westminster, Security 1990w

    Portcullis House, Air conditioning 1334w

    Portcullis House, Lighting 1526w

    Trade agreements 1744w

    Vote bundle 859-60w

    Vote Office 859w

    Westminster Hall, Repairs and maintenance 232w

    Railways 1050w Havard, Mr Dai


    BOWMAN combat radio system 257-8w

    Cancer, Drugs 206-7w, 1455w

    Medical treatments, Finance 2863w

    National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence 226w, 2763-6w

    Prescription drugs, Regulation 1901w Hayes, Mr John

                  Chamber Debates

    Business motions (19.07.2005) 1117, 1119, 1121-2

    Crossrail Bill, 2R (19.07.2005) 1162, 1178, 1204-9

    Petitions, Points of order (20.07.2005) 1273

    Regulation (04.07.2005) 100, 105, 107

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Sustainable development (07.07.2005) 148-59wh, 177wh, 179wh, 182wh


    Antiques, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 484w

    British Council, Finance 180w

    BSE, Goats 414w

    Criminal law, EC action 2579-80w

    Cross London Rail Links, Offices 1047-8w

    Crossrail line 995-7w

    Crossrail line, Costs 1163w

    Crossrail line, Expenditure 1048w

    Crossrail line, Investment 667w

    Cystic fibrosis, Prescriptions 1251

    Doctors, Working hours 2158w

    Eastern Europe, Foreign relations 872w

    EC action, Travel restrictions 327w

    EC grants and loans, Lobbying 325w

    EC institutions, Accountability 874w

    EC institutions, Pensions 84w

    EC law 332w

    Equal opportunities, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 182-3w

    European Constitution Treaty 327-8w, 2101w

    European Police College 766w

    European Youth Foundation 871w

    Fishing vessels, Accidents 565w

    Foot and mouth disease, EC action 250w

    Government assistance, EC law 467w

    Human rights, EC institutions 2588w

    Immigration controls, EC countries 2550-1w

    Iraq, Sanctions 329w

    Private finance initiative 892w

    Public expenditure, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 324w

    Questionnaires, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 182w

    Research, EC action 701-2w

    Schengen Agreement, Balkans 2639w

    Secondment, Ministry of Defence 39-40w

    Tobacco, Subsidies 415-6w

    Working hours, Civil servants 1357w

    Zimbabwe 333w
Hazardous substances

    Cancer 1961w

    Terrorism 2587w

    Waste disposal 4-5w, 649w, 1159w

    Driving tests 478-9w

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