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    Training 1398-9w Heald, Mr Oliver


    Absent voting 240w

    Elections, National Assembly for Wales 632-3w

    Elections, Pilot schemes 236w, 632w

    Electoral Administration Bill 2005-06 2816w

    Electoral register 632w, 827w, 1305w, 2219-50w

    Electoral systems 162

    Electoral systems, National Assembly for Wales 293-4w

    Electronic voting 1305-6w, 2253w

    Juries, Fraud 2645-6w

    Voting behaviour 236-7w, 823-4w

    Voting methods 239-40w Healey, John, Financial Secretary to the Treasury

                  Chamber Debates

    Finance Bill, Rep and 3R (06.07.2005) 325, 335-8, 378-81

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Iraq, Debts (05.07.2005) 50-3wh

                  Written Statements

    Excise duties, Fuels 4ws

    Investment, Science 83ws

    "National Statistics Report 2004/05" 35ws

    "Office for National Statistics Report and Accounts 2004/05" 107ws

    Revenue and Customs, Prosecutions 3-4ws


    Advertising, Treasury 433w

    Alcoholic drinks, Death 75-7w, 2028w

    Alcoholic drinks, Easington 2378w

    Alcoholic drinks, Gloucestershire 77-8w

    Alcoholic drinks, Misuse 886w

    Antisocial behaviour orders, Statistics 78-9w

    Average earnings 1071w, 1168-70w

    Average earnings, Bedfordshire 1060-1w

    Average earnings, Yorkshire and Humberside 1828-9w

    Bacterial diseases, Death 86-7w

    Breast cancer 205w, 887-8w

    Carbon sequestration 615w

    Carers, Greater London 79-80w

    Cash dispensing, Fees and charges 881-2w

    Census, Data protection 75-6w, 79w, 888w, 1834w

    Cervical cancer, Death 274-5w

    Child Trust Fund 1328w

    Child Trust Fund, Northern region 1328w

    Child Trust Fund, Take-up 1328w

    Childbirth, Southend on Sea 614-6w

    Children, Bedfordshire 884-5w

    Chronically sick 1684-6w

    Civil servants, Training 84w

    Climate change 1328-9w

    Climate change levy 2382-3w

    Clostridium, Death 433w, 889w

    Conferences, Treasury 687w, 2383-4w

    Consultants, Treasury 2384w

    Correspondence, Treasury 2029w

    Debts, Greater London 92w

    Debts, Sub-Saharan Africa 1329w

    Drug abuse, Essex 686-7w

    Drugs, Lincolnshire 81-2w

    Drugs, Misuse 2378-9w

    Drugs, Scotland 901w

    Drugs, Teesside 1681-4w

    EC economic policy 89-90w

    Electoral register 689-90w

    Electorate, Constituencies 1063w

    Emigration, Commonwealth 83-4w

    Employment, Bedfordshire 885-6w

    Employment, Easington 2379w

    Employment, Elderly 2381w

    Employment, Greater London 2032w

    Energy, Conservation 1685w

    Excise duties, Diesel fuel 1833-4w, 2033w

    Excise duties, Fishing vessels 2031w

    Excise duties, Fuels 690-1w

    Excise duties, Motor vehicles 1702w, 2307w, 2425w

    Excise duties, Petrol 696w

    Excise duties, Unleaded petrol 902w

    Fiscal policy 2382w, 2387w

    Fringe benefits, Travel 1173w

    Government bills, Treasury 1329-30w

    Households 1170-1w

    Hypothermia, Death rate 434w, 618-20w

    Illegimate children 889-90w

    Industrial products, Forms 93-4w

    Infant mortality 695-6w

    Information and communications technology, Treasury 1829w

    Information officers, Treasury 895w

    Investment, Science 620w

    Labour market, Lanarkshire 2387-8w

    Labour market, Milton Keynes 2411-2w

    Life expectancy 1330-1w

    Lone parents 898-900w

    Lorries, Taxation 1546w

    Lorry road user charge 278-9w, 697w, 1689-90w, 2031w

    Manpower, Treasury 1062w

    Manufacturing industries, Redundancy 2815w

    Members, Correspondence 275w

    Minimum wage, Midlothian 2261w

    Minimum wage, Renfrewshire 2261w

    Ministerial policy advisors, Treasury 2400w

    National income 1827-8w

    National insurance contributions, Caledonian MacBrayne 91w

    National savings 2394w

    Nationality 128w

    Nervous system, Diseases 277-8w

    Occupational pensions 694-5w

    Office for National Statistics, Public appointments 2394w

    Office for National Statistics, Standards 1691w

    Oil, Prices 100w, 695w, 891-2w

    Pensioners, Bedfordshire 885w

    Pensions, Property 897-8w

    Population 73-4w, 1166-7w, 1826w

    Population, Gender 692-3w

    Population, Shropshire 892-5w

    Population, South East region 1830-4w

    Population, Stroud 1833w

    Population, Young people 2380-1w

    Private finance initiative 434-5w, 892w, 1331w

    Privatisation, Radio frequencies 696w

    Procurement, EC law 688-9w, 896w

    Procurement, Treasury 1167-8w

    Public bills, Treasury 897w

    Public expenditure 2410-1w

    Public sector, Employment 1066-8w

    Publications, Treasury 691w

    Registration of births deaths marriages and civil partnerships 887w

    Research, Investment 843w

    Retirement, Males 2396-7w

    Rover Group 693w

    Science, Finance 1694w

    Scotland, Treasury 2386w

    Secondment, Treasury 76w

    Sick leave, Treasury 1171w

    Skin cancer, Greater London 747-8w

    Small businesses, Industrial products 93w

    Smuggling, Northern Ireland 2480w

    Stamp duty land tax 1331-2w

    Sudden adult death syndrome 1171-2w

    Suicide 1835-6w

    Tax yields, Oil 2394-5w

    Taxis, Treasury 105w

    Testicular cancer, Bedfordshire 901-2w

    Testicular cancer, Gloucestershire 1701w

    Tolls, Lorries 2393-4w

    Travel, EC countries 998w

    Unemployment 1804-5w

    Unemployment, Bedfordshire 883-4w

    Unemployment, Denbighshire 107w

    Unemployment, Lanarkshire 2388w

    Unemployment, Milton Keynes 2412w

    Unemployment, Young people 700w

    Vacancies 2393w

    Wales, Treasury 2870w

    EC action 2711w

    Wales 1717w
Health authorities

    Birmingham 220-1w
Health Direct

    NHS Direct 348w
Health education

    Alcoholic drinks 150-1w

    Drugs 441w

    Nutrition 1901-2w

    Obesity 2174w

    Prostate cancer 2778-9w
Health foods

    EC action 2723-4w
Health hazards

    Aerials 403w, 2097-8w

    Airwave service 1209w

    Cannabis 126w

    Electromagnetic fields 2443w, 2683-4w

    Fluoride 367-8w

    Genetically modified organisms 2718-9w
Health professions

    Africa 1840-1w

    Crimes of violence 456-7w

    Disciplinary proceedings 2835w

    Drugs 350w

    Foreign workers 577-8w, 2161w

    Greater London 580-1w, 584-6w

    Manpower 580-1w

    Sick leave 584-6w

    Training 577w
Health Protection Agency


    Finance 2721-2w
Health services

    Alcoholism 1675w

    Ancillary staff 2839w

    Bedfordshire 1659-60w

    Bone marrow disorders 1468w

    Buckinghamshire 1464-5w

    Cancer 1972w, 2681-2w

    Contracts 348-50w

    Dementia 1896-7w

    Developing countries 265-6w, 1849w

    Disadvantaged 1247-8

    EC countries 2844w

    EC internal trade 2712w

    Elderly 223w, 2168w, 2746w, 2771-2w, 2774-5w

    Ethnic groups 709w

    Greater London 219-20w, 226-7w, 2763-4w

    Hearing impaired 2676w

    Hertfordshire 978w

    Inspections 2851-2w

    Lancashire 2732-3w

    Lincolnshire (06.07.2005) 420-6

    Merton 1135w, 2722w

    Multiple chemical sensitivity disorder 2743w

    Northern Ireland 191-2w, 1388w

    Obesity 2865w

    Overseas visitors 456w

    Paddington 740-1w

    Private finance initiative 691w

    Reciprocal arrangements 2708-11w, 2773w

    Slimming 1142w, 2769-71w

    Southend on Sea 736w

    Strokes 1918w

    Suffolk 1195w

    Wales 2859w
Health trainers

    92-5ws, 2724w
Healthcare Commission

    Commission for Social Care Inspection 222w, 2840-1w

    Complaints 728w
Healthcare Regulatory Excellence Council

    see Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence
Hearing aids

    Digital technology 973w, 1130w, 1460w, 1898w, 2675-6w

    Northern Ireland 1381w
Hearing impaired


    Armed forces 1753w, 2114-5w

    Armed forces compensation scheme 2275-6w

    Children 1384-5w

    Exservicemen 662w

    Health services 2676w

    Industrial injuries disablement benefit 2822-4w

    Northern Ireland 1869w
Heart diseases

    2663-5w, 2785-6w

    Northern Ireland 1659w, 1975w

    Nurses 981w

    Rehabilitation 2682w

    Southend Hospital 717-8w

    Surgery 973w, 1975w Heath, Mr David

                  Chamber Debates

    Business motions (19.07.2005) 1118

    Business questions (18.07.2005) 1073

    Licensing Act 2003 (12.07.2005) 761, 770

    Racial and Religious Hatred Bill, Rep and 3R (11.07.2005) 598, 617, 628-9

    Recess motions (20.07.2005) 1340-2

    Select committees, Standing orders (13.07.2005) 869-75, 879

    Standards and Privileges Select Committee (13.07.2005) 931-2


    Armed forces compensation scheme 2793w

    Armed forces compensation scheme, Hearing impaired 2275-6w

    Business questions 449-50, 968-9, 1416

    Electoral register, Administration 560

    Incapacity benefit 1055-6

    India, Overseas trade 1395

    Overseas aid, Disabled 1361-2w

    Sentencing, Appeals 962-3

    War pensions, Disabled 2280w
Heath, Edward

    Death (18.07.2005) 1074-90 Heathcoat-Amory, Rt Hon David


    Incapacity benefit 1056-7

    Incapacity benefit, Fraud 2014w

    Incapacity benefit, Overseas residence 1817w
Heathrow Airport


    Night flying 671-2w, 1164-5w, 2875-6w

    Noise 23w, 666w, 669w

    Proof of identity 134w

    Security 668w

    Shops 669w

    Fuel oil 808-10w

    Social rented housing 2464w


    Noise 23w

    Procurement 261w
Hemel Hempstead

    Antisocial behaviour orders 372w

    Crime 140w

    Crimes of violence 379w

    Reserve forces 1324w Hemming, John

                  Chamber Debates

    Defence (07.07.2005) 532

    Terrorism (20.07.2005) 1270


    Adoption, Obesity 830w

    Antibiotics, Prescriptions 448w

    Birmingham Moor Street Station 289w

    Children in care 157-9w, 1400-2w

    Convictions 2601-4w

    Council tax 795w

    Crime 1480-2w

    Foster care, Expenditure 443w

    Health authorities, Birmingham 220-1w

    Industrial health and safety, Temperature 2520-1w

    Maternity benefits 72w

    Maternity pay 681w

    Offenders, Children in care 1097w

    Oil, Production 1338w

    Parents, Obesity 2323-4w

    Primary care trusts, Birmingham 1470w

    Public finance 1064w

    Safer Stronger Communities Fund 2093-6w

    Safer Stronger Communities Fund, West Midlands 562-3w

    Social rented housing 811w, 2449-50w

    Unsolicited goods and services, Telephones 1932-3w

    Welfare tax credits, Overpayments 2400w

    Welfare tax credits, Payments 2407w Henderson, Mr Doug

                  Chamber Debates

    Transport (05.07.2005) 177-8


    Airwave service 903w

    Airwave service, Channel tunnel 1087w

    Airwave service, Health hazards 1209w

    Contracts, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 2104-5w

    Group 4 Securitas, Dept of Trade and Industry 1928-9w

    Group 4 Securitas, Ministry of Defence 2279-80w

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

    Police, Radio 1471w

    Security, Dept for Work and Pensions 2011w

    Hospitals 1190w Hendrick, Mr Mark

                  Chamber Debates

    Defence (07.07.2005) 518

    Vehicle Registration Marks Bill, 1R (20.07.2005) 1274-5


    Hospitals, Infectious diseases 579w, 728w Hendry, Mr Charles

                  Chamber Debates

    Consumer Credit Bill, Rep and 3R (14.07.2005) 986-94, 998-9, 1002-6, 1009, 1011-8, 1023-5, 1029-32

    Racial and Religious Hatred Bill, Rep and 3R (11.07.2005) 642-3


    Cars, Registration 2886w

    Cars, Repairs and maintenance 458-9w

    Doctors 2844w

    Measurement Advisory Committee 702-3w

    Rover Group 55w, 693w, 854-5w, 1343-4w, 2260w

    Speed limits, Rural areas 26w

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

    Burton on Trent 728w

    Compensation 1667w, 2689w

    Medical treatments (11.07.2005) 672-80

    Prisoners 973-4w, 1677w

    Vaccination 1189w Hepburn, Mr Stephen


    Children, Poverty 1580-1w, 2500-2w

    Crime, Young people 516-7w, 2561w

    National Lottery, Grants 1558w

    Obesity, Children 2864-5w

    Unemployment 1804-5w

    Young offenders 761-2w, 1229-30w

    Young offenders, Arrests 1216-7w

    Young offenders, Mentally ill 1489w

    Young offenders, Reoffenders 1489w
Herbal medicine

    EC law 2168-9w, 2726-8w Herbert, Nick

                  Chamber Debates

    Licensing Act 2003 (12.07.2005) 777

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    St Richard's Hospital (06.07.2005) 78-81wh


    Public expenditure 84w

    Farms 650w Hermon, Lady


    After school clubs, Northern Ireland 1564w

    Agriculture, Subsidies 2469w

    Ambulance services, Northern Ireland 1876w

    Archaeological sites, County Down 1389w

    Asbestos, Schools 2470-1w

    Asylum, Northern Ireland 1215w

    Baby care units, Northern Ireland 1985-6w

    Breast cancer, Drugs 1379-80w, 1893w

    Cancer, Drugs 1455w, 1662w

    Children, Disabled 1383w

    Children, Hearing impaired 1384-5w

    Churches, VAT 281-2w

    Coolkeeragh power station 2473-4w

    Demonstrations, Northern Ireland 199w

    Drugs, Northern Ireland 1391-2w

    Electricity, Prices 2478w

    English language, Northern Ireland 1874-5w

    Equal opportunities, Teachers 1073w

    Females, Northern Ireland 2485-6w

    Fuel poverty, Northern Ireland 817w

    Heart diseases, Northern Ireland 1659w

    Industrial health and safety, Inspections 194-6w

    Industrial health and safety, Northern Ireland 196w

    Members, Correspondence 124w

    Mergers, Northern Ireland 338w

    Military bases, Northern Ireland 1079-80w

    National Lottery, Northern Ireland 1876-7w

    NHS, Negligence 191-2w

    Northern Ireland Child Support Agency 813w

    Northern Ireland education and library boards, Equal opportunities 815-6w

    Northern Ireland education and library boards, Finance 816w

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

    Olympic Games, Greater London 1569w

    Planning permission, Northern Ireland 335w

    Police, Belfast 1984w

    Police Service of Northern Ireland, Eyesight 1204-5w

    Police Service of Northern Ireland, Office workers 1880w

    Police Service of Northern Ireland, Standards 867w

    Police stations, Closures 1205-6w

    Post-Primary Education Review Body (Northern Ireland), Expenditure 817-8w

    Pupil exclusions, Northern Ireland 497-8w

    Pupils, Disabled 339-40w

    Reading, Teaching methods 817w

    Reparation by offenders, Northern Ireland 199-200w

    Schools, Admissions 818w

    Schools, Governing bodies 1883w

    Secondary education, Northern Ireland 866-7w

    Teachers, Northern Ireland 2489-91w

    Terrorism, Northern Ireland 822

    Transplant surgery, Kidneys 198w

    Zimbabwe, Human rights 1123w

    Crimes of violence 379-80w

    Dental services 208w, 453w, 719w, 1456-7w

    Drugs 1217-8w, 1608w

    Further education 2809w

    General practitioners 2720w

    Health services 978w

    Hospitals 1664-8w

    National Lottery 1763w

    Pollution control 1711w

    Probation 946w, 2631-2w

    Public transport 1799w

    Reoffenders 2559w

    Roads 2885-6w

    Vocational education 2809-10w
Hertfordshire Constabulary

Hesford, Stephen

                  Chamber Debates

    Finance Bill, Rep and 3R (06.07.2005) 316, 327, 333


    Police, Wirral 303-4 Hewitt, Rt Hon Patricia, Secretary of State for Health

                  Written Statements

    NHS foundation trusts 6-8ws


    Hospitals, Waiting lists 689-90

    Magnetic resonance imagers, Private sector 684-6

    NHS, Finance 686-9

    Patient choice schemes 694-6

    Select committee reports, Dept of Health 363w

    485w, 1373w
"High Hedges Complaints"

High Wycombe

    Firearms 549w

    RAF Innsworth 2286w
Higher civil servants

    Foreign and Commonwealth Office 2105-6w

    Incentives 2382w
Higher education

    Admissions 176-7w, 843-4w, 1016w, 1405w, 2327-8w, 2375-7w

    Biochemistry 2331w

    Chemistry 2331w

    Finance 1399w

    Korea 1017w

    Mathematics 842-3w

    Multiple occupation 323w

    Qualifications 836w

    Research 827-8w, 850w

    Scotland 2376w

    Student numbers 2374-6w
"Highways Agency Annual Report and Accounts,2004/05"

Hill farming

    650w Hillier, Meg

                  Chamber Debates

    Crossrail Bill, 2R (19.07.2005) 1144

    Licensing Act 2003 (12.07.2005) 759-60, 765, 771, 779-80

    London Olympics Bill, 2R (21.07.2005) 1446, 1457, 1461-2, 1488, 1491-5

    Olympic Games (06.07.2005) 413


    NHS, Finance 686-7

    World War II, Anniversaries 1-2
Hip replacements

    Milton Keynes Primary Care Trust 1673-4w

Historic buildings

    Regulation 1046w
HIV infection

    96ws, 229-30w

    Africa 266w

    Asylum 115w

    Ethiopia 1042w

    Screening 1672w

    South Africa 2230w
HM Courts Service

    Essex 2246-7w
HM Prison Service

    see Prison Service
HM Revenue and Customs

    see Revenue and Customs
HM Treasury

    see Treasury
HMS Invincible


    Decommissioning 1078w

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