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Hoaxes and false alarms

    Emergency calls 977w

    Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service 408w Hoban, Mr Mark


    Antisocial behaviour orders, Statistics 78-9w

    Assessments, Pupils 162w, 1233w

    Boarding schools 845-6w

    City academies 147-8w

    Education, Standards 841w

    Education maintenance allowance 153-4w

    General certificate of secondary education 159w

    Higher education, Admissions 176-7w

    Housing, Low incomes 1443w, 2456w, 2814w

    Private education, Local education authorities 445-6w

    Public expenditure, Home Office 109-10w

    Pupils, Assessments 168-9w

    Pupils, Intimidation 170w, 440-1w, 845w, 1232w

    Qualifications and Curriculum Authority, GCE A level 1010w

    School leaving, Basic skills 161-2w

    Schools 444w

    Schools, Admissions 952-3

    Schools, Construction 166-7w

    Schools, Discipline 439-40w

    Schools, Police 843w

    Secondary education, Reviews 160w

    Sixth form education 173w Hodge, Margaret, Minister of State for Work, Dept for Work and Pensions

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Lambert, Peter (12.07.2005) 242-4wh

                  Written Statements

    Asbestos, Compensation 42ws

    New deal for disabled people 103ws


    Advertising, Dept for Work and Pensions 1810-2w

    Asbestos, Industrial health and safety 1990w

    Building on new deal, Basic skills 1643w

    Child Support Agency, Information and communications technology 1995w

    Consultants, Dept for Work and Pensions 1806-8w, 2019w

    Employment schemes, Pilot schemes 1275w

    Incapacity benefit 1120w, 1273w, 2016w

    Incapacity benefit, Pathways to work 2526w

    Incapacity benefit, Reform 2015-6w

    Income support 71-2w

    Industrial diseases, Compensation 1824w

    Industrial health and safety 2020w

    Industrial health and safety, Standards 2513w

    Industrial injuries disablement benefit, Hearing impaired 2822-4w

    Jobcentre Plus, Coventry 2019w

    Jobcentre Plus, Crimes of violence 1641-2w

    Jobcentre Plus, Wales 1070, 2514-5w

    Lone parents, Employment 1642w

    Medical Appeal Tribunal 1066-8

    New deal schemes 2020-1w

    New deal schemes, Grimsby 2826-7w

    New deal schemes, Per capita costs 2825-6w

    Newtown Powys, Dept for Work and Pensions 1819-20w

    Pathways to work 2021-2w

    Pathways to work, Mentally ill 1059-61

    Pension Protection Fund 1644w

    Pensions, Coventry 1646-7w, 1649w

    Pensions, Financial assistance scheme 1647-8w

    Poverty, Greater London 72w

    Public sector, Consultants 1808-9w

    Security, Dept for Work and Pensions 2011w

    Social security benefits, Aberystwyth 627-8w

    Social security benefits, Employment 1825-6w

    Social security benefits, Part-time education 2021w

    Teenage pregnancy, Kettering 2027w Hodgson, Sharon

                  Chamber Debates

    London Olympics Bill, 2R (21.07.2005) 1504


    Crossrail line, Research 2129w

    Iraq, Peace keeping operations 14-5 Hoey, Miss Kate

                  Chamber Debates

    Zimbabwe, Points of order (04.07.2005) 21

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Asylum, Zimbabwe (20.07.2005) 442-5wh, 455wh, 457wh


    Business questions 448-9

    Church Commissioners, Housing stock 1707w

    Deportation, Malawi 779w

    Deportation, Zimbabwe 147w, 404w, 765w

    Detainees, Hunger strikes 775w

    EC budget, Contributions 484w, 875w

    Harmondsworth Detention Centre 376w

    Pensioners, Northern Ireland 1569w

    Royal Mail 1393

    South Bank Centre, London Eye 2082-3w

    Trials, Fraud 1703-4w

    Zimbabwe, Asylum 1779w Hogg, Rt Hon Douglas

                  Chamber Debates

    Racial and Religious Hatred Bill, Rep and 3R (11.07.2005) 605, 610-2, 614-6, 619, 657, 663

    Select committees, Standing orders (13.07.2005) 899, 905, 907

    Extracurricular activities 2372w Hollobone, Philip

                  Chamber Debates

    Council Tax Limitation (England) (Maximum Amounts) Order (20.07.2005) 1309-11

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Fathers, Child rearing (05.07.2005) 24-7wh


    A14, Kettering 612w, 1791w

    A14, Northamptonshire 1545-6w

    Absent voting 868-9w

    Adult education, Kettering 1234w

    Agriculture, Subsidies 1520w

    Antisocial behaviour orders, Enforcement 1298w

    Armed forces, Food 1251w

    Beef, Imports 1946-7w

    Biofuels, Tax allowances 1707w

    Bovine tuberculosis, Disease control 1947-8w

    Business questions 1425

    Churches 1523w

    Common agricultural policy, Developing countries 1516w

    Community development, Northamptonshire 1544-5w

    Council tax, Daventry 1444-5w

    Crime 1483-4w

    Crown Prosecution Service, Parental responsibility 13-4w

    Empty property 1433w

    Environmental stewardship scheme 2307-8w

    Environmental stewardship scheme, Maps 1520w

    Farms, Tenants 959w

    Floods, Kettering 966w

    Food, Production 656w

    Footwear, Northamptonshire 1181-2w

    Forestry, Training 157-8w

    Forests, East Midlands 250-1w

    General practitioners 2163-4w

    General practitioners, Kettering 974w

    Historic buildings, Regulation 1046w

    Infrastructure, Northamptonshire 2096w

    Kettering-Corby railway line 289w

    Licensed premises 1365w

    Northamptonshire Police, Finance 781w, 1091-2w, 1497-8w

    Northamptonshire Police, Special constables 1495w

    Parental responsibility 960-1

    Patients' forums 1678w

    Payroll giving grants programme 1784w

    Police, Finance 781w, 1095w, 1496-8w

    Police, Interpreters 1785w

    Police, Reorganisation 1223w

    Poultry, Avian influenza 1283-4w

    Rights of way, Rural areas 254w

    Rural areas, Employment 653-4w

    Science, Graduates 141w

    Tax allowances, Cultural heritage 1064-5w

    Teenage pregnancy, Kettering 2027w

    Tree planting, Grants 251-2w

    VAT, Charities 623w Holmes, Paul


    Consultants, Dept for Education and Skills 152-3w

    Council housing, Chesterfield 302-3

    Social security benefits, Medical examinations 1642-3w, 1818w
Home care services

    346-7w, 2771w

    Fees and charges 1130w, 1144w

    Medical equipment 976-7w

    Standards 721-2w, 2706w
Home detention curfews

    1091w, 1219-21w

    Greater London 2587-8w

    Reoffenders 1098w
Home education

    Essex 442-3w

    Milton Keynes 1727w
Home energy efficiency scheme


    Standards 1715-6w
Home information packs

Home Office

    Advertising 1604w

    Buildings 2570-1w

    Cellular phones 2186w

    Computers 123-4w, 1219w, 2186w

    Consultants 2195w

    Consultation papers 1485-6w

    Equal opportunities 2581w

    Freedom of information 2584w

    Legislation 1605-7w

    Manpower 1608w, 2570w, 2584-6w

    Official engagements 384w

    Procurement 1484-5w

    Public expenditure 109-10w

    Repairs and maintenance 1483w

    Scotland 2569-70w

    Security 1484w

    Sick leave 2640-2w

    Speeches 2596w

    Statute law 108w

    Stress 1626-8w

    Utilities 2570w

    Voluntary work 949-50w

    Wales 2660w

    Water 2660-1w

    Wines 1608w
"Home Office Departmental Report, 2005"


    303-7w, 798-803w, 1429w, 1543w

    Cambridgeshire 2449w, 2462-3w

    Finance 1439-40w

    Greater London 1438-40w, 1543w

    Haringey 410w

    Milton Keynes 2457w

    Northern Ireland 1976w

    Scotland 2448-9w

    Upper Bann 1976w

    Standards 1016-7w

    Dept of Trade and Industry 1339w, 1740w

    152-3ws, 779-80w

    Children 1779w, 2182w

    Convictions 1093-4w

    Firearms 773w

    Reoffenders 1489-90w

    Crimes of violence 774-5w, 1976w

    Discrimination 851-2w

    Northern Ireland 1976w
Hong Kong

    Civil servants 1692w
"Hong Kong Six Monthly Report January to June 2005"


    Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 6w

    Dept for Work and Pensions 2012w Hood, Mr Jimmy


    Antisocial behaviour orders 904w

    Apprentices 1719-20w

    Apprentices, Finance 832w

    Armed forces, Recruitment 1254w

    Army, Scotland 661-2w, 864w

    Asylum, Scotland 756w

    Asylum, Zimbabwe 118-20w, 376w

    Carers, Scotland 2011-2w

    Carers' allowances 1992-3w

    Carers' allowances, Expenditure 2380w

    Child Support Agency, Scotland 1632w

    Children, Maintenance 1994w

    Disability living allowance, Lanarkshire 2507-8w

    Driving tests, Scotland 2418w

    Drug seizures 2574w

    Drugs, Crime 2571-2w

    Drugs, Scotland 901w

    Embassies, Manpower 324-5w

    Extracurricular activities, Holidays 2372w

    Flexible working, Parents 1925-6w

    Fossil fuels, Pollution control 50w

    General Election 2005, Internet 1203w

    Higher education, Admissions 2375-6w

    Illegal immigrants, Deportation 1216w

    Incapacity benefit, Reform 2015-6w

    Incapacity benefit, Scotland 2512w

    Jobseeker's allowance, Scotland 2517-8w

    Labour market, Lanarkshire 2387-8w

    Legal aid, Finance 1113w

    Managers, Females 2257-8w

    Maternity pay 2019-20w

    New deal schemes, Scotland 2523-5w

    Part-time education, Finance 1023-4w

    Pathways to work 2021-2w

    Pension credit, Lanarkshire 626w

    Pensioners, Lanarkshire 1277-8w

    Post offices, Closures 856w

    Pregnant women, Discrimination 856-7w

    Renewable energy, Lanarkshire 465-6w

    Scottish Parliament, Elections 1524-5w

    Social security benefits, Scotland 2492-3w

    UK emissions trading scheme 854w

    Unemployment, Lanarkshire 2388w

    Voluntary work 2654w

    Voting behaviour 1604w

    Wind power, Energy supply 708w

    Wind power, Scotland 1747w

    Working tax credit, Overpayments 104w Hoon, Rt Hon Geoffrey, Lord Privy Seal and Leader of the House of Commons

                  Chamber Debates

    Business questions (18.07.2005) 1073

    Select committees, Standing orders (13.07.2005) 840-58, 863-4

    Standards and Privileges Select Committee (13.07.2005) 930-1

    Terrorism, Points of order (07.07.2005) 427

                  Written Statements

    Palace of Westminster, Security 32ws


    Business statements 447-64, 965-78, 1414-28

    Consultants, Leader of the House of Commons 1717w

    Correspondence, Leader of the House of Commons 2070w

    Government bills 1029w

    House of Lords, Reform 233w

    Members, Pay 1527w

    New members 1281w

    Wines, Leader of the House of Commons 405w

    Written questions 2068-9w

    Written questions, Recess 2068w Hope, Phil, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Dept for Education and Skills

                  Chamber Debates

    Dunstable College (20.07.2005) 1374-9


    Access to Learning Fund 830w

    Adult education, Finance 2324-5w

    Adult education, Greater London 1718-20w

    Adult education, Kettering 1234w

    Adult education, Standards 831w

    Adult education, Student numbers 2325w

    Apprentices 832-4w, 1719-20w, 2328-31w

    Apprentices, Finance 832w, 2037w

    Apprentices, Lancashire 833-4w

    Apprentices, Milton Keynes 1235w

    Apprentices, Student wastage 1404w

    Community education, Standards 150w

    Education, Prisons 168w, 844w, 2358w

    Education, Young offender institutions 179-80w

    Employer training pilots 1397w, 2055-8w

    Forestry, Training 157-8w

    Learning and Skills Council for England, Apprentices 2799w

    National vocational qualifications, Engineering 272-3w

    Skilled workers, Eastern region 845w

    Skilled workers, Productivity 850w

    Training and enterprise councils 175-6w, 848-9w

    Training and enterprise councils, Pensions 273-4w

    Union Learning Fund 948-9 Hopkins, Mr Kelvin

                  Chamber Debates

    Racial and Religious Hatred Bill, Rep and 3R (11.07.2005) 618


    Bridges, Repairs and maintenance 1162-3w

    Common agricultural policy, Reform 1100

    Hospitals, Cleaning services 2173w

    House of Commons, Contract cleaning 1244

    Magnetic resonance imagers, Private sector 685-6

    Official engagements, Prime Minister 1244

    Railways, Safety 2132w

    Sixth form colleges 959-60 Horam, Mr John

                  Chamber Debates

    Immigration Asylum and Nationality Bill, 2R (05.07.2005) 232-5


    Olympic Games, Greater London 2534w
Horn of Africa

    Education 683-5w

    Air traffic 2127-8w
Horse racing

    Betting (06.07.2005) 91-8wh
Horse riding

    Accidents 1294-5w
Horsley, Howard

    (20.07.2005) 489-95wh

    Developing countries 1005-6w Hosie, Stewart

                  Chamber Debates

    Finance Bill, Rep and 3R (06.07.2005) 360-4, 375, 381-2

    Welfare tax credits (12.07.2005) 720


    Airguns 2469w

    Airguns, Scotland 2537-8w

    Firearms, Crime 767-73w

    Fiscal policy 2382w, 2387w

    Identity cards, Scotland 243w

    Income tax, Tax rates and bands 2392w

    National savings 2394w

    Overseas students, Scotland 146-7w, 528w, 774w

    Scotland, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 2290w

    Scotland, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 2829-30w

    Scotland, Dept for Transport 2877-8w

    Scotland, Dept for Work and Pensions 2819w

    Scotland, Dept of Trade and Industry 2256-7w

    Scotland, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 2428w

    Scotland, Home Office 2569w

    Scotland, Scotland Office 2812w

    Scotland, Treasury 2386w

    Taxation, Pensioners 2392w

    Taxation, Rebates 2410w

    Tolls, Scotland 674w

    Welfare tax credits 2870w

    Welfare tax credits, Overpayments 2404w


    Children 575-6w, 2146-7w

    Finance 2728w

    VAT 2390w
Hospital beds

    355w, 981w, 1896w

    Essex 2690w

    Haringey 348w

    New Forest Primary Care Trust 2172w

    Northern Ireland 1867-8w, 1875-6w

    Ulster Hospital 1989w
Hospital wards

    Closures 2792w

    Gender 225w

    Accidents 2788-9w

    Bacterial diseases 981w

    Cleaning services 2173w

    Closures 1944w, 2839w

    Construction 1189w

    Consultants 719w, 1664-8w, 2749w

    Crimes of violence 1469w, 1911w, 1977-8w

    Death rate 2856w

    East Riding 2790w

    Haringey 224w

    Hendon 1190w

    Hertfordshire 1664-8w

    Hygiene 230w, 748-9w, 2869-70w

    Infectious diseases 350-1w, 454-5w, 579w, 727-8w, 1189-90w, 1664w, 1909w, 2169w, 2722w

    Inspections 1900-1w

    Leeds 2167-8w

    Lichfield 970-1w

    Maldon 734-5w

    Northern Ireland 1875w, 1976-80w

    Pupils 442-3w

    Religious buildings 1976-8w

    Southend on Sea 735-6w

    Standards 1979-80w

    Waiting lists 689-90, 698, 749w, 2790w, 2869w

    Wales 1941w, 1944w

    Probation 783w, 1508w

    Saving Gateway 2397w
House of Commons

    Cleaning services 28w

    Contract cleaning 1244

    Data protection 1335w

    Hygiene 231-2w

    Lighting 1334w

    Offices 1334-5w

    Postal services 1748-9w

    Stationery 231w

    Times of sittings 590w
House of Lords

    Reform 233w

    Council tax 793-4w

    Shoreham 1436w


    405w, 1031w, 1443w, 2451-2w

    Asylum 2545-8w

    Basingstoke (13.07.2005) 309-16wh

    Chorley 1442w

    Construction 308-10w, 405w, 560-2w, 803-5w, 807w, 1260w

    Consultants 2450w

    Demolition 807w

    Eastern region 405w

    Empty property 2814w

    Fires 797w, 966-7w

    Floods 5-6w

    Greater London 294w, 558w

    Lancashire 556w, 560-2w

    Local authorities 2463-4w

    Low incomes 294-6w, 311-4w, 805-7w, 1425-8w, 1440-3w, 2456w, 2464w, 2814w

    Merseyside 316w

    Milton Keynes 2454w

    Newcastle upon Tyne 792-3w

    Northern Ireland 817w, 1881-2w, 2480w

    Overcrowding 1446-7w

    Parking 1448w

    Planning 43-6ws

    Public appointments 2454w

    Rural areas 254w, 287-9

    Shrewsbury 563w

    Shropshire 967-8w, 2453w

    South East region 803w, 2455-6w

    Standards 798w, 962-3w, 1440-2w, 2452-3w

    Sussex 2452-3w

    Urban areas 803-5w

    Vandalism 2636w

    VAT 700w

    Wellingborough 2449w

    West Sussex 805-7w

    Young offenders 1232w
Housing Act 2004


Housing benefit

    70-1w, 860w, 1270-2w, 1637-41w, 1816-7w, 2012-4w, 2018w, 2510-1w, 2820-2w

    Administrative delays 2822-4w

    Costs 2822w

    Coventry 1809-10w

    Employment 1815-6w

    Fraud 1117w

    Greater London 1117-9w

    Information and communications technology 1637w, 1816w

    Northern Ireland 336-7w, 492w

    Scotland 2822w
Housing occupancy

    Social rented housing 322-3w
Housing revenue accounts

    Yorkshire and Humberside 2450-2w
Housing stock

    Church Commissioners 1707w
Housing tenure

    2454-6w Howard, Rt Hon Michael

                  Chamber Debates

    Group of Eight (11.07.2005) 582-4

    Heath, Edward, Death (18.07.2005) 1076-8

    Terrorism (11.07.2005) 567-9


    Terrorism 827-8, 1244-7

    Terrorism, Greater London 826-7 Howarth, David

                  Chamber Debates

    Council Tax Limitation (England) (Maximum Amounts) Order (20.07.2005) 1286, 1307-9

    Local government finance (04.07.2005) 37, 39, 48, 52, 54, 60, 68-70, 72, 75


    Entry clearances 1512-3w

    Identity cards 2871-2w

    Identity cards, Biometrics 1613w

    Police, Databases 1498-9w

    Proof of identity, Databases 1612-4w Howarth, Mr Gerald

                  Chamber Debates

    Terrorism (11.07.2005) 575, (20.07.2005) 1267

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Fathers, Child rearing (05.07.2005) 26wh, 43wh, 46wh


    Air force, Deployment 13

    Air force, Manpower 43w

    Armed forces, Reorganisation 1406-8

    Public transport, Security 2131w

    Terrorism, Crime prevention 1622w Howells, Dr Kim, Minister for the Middle East, Foreign and Commonwealth Office

                  Chamber Debates

    Group of Eight (05.07.2005) 279-84

                  Written Statements

    "Strategic Export Controls Report 2004" 90ws


    Afghanistan, Administration of justice 1368w, 1774w

    Afghanistan, Drugs 1774w

    Afghanistan, Politics and government 323-4w

    Arms trade, Corruption 871w

    Arms trade, Treaties 1841w

    Biological and Toxin Weapons Convention 324w, 1176w

    Burma, Uranium 1369w

    Bustani, Jose 486-7w, 1375-6w

    Democracy 487-8w

    Diplomatic service, Tourists 665w

    Drugs and Crime Fund 2100w

    Eastern Europe, Human trafficking 1776-7w

    EC action, Travel restrictions 327w

    Entry clearances 332-4w, 488w, 665w, 2102-3w, 2439-40w

    Entry clearances, Doctors 2108w

    Entry clearances, Overseas students 401-2w

    Hamas 1373-4w

    Hezbollah 485w, 1373w

    India, Entry clearances 665w

    Iran 328-9w

    Iran, Arrests 184w, 1371w

    Iran, Elections 484w

    Iran, Nuclear power 664w, 1179w, 1374w

    Iraq, Oil 877w, 1122-3w

    Iraq, Politics and government 1122w

    Iraq conflict, Casualties 2281w, 2434w

    Iraq-Kuwait conflict, Compensation 2438-9w

    Israel, Arms trade 2109w

    Israel, Community development 484-5w

    Israel, EC aid 485w

    Israel, EC external relations 330w

    Israel, Immigration 1775w

    Israel, Nuclear weapons 878w, 2101w

    Jamaica, Prisoners' transfers 1225-6w

    Members, Correspondence 181w, 870w, 1369w

    Middle East, Armed conflict 1775-6w, 2435-6w

    Middle East, Nuclear weapons 878w, 1779w

    Middle East, Overseas aid 471-2w

    Middle East, Peace negotiations 1371-3w, 1375w

    Middle East, Violence 2435w

    Morocco, Political prisoners 486w

    Nepal, Military aid 330-1w

    Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty 1180w

    Occupied territories 1371w

    Pakistan, Entry clearances 488w, 2103w, 2434w

    Pakistan, Religious freedom 869-70w

    Palestinian Authority, Elections 487w, 1776w

    Palestinians, International assistance 1372-3w

    Palestinians, Politics and government 486w, 1374w

    Syrian Arab Republic, Lebanon 485-6w

    Terrorism, UN resolutions 2438w

    Treaties, Nuclear weapons 875w

    UN Compensation Commission 1378w

    USSR, Weapons 1360w

    Vanunu, Mordechai 1372w, 1775w Hoyle, Mr Lindsay

                  Chamber Debates

    Hepatitis, Medical treatments (11.07.2005) 677

    Welfare tax credits (12.07.2005) 707


    Accident and emergency departments, Lancashire 2144w

    Agency nurses, Manpower 710w

    Agricultural products, Exports 2298w

    Agricultural shows 1946w

    Agricultural shows, Lancashire 1350-1w, 1574w

    Agriculture, Subsidies 428, 1039w

    Ambulance services 2145w, 2671w

    Ambulance services, Emergency calls 2671w

    Ambulance services, Lancashire 716w, 1889-90w

    Ambulance services, Pay 2668-9w

    Ambulance services, Public appointments 2671-2w

    Apprentices, Lancashire 833-4w, 2329-30w

    Armed forces, Cadets 1750w, 2111w, 2793w

    Armed forces, Falkland Islands 1077w

    Armed forces, Recruitment 1315-6w

    Armed forces, Weapons 1081w

    Army, Manpower 1322-4w, 1533-4w

    Army, Reorganisation 1084w

    Army, Uniforms 701w, 855w, 1527-8w, 1532w, 2795w

    BAE Systems, Contracts 1075w

    BAE Systems, Ministry of Defence 1310-2w

    Bottles, Recycling 1964w

    Bovine tuberculosis 1950w

    Business, Chorley 1575w

    Carbon dioxide, Air pollution 244-5w

    Care homes, Lancashire 342-3w

    Cereals, Diseases 1036w

    Closed circuit television, Lancashire 377w

    Commonwealth Games, Greater Manchester 1554w

    Commonwealth War Graves Commission, Manpower 1761w

    Community support officers, Chorley 378w

    Community support officers, Lancashire 378w

    Crime, Lancashire 1481-2w

    Dental services, Chorley 1458-9w

    Dental services, Lancashire 208-9w

    Drugs, Misuse 516w

    Drugs, Rehabilitation 750w

    Education, Lancaster 1396w

    English Partnerships, Chorley 1256w

    English Partnerships, Lancashire 556-7w

    English Partnerships, Land 1543w

    European fighter aircraft 44w, 262w

    Fire services 1434-5w

    Fire services, Crimes of violence 1257-8w

    Fire services, North West region 1255-6w

    Food, Labelling 958w

    Foot and mouth disease, Compensation 955w

    Fruit, Production 425w

    Gibraltar 260w

    Gibraltar, Ministry of Defence 40-1w, 2283w

    Housing, Construction 560-2w

    Housing, Fires 966-7w

    Housing, Lancashire 556w

    Housing, Low incomes 1442w

    India, Overseas trade 1395-6

    Industrial diseases, Compensation 1931-2w

    Joint strike fighter aircraft, Intellectual property 4

    Kidney patients, Chorley 2732w

    Lancashire Ambulance Service NHS Trust 2670-3w

    Lancashire Ambulance Service NHS Trust, Public appointments 1136-7w, 2672w

    Lancashire Constabulary, Age 1223-4w

    Lancashire Constabulary, Lost working days 2608w

    Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust 2739w

    Licensing laws 1365w

    Listed buildings, Chorley 1366w

    Listed buildings, Swimming pools 1367w

    Lords Lieutenant 1307-8w

    Mental health services, Lancashire 2741w

    Military aircraft 1083w, 2125-6w

    Military bands 862-3w

    Military bases 1320w, 2796-8w

    Military bases, Chorley 1541w

    Milk, Prices 2305w

    Milk, Primary education 1522w

    Milk, Retail trade 1964w

    Motor vehicles, Construction 1748w

    Motor vehicles, Excise duties 2551-2w

    Neighbourhood wardens, Lancashire 2445w

    Nuclear power 1744w

    Office of Communications 2081w

    Olympic Games, Greater London 1560w

    Patients, Transport 2176w

    Police, Age 2196w

    Police, Radio 546w

    Police, Vehicles 781w

    Police authorities, Public appointments 2196-7w

    Poultry, Imports 1036-8w

    Prisons, Lancashire 1095w

    Public telephones 707w, 1182w

    Queen's Lancashire Regiment 1323w

    Radio, Chorley 641w

    Radio, Licensing 1560-1w

    RAF Gibraltar 553-4w

    RAF Marham, Military aircraft 863-4w

    Recycling, Lancashire 653w

    Renewable energy, Lancashire 466w

    Rivers, Lancashire 1711w

    Roads, North West region 1050w

    Royal Mail 60w, 857w

    Royal ordnance factories, Chorley 1538w, 2122w

    Rugby 1561-2w

    School meals 1019w

    School milk 1588w

    School milk, Lancashire 1015w

    Schools, Chorley 169w

    Social rented housing, Chorley 967w, 1032-3w

    Social rented housing, Land 2090w

    Territorial Army 43w

    Territorial Army, Lancashire 1326-7w, 2124w

    Textiles, Imports 467w

    Tsang, Donald 878w

    Visits abroad, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 1956w

    War graves, Asia 1761w

    Welfare tax credits, Overpayments 94-5w, 1837w

    Whales, Conservation 252-3w