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Hughes, Beverley, Minister of State for Children, Dept for Education and Skills

                  Questions

    Adoption, Romania 2665w

    Adult education, Finance 2324w

    Child minding, Complaints 2331-4w

    Children, Care homes 2347-8w

    Children, Cycling 2339-40w

    Children, Day care 271w, 2326-7w, 2370w, 2705w

    Children, Poverty 1580-1w

    Children, Social services 1393w

    Children, Television 2069w, 2374w

    Children in care 2348w

    Children's Commissioner for Wales 151w

    Children's Commissioner for Wales, Children's Commissioner for England 151-2w

    Children's trusts 1011w

    Community education 149-50w

    Consultation papers, Dept for Education and Skills 2377w

    Correspondence, Dept for Education and Skills 2339w

    Education, EC internal trade 2358w

    Education, Finland 2342-3w

    Education, Television 2038w

    Education maintenance allowance, Expenditure 2809w

    Education maintenance allowance, Newcastle upon Tyne 2340w

    Education maintenance allowance, South West region 2800-10w

    Extracurricular activities, Holidays 2372w

    Foster care, General certificate of secondary education 234w, 2343w

    Foster care, Greater London 2715w

    Further education, Carlisle 2368-9w

    Graduates, Physiotherapy 2357w

    Graduates, Southend on Sea 2325-6w

    Mass media, Literacy 2352w

    Mathematics, Standards 2350w

    Offenders Learning and Skills Unit 2355-6w

    Parents, Obesity 2323-4w

    Pre-school education, Somerset 1589-92w

    Pre-school education, Southend on Sea 2353-5w

    Pupil exclusions, Essex 2372w

    Pupils, Contraceptives 2054-5w, 2057w

    Pupils, Southend on Sea 2358-60w

    School leaving 2359-60w

    School leaving, Qualifications 2360w

    Schools, Cambridgeshire 2360-2w

    Schools, Closures 2360w

    Schools, Finance 2373-4w

    Schools, Mergers 2369w

    Schools, Milton Keynes 2361w

    Schools, Playing fields 2361w

    Schools, Voluntary organisations 2342w

    Schools access initiative, Southend on Sea 2361-2w

    Secondary education, Wellingborough 2363-8w

    Special educational needs 1233w

    Special educational needs, Speech therapy 2339w

    Students, Greater London 2345-6w

    Sure start programme 169-600w, 1599-600w

    Sure start programme, Kent 1583-4w

    Sure start programme, North East region 1596-9w

    Teachers, Pay 2337-9w

    Vocational guidance 947-8

    Youth services, Consultation papers 1234w Hughes, Simon

                  Chamber Debates

    Business motions (19.07.2005) 1116, 1118-21

    Crossrail Bill, 2R (19.07.2005) 1130

    Heath, Edward, Death (18.07.2005) 1088

    Local government finance (04.07.2005) 27, 35

    Olympic Games (06.07.2005) 411-2

    Racial and Religious Hatred Bill, Rep and 3R (11.07.2005) 623

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Young people (06.07.2005) 132-7wh

                  Questions

    Diabetes, Eyesight 2704w

    Empty property 293

    Further education, Ethnic groups 159-60w

    Hospitals, Waiting lists 698

    Prosecutions 1175w

    Secure training centres, Contracts 788-90w

    Secure training centres, Costs 1227-8w

    Unfair dismissal 1920w

    Young offenders 790w Huhne, Chris

                  Chamber Debates

    Finance Bill, Rep and 3R (06.07.2005) 331-2, 335-6, 368-71, 374, 376, 391-2, 395, 402-3

                  Questions

    Arms trade, Exports 1323-4w, 1335-6w

    Bank services, Electronic funds transfer 1057w

    Business questions 462

    Corporation tax 688w

    Democracy 487-8w

    EC enlargement 874-5w

    GCE A level, Per capita costs 1010-1w

    Government securities 276w

    Identity cards 1611w

    National debt 617-8w

    New members 1281w

    New members, Dept for Education and Skills 2353w

    New members, Dept of Health 2702w

    New members, Ministry of Defence 2112w

    Official residences 1074w

    Oil, Prices 891w

    Olympic Games, Greater London 1367w

    PAYE, Information and communications technology 1693w

    Public expenditure 2410-1w

    Public sector debt 276w

    River Itchen, Pollution 958-9w

    Schools, Finance 2373-4w

    Taxation, Ministers 693-4w

    Welfare tax credits, Overpayments 1172w
Human embryo experiments

    728-9w
Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority

    2728-30w
Human rights

    Asylum 757-9w

    Burundi 1176-7w

    Chechnya 870w

    EC institutions 2588w

    Females 1919w

    Judgements 1936-7w

    Rwanda 1176-7w

    Social services 2784w

    Sudan 878-80w

    United Nations 876w

    Zimbabwe 1123w
Human Rights Commission of Northern Ireland

    see Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission
Human Tissue Act 2004

                  Written Statements

    23ws
Human trafficking

    119-20w, 531w

    Children 109w, 511-3w, 1106w

    Eastern Europe 1776-7w

    EC action 515w, 538w Humble, Mrs Joan

                  Questions

    Fisheries 441

    Sentencing 947-8w

    Youth services, Consultation papers 1234w
Hunger strikes

    Detainees 775w Hunt, Jeremy

                  Chamber Debates

    Local government finance (04.07.2005) 73-5

                  Questions

    Air pollution, EC countries 429-30

    China, Arms trade 1107

    Pensions 1358w Hunter, Mark

                  Chamber Debates

    London Olympics Bill, 2R (21.07.2005) 1468-70 Hurd, Nick

                  Chamber Debates

    Local government finance (04.07.2005) 36

    Transport (05.07.2005) 181

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Fathers, Child rearing (05.07.2005) 38-9wh

                  Questions

    Brazil, Forests 1003w

    Northwick Park Hospital, Maternity services 2766-8w Hutton, Rt Hon John, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (Minister for the Cabinet Office)

                  Chamber Debates

    Regulation (04.07.2005) 91, 98-108, 110

                  Written Statements

    Civil servants, Select committees 35ws

    Members, Correspondence 107ws

    Public service 43ws

    Regulation 83ws

                  Questions

    Civil servants, Conduct 682-3w

    Civil servants, Retirement 2238w

    Civil servants, Welsh language 683w

    Civil service, Reform 683w

    Computers, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 1525-6w

    Consultants, Cabinet Office 2243w

    Consultants, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 2241-3w

    Correspondence, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 2238w

    Drugs 2243w

    EC law, Dietary supplements 1297w, 1526w

    Equal opportunities, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 45w

    Exhibitions, Rural areas 44-5w

    Information and communications technology, Cabinet Office 2798-9w

    Ministerial policy advisors, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 323w

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

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

    Wines, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 551w
Hydroelectric power

    1340-1w, 1348-50w, 2258-9w
Hydrogen

    Renewable energy 1921w

    Research 1925-7w
Hygiene

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

    House of Commons 231-2w

    Nappies 1908-10w
Hyperactivity

    573-5w
Hypothermia