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MacShane, Mr Denis


    Balkans, EC enlargement 1094

    Dental services, Rotherham 1897-8w

    Members, Correspondence 2556w

    Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield 1056w Mactaggart, Fiona, Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Home Office

                  Written Statements

    Contracted Prisons Office, Standards 156ws

    "Prison Service Annual Report and Accounts,2004/05" 66ws


    Abortion, Prosecutions 1088w

    Alcoholic drinks, Young people 2647-8w

    Children in care, Abuse 2184w

    Community service orders 759-60w

    Community service orders, Enforcement 2185w

    Community service orders, Females 2185-6w

    Corruption 760-1w

    Credit cards, Fraud 125w

    Crime, Greater London 1216w

    Crime, Victims 787-8w, 1107-8w, 1626w, 2653w

    Crime prevention, Parents 1094-5w

    Crimes of violence 1108w

    Crimes of violence, Prosecutions 1090w

    Criminal Cases Review Commission 520w

    Criminal injuries compensation, Standards 2871w

    Criminal Justice Act 2003, Individual support orders 1231w

    Criminal Justice Act 2003, Sentencing 1780-1w

    Criminal law, EC action 2579-80w

    Criminal records, Disclosure of information 787w

    Dangerous driving 2552w

    Dangerous mental patients 763-5w

    Dartmoor Prison 2193-4w

    Dartmoor Prison, Religion 1507w

    Defaulters, Custodial treatment 906w

    Domestic violence 1607-8w

    Domestic violence, Haringey 765w

    Dovegate Prison 765w

    Driving offences 525w

    Drug treatment and testing orders 949-50w

    Drugs, Hertfordshire 1217-8w

    Drugs, Rehabilitation 1089-91w, 1608w, 2573w

    Durham Prison, Females 782w

    Eastwood Park Prison, Nurses 2874w

    EC action, Criminal law 2579-80w

    Expert evidence 2641w

    Home detention curfews 1091w, 1219-21w

    Home detention curfews, Reoffenders 1098w

    Homicide, Convictions 1093-4w

    Juries 2644-5w, 2648w

    Juries, Fraud 2645-6w

    Kidnapping, Greater London 1208-10w, 2534-6w

    Lancaster Castle 908w

    Local child curfew schemes, Surrey 2184-6w

    Magistrates' courts 1222-3w

    Members, Correspondence 1479-80w

    Mentally disturbed offenders, Crimes of violence 2187w

    Mentally disturbed offenders, Custodial treatment 2596w

    Miscarriages of justice, Costs 777-8w

    National Offender Management Service 910w, 1105w, 1490w, 1783-4w, 2872-4w

    National Offender Management Service, Expenditure 2599w

    National Offender Management Service, Manpower 2599w

    National Offender Management Service, Procurement 2873w

    National Probation Directorate, Qualifications 2214-5w

    National Probation Directorate, Risk assessment 2195-6w

    Nazi war crimes 780-1w

    Offences Against the Person Act 1861, Prosecutions 1224w

    Offenders, Children in care 1097w

    Offenders, Deportation 782w, 917-8w

    Offenders, Electronic tagging 2217w

    Offensive weapons, Prosecutions 761-2w

    Parenting orders 1614-9w

    Parents, Education 2623-4w

    Police, Trials 2557-8w

    Pre-sentence reports 782w, 21980w

    Pre-sentence reports, Convictions 1785-6w

    Prison accommodation 1621w, 2628-9w

    Prison governors 2204-8w

    Prison Service, Contracts 2872w

    Prison Service, Employment Tribunals Service 542w

    Prison Service, Ethnic groups 1786w

    Prison Service, Injuries 2622-3w

    Prison Service, Jarvis 542w

    Prison Service, Labour turnover 2624-6w

    Prison Service, Manpower 920w, 931-3w, 2212-4w, 2623w, 2627w

    Prison Service, Operating costs 2207-11w

    Prison Service, Pornography 2214w

    Prison Service, Racial discrimination 2627-8w

    Prison Service, Recruitment 931w

    Prison Service, Tuberculosis 782w

    Prison Service, Vacancies 918-20w

    Prisoner escapes 920w

    Prisoner escapes, Greater London 914w

    Prisoners 542-4w, 550w, 928-32w, 935-6w, 943-5w, 1096w, 1224-5w, 2198-9w, 2201-4w, 2626-7w, 2629-30w

    Prisoners, Children 2662w

    Prisoners, Death 936-44w

    Prisoners, Disabled 2187-8w

    Prisoners, Domestic violence 1506w

    Prisoners, Foreigners 923-8w, 1094w

    Prisoners, Per capita costs 917w, 2199-201w

    Prisoners, Reoffenders 1507w

    Prisoners, Self-mutilation 1501w

    Prisoners, Suicide 1501w, 1504-5w, 1620-1w, 2626-7w

    Prisoners, Transsexuality 547w, 1507-8w

    Prisoners, West Yorkshire 2630-1w

    Prisoners on remand, Age 1501w

    Prisoners' release, Females 1225w

    Prisons 914-7w, 933-5w

    Prisons, Body searches 2211-2w

    Prisons, Construction 922w, 1226w

    Prisons, Counselling 1106w

    Prisons, Discipline 2622w

    Prisons, Drugs 1097-8w, 1225w, 1505-6w, 1621w, 2214w, 2576w

    Prisons, Education 541-2w, 2199w

    Prisons, Employment 544-5w

    Prisons, Fire prevention 922w

    Prisons, Fires 920-2w

    Prisons, Greater London 782-3w

    Prisons, Lancashire 1095w

    Prisons, Mother and baby units 1092-3w

    Prisons, Operating costs 1502-4w

    Prisons, Private finance initiative 125w

    Prisons, Private sector 2629w

    Prisons, Sports 1098w

    Prisons, Standards 2628w

    Prisons, Television 936w

    Probation, Greater London 534w, 1221-2w

    Probation, Hertfordshire 946w, 2631-2w

    Probation, Hostels 783w

    Probation, South East region 2632-3w

    Probation, Standards 946w

    Probation officers 1099-106w

    Probation officers, Resignations 1508-9w

    Prosecutions 520-1w

    Prosecutions, Standards 1217w

    Prostitution 1226-7w

    Public protection panels 545w

    Pupils, Intimidation 1232w

    Rape, Trials 947-8w

    Regional Offender Managers, Expenditure 2599-600w

    Regional offender managers, Standards 1490-1w

    Reoffenders 2217w, 2636w

    Robbery, Money 2552w

    Rye Hill Prison 1096-7w

    Secure accommodation, Young offenders 2662w

    Secure training centres, Accidents 789-91w, 1786-8w

    Secure training centres, Contracts 788-90w

    Secure training centres, Costs 1227-8w

    Sentencing 947-8w, 1107w, 1787w, 1789w

    Sentencing, Standards 784w

    Sexual offences, Victim support schemes 1624-6w

    Sexual Offences Act 2003, Prosecutions 1623w

    Superstition, Children 1605w

    Trials, Evidence 1227w

    Victim support schemes 2653w

    Witnesses 1524w

    Witnesses, Protection 1514-6w

    Wymott Prison 1096w

    Young offender institutions 1110w

    Young offender institutions, Education 1230-1w

    Young offender institutions, Sports 1109-10w

    Young offenders 549-50w, 790w, 1229-30w

    Young offenders, Arrests 1216-7w

    Young offenders, Custodial treatment 2201w

    Young offenders, Housing 1232w

    Young offenders, Mentally ill 1489w

    Young offenders, Reoffenders 1176w, 1489w

    Young offenders, Secure accommodation 1092w

    Zardad, Faryadi 2582w

    Embassies 185w, 1179w

    Overseas aid 27w

    Northern Ireland 1112w, 1203w
Magistrates' courts


    Closures 1300-4w

    Greater London 1222-3w
"Magistrates' Courts Business Returns Report 2004/05"

"Magistrates' Courts Service Inspectorate Report 2004/05"

Magnetic resonance imagers


    Alliance Medical 202w, 342w, 583-4w, 2178-81w, 2705w, 2781w, 2836-8w

    Durham 583w, 1908w

    Edgware Hospital 454w

    Greater London 584w

    Private sector 684-6

    Waiting lists 455-6w
Maguire, Thomas

Maharaj, Krishna

    1252 Mahmood, Mr Khalid

                  Chamber Debates

    Olympic Games (06.07.2005) 414-5


    Religious hatred 1250
Maiden speeches

    Vara, Shailesh (20.07.2005) 1347-9 Main, Anne

                  Chamber Debates

    Local government finance (04.07.2005) 36, 44, 74


    Air pollution, St Albans 1711-2w

    Alcoholic drinks, Misuse 2666w

    Children, Maintenance 1267w, 2001w

    Dental services 2157w, 2693-4w

    Dental services, St Albans 1460w

    Disability living allowance, Forms 2008-9w

    Drug treatment and testing orders 949-50w

    Drugs, Hertfordshire 1217-8w

    Drugs, Rehabilitation 127w, 1089-91w, 1485w, 1608w, 2572-4w

    East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust, Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus 455w

    Hospitals, Infectious diseases 1189-90w

    Information and communications technology, Dept for Work and Pensions 1071

    Licensed premises, Fees and charges 2292-3w

    NHS, Finance 583w

    Olympic Games, Greater London 2075w

    Pollution control, Hertfordshire 1711w

    Probation, Hertfordshire 946w, 2631-2w

    Prosthetics, Standardisation 1677w

    Public transport, Hertfordshire 1799w

    Pupils, Assessments 1233w

    Reoffenders, Hertfordshire 2559w

    St Pancras Station 1000w

    St Pancras Station, Thameslink railway line 603w

    Secondary education, Public participation 1578w

    Traffic lights 1792-3w

    Water supply, St Albans 1716w

    West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust, Finance 457w

    Children 103-6ws, 268w, 483w, 1265-8w, 1632-4w, 1994-5w, 2000-3w, 2026-7w, 2494-5w, 2497-500w, 2503-4w

    Sittingbourne 2498w

    Genetically modified organisms 354w, 1169-70w

    Inland Revenue 2408w

    State retirement pensions 1822w

    Welfare tax credits 2407-10w


    Disease control 352-3w, 1044-5w, 1850-2w

    Hampshire 729-30w

    Deportation 779w, 2548w

    Disease control 266w, 1852-4w

    Overseas aid 1854-5w

    Hospitals 734-5w

    Social security benefits 78ws
Maldon and South Chelmsford Primary Care Trust

    Dental services 1457-8w

    Finance 731w

    Retirement 2396-7w Malik, Shahid


    Hospitals, Waiting lists 689-90

    Northern Ireland government 1072w

    Terrorism, Greater London 828 Malins, Mr Humfrey

                  Chamber Debates

    Immigration Asylum and Nationality Bill, 2R (05.07.2005) 258-64, 268

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Asylum, Zimbabwe (20.07.2005) 451-4wh, 457wh

    West Mercia Police (06.07.2005) 120-1wh


    Airguns, Crime 501w

    Airguns, Prosecutions 369w

    Antisocial behaviour orders 110-1w

    Antisocial behaviour orders, Licensed premises 908w

    Asylum 374-5w

    Asylum, Death 1473w

    Asylum, France 113w

    Community service orders, Enforcement 2185w

    Crime, Alcoholic drinks 378-9w

    Domestic violence 383w

    Immigration controls, EC countries 129w

    Members, Correspondence 124w

    Offensive weapons, Prosecutions 393-4w, 761-2w

    Prisons, Education 2199w

    Prisons, Sports 1098w

    Prosecutions 520-1w

    Public Order Act 1986, Prosecutions 399-400w

    Work permits 2219-20w

    Work permits, Bangladesh 1622-3w

    Written questions, Administrative delays 1223w

    Young offender institutions, Education 1230-1w

    Young offender institutions, Sports 1109-10w Mallaber, Judy

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    NHS Logistics Authority (05.07.2005) 1-6wh, 9wh, 11wh, 13-4wh, 17wh


    Energy, Conservation 444

    Medical examinations, Amber Valley 681-2w

    NHS Logistics Authority 738-9w

    NHS Purchasing and Supply Agency 739-40w


    Females 2257-8w Mann, John


    Apprentices 2328-9w

    Entry to employment programme 155w

    Industrial diseases, Compensation 51w, 56w, 171-2w, 703-6w, 1344-6w, 1741-3w, 1931w

    Industrial diseases, Medical examinations 1344-5w

    School fruit and vegetable scheme 1145w
Manning, David

Manufacturing industries


    Employment 1388-90

    North West region 56-7w

    Northamptonshire 2259w

    Northern Ireland 2479w

    Prescription drugs 1885w

    Redundancy 2815w

    Regulation 1741w

    Stoke on Trent 1921w

    Wales 1941-2w

    Yorkshire and Humberside 1921w Maples, Mr John


    Manning, David 187w

    Official engagements, Prime Minister 35w

    Environmental stewardship scheme 1520w
Marine animals

    Noise 245-6w, 650-1w

    Oil 1695w
Maritime and Coastguard Agency


    Pets 253w
Married people

    Entry clearances 2187w Marris, Rob

                  Chamber Debates

    Finance Bill, Rep and 3R (06.07.2005) 389

    Licensing Act 2003 (12.07.2005) 760-1

    Regulation (04.07.2005) 101, 105, 109-10, 114

    Welfare tax credits (12.07.2005) 705, 709, 713-4, 738, 750


    Electoral register 163-4 Marsden, Mr Gordon


    Absent voting 65w

    Adult education, Finance 830-1w

    Data protection, Members 236w

    EC external trade 284w

    In vitro fertilisation 1136w

    Pupils, Migration 1236-7w

    Regeneration, Blackpool 296-7

    Trade agreements, Agriculture 55w

    World War II, Anniversaries 38w Marshall, Mr David

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Exservicemen, Government assistance (13.07.2005) 258wh


    Armed forces, Fiji 1315w

    Demonstrations, Edinburgh 155-6 Martlew, Mr Eric

                  Chamber Debates

    Welfare tax credits (12.07.2005) 739
Mass media

    Literacy 2077w, 2352w
Maternity benefits

    72w, 2020w
Maternity leave

Maternity pay

    681w, 2019-20w

    Scotland 2019-20w
Maternity services

    1185w, 2856w

    Milton Keynes Hospital 2742w

    Nepal 2232-3w

    Northwick Park Hospital 2766-8w

    Statistics 2169w Mates, Rt Hon Michael


    Aerials, Planning permission 558-9w

    Assessments 2057-8w

    GCE A level 164-5w, 842w, 1723w

    General certificate of secondary education 164-5w, 841-2w

    Graduates 2058w

    Higher education 842-3w

    Overseas students 2349-50w

    Southend on Sea 2350w

    Standards 1034-5w, 2348-50w

    Student numbers 2351-2w

    Teachers 164w, 272w, 2058w Maude, Rt Hon Francis


    Doctors, Manpower 721w

    Education, Finance 2051-5w

    Environment protection, Capital investment 2323w

    NHS, Finance 2852-3w

    NHS, Manpower 1467w

    Police, Finance 2612w

    Primary care trusts, Per capita costs 744-5w

    School choice 1018w

    Schools, Admissions 1408-18w

    Teachers, Manpower 174-6w

    Transport, Finance 2137w May, Mrs Theresa

                  Chamber Debates

    Business motions (19.07.2005) 1115-6

    Crossrail Bill, 2R (19.07.2005) 1132, 1161-4, 1206, 1212

    Licensing Act 2003 (12.07.2005) 759-67, 769, 772

    London Olympics Bill, 2R (21.07.2005) 1442-8, 1455, 1505

    Olympic Games (06.07.2005) 405-6


    Adoption 2323w

    Advisory bodies, Dept for Transport 1048-9w

    Air misses, Berkshire 2413-4w

    Beta-interferon 2679w

    Child care vouchers 431-2w

    Children in care 1035w, 1401-2w, 2347-8w

    HIV infection, Screening 1672w

    Hyperactivity 573-5w

    India, Entry clearances 665w

    Kidnapping, Children 2245-6w

    Licensing Act 2003 547

    Offenders, Children in care 1097w

    Sexually transmitted diseases 363-4w

    Sports, Young people 552

    Standards Board for England 15w

    Teachers, Pay 2337-9w
Mayor of London

    Planning permission 561-2w Meacher, Rt Hon Michael

                  Chamber Debates

    Group of Eight (11.07.2005) 589


    Animal feed, EC law 2028-9w

    Armed forces, Iran 1541w

    Bus services, Concessions 24-5w

    Business 1307w

    Councillors 1449-50w

    Genetically modified organisms, Animal feed 1281w, 1960-1w

    Genetically modified organisms, Contamination 2068w

    Genetically modified organisms, Maize 1169-70w

    Housing, Public appointments 2454w

    Information and communications technology, Cabinet Office 2798-9w

    Information and communications technology, Dept for Education and Skills 2810w

    Information and communications technology, Dept of Health 2842w

    NHS, Public appointments 2853w

    Public appointments, Dept for Education and Skills 2328w

    Royal prerogative 35w

    Trams, Concessions 1000w Meale, Mr Alan

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Horse racing, Betting (06.07.2005) 97wh


    Mines Rescue Service 463-4w

    Mines Rescue Services 2260-2w
Means tested benefits

    Pensions 624-5w

    EC law 285-6w
Measurement Advisory Committee

"Meat Hygiene Service Annual Report and Accounts,2004/05"

Medical Appeal Tribunal


    Witnesses 2820w
Medical equipment

    Accidents 447w, 731-2w

    Contracts 344w

    Emergencies 1461w

    Home care services 976-7w

    Safety 981w
Medical examinations

    Amber Valley 681-2w

    Industrial diseases 1344-5w

    Social security benefits 1642-3w, 1817-9w
Medical records

    Disclosure of information 733w

    Information and communications technology 970w
Medical Research Council

    Consultants 1931w
Medical treatments

    Alzheimer's disease 1889w

    Anaemia 1455w

    Asthma 2675w

    Bone marrow disorders 972w, 1983w

    Cancer 448w, 733w, 742-3w

    Finance 2863w

    Haemophilia 1463-4w

    Hepatitis (11.07.2005) 672-80

    Lung cancer 2739w

    Mesothelioma 2666-7w, 2856-7w

    Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus 981w

    Osteoporosis 1912w

    Prostate cancer 745-7w

    Psoriasis 747w
Medical treatments abroad


    Education 732w, 2166-7w, 2740w
Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency

    1308w, 1674w
Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency Trading Fund (Amendment) Order 2005

                  Chamber Debates

    (20.07.2005) 1326

    Correspondence 52w, 81w, 107ws, 124w, 181w, 232w, 275w, 324w, 407w, 515w, 760w, 823w, 835w, 851w, 870w, 1178w, 1207w, 1216w, 1337-8w, 1369w, 1447w, 1479-80w, 1493w, 1699w, 1736w, 1834-5w, 1924w, 1933-4w, 1954w, 2002w, 2556-7w, 2774w, 2865w, 2871w, 2874w

    Data protection 236w

    Dept for Education and Skills 1723-4w

    Offices 167-8

    Pay 12ws, 1527w

    Stationery 1989-90w

    Taxation 2035-6w

    see Males


    Gambia 685w
Mental Health Bill (Draft)

                  Written Statements



Mental Health (Care and Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003 (Consequential Provisions) Order 2005

                  Chamber Debates

    (19.07.2005) 1121-223
Mental health services


    Elderly 359w, 983w, 1137w, 1907w, 2740-1w

    Equal opportunities 223-5w, 1467w, 2741w, 2856w

    Greater London (19.07.2005) 416-25wh

    Lancashire 2741w

    Northern Ireland 1982w

    Southend on Sea 732-3w

    Waiting lists 1982w

    Yorkshire and Humberside 1137w

    Young people 1193-5w
Mentally disturbed offenders

    Arrests 2543w

    Crimes of violence 2187w

    Custodial treatment 2596w

    Sexual offences 2187w
Mentally ill

    Armed forces 2117w

    Arrests 1495-6w

    Drugs 716-7w

    Pathways to work 1059-61

    Police 2609w

    Prescriptions 202-3w

    Tenants 1430-1w

    Young offenders 1489w
Mentally incapacitated


    Advocacy 2170-1w

    1550w Mercer, Patrick


    Afghanistan, Peace keeping operations 41w

    Influenza, Disease control 579-80w

    Influenza, Vaccination 351-2w

    Iraq, Politics and government 36w

    Northern Ireland 338w

    Primary care trusts 743w, 745w

    Schools 2369w

    Ambulance services 1908w

    Housing 316w

    Health services 1135w, 2722w

    Medical treatments 2666-7w, 2856-7w
Meteorological Office

    658w, 2117-8w

    Aberdeen (12.07.2005) 809-16

    Exeter 476-7w

    Finance 477w

    Standards 27-8ws

    Energy supply 1744w

    Water 430w

    Wessex Water 1716w


    Black economy 776w

    Misuse 2857w

    Electricity 284w

    Energy supply 1281-2w
Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus

    456w, 2742w

    Disease control 575w

    East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust 455w

    Essex 1195w

    Greater London 2743w

    Medical treatments 981w

    Milton Keynes 2742w

    West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust 455w
Metropolitan Police

    Compensation 534-5w

    Conditions of employment 777w

    Finance 540w

    Manpower 395-6w, 1493w, 2607-8w

    Proceeds of crime 505w

    Racial discrimination 538-9w

    Standards 776-7w

    Vehicles 2620-1w
Metropolitan Police Special Branch

    Languages 2639-40w