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Michael, Rt Hon Alun, Minister of State, Dept for Trade and Industry

                  Written Statements

    Company law, Reform 100ws

    Construction, Sustainable development 18ws

    EU Transport Telecommunications and Energy Council 32-4ws

    Regional development agencies, Annual reports 164ws


    Advantage West Midlands, Expenditure 591w

    Agricultural shows, Lancashire 1350-1w, 1574w

    Arms trade, Exports 1335-6w

    Army, Uniforms 701w, 855w

    Broadband, East Sussex 852w

    Business, Chorley 1575w

    Business, Social costs 461w

    Companies, Ethics 51-2w

    Construction 1922w

    Defence equipment 52w

    EC grants and loans, North East region 1924w

    Email, Dept of Trade and Industry 1746w

    Footwear, Northamptonshire 1181-2w

    Internet, Worcester 54-5w

    Job creation, North East region 2259w

    Manufacturing industries 1343w

    Manufacturing industries, Employment 1388-90

    Manufacturing industries, North West region 56-7w

    Manufacturing industries, Northamptonshire 2259w

    Manufacturing industries, Stoke on Trent 1921w

    Manufacturing industries, Yorkshire and Humberside 1921w

    Motor vehicles, Construction 1748w

    North West Development Agency 1347w

    Peninsula Power, Payments 1059w

    Procurement, Dept of Trade and Industry 1737-9w

    Public telephones 59w, 707w, 1182w

    Regeneration, West Midlands 48w

    Regional development agencies 1353w

    Regional development agencies, Offices 1744-6w

    Roads, Morecambe 1342w

    Telephone services, Fraud 1181w

    Telephone services, Regulation 1059-60w

    Telephones, Internet 1058w

    Textiles, Imports 467w

    Textiles, Scotland 1572w

    Tidal power 466w

    Unsolicited goods and services, Telephones 1932-3w
Mid Essex Hospital Services NHS Trust

    Private finance initiative 2171-2w
Middle East

    Armed conflict 1775-6w, 2435-6w

    Nuclear weapons 878w, 1779w

    Overseas aid 471-2w, 2104w

    Peace keeping operations 41w

    Peace negotiations 1371-3w, 1375w, 1546w, 2102w

    Violence 2435w
Middle Littleton

    Planning permission 1260w

    Burglary 380w

    Crime 2560-1w

    Crimes of violence 380w


    Digital broadcasting 2291w

    Minimum wage 2261w

    Television 2083-4w
Migrant workers

    Work permits 1478w

    Pupils 1236-7w Miliband, Rt Hon David, Minister of Communities and Local Government, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister

                  Chamber Debates

    Local government finance (04.07.2005) 30-8


    Housing 405w

    Local government, Reform 289-90 Miliband, Edward

                  Chamber Debates

    Immigration Asylum and Nationality Bill, 2R (05.07.2005) 200, 205-8, 235, 242-3, 245-6

    Welfare tax credits (12.07.2005) 704, 732, 742-5

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Young people (06.07.2005) 136-7wh
Military afloat reach and sustainability programme

    113ws, 2119w
Military aid


    Nepal 330-1w
Military aircraft

    see also Low flying

    1083w, 1749w, 2125-6w

    Iraq 1252w, 2280-2w

    Noise 84ws

    RAF Marham 863-4w

    Stealth technology 475-6w
Military bands

Military bases

    1320w, 2796-8w

    Chorley 1541w

    Dean Hill 1528-9w

    Northern Ireland 1079-80w, 1252-3w

    Scotland 2286-8w
Military decorations


    Army 259-60w

    Iraq 2794w
Military law


    Prices 2305w

    Primary education 1522w

    Retail trade 1964w
Millennium Dome

    Parking 1261w Miller, Mr Andrew

                  Chamber Debates

    Regulation (04.07.2005) 92


    Business questions 453

    Information and communications technology, Dept for Work and Pensions 1072

    Political systems 1102-3 Miller, Maria

                  Chamber Debates

    London Olympics Bill, 2R (21.07.2005) 1477-9

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Housing, Basingstoke (13.07.2005) 309-13wh, 315wh Milton, Anne

                  Chamber Debates

    Local government finance (04.07.2005) 63-4


    Agriculture, Subsidies 1957-8w

    Alcohol disorder zones 2595-6w

    Detection rates, Surrey 2562-4w

    Gambling Act 2005, Orders and regulations 1555w

    Gaming clubs, Licensing 1561w

    General practitioners 2163w

    Group of Eight, Gleneagles 183w, 529-30w

    Licensing laws 1555-6w

    Local broadcasting, Radio 1555w

    Local child curfew schemes, Surrey 2184-6w

    Local government executive, Referendums 1446w

    NHS Professionals 582w

    Registration of births deaths marriages and civil partnerships 887w

    Sudan, Peace keeping operations 1097-8

    Surrey Police 2609-10w
Milton Keynes

    Alcoholic drinks 2028w

    Antisocial behaviour orders 1088-9w, 2541w

    Apprentices 1235w

    Classroom assistants 2053-4w

    Consultation papers 2458w

    Crime 2538w

    Crime prevention 2565w

    Dental services 451-3w, 2698w

    English Partnerships 2086w

    General practitioners 1672-3w, 2720w

    Home education 1727w

    Homelessness 2457w

    Housing 2454w

    Labour market 2411-2w

    Local government finance 2458w

    Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus 2742w

    Police 2197-8w

    Pupils 1727-8w, 2053w

    Regional planning and development 1442w, 2096-7w

    Renewable energy 2269w

    Roads 406w, 1801-2w

    Schools 1394w, 2065w, 2361w

    Social services 1126w

    Teachers 2053-4w

    Unemployment 2412w

    Winter fuel payments 1824-5w
Milton Keynes General NHS Trust

    Crimes of violence 2754w
Milton Keynes Hospital

    Accident and emergency departments 2665w

    Maternity services 2742w

    Musculoskeletal disorders 2781w
Milton Keynes Primary Care Trust

    Finance 2777w

    Hip replacements 1673-4w
Mineral water


    Planning 122ws
Mines Rescue Service

    463-4w, 1390-1
Mines Rescue Services


    Unmanned marine vehicles 1081w
Minimum wage

    Enforcement 2393w

    Females 1921w

    Midlothian 2261w

    National insurance contributions 91w

    Renfrewshire 2261w

    Pensions 1743w
Ministerial duties

    Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1028w

    Prime Minister 34w
Ministerial policy advisors


    Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 323w

    Dept for Culture Media and Sport 33-4w

    Dept for Education and Skills 2371w

    Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 1969w

    Dept for International Development 685w

    Dept for Transport 1056w

    Dept of Health 2867w

    Dept of Trade and Industry 1746w

    Foreign and Commonwealth Office 187w

    Leader of the House of Commons 405w

    Ministry of Defence 2123w

    Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 318w

    Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1028w

    Prime Minister 36w

    Scotland Office 1525w

    Treasury 2400w
Ministerial statements

    Group of Eight (11.07.2005) 580-96

    Olympic Games (06.07.2005) 404-18

    Terrorism (07.07.2005) 465-70, (11.07.2005) 565-79, (20.07.2005) 1253-72

    Transport (05.07.2005) 171-83

    Aviation 16w, 994w

    Codes of practice 161ws

    Official gifts 156ws

    Taxation 693-4w

    Visits abroad 124ws
Ministry of Defence

    Advertising 1751-2w

    Asbestos 2110w

    BAE Systems 1310-2w

    Computers 40w

    Conferences 657w

    Consultants 1075w, 1753w, 2115-6w

    Correspondence 656-7w, 2111w

    Equal opportunities 2113w

    Facilities 2112w, 2277-8w

    Fraud 1076w

    Freedom of information 2113w

    Gibraltar 40-1w, 2283w

    Group 4 Securitas 2279-80w

    Identity cards 1317w

    Land 2112w

    Manpower 1313-4w

    McKinsey and Company 2116w

    Ministerial policy advisors 2123w

    New members 2112w

    Official residences 658w

    Private finance initiative 2283-5w

    Public expenditure 1331w, 1530w

    Public private partnerships 2283-5w

    Public relations 2794w

    Radioactive wastes 253w

    Redundancy 2112w

    Secondment 39-40w

    Sick leave 1539-40w

    Taxis 1540-1w

    Wines 1076w

    Written questions 1082w
Ministry of Defence Medal Office

    1080w, 1252w

    Culture 552-3
Miscarriages of justice

    Costs 777-8w

    Diplomatic service 2425w

    Endowment mortgages 1065-6w, 1936w

    Financial services 1063-4w

    Mortgages 89w
Missing persons

    Children 165-6w, 778w, 783-4w, 1402-3w

    Greater London 2597w

    Alcoholic drinks 710-3w, 715w, 886w, 1658-60w, 1886-90w, 2559w, 2666w

    Drugs 127-8w, 516w, 1467-8w, 2192-4w, 2378-9w, 2576w

    Methadone 2857w

    Solvents 366-8w Mitchell, Mr Andrew

                  Chamber Debates

    Group of Eight (11.07.2005) 591


    Malawi, Disease control 266w, 1852-4w

    Physiotherapy 359w Mitchell, Mr Austin

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Horsley, Howard (20.07.2005) 489-92wh, 495wh


    Air pollution 1200w

    Air pollution, Warnings 957-8w

    Arms length management organisations 2440-2w

    Asylum, Appeals 1214-5w

    Asylum, Human rights 758-9w

    Bovine tuberculosis, Compensation 413-4w

    Bovine tuberculosis, Disease control 414w

    Children, Cycling 2339-40w

    Community Housing Task Force 794w

    Conditions of employment 232w

    Consultants, Cabinet Office 2243w

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

    Consultants, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1602-3w, 1937w

    Consultants, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 1557w, 2076w

    Consultants, Dept for Education and Skills 2057w, 2347-8w

    Consultants, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 1961-3w

    Consultants, Dept for International Development 2231-2w

    Consultants, Dept for Transport 2128w, 2420-1w, 2873w, 2880w

    Consultants, Dept for Work and Pensions 1806-8w, 2019w, 2519w

    Consultants, Dept of Health 2739-40w, 2855-6w

    Consultants, Dept of Trade and Industry 1735-6w, 2256w

    Consultants, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 1372w, 1552-3w, 2427w, 2434-5w

    Consultants, Home Office 2195w

    Consultants, Leader of the House of Commons 1717w

    Consultants, Ministry of Defence 1753w, 2115-6w

    Consultants, Northern Ireland Office 2484-5w

    Consultants, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1765-6w, 2093w

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

    Consultants, Treasury 2384w

    Council housing 967w, 2444w

    Council housing, Property transfer 794-5w, 969w, 1429-30w, 2450w

    Council housing, Waiting lists 1429w

    Cycleways 2417-8w

    Cycling, Mountains 2070w

    Dental services 2699w

    Dental services, Resignations 2699w

    Deportation 1214w

    Double taxation 81w

    Drugs and Crime Fund 2100w

    Fisheries 441-2

    Fisheries, Advisory bodies 2314w

    Health, EC action 2711w

    Homelessness 1429w

    Housing, Consultants 2450w

    Housing, Local authorities 2463-4w

    Housing, Low incomes 2464w

    Housing, Standards 962-3w, 2452w

    Housing benefit 860w, 1817w

    Housing benefit, Costs 2822w

    Housing revenue accounts, Yorkshire and Humberside 2450-2w

    Lone parents, Employment 2518-9w

    Middle East, Peace negotiations 2102w

    National insurance contributions, Minimum wage 91w

    New deal schemes, Grimsby 2826-7w

    NHS, Debts 985-7w

    Pakistan, Religious freedom 869-70w

    Pensions, Property 897-8w

    Pollution, Fines 1965-6w

    Prisoners, Suicide 2626-7w

    Prisoners of war 1082-3w

    Prisoners of war, Compensation 1531-2w, 1753w

    Proof of identity, Biometrics 122-3w

    Schools, Playing fields 2361w

    Secondment, Treasury 76w

    Social rented housing 1262-3w, 2463w

    Social rented housing, Finance 2465w

    Social rented housing, Property transfer 1432w

    Social rented housing, Standards 2450w

    Social rented housing, Task forces 2464w

    Social rented housing, Tenants 2466w

    State retirement pensions 279w

    Tax allowances, Companies 104-5w

    Tax avoidance 436w, 620w

    Tax avoidance, Judgements 1065w

    Taxation 104w, 280w

    Taxation, Jersey 88w

    Taxation, Pensions 1693-4w

    VAT 106w

    VAT, Tesco 438-9w

    Young offenders, Housing 1232w
MMR vaccine


    Northern Ireland 1387-8w
Mobile phone masts

    see Aerials

Mobile phones

    see Cellular phones

Mobile Telephones (Re-programming) Act 2002


    Prosecutions 2559w Moffat, Anne


    Business questions 1421-2

    Energy supply 1386-7 Moffatt, Laura

                  Chamber Debates

    London Olympics Bill, 2R (21.07.2005) 1479-81


    Discrimination, Gender 1399

    Haemophilia, Medical treatments 1463-4w

    British Council 486w Mole, Mr Chris

                  Chamber Debates

    Licensing Act 2003 (12.07.2005) 776


    Robbery 2552-3w
Money laundering

    1690-1w, 2031w
"Monitor Annual Report and Accounts 2004/05"

    49ws Moon, Madeleine

                  Chamber Debates

    Defence (07.07.2005) 477


    Antisocial behaviour, Wales 1235

    Care homes, Training 1199-200w

    Electoral systems 162

    Manufacturing industries, Employment 1388-9 Moore, Mr Michael

                  Chamber Debates

    Defence (07.07.2005) 499-504


    Armed forces, Manpower 1750-1w

    Armed forces, Resignations 1085w, 1755-60w

    Armed forces, Surveys 43w

    Army, Military decorations 259-60w

    Army, Resignations 658-9w

    Defence, Procurement 261-2w

    Digital broadcasting, Borders region 634w

    Future offensive aircraft 861w

    Iraq, Peace keeping operations 37w, 261w

    Peace keeping operations, Sudan 9

    Trident 2120w Moran, Margaret

                  Chamber Debates

    Terrorism (20.07.2005) 1265-6


    Housing, Low incomes 1425-8w

    Pensions, Females 1359w Morden, Jessica


    Antisocial behaviour, Motorcycles 2597w

    Child tax credit, Newport Gwent 1700w

    Community support officers, Newport Gwent 1494-5w

    Pension credit, Newport Gwent 2032-3w

    Physiotherapy, Training 2866w

    Police, Newport Gwent 1495w

    Dental services 2693w

    English Partnerships 964w

    Regeneration 968w

    Roads 1342w Morgan, Julie


    Business questions 456-7, 975

    Eyesight, Testing 1470w

    Homosexuality, Discrimination 851-2w

    Jobseeker's allowance, Older workers 1273-4w

    Pension credit, Cardiff 626w

    Social security benefits, Pensioners 1276-7w

    State retirement pensions 1278w

    Travelling people 1437-8w

    Travelling people, Caravan sites 1770w

    Travelling people, Essex 1436-7w Morley, Mr Elliot, Minister of State for the Environment, Dept of Environment Food and Rural Affairs

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Common sugar regime (12.07.2005) 205-8wh

    Sustainable development (07.07.2005) 141-8wh, 153-4wh, 160wh, 180-6wh

                  Written Statements

    Energy, Conservation 139-40ws

    Floods, Carlisle 37-8ws

    "Pesticides Safety Directorate Annual Report and Accounts, 2004/05" 62ws


    Air pollution 2830-1w

    Air pollution, Aviation 1709-10w

    Air pollution, Transport 1708-9w

    Biofuels 952w, 1955-6w

    Biofuels, Tax allowances 1707w

    Carbon dioxide, Air pollution 244-5w, 952-3w, 1951-2w

    Carbon dioxide, Pollution control 1291-2w

    Chemicals, EC law 1712-3w

    Climate change 445-6, 2302-3w

    Climate change, EC countries 446

    Climate change, Education 2829w

    Climate change, Research 1153-4w

    Community energy programme 1954w

    Emissions trading scheme 854w

    Emissions trading scheme, Administration 248-9w

    Emissions trading scheme, Aviation 248-9w

    Energy, Conservation 4w, 255w, 443-5

    Environment, Crime 1961w

    Environment protection, EC internal trade 2310w

    Environment protection, Regulation 438-40

    Exhaust emissions, Pollution control 2306-7w

    Fats, Waste disposal 1160w

    Floods, Canvey Island 5-6w

    Floods, Greater London 1960w

    Floods, Housing 5-6w

    Floods, North Yorkshire 250w, 417-8w, 435-6

    Floods, Reading Berkshire 1959-60w

    Floods, Thirsk 414-7w

    Genetically modified organisms, Animal feed 1281w

    Genetically modified organisms, Crops 427-8w, 1710-1w

    Genetically modified organisms, EC action 252w

    Hazardous substances, Cancer 1961w

    Home energy efficiency scheme 1517w

    Home energy efficiency scheme, Standards 1715-6w

    Methane, Energy supply 1281-2w

    Oil, Pollution control 957w

    Pesticides 2313w

    Pesticides, Pollution control 1965w

    Radioactive materials, Storage 428w

    Radioactive wastes 440-1

    Radioactive wastes, Ministry of Defence 253w

    Radioactive wastes, Waste management 429w

    Rain forests, Environment protection 1283-6w

    River Thames, Water treatment 6w

    Rivers, Lancashire 1711w

    Rodents, Greater London 254w

    Severn Trent Water, Inquiries 1713w

    Sewage, Agriculture 1714w

    Sewage, Waste disposal 1713-4w

    Sewers, Rodents 7-9w

    Sustainable development, Government departments 1714-5w

    Sustainable Procurement Task Force 1715w, 2443w

    Sustainable Procurement Task Force, Public appointments 1765w

    Thames flood barrier 12w

    UN Environment Programme 1715w

    Waste management, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 2319-20w

    Water, Meters 430w

    Water, Shortages 1288-9w

    Water abstraction 1521w

    Water abstraction, Licensing 1716w

    Water charges 428w, 1971w

    Water charges, South West region 2321-3w

    Water supply, Greater London 12-3w

    Water supply, St Albans 1716w

    Water treatment, EC law 1287-8w

    WaterVoice, South West region 2312w

    Wessex Water, Meters 1716w

    Wood, Smuggling 2309-10w

    Yorkshire Water, Sewers 430-1w

    Political prisoners 486w

    Misrepresentation 89w Moss, Mr Malcolm

                  Chamber Debates

    Licensing Act 2003 (12.07.2005) 798-801

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Common sugar regime (12.07.2005) 199-201wh


    Licensed premises 1046-7w

    Licensing Act 2003 550, 639w

    Licensing Act 2003, Commencement orders 1364w

    Sports, Clubs 552w
Mother and baby units

    Essex 2676-8w

    Prisons 1092-3w
Motor sports

    Saltburn (19.07.2005) 409-15wh
Motor vehicles


    Construction 1748w

    Excise duties 604-5w, 678w, 1702w, 2307w, 2425w, 2551-2w, 2650-4w

    Fires 411-2w

    Noise 645w, 1798w, 2127w

    Petrol alternatives 606-8w, 999w

    Public footpaths 2184w

    Registration 547w, 613w, 787w, 1001w, 1056-7w, 1166w

    Testing 1297w

    Theft 546w

    Antisocial behaviour (19.07.2005) 1226-34, 2597w

    Bus lanes 1792w

    Greater London 479w

    Parking 479w

    Road traffic control 968w

    Road traffic offences 601w, 909w
Motorway service areas


    Outdoor advertising 559w, 597w, 601-2w, 808w

    Ragwort 2881w

    Repairs and maintenance 1796-8w

    Road signs and markings 2422w

    Cycling 2070w Mountford, Kali

                  Chamber Debates

    Olympic Games (06.07.2005) 416


    Manufacturing industries, Yorkshire and Humberside 1921w