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Nalliah, Danny

    2196w
Nappies

    Environmental impact assessment 1282w

    Hygiene 1908-10w

    Recycling 1156w

    Waste disposal 955w, 1155-6w
National Archives

    Forgery 826w
National Assembly for Wales

    Civil servants 1945w

    Elections 632-3w, 1718w

    Electoral systems 293-4w

    Powers 1942-3w

    Regional members 1240-1
National Care Standards Commission

    2687-8w
National debt

    617-8w
National Farmers' Union

    Logos 1522w
National income

    1827-8w

    Wales 1718w
National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence

    226w, 984w, 1894w, 2763-6w
National insurance contributions

    1691w

    Caledonian MacBrayne 89-91w

    Carers 1632w

    Minimum wage 91w

    Rebates 1647w, 1821-2w

    Tax thresholds 1819w
National Insurance Fund

    85w
National Lottery

    2078-81w

    Disadvantaged 553-4

    Fraud 27ws

    Grants 636-7w, 1553-5w, 1558-9w, 2293w, 2069w

    Hertfordshire 1763w

    North East region 1558w

    Northern Ireland 1876-7w, 2483-4w

    Paisley 20769w
National Lottery Commission

    2079w
National Minimum Wage Regulations 1999 (Amendment) Regulations 2005

                  Chamber Debates

    (14.07.2005) 1042-3
National Offender Management Service

    910w, 1105w, 1490w, 1783-4w, 2872-4w

    Expenditure 2599w

    Manpower 2599w

    Procurement 2873w

    Public appointments 2598-9w
National Police Improvement Agency

    1614w
National Probation Directorate

    Qualifications 2214-5w

    Risk assessment 2195-6w
National savings

    2394w
"National Statistics Report 2004/05"

    35ws
National vocational qualifications

    Catering 1672w

    Engineering 272-3w
Nationality

    128w
NATO Parliamentary Assembly

    UK delegations 2436w
Natural gas

    Equatorial Guinea 1341-2w

    Pipelines 53w, 1346w

    Prices 2394-5w

    Storage 55w, 462-4w

    Taxation 1692w
Naturalisation

    120-1w, 123w, 785-6w, 2551w
Nature conservation

    415w

    Planning permission 118ws

    Smuggling 1955w

    Sonar 476w
Navigation

    Rivers 1967-8w
Navy

    Manpower 475w, 1320w, 1537w, 2116w

    Reorganisation 38w Naysmith, Dr Douglas

                  Chamber Debates

    Crossrail Bill, 2R (19.07.2005) 1133-4

                  Questions

    Obesity 1676w

    Patient choice schemes 695

    Slimming, Health services 1142w, 2769w
Nazi war crimes

    143-5w, 780-1w, 1785w
Negligence

    NHS 191-2w, 1894w, 2787w
Neighbourhood Renewal Fund

    122-4ws
Neighbourhood wardens

    Lancashire 2445w
Nepal

    Maternity services 2232-3w

    Military aid 330-1w

    Overseas aid 154-5ws
Nervous system

    Diseases 277-8w
Network Rail

    Standards 288w
Neurology

    2746-7w
New deal for disabled people

    103ws
New deal schemes

    2020-1w

    Employment 2522-4w

    Grimsby 2826-7w

    Per capita costs 2825-6w

    Scotland 2523-5w
New Forest

    Community hospitals (04.07.2005) 142-50
New Forest Primary Care Trust

    Finance 2748w

    Hospital beds 2172w
New members

    1281w

    Dept for Education and Skills 2353w

    Dept of Health 2702w

    Ministry of Defence 2112w
New Scotland Yard

    see Metropolitan Police
Newcastle brown ale

    566w
Newcastle disease

    Disease control 142-3ws, 1964-5w, 2313w
Newcastle upon Tyne

    Dentistry 212w

    Education maintenance allowance 2340w

    Housing 792-3w

    Poverty 560w

    Regeneration 559-60w Newmark, Brooks

                  Chamber Debates

    Finance Bill, Rep and 3R (06.07.2005) 317, 367

    Regulation (04.07.2005) 99, 123-4
Newport Gwent

    Child tax credit 1700w

    Community support officers 1494-5w

    Pension credit 2032-3w

    Police 1495w

    United Kingdom Passport Service 139w

    Working tax credit 1700w
Newspaper press

    Distributive trade 1743w
Newtown Powys

    Dept for Work and Pensions 1819-20w
NHS

    1200w, 2780w

    Annual reports 65-6ws

    Charitable donations 2172w

    Complaints 226-7w

    Contracts 2749w

    Crimes of violence 2173w, 2788w

    Debts 978w, 985-7w, 1464w

    Disciplinary proceedings 740w

    Disclosure of information 2177w

    Equal opportunities 720w

    Ethics 1139-42w, 1468-9w

    Expenditure 2853-4w

    Fees and charges 985w, 2149w

    Finance 583w, 686-9, 735w, 740w, 832, 1189w, 1195-8w, 2143w, 2167w, 2749w, 2763-4w, 2852-3w

    Foreign workers 1388w

    Fraud 2717-8w

    Identity cards 1190w

    Information and communications technology 718w, 2147-8w, 2170w, 2859w

    Labour turnover 355w

    Manpower 1467w

    Negligence 191-2w, 1894w, 2787w

    Offices 2167w

    Pensions 739w

    Per capita costs 978w

    Private patients 984w

    Private sector 360-1w, 2867w

    Procurement 2712-3w

    Public appointments 2853w

    Public bodies 2862-3w

    Public participation 991w, 1912-3w, 2774w

    Recruitment 682-4, 977w, 2178w

    Safety 2690w

    Sick leave 2173w, 2782w

    Sick pay 355w

    Standards 1189w, 1917w

    Wales (12.07.2005) 245-54wh
"NHS Appointments Commission Accounts 2004/05"

    149ws
NHS Bank

    Essex 1464w
NHS Direct

    355w, 581-2w, 735w, 984-5w, 2749-50w, 2845w, 2859-61w

    Dental services 2691w

    Health Direct 348w

    Standards 2862w
"NHS Estates Report and Accounts 2004/05"

    91ws
NHS foundation trusts

    6-8ws, 347w, 2715-7w
"NHS Litigation Authority Report and Accounts 2004/05"

    149ws
NHS Logistics Authority

    (05.07.2005) 1-23wh, 737-9w, 2750-4w

    Information and communications technology 737w
NHS Professionals

    582w, 710w, 740w, 2754w
NHS Purchasing and Supply Agency

    Information and communications technology 739-40w

"NHS Purchasing and Supply Agency Report and Accounts 2004/05"

    96ws
NHS treatment centres

    577w, 993w, 2868-9w

    Admissions 731-2w

    Essex 2863w

    Private sector 2854-5w

    Recruitment 227-8w, 2176-7w, 2729w

    Southend on Sea 2842-3w

    Standards 2174w
NHS trusts

    Lancashire 2733w
NHSU

    2745-6w
Niger

    Food 1859w

    Overseas aid 96-7ws
Nigeria

    Cameroon 185-6w

    Crime 1553w
Night clubs

    Amyl nitrite 2183w
Night flying

    Heathrow Airport 671-2w, 1164-5w, 2875-6w
Noise

    A38 595-6w

    Heathrow Airport 23w, 666w, 669w

    Helicopters 23w

    M1 595-6w, 671-2w

    Marine animals 245-6w, 650-1w

    Military aircraft 84ws

    Motor vehicles 645w, 1798w, 2127w
Non-departmental public bodies

    Costs 2838-9w

    Dept of Health 204w
Non-domestic rates

    2379w

    Income 2084-5w

    Small businesses 1428-9w

    Transitional arrangements 1254w

    Travelling people 1767w
Non-governmental organisations

    China 27w

    Consultants 905-6w
Non-ionizing radiation

    Skin cancer 748w, 1146-8w
Norfolk

    Social security benefits 80ws Norris, Dan

                  Questions

    Avon and Somerset Constabulary, Manpower 1493-4w

    Bovine tuberculosis, South West region 1948w

    Business questions 970-1

    Education maintenance allowance, South West region 2800-10w

    Hamas 1373-4w

    Hezbollah 1373w

    Influenza, Vaccination 1674w

    Iran, Nuclear power 1374w

    Middle East, Armed conflict 1775-6w

    Middle East, Overseas aid 2104w

    Middle East, Peace negotiations 1373w, 1375w

    Occupied territories, Poverty 1860-1w

    Occupied territories, Transport 1861w

    Offenders, Electronic tagging 2217w

    Palestinian Authority, Elections 1776w

    Palestinians, Politics and government 1374w, 1860w

    Pre-school education, Somerset 1589-92w

    Wessex Water, Meters 1716w
North East region

    EC grants and loans 1924w

    Job creation 2259w

    Jobcentre Plus 2824-6w

    Local government 1545w

    National Lottery 1558w

    Regional government 2461w

    Sure start programme 1596-9w
North Korea

    Food 1375w
North Sea

    White fish 2309w
North Sea oil

    Taxation 1691-2w
North West Development Agency

    1347w
North West region

    Bovine tuberculosis 1950w

    Fire services 1255-6w

    Manufacturing industries 56-7w

    Roads 1050w

    Transport 667w
North Yorkshire

    Bellwin scheme 408-9w

    Churches 564

    Floods 34w, 250w, 417-8w, 435-6

    Special educational needs 2371w
Northamptonshire

    A14 1545-6w

    Community development 1544-5w

    Footwear 1181-2w

    Infrastructure 2096w

    Manufacturing industries 2259w

    Secondary education 1732w
Northamptonshire Police

    Civilians 1495w

    Finance 300-1, 781w, 1091-2w, 1497-8w

    Special constables 1495w
Northern Cyprus

    181-2w
Northern Ireland

    Abandoned vehicles 811-2w

    Accident and emergency departments 1977-8w

    Adult education 190-1w

    Aerials 2490w

    After school clubs 1564w

    Agriculture 2469w

    Alcoholic drinks 1391-2w

    Alcoholism 2469-70w

    Ambulance services 1876w

    Anaesthetics 1379w

    Antisocial behaviour orders 2470w

    Armed forces 1320-2w

    Army 2276-7w

    Arrests 1383w

    Asbestos 1380w, 2470-1w

    Assets Recovery Agency 1380-1w

    Asylum 1215w, 2183-4w

    Avian influenza 812-3w

    Baby care units 1985-6w

    Bone marrow disorders 1983w

    Bovine tuberculosis 813w

    Breast cancer 191-2w, 1379-80w

    Business 1567-8w

    Cancer 192w, 1869w, 1972w

    Care homes 191w, 1879w, 1987-8w

    Charities 334-5w

    Child Trust Fund 81w

    Childbirth 2485w

    Children 1382-5w, 1973w, 2472-3w

    Civil servants 1382w, 2473w

    Closed circuit television 1973w

    Common agricultural policy 813-4w

    Consultants 192w

    Corporal punishment 1881w

    Council housing 337w

    Crime 1072w, 1565-6w, 1972w

    Dementia 1383w, 1567w

    Demonstrations 199w

    Dental services 198-9w

    Detainees 2183-4w

    Devolution 817-21

    Disability living allowance 1870-2w

    Disabled 193w

    Domestic rates 2477w

    Domestic violence 1873w, 1974w

    Domestic wastes 201w

    Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency 18w

    Driving instruction 491-2w

    Driving offences 337-8w, 1568-70w, 1982-3w

    Driving tests 492w, 815-6w

    Drugs 201w, 1391-2w

    EC presidency 193w

    Education 1873w, 2477-8w

    Educational psychology 1873-4w

    Electoral register 1384w

    Electricity 193w, 817w, 2478w

    Emergency calls 1868w

    Emergency services 1874w

    Energy 1974-5w

    English language 1874-5w

    Epilepsy 2478-9w

    Equal opportunities 68-9ws, 1073w, 1204w

    Females 2485-6w

    Fire services 1975w

    Firearms 1568w, 1881w

    Fly tipping 1385-6w

    Foreign investment in UK 1386-8w

    Fuel poverty 817w

    Further education 194w

    Hare coursing 1387w

    Health services 191-2w, 1388w

    Hearing aids 1381w

    Hearing impaired 1869w

    Heart diseases 1659w, 1975w

    Homelessness 1976w

    Homosexuality 1976w

    Hospital beds 1867-8w, 1875-6w

    Hospitals 1875w, 1976-80w

    Housing 817w, 1881-2w, 2480w

    Housing benefit 336-7w, 492w

    Identity cards 865w

    Industrial health and safety 194-6w

    Insurance 1381-2w

    Jobcentres 2480-2w

    Junior doctors 1387w

    Legal aid 239w, 2246w

    Literacy 197-8w, 2469w

    Litter 865-6w

    Livestock 812w

    Local government finance 2482-4w

    Magistrates 1112w, 1203w

    Manufacturing industries 2479w

    Mental health services 1982w

    Mergers 338w

    Military bases 1079-80w, 1252-3w

    MMR vaccine 1387-8w

    National Lottery 1876-7w, 2483-4w

    Occupational therapy 1390-1w, 1883-4w

    Organised crime 1072w

    Overseas students 335-6w

    Paramedical staff 199w

    Passports 537w

    Pensioners 1569w

    Planning permission 335w, 338-9w, 1873w

    Police stations 1205-6w

    Population 1984-5w

    Post offices 1059w

    Proceeds of crime 1565w

    Public expenditure 1384w

    Public transport 1986w

    Pupil exclusions 497-8w, 1880-2w

    Pupils 339-40w, 1570w, 1988w, 2472w, 2486w

    Racially aggravated offences 1986-7w

    Rates and rating 199w

    Reading 817w

    Reparation by offenders 199-200w

    Rescue services 1982w

    School meals 339w

    Schools 498-9w, 818w, 1883w, 2479w, 2486w

    Secondary education 866-7w, 1565w, 1870w

    Sight impaired 200-1w

    Sign language 499-500w, 1570-1w

    Smoking 1389-90w

    Smuggling 2480w

    Special educational needs 1883w

    Speech therapy 1390-1w, 1883-4w

    State retirement pensions 1877-9w

    Taxis 1988-9w

    Teachers 340w, 819-20w, 2489-91w

    Terrorism 821-3, 1072-3w, 1252

    Tourism 820-1w

    Transfer procedure tests 1206-7w, 2468-9w

    Transplant surgery 198w

    Transport 1987w

    Tyres 2491w

    Unemployment 825, 1884-5w, 2491w

    Walls and fences 1564-5w

    Waste management 821w

    Water charges 1571w, 1885w, 1989w

    Weapons 1569-70w

    Welfare tax credits 621w
Northern Ireland Act 2000 (Modification) (No 2) Order 2005

                  Chamber Debates

    (19.07.2005) 1121-223
Northern Ireland Child Support Agency

    491w, 813w
Northern Ireland education and library boards

    Equal opportunities 815-6w

    Finance 815-6w
Northern Ireland Equality Commission

    Public appointments 69ws
Northern Ireland Executive Dept of Agriculture and Rural Development

    814-5w

    Manpower 1383w
Northern Ireland government

    823-4, 1072w, 2485w

    Freedom of information 193-4w
Northern Ireland Health and Social Services Estates Agency

    Standards 38-9ws
Northern Ireland Housing Executive

    Finance 1979w
Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission

Northern Ireland Office

    Advertising 1972w

    Consultants 2484-5w

    Correspondence 2474w

    Information officers 1206w

    Manpower 1567w

    Procurement 2475-6w

    Public participation 1869-70w

    Sick leave 2486-9w

    Stress 2476-7w

    Taxis 1073w

    Telephone services 2490-1w
Northern Ireland Parades Commission

    see Parades Commission
Northern Ireland Police Ombudsman

    see Police Ombudsman for Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland Police Service

    see Police Service of Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland Post-Primary Education Review Body

    see Post-Primary Education Review Body (Northern Ireland)
Northern Ireland Post-Primary Review Working Group

    see Post-Primary Review Working --Group
"Northern Ireland Prison Service Annual Report and Accounts, 2004/05"

    69-70ws
Northern Ireland Public Prosecution Service

    see Public Prosecution Service for Northern Ireland
Northern region

    Child Trust Fund 1328w

    Railways 1165w
Northumbria

    Acceptable behaviour contracts 2608w

    Antisocial behaviour orders 2470w
Northwick Park Hospital

    Maternity services 2766-8w
Norway

    Whales 430w
Nottinghamshire

    Industrial diseases 1929-30w
Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty

    1180w
Nuclear power

    1744w

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

    855w

    Costs 1932w
Nuclear reactors

    International cooperation 1932w
Nuclear safeguards

    Russia 332w
Nuclear weapons

    1253w, 2119-20w

    Africa 186w

    Israel 878w, 2101-2w

    Middle East 878w, 1779w

    Submarines 2123w

    Treaties 875w
Nurses

    Dental services 2799-800w

    Eastwood Park Prison 2874w

    Essex 2768-70w

    Foreign workers 2175w

    Heart diseases 981w

    Inflammatory bowel disease 976w

    Intensive care 2730w

    Prescriptions 1142w

    Schools 363w

    Sick leave 991-2w

    Teesside 2754-62w

    Training 2182w, 2863-4w, 2868w

    Vacancies 583w
Nutrition

    Fruit 2724-5w

    Health education 1901-2w

    Vegetables 2724-5w 3452501002345250100115-08-06 21:53:1415-08-06 04:51:12Oaten, Mr Mark

                  Chamber Debates

    Terrorism (20.07.2005) 1260

                  Questions

    Anti-terrorism control orders 2186w

    Community support officers, Vetting 140w

    Conditions of employment, Public sector 60w

    Criminal records, Disclosure of information 787w

    Frontiers, Security 2550w

    Heathrow Airport, Proof of identity 134w

    Identity cards, Databases 2192w

    Identity cards, Expenditure 2591w

    Illegal immigrants, Employment 1478w

    Invalid vehicles, Insurance 21-3w

    Magistrates' courts, Closures 1300-4w

    Medical equipment, Contracts 344w

    Mentally disturbed offenders, Custodial treatment 2596w

    Mobile Telephones (Re-programming) Act 2002, Prosecutions 2559w

    Official cars, Petrol alternatives 44w

    Police, Crimes of violence 1500w

    Police stations, Closures 139w

    Prisoners, Children 2662w

    Prisoners, Foreigners 2630w

    Prisons, Discipline 2622w

    Proof of identity, Databases 1610-1w

    Pupils, Fingerprints 841w

    Regional Offender Managers, Expenditure 2599-600w

    Secure training centres, Contracts 1623w

    Secure training centres, Self-mutilation 1509w

    Sexual offences, Detection rates 141-2w

    Sexual offences, Rehabilitation 2640w

    Telecommunications, Disclosure of information 2568w

    United Kingdom Passport Service, Umbrellas 1784w


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