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Shapps, Grant

                  Chamber Debates


    Local government finance 753-4w

    Queen Elizabeth II Hospital Welwyn Garden City 304-5

Shared ownership schemes

Shaw, Mr Jonathan


    Avian influenza, Disease control 253-4w


Sheerman, Mr Barry


    Employment, Discrimination 736-7w


Shepherd, Mr Richard

                  Chamber Debates

    Schools (25.10.2005) 185

    Terrorism Bill, 2R (26.10.2005) 372-4, 376

    Terrorism Bill, Com (02.11.2005) 838, 870, (03.11.2005) 988-9

Sheridan, Mr Jim

                  Chamber Debates

    Railtrack (24.10.2005) 34, 53



Short, Rt Hon Clare

                  Chamber Debates

    Terrorism Bill, 2R (26.10.2005) 392, 411


    Members, Correspondence 346w


Sick leave

    Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1161-2w

    Dept for Culture Media and Sport 68w

    Dept for Education and Skills 809w

    Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 368-9w

    Dept for International Development 509-10w

    Dept for Transport 229w

    Dept for Work and Pensions 286-7w

    Dept of Trade and Industry 699w

    Foreign and Commonwealth Office 463-4w

    Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 445w

    Young offender institutions 1131w

Sick pay

Sierra Leone

Sight impaired

Simmonds, Mr Mark


    Africa, Parasitic diseases 764-5w

    Africa, Pregnancy complications 767w

    Cayman Islands, Overseas aid 1291w

    Democratic Republic of Congo, Politics and government 1079w

    Developing countries, Maternal mortality 1302-3w

    Developing countries, Poverty 768w

    Liberia, Elections 634w

    Pesticides, Health hazards 201w

    Uganda, Overseas investment 1236w

Simon, Mr Sion


    General certificate of secondary education, Standards 438-9

Simpson, Mr Alan

                  Chamber Debates

    Terrorism Bill, Com (02.11.2005) 851-5


    Terrorism, Detainees 942w

Simpson, David

                  Chamber Debates

    Avian influenza (26.10.2005) 315

    Terrorism (Northern Ireland) Bill, 2R (31.10.2005) 679

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Planning, Northern Ireland (01.11.2005) 223-4wh


    Domestic violence, Northern Ireland 636w

    St Luke's Hospital Armagh, Personal property 796w

    St Luke's Hospital Armagh, Suicide 120w

    Terrorism, Northern Ireland 406w

    Weapons, Northern Ireland 1370w

Simpson, Mr Keith

                  Westminster Hall Debates


Single parents

    see Lone parents

Sinn Fein

Sixth form education

Sizewell power stations

Skilled workers

    Immigration controls 45w

    Manufacturing industries 963-4

Skinner, Mr Dennis

                  Chamber Debates

    Schools (25.10.2005) 175


    Energy supply 951

    Television, Licensing 13


Sleep apnoea


Small businesses

    Corporation tax 980w

Smith, Rt Hon Andrew


    China, Human rights 749w

    Developing countries, Microfinance 1301-2w

    Developing countries, Renewable energy 1305w

    Education maintenance allowance, Oxfordshire 995-6w

    General practitioners, Finance 266w

    Housing associations 22w

    Indian subcontinent, Earthquakes 747-8w

    NHS, Finance 156

    School meals, Nutrition 221-2w

    Supporting people programme 764w

    Taxation, Females 726w

    Television, Licensing 65-6w

    Tonga, Politics and government 1086w

Smith, Angela C (Sheffield Hillsborough)

                  Chamber Debates


    Industrial diseases, Compensation 78-80w

    Olympic Games, Greater London 66w

Smith, Angela E, (Basildon), Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Northern Ireland Office

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Planning, Northern Ireland (01.11.2005) 227-31wh


    Alcoholic drinks, Misuse 1003w

    Belfast Education and Library Board, Public appointments 1224w

    Birds, Pest control 1015w

    Bovine tuberculosis, Northern Ireland 1006-7w

    Broadband, Northern Ireland 411w

    Cellular phones, Pupils 1225w

    Census, Northern Ireland 408-9w

    Civil partnerships, Northern Ireland 412w

    Civil servants, Disciplinary proceedings 1364-6w

    Civil servants, Northern Ireland 1369-70w

    Civil servants, Pensions 412-3w

    Class sizes, Northern Ireland 97w

    Climate change, Northern Ireland 1366w

    Common fisheries policy, Northern Ireland 1011w

    Credit unions, Northern Ireland 1012w

    Dairy farming, Northern Ireland 1217w

    Dairy products, Northern Ireland 1012-3w

    Disabled, Northern Ireland 1368w

    Driving under influence, Northern Ireland 656-7w

    Dundonald School, Knockbreda School 423-4w

    Economic situation, Northern Ireland 1013w

    Electronic government, Northern Ireland 1014-7w

    English language, Northern Ireland 645w

    Freedom of information, Northern Ireland Office 90-1w

    GCE A level, Northern Ireland 1217-8w

    Hazardous substances, Northern Ireland 1016-7w

    Health education, Drugs 1003w

    Higher education, Northern Ireland 1028-9w

    Insurance, Northern Ireland 648w

    Invest Northern Ireland, Standards 789w

    Land, Contamination 88-9w

    Local government, Crimes of violence 664w

    Lone parents, Northern Ireland 1368-9w

    Minimum wage, Northern Ireland 1018-9w

    Motor vehicles, Excise duties 657w

    Motor vehicles, Northern Ireland 87w

    Motor vehicles, Testing 1374w

    Non-departmental public bodies, Northern Ireland 1020w

    Northern Ireland education and library boards 1013-4w

    Northern Ireland education and library boards, Finance 90w, 645w

    Northern Ireland education and library boards, Redundancy 794w

    Overseas students, Northern Ireland 422w

    Pedestrian crossings, Northern Ireland 1228-9w

    Petrol alternatives, Northern Ireland 635-6w

    Planning, Inspections 1377w

    Playing fields, Sales 1230w

    Ports, Northern Ireland 91-2w

    Post-Primary Review Working Group, Northern Ireland 785w, 1011-2w

    Pre-school education, Northern Ireland 420-1w

    Property development, Newtownabbey 647w

    Public bodies, Northern Ireland 108-10w

    Rates and rating, Northern Ireland 1024w

    Renewable energy, Northern Ireland 1024w

    Repairs and maintenance, Northern Ireland Office 1013w

    Rescue services, Northern Ireland 419w

    Schools, Public private partnerships 418w

    Secondary education, Northern Ireland 424w, 793w

    Smoking, Young people 1028w

    Special educational needs, Northern Ireland 659-62w

    Sports, Tax allowances 1004w

    Stranmillis University College, Governing bodies 1026-7w

    Suicide, Northern Ireland 661-2w

    Sustainable development, Northern Ireland Office 425w, 647w

    Teachers, Manpower 121w

    Teachers, Training 799w

    Tor Bank School Belfast 663-4w

    Tourism, Northern Ireland 406w

    Waste management, Northern Ireland 664w

Smith, Geraldine


    Flood control, Planning permission 1276-7w

    Unemployment 616

Smith, Rt Hon Jacqui, Minister of State for Schools, Dept for Education and Skills

                  Chamber Debates

    Schools, Stockport (01.11.2005) 804-8


    After school clubs 208w

    Building schools for the future programme 127w, 802-3w

    Children in care, Nutrition 143w

    City academies, Standards 802w

    Class sizes, Primary education 210-2w

    Classroom assistants, Manpower 475w

    Education, Disadvantaged 213w

    Entry to employment programme 1179w

    Equal opportunities, Dept for Education and Skills 1170w

    Examination boards, Curriculum 450

    Examination boards, Manpower 801-2w

    Excellence in cities, Hartlepool 1171-2w

    First aid, Curriculum 174w

    Food technology, Curriculum 821w

    Foundation schools, Finance 393w

    Further education 124w

    Further education, Reform 156w

    GCE A level, Greater London 816-7w

    GCE A level, Standards 1167w

    General certificate of secondary education 1175w, 1215w

    General certificate of secondary education, Greater London 817w

    General certificate of secondary education, Havering 1176-7w

    General certificate of secondary education, Lancashire 1183w

    Geography, Curriculum 1175w

    Geography, Primary education 214w

    Gifted children, Extracurricular activities 214w

    "Higher Standards Better Schools for All White Paper" 1175w

    History, Curriculum 142w

    Literacy, Primary education 214-5w

    Mathematics, Teachers 144w

    Mathematics, Teaching methods 1179w

    Non-departmental public bodies, Dept for Education and Skills 1180-1w

    Office for Standards in Education 1181w

    Outdoor education 147w

    Playing fields, Sales 1195w

    Primary education, Standards 1166-7w

    Private members bills, Dept for Education and Skills 391w

    Pupil exclusions, North East region 1192-4w

    Pupils, Allergies 125w

    Pupils, Discipline 134w

    Pupils, Dyslexia 135w

    Pupils, Kingston upon Thames 810-2w

    Pupils, Offensive weapons 221w

    Qualifications and Curriculum Authority 1184w

    School choice, Bedfordshire 1170-2w

    School leaving, Basic skills 475w

    School leaving, Waverley 152-3w

    School meals, Nutrition 221-2w

    Schools, Capital investment 155-6w

    Schools, Computers 131w

    Schools, Construction 822w

    Schools, Polling stations 148w

    Schools, Repairs and maintenance 1182w

    Schools access initiative, Finance 393w

    Secondary education, Standards 388-9w

    Specialist Schools and Academies Trust 1212-3w

    Standards Fund, Ethnic groups 1172-4w

    Teachers, Pensions 216w

    Teachers, Physical education 476w

    Teachers, Qualifications 160w

    Trust schools, Finance 827w

Smith, Mr John


    Harrier aircraft 519w

    Military aircraft, Repairs and maintenance 1070w

Smith, Sir Robert

                  Chamber Debates

    Electoral Administration Bill, 2R (25.10.2005) 249


    Mental health services 1346w


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