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Snelgrove, Anne

                  Chamber Debates

    Children's Food Bill, 2R adjourned (28.10.2005) 591


    Alzheimer's disease, Drugs 163w

    Alzheimer's disease, Health services 830w

    Asylum, Swindon 359w

    Developing countries, Housing 1297w

    Energy, Conservation 878w

    General certificate of secondary education, Standards 439-40

    Income tax, Tax rates and bands 309-10w

    Inland waterways, Swindon 1274w

    Obesity, Children 573w

Social Fund

Social rented housing

Social Security Agency

Social security benefits

    Foreign workers 455w

    Perth and Kinross 33ws

    Telephone services 459w

    West Dunbartonshire 34ws

Social Security (Inherited SERPS) (Amendments relating to Civil Partnership) Regulations 2005

                  Chamber Debates

    (25.10.2005) 278

Social services

    Voluntary organisations 977w

Soft drinks

Solar power

    Building regulations 341w


    Vehicles 6w


Soulsby, Sir Peter

                  Chamber Debates

    Avian influenza (26.10.2005) 315

South Atlantic

South East region

    Community development 1063w

    Community nurses 171w

    Jobseeker's allowance 622-3

South West region

South West Trains

Southend on Sea

Southern Water

Speaker and deputies

                  Chamber Debates

    Amendments and new clauses (24.10.2005) 21, 89, (25.10.2005) 193

    Disallowed questions (25.10.2005) 160, (02.11.2005) 828

    Petitions (03.11.2005) 1074

    Points of order (25.10.2005) 188, (26.10.2005) 425, (27.10.2005) 469, (28.10.2005) 527, (31.10.2005) 629, (01.11.2005) 727, (03.11.2005) 984, 1074

    Rulings and statements, Lobbying (03.11.2005) 984

                  Rulings and statements, Ten minutes rule (24.10.2005) 111, (26.10.2005) 354

    Rulings and statements, Twelve minutes rule (25.10.2005) 210

    Rulings and statements, Unparliamentary expressions (24.10.2005) 118

    Select Committee motions (24.10.2005) 139-40

                  Westminster Hall Debates

Special educational needs

Special Olympics Great Britain

Specialist Schools and Academies Trust

Speech impaired

Speech therapy

Speed limits

Spellar, Rt Hon John

                  Chamber Debates

    Electoral Administration Bill, 2R (25.10.2005) 200-1

Spelman, Mrs Caroline


    Aerials, Planning permission 342w

    Committees, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 446w

    Community development 487w

    Council tax, Death 755w

    Council tax, Exemptions 754-5w

    Fire services, Reform 763w

    Gaming clubs, Planning permission 901w

    Greater London Authority, Powers 331w

    Greenbelt, Planning permission 331-2w

    Housing, Construction 756w

    Housing, Low incomes 337w

    Industrial development associations, Finance 474w

    Local area agreements 447w

    Local government, Public participation 338w

    Local government executive 756w

    Official residences, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 326w

    Opposition, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 762w

    Parliamentary Information Management Services 736w

    Regional government, Public appointments 762-3w

    Regional planning and development, Thames Gateway 23-4w

    Small businesses, Finance 1092w

    Students, Loans 394w

    Supporting people programme 764w

    Urban areas, Terminology 444w

Spicer, Sir Michael


    Fire services, Working hours 1063w

    Property Services Agency 448w

Spink, Bob

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Adult education, Essex 992w

    Breast cancer, Essex 256w

    Doctors, Training 970w

    Dredging, River Thames 385w

    Hospitals, Infectious diseases 177w

    Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 1990 272-3w

    Lung cancer, Essex 165w

    Ministerial policy advisors, Dept for Work and Pensions 287w

    Occupational therapy, Essex 178w

    Police, Equatorial Guinea 1106w

    Ports, Thames Gateway 238w

    Prison accommodation 1125w

    Schools, Polling stations 148w


Sports competitors


Spring, Mr Richard

                  Chamber Debates


    Council tax, Suffolk 327w

    Gold and foreign exchange reserves 364w

    Mental health services, Suffolk 581w

    Special educational needs, Suffolk 157-8w

    Suffolk West Primary Care Trust, Finance 1350w

    West Suffolk Hospitals NHS Trust, Finance 1350w

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