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Hughes, Rt Hon Beverley, Minister of State for Children, Dept for Education and Skills

                  Chamber Debates


    After school clubs 937w

    Child minding, Leeds 1535w

    Childcare Bill 2005-06 859w

    Childcare Bill 2005-06, Regulation 1336w

    Contraceptives, Pupils 1426w

    Extended schools, Leeds 1339w

    Literacy, Kettering 938w

    Pre-school education, Dental health 1167-8w

    Pre-school education, Leeds 1536-7w

    Pre-school education, Staffordshire 865w

    Pre-school education, Wakefield 861-2w

    Primary education, Standards 1895-6w

    Sure start programme, Expenditure 1705-6w

    Sure start programme, Gloucestershire 1337w

    Sure start programme, Leeds 1541w

    Sure start programme, Staffordshire 950w

    Sure start programme, Wakefield 549-50w

    Voluntary work, Accidents 1896w

    Youth services, Advisory bodies 1536w

    Youth services, Grants 1901w

    Youth services, West Yorkshire 1896-7w

Hughes, Simon

                  Chamber Debates

    London Olympics Bill, Rep and 3R (06.12.2005) 763, 774-9


    Crime, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 331-2w

    Crime, Dept for Education and Skills 2071-2w

    Crime, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 2555w

    Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Trust, Poisons 1703

    Metropolitan Police 454w

    Police, Disclosure of information 2900w

Huhne, Chris

                  Chamber Debates

    Police (19.12.2005) 1613


    Alzheimer's disease, Drugs 2609w

    Climate change levy 1829w

    Corruption, Companies 732w

    Council tax, Empty property 1971-2w

    Domestic wastes, Waste disposal 1600w

    Hedges and ditches, Nuisance 1429w

    Information and communications technology, Business 2782w

    Iraq conflict, Expenditure 1787w

    Mobile homes, Tenants' rights 1516w

    Non-domestic rates, Land use 1728w

    Pensioners, Central heating 2267-8w

    Shared ownership schemes, Capital gains tax 340w

    Tax yields, Environment protection 527w

    Taxation, Trusts 342w

Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust

    National Lottery 574w

Hull Royal Infirmary

    Accident and emergency departments 1415-6w

    Methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus 1806w

Human embryo experiments

Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority

Human rights

Human Rights Act 1998


Human Rights Commission of Northern Ireland

    see Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission

Human trafficking


    State retirement pensions 1052w

Humble, Mrs Joan

                  Chamber Debates

    Childcare Bill, 2R (28.11.2005) 27, 37, 41-6

    Council tax, Petitions (12.12.2005) 1204


    Armed forces, Recruitment 1495w

    Army Prosecuting Authority 532-3w

    Pension credit 6

    Royal Highland Fusiliers, Self-mutilation 835w

Hunt, Jeremy


    Aerials, Planning permission 2836w

    Coltsfoot Consultants, Home Office 429w

    Developing countries, HIV infection 2232-3w

    Developing countries, Intellectual property 1493-4w

    HIV infection, Medical treatments 2215w

    HIV infection, Overseas aid 984

    Nappies, Waste disposal 17-8w

    Police, Databases 593w

    Public finance 79w

Hunter, Mark

                  Chamber Debates

    Local government finance (05.12.2005) 634-6


    Licensing laws, Fees and charges 209w

    Local government finance 209w

    Manchester Metrolink 2920w


    Forestry Commission 313w

Hurd, Nick

                  Chamber Debates

    Childcare Bill, 2R (28.11.2005) 29, 39-40


    European Bank for Reconstruction and Development 2797-8w

    Independent Police Complaints Commission, Disclosure of information 458w

    Terrorism, Detainees 763w

    Terrorism Bill 2005-06 1367w

Hurricanes and tornadoes

Hurst Green

Hussein, Saddam

Hutton, Rt Hon John, Secretary of State for Work and Pensions

                  Chamber Debates

                  Written Statements

    "Department for Work and Pensions Autumn Performance Report 2005" 182ws

    Social security benefits, Uprating 102-12ws

    Standards, Dept for Work and Pensions 51-2ws


    Incapacity benefit, Reform 9-10

    New deal schemes 18-9

    Pensioners, Poverty 7-9

    Public sector, Pensions 425w

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