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Habitual residence test


Hague, Rt Hon William


    EC budget, Contributions 1352w

    Sharm El Sheikh, Bombings 981w

Hain, Rt Hon Peter, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland and Secretary of State for Wales

                  Chamber Debates

    Northern Ireland, Ministerial statements (11.01.2006) 287-304

                  Written Statements

    Justice Oversight Commissioner 36ws


    Administration, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 745-6w

    Buildings, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 746w, 2042-3w

    Consultants, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 2042w

    Departmental responsibilities, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 2043w

    Digital broadcasting, Blaenau Gwent 2044w

    Disciplinary proceedings, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 2044w

    Domestic visits, Northern Ireland Office 330w

    Domestic visits, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 826-7

    Homeworking, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 2044w

    Internet, Northern Ireland Office 1880w

    Internet, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 746w

    Location, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 2043-4w

    Manpower, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 2044w

    Ministers, Northern Ireland 563w

    Motor vehicles, Northern Ireland Office 1639-40w

    National Assembly for Wales 746-7w

    National Offender Management Service, Wales 2152-3w

    Northern Ireland (Offences) Bill 2005-06 331w, 563w

    Official cars, Northern Ireland Office 330w

    Overseas aid, Wales 1324w

    Prisoner escapes, Northern Ireland 635w

    Prisoner escapes, Terrorism 267-70

    Public finance, Wales 1534w

    Public relations, Northern Ireland Office 323-5w

    Standards, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 2044-5w

    Terrorism, Northern Ireland 562-3w

    Unemployment, Wales 827-9

Hall, Patrick

                  Chamber Debates


    Palliative care, Finance 735w


Hamilton, David

                  Chamber Debates

    Afghanistan (26.01.2006) 1542-3

    Asylum, Scotland (19.01.2006) 1065

    Nuclear power (17.01.2006) 773

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Criminal injuries compensation 1108-9w

    Excise duties, Alcoholic drinks 1178w

    Excise duties, Diesel fuel 1172w

    Exservicemen, Military decorations 2132w

    Hospitals, Admissions 729w

Hamilton, Mr Fabian


    Gaza, Official visits 1740w

    Palestinians, Economic situation 1221w

Hammersmith and Fulham

    Jobseeker's allowance 2232w

    Local government finance 1317w

    Welfare tax credits 2222w

Hammersmith Hospitals NHS Trust

Hammond, Mr Philip

                  Chamber Debates

    Social security benefits (24.01.2006) 1308-11


    Child Support Agency, Pay 695w

    Government departments, Standards 293w

    Housing, Discrimination 247w

    Occupational pensions, Insolvency 1829-30w

    Pension Service, Complaints 2395w

    Pensions, Public sector 1830w

    Social security benefits, Telephone services 1814-6w

    Stakeholder pensions 2058w

    Standards, Dept for Education and Skills 425-6w, 517w

    Standards, Dept of Trade and Industry 293-4w

Hammond, Stephen

                  Chamber Debates

    Crossrail Bill, Instruction to com (12.01.2006) 478-9

    Merchant Shipping (Pollution) Bill (HL), 2R (25.01.2006) 1469-70

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Railways, South East region (24.01.2006) 364-7wh


    Intercity rail transport 934w

    Network Rail, Finance 1188w

    Park and ride schemes 646w

    Railways, Fares 692

    Railways, Repairs and maintenance 1188w

    Rapid transit systems, Construction 2100w

    Rapid transit systems, Costs 1986-7w

    Roads, Repairs and maintenance 647-8w

    Safer neighbourhoods programme, Greater London 1787w

    Strategic Rail Authority 1482w

Hancock, Mr Mike

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    AWE Aldermaston, Planning permission 1325-6w

    Dental services 116w

    In vitro fertilisation 1301w

    Indonesia, Capital punishment 800-1w

    Influenza, Local authorities 2067w

    Merchant shipping, Protection 2127w

    Military police, Training 917w

    Nuclear submarines, Southampton 505w

    Pets, Animal welfare 908w

    Public expenditure, Home Office 1270w

    South West Trains, Franchises 2278w

    Type 23 frigates, Helicopters 506w

    World War II, Military decorations 497w

    Written questions, Administrative delays 1860w

Hands, Greg


    Bed and breakfast accommodation, Greater London 1687w

    Council tax, Hammersmith and Fulham 2187-8w

    Electoral register, Greater London 1162-4w

    Hammersmith Hospitals NHS Trust 282

    Hammersmith Hospitals NHS Trust, Manpower 1524w

    Hammersmith Hospitals NHS Trust, Working hours 585w

    Jobseeker's allowance, Hammersmith and Fulham 2232w

    Local government finance, Hammersmith and Fulham 1317w

    Non-domestic rates, Greater London 959w

    Olympic Games, Greater London 2296w

    Pigeons, Greater London 1344w

    Postal services, Greater London 945w

    Repossession orders, Greater London 2384w

    Right to buy scheme, Greater London 968w

    River Thames, Sewage 1346w

    Schools, Hammersmith and Fulham 2206w

    Small claims, Greater London 2383w

    Uzbekistan, Human rights 1704w

    Welfare tax credits, Hammersmith and Fulham 2222w

Hanson, David, Minister of State, Northern Ireland Office

                  Written Statements

    Criminal proceedings, Northern Ireland 60ws

    Elections, Northern Ireland 65ws


    Antisocial behaviour orders, Northern Ireland 1255w

    Bill of rights, Northern Ireland 986w

    Commonwealth Games, Northern Ireland 317-8w

    Crime prevention, Northern Ireland 2316-7w

    Dogs, Northern Ireland 2090w

    Driving offences, Cellular phones 636w

    Drugs, Northern Ireland 1870w

    Elections, Fraud 323w

    Housing, Northern Ireland 636w

    Housing benefit, Northern Ireland 1587w

    Northern Ireland Child Support Agency, Information and communications technology 315w

    Northern Ireland Child Support Agency, Manpower 314-5w

    Northern Ireland Equality Commission, Public appointments 1876w

    Northern Ireland (Offences) Bill 2005-06 634w

    Olympic Games, Northern Ireland 1874w

    Prostitution, Northern Ireland 1875w

    Public libraries, Northern Ireland 2327w

    Reoffenders, Northern Ireland 1876-7w

    Shoplifting, Northern Ireland 563-4w

    Social security benefits, Northern Ireland 1586w

    Sports Council for Northern Ireland, Grants 339-42w

    Telephone services, Northern Ireland Office 1875w

    Temporary accommodation, Northern Ireland 992-3w

    Travelling people, Northern Ireland 1262w


Harbours Bill (HL) 2005-06

                  Chamber Debates

    2R order read (20.01.2006) 1138


    Neighbourhood wardens 1317w

    Standard assessment tasks 425w

Harman, Rt Hon Harriet, Minister of State, Dept for Constitutional Affairs

                  Chamber Debates

                  Westminster Hall Debates

                  Written Statements

    Adoption and Children Act 2002 9ws

    Civil proceedings, Fees and charges 3-4ws

    Judicial Appointments and Conduct Ombudsman, Public appointments 61ws


    Administration of justice, Disadvantaged 2380w

    Advertising, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 233w

    Alternative dispute resolution 2157w

    Alternative dispute resolution, Telephone services 2384w

    Antisocial behaviour, Fixed penalties 1296-7

    Appellate Committee, Public appointments 1451-2w

    Back pain, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1447-9w

    Children, Maintenance 1048w

    Commission for Racial Equality 2381w

    Constitutional Reform Act 2005 1446-7w

    Consultants, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1050w, 2156w

    Courts, Northamptonshire 2381w

    Directories, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1834-5w

    Disabled, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1214w

    Disabled, Dept for Work and Pensions 234-5w

    Disciplinary proceedings, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 2155-6w

    Drinking water, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1051w

    Drugs, Sentencing 366w

    EC action, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 238w

    Elections, Direct mail 236w

    Electoral Administration Bill 2005-06 1449w

    Electoral register, Databases 231w

    Electoral register, Death 1051w

    Electoral register, Ethnic groups 237-8w

    Electoral register, Greater London 1941w

    Electoral register, Standards 2381-2w

    Electoral register, Young people 1942w

    Electronic equipment, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 2155w

    Fines, Southend on Sea 1051w

    Fire alarms, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1446w

    Fixed penalties, Staffordshire 2156w

    Freedom of information, Fees and charges 2382w

    House of Lords, Powers 1941w

    House of Lords, Reform 240w

    Information Commissioner, Standards 242-3w

    Judges, Convictions 1052w

    Location, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1447w

    Magistrates, Public appointments 1054w

    Magistrates' courts, Colchester 1049w

    Magistrates' courts, Gravesham 1837w

    Magistrates' courts, Staffordshire 2383w

    Members, Correspondence 1049w

    Mental Capacity Act 2005 1452w

    Motor vehicles, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1835-6w

    Official hospitality, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 232w

    Pay, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 240-2w

    Personal injury, Compensation 1215w

    Political parties, Finance 1294-6

    Politics, Public participation 1051-2w

    Pornography, Internet 230w

    Public relations, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 233-4w

    Repossession orders, Gravesend 239w

    Repossession orders, Greater London 2384w

    Sheriffs, Public appointments 240w

    Simple majority electoral systems 237w

    Small claims, Gravesend 239w

    Small claims, Greater London 2383w

    Standards, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1447w

    Television, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 233-4w

    Trials, Domestic violence 1449w

    Valuation Office, Freedom of information 2158-9w

    Vehicles, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1833w

Harold Shipman Tribunal of Inquiry

Harper, Mark


    Information officers, Home Office 2034w

    Iraq, Peace keeping operations 1157

    Publications, Home Office 1266w

    Roads, Safety 688

    Social security benefits, Forest of Dean 60w

Harris, Dr Evan

                  Chamber Debates

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Research, Science (10.01.2006) 66-70wh


    Asylum, Deportation 2159w


    Antisocial behaviour orders 1770w

Harvey, Nick


    Contraceptives, Prisons 158w

    Drinking water, House of Commons Commission 467w

    Homelessness, Rural areas 1313w

    House of Commons, Business plans 915-6w

    House of Commons, Cutlery 1439w

    House of Commons, Disciplinary proceedings 1439w

    House of Commons, Fire alarms 1372w

    House of Commons, Internet 913w

    House of Commons, Nurseries 1303-4

    House of Commons, Postal services 1754w

    House of Commons, Recycling 468w

    House of Commons Commission, Expenditure 468-9w

    House of Commons galleries, Security 1-2w, 1439w

    Human trafficking, EC action 834-5w

    Members, Postal services 915w

    Palace of Westminster, Building alterations 1193w

    Palace of Westminster, Health services 914w

    Parliament, Cellular phones 468w

    Parliamentary Bookshop 914w

    Parliamentary Education Unit 1944-5w

    Parliamentary Information Management Services 915w

    Parliamentary tours, Wheelchairs 1w


Havard, Mr Dai

                  Chamber Debates

    Afghanistan (26.01.2006) 1539

    Government of Wales Bill, 2R (09.01.2006) 82-4

Havering Primary Care Trust

Hayes, Mr John

                  Chamber Debates

    Public Accounts Committee (26.01.2006) 1599-602


    Adult education 651w

    Adult Learning Inspectorate, Office for Standards in Education 393w

    Air pollution, Dept for Education and Skills 1915w

    Basic skills, Training 433w

    Consultants, Dept for Education and Skills 509w

    Damages, Dept for Transport 489w

    Damages, Dept of Trade and Industry 1244w

    Education, Compensation 395w

    Education, EC action 1399w

    Education, Sponsorship 1229w

    Educational institutions, Smoking 2199w

    Efficiency in Public Services Review, Dept for Education and Skills 1399w

    Further education, Reform 514w

    Grammar schools 419w

    Higher education, Business 1968w

    Higher education, Per capita costs 2212-3w

    Industrial health and safety, Dept for Education and Skills 419-20w

    Overseas students, Student numbers 1229-32w

    Postgraduate education, Research 1624-6w

    Publications, Dept for Education and Skills 398w

    Serious Organised Crime Agency, Oaths and affirmations 688w

    Standards, Dept for Education and Skills 1397w

    Truancy, Secondary education 1617-8w

    Vocational education, Qualifications 417w

Hazardous substances

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