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Phillis Review


Physical education

    New Opportunities Fund 59w


Pickles, Mr Eric

                  Chamber Debates


    Council tax, Appeals 2239w

    Council tax, Greater London 2239w

    Domestic rates, Northern Ireland 1416w

    Empty dwelling management orders 2218-9w

    Hertfordshire Oil Storage Terminal, Planning permission 2182w

    Licensing laws, Applications 1520w

    Local government, Intimidation 2253w

    Local government, Pensions 2211w

    Local government, Reorganisation 2240w

    Local government finance 1243w

    Market towns, Regeneration 1808w

    National Institute of Economic and Social Research 2075w

    Non-domestic rates, Northern Ireland 1415w

    Northern Way initiative 1627w

    Ordnance Survey, Aerial photography 1627-8w

    Ordnance Survey, Galileo 1619w

    Parliamentary Information Management Services, Internet 1851-2w

    Planning blight, Compensation 1628w

    Planning delivery grant 2245w

    Pool Reinsurance Company 1555w

    Public libraries, Closures 1380w

    Rates and rating, Northern Ireland 1533-4w

    Regional development agencies 1867w

    Regional housing boards 2249w

    Sex establishments, Licensing 2004-5w

    Social rented housing, Databases 2237-8w

    Supporting people programme 306

Pigeon fanciers lung


Pilot schemes




Planning blight

Planning delivery grant

Planning gain supplement

Planning Inspectorate

Planning permission

    Areas of outstanding natural beauty 2212-3w

    Hertfordshire Oil Storage Terminal 2182w

Planning Service


Plaskitt, James, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Dept for Work and Pensions

                  Chamber Debates

    Pensions (31.01.2006) 262

    Social Security Benefits Up-rating Order (16.02.2006) 1607-12

                  Westminster Hall Debates

                  Written Statements

    EU Employment Social Policy Health and Consumer Affairs Council 6ws


    Child Support Agency, Administrative delays 264w, 1189w

    Child Support Agency, Complaints 268-74w

    Child Support Agency, Consultants 1189w

    Child Support Agency, Information and communications technology 863-4w

    Child Support Agency, Pensions 1667w

    Child Support Agency, Resignations 263-4w

    Cold weather payments 441w

    Council tax benefits, Coventry 1672w

    Council tax benefits, Wales 1459w

    Crisis loans, Applications 866w

    EC presidency, Dept for Work and Pensions 285w

    Fraud, Dept for Work and Pensions 870w

    Housing benefit, Haringey 1463w

    Housing benefit, Islington 1463w

    Income support, Lone parents 1165-6w

    Information and communications technology, Dept for Work and Pensions 2172w

    Jobseeker's allowance 440w

    Jobseeker's allowance, Seasonal workers 594-5

    Jobseeker's allowance, Young people 1684w

    Local Government Finance Funding Changes Independent Inquiry, Dept for Work and Pensions 1169w

    Lone parents, Carers 664w

    Lost property, Dept for Work and Pensions 2173w

    Means tested benefits, Information and communications technology 435w

    National insurance 289w

    Personation, Dept for Work and Pensions 277w, 2438w

    Post Office, Dept for Work and Pensions 2188w

    Social security benefits, Argyll 2165-6w

    Social security benefits, Asylum 589-90w

    Social security benefits, Automated credit transfer 1956w

    Social security benefits, Criminal injuries compensation 568w

    Social security benefits, Debts 1672-3w

    Social security benefits, EC nationals 663w

    Social security benefits, Kettering 1661-2w

    Social security benefits, Migrant workers 435-6w

    Social security benefits, Post offices 601w, 1955w

    Social security benefits, Scotland 2189-90w

    Social security benefits, Swindon 859w

    Theft, Dept for Work and Pensions 596w

    Vehicles, Dept for Work and Pensions 2173-4w

    Written questions, Administrative delays 289w, 593w



Playing fields


    Aircraft carriers 702w

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