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Paice, Mr James

                  Chamber Debates

    Natural Environment and Rural Communities Bill, Lords amendts (29.03.2006) 936-7, 940-7, 952-3, 960-4


    Avian influenza, Vaccination 438-9w

    Rural Payments Agency 543-6

    Taking and driving away 123-4w

Paisley, Rev Ian


    Bioscience and Technology Institute 40w


Palestinian-Israeli conflict

    see Middle East


Palmer, Dr Nick

                  Chamber Debates


    Identity cards 278



Parish councils

    South Lathom 66w


    Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 1100-1w

    Fixed penalties 381w


Parliamentary Information and Communications Technology Service

Parliamentary year


    Risk assessment 17

Part-time employment

    State retirement pensions 1204w


Patel, Chai

Paterson, Mr Owen


    Armed forces, Cadets 532

    Car sharing, Road traffic 145-6

    Councillors, Business interests 1210w

    Standards Board for England, Public appointments 835w


Patient choice schemes


Patients' rights


    Dept for Constitutional Affairs 673

    Dept for Education and Skills 101w

    Foreign and Commonwealth Office 667w

    General practitioners 153w

    Lancashire Constabulary 762w

    Manufacturing industries 972-4w

    Milton Keynes Partnership 65w

    Northern Ireland Prison Service 95ws

    Valuation Office 506w


    Child tax credit 25w

Peace keeping operations

    Democratic Republic of Congo 361-2w

Peace negotiations

Pearson, Ian, Minister for Trade, Foreign and Commonwealth Office and Dept of Trade and Industry


    Africa, Politics and government 76-7w

    Angola, Arms control 1181w

    Bacup Shoe Company, Seized articles 994w

    Cable and Wireless 636w

    China, Balance of trade 511-2w

    China, Christianity 1025w

    Democratic Republic of Congo, Politics and government 79w

    Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda 329w

    Fair trade initiative, Urban areas 282w

    Gambia, Politics and government 1026w

    Iraq, Overseas companies 388w

    Israel, Overseas trade 199w

    Kenya, Press freedom 85w

    Madagascar, Exports 197w

    Notaries, Qualifications 302w

    Philippines, Domestic service 668w

    Russia, Overseas trade 1146w

    Sudan, Armed conflict 1185w

    Sudan, International assistance 89w

    Sudan, Peace keeping operations 88w

    Sudan, Political prisoners 919w

    Sudan, Sanctions 88w

    Uganda, Arms trade 669w

    UN Human Rights Council 345w

    USA, Northern Ireland 425w

Pedestrian areas


Pelican crossings

    Petitions (23.03.2006) 514

Pelling, Andrew


    Building regulations, Noise 54w

    Mentally ill, Home Office 307w

    Postal services 517w

Penalty fares

Penning, Mike


    GCE A level 93w

    Housing, Military bases 830w

    NHS, Management consultants 783-4w

    Official engagements, Dept of Health 789w

Penrose, John


    Criminal Records Bureau, Fees and charges 907w

    Further education, Finance 540w

    Offenders, Compensation 117w

Pension credit

Pension Protection Fund


    Northern Ireland 205w


    Chronically sick 236w

    Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1092w

    Dept for Culture Media and Sport 1012w

    Dept for International Development 1132-3w

    Dept for Work and Pensions 1207w

    Dept of Trade and Industry 1143w

    Foreign and Commonwealth Office 668w

    Inheritance tax 79ws

    Ministry of Defence 1156w

    Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1148w

    Police Service of Northern Ireland 15-6ws


    Defence Science and Technology Laboratory 532w

Personal income

Personal pensions


    Dept for Education and Skills 547-8w




    Antisocial behaviour 1035w

    Magistrates' courts 74-5w

    Right to buy scheme 69w


    Aerials (28.03.2006) 818-9

    Antisocial behaviour (30.03.2006) 1122

    Bassetlaw Primary Care Trust (20.03.2006) 126

    Community hospitals (28.03.2006) 819-24

    Council tax (21.03.2006) 258

    Friarswood School Newcastle-under-Lyme (29.03.2006) 1017

    Grizedale Forest (20.03.2006) 126

    Hospices (30.03.2006) 1121

    Lip reading (30.03.2006) 1121-2

    Pelican crossings (23.03.2006) 514

    Playgrounds (29.03.2006) 1016

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