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Prentice, Bridget, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Dept for Constitutional Affairs

                  Chamber Debates

    Political parties, Ministerial statements (20.03.2006) 23-31

                  Westminster Hall Debates

                  Written Statements

    Land Registry, Standards 54-5ws

    Public Guardianship Office, Standards 52-4ws

    Tribunals Service, Standards 51-2ws


    Administration of justice, Reform 679w

    Asylum and Immigration Tribunal 675w

    Asylum and Immigration Tribunal, Administrative delays 675w

    Electoral register, Fines 456w

    Energy, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 301-2w

    House of Lords, Reform 871w

    Industrial diseases, Compensation 674

    Pay, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 673

    Pensions, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1092w

    Political parties, Finance 1092w

    Politics, Public participation 670-1

    Telephone services, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 678w

Prentice, Mr Gordon


    Air routes, Urban areas 1119w

    Ambulance services, Lancashire 1168w

    Army, Uniforms 527

    Avian influenza, Disease control 3w

    Aviation, Prime Minister 413-4w

    Business questions 1050

    Doctors, Training 154w

    Faith schools, Islam 109w

    Telephone tapping, Prosecutions 477-8w

Pre-school education

Prescott, Rt Hon John, Deputy Prime Minister and Secretary of State for Local Government and the Regions

                  Chamber Debates

    Housing Corporation (Delegation) Etc Bill, 1R (30.03.2006) 1061


    Clocks and watches, Derbyshire 844-5

    Council tax 845

    Health services, Lancashire 851-2

    House of Lords, Reform 843

    Local government, Pensions 846-7

    Minimum wage 850

    Motor neurone disease 847

    Official engagements, Prime Minister 842-3

    Pensioners, Council tax 843-4

    Political parties, Finance 847-9

    Post office card account 845-6

    Schools, Finance 848

Prescription drugs


Press freedom

Prevention of Scalding Injuries (Bathing in the Home) Bill 2005-06

                  Chamber Debates

Price, Adam

                  Chamber Debates

    Budget March 2006 (28.03.2006) 742-4


    Afghanistan, Peace keeping operations 530

    Iraq conflict, Radar 902w

    Nepal, Overseas aid 627w

    Private finance initiative 975w

    Renewable energy 397


Primarolo, Rt Hon Dawn, Paymaster General

                  Chamber Debates

                  Written Statements

    Finance (No 2) Bill 2005-06 65ws

    Valuation Office, Standards 79ws


    Arms trade, Export controls 426-7w

    Child benefit, Expenditure 1111w

    Child tax credit, Payments 25w

    Child tax credit, Telephone services 348w

    Conferences, Treasury 1117w

    Import duties, Motor vehicles 383w

    Income tax, Tax rates and bands 432w

    Marginal tax rates 429w

    Migrant workers, Illegal immigrants 1040

    National insurance contributions 1114w

    National Insurance Fund 430-1w

    Pensioners, Council tax benefits 1110w

    Post office card account 352-3w

    Post office card account, Northern Ireland 415-6w

    Revenue and Customs, Data processing 26w

    Revenue and Customs, Data protection 348w

    Revenue and Customs, Isle of Wight 349-50w

    Smuggling, Wildlife 978w

    Valuation Office, Compensation 73w

    Valuation Office, Electronic equipment 530-1w

    Valuation Office, Getmapping 33w

    Valuation Office, Industrial health and safety 531w

    VAT, Service industries 23-4w

    Welfare tax credits, Administrative delays 976w

    Welfare tax credits, Applications 976w

    Welfare tax credits, Bedfordshire 431-2w

    Welfare tax credits, Dorset 976w

Primary care trusts

Primary education

    Physical education 104w

Primary health care

    United Health Group 971w

Prime Minister

    Freedom of information 539w

Prince Andrew

Princess of Wales

Princess Royal Barracks

    (29.03.2006) 833

    Ministerial statements (29.03.2006) 853-69

Prisk, Mr Mark

                  Chamber Debates

    Consumer Credit Bill, Lords amendts (29.03.2006) 971, 975-84, 997


    Small businesses, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 679-80w

    Small businesses, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 433w

    Small businesses, Dept for Education and Skills 1083w

    Small businesses, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 662-3w

    Small businesses, Dept for International Development 189w

    Small businesses, Dept for Work and Pensions 493-4w

    Small businesses, Dept of Trade and Industry 198-9w

    Small businesses, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 343w

    Small businesses, Ministry of Defence 535w

    Small businesses, Northern Ireland Office 212-3w

    Small businesses, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1219w

    Small businesses, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1051w

    Small businesses, Scotland Office 848w

    Small businesses, Treasury 353w

    Supermarkets, Competition 392-3

Prison accommodation

Prison Service


    Learning disability 121w

Prisoners of war

    Ministerial statements (28.03.2006) 681-90

Prisoners on remand

    Northern Ireland 416w

Prisoners' release


    Electronic equipment 608w

    Mother and baby units 122w

    Northern Ireland 538w

    Satellite broadcasting 608w

Pritchard, Mark

                  Chamber Debates

    Council tax (27.03.2006) 576-7

    Health services, Shropshire (20.03.2006) 127-9, 131-2


    Rural Payments Agency 550-1

    Venezuela, Political prisoners 919-20w


    Planning permission 1218w

Private finance initiative

Private sector


    Ministry of Defence 1005w


    Unsolicited goods and services 33w



    Dept for Work and Pensions 128-9w

    European Space Agency 513w

Professional organisations


Programme motions

    see Timetabling of bills


    Foreign and Commonwealth Office 668w

Property development

Property transfer


Prosser, Mr Gwyn


    Livestock, Exports 485w

Prostate cancer



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