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Sick leave

    Child Support Agency 725w

Sierra Leone

Sight impaired

    General certificate of secondary education 697-8w

    Health services 141w

    Social services 146w

Simmonds, Mr Mark

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Developing countries, Tuberculosis (21.03.2006) 32-6wh


    Africa, International assistance 621-2w

    Asia, International assistance 834

    Home information packs 58w

    International assistance 372-4w

    Somalia, Politics and government 986-8w

Simon, Mr Sion


    Sex, Health services 969w

Simpson, Mr Alan

                  Chamber Debates

    Political parties (20.03.2006) 29


    Buildings, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 651w

    Buildings, Dept for Education and Skills 1085w

    Buildings, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 843w

    Buildings, Ministry of Defence 22w

    Buildings, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1219-20w

    Buildings, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1050w

    Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill 2005-06 203w, 679w

    Natural gas, Prices 402-3

    Pensions, Insolvency 1205w

Simpson, David


    Biofuels, Northern Ireland 680w

    Council housing, Northern Ireland 208-10w

    Festivals and special occasions, Belfast 206-7w

    Manufacturing industries 400

    Paedophilia, Northern Ireland 535-6w

    Religion, Northern Ireland 204w

Simpson, Mr Keith

                  Chamber Debates

    Territorial Army (23.03.2006) 434

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Agriculture, Subsidies (29.03.2006) 290-2wh


    Police, Reorganisation 16

    Rural Payments Agency 551-2

    Security guards, Licensing 473w

    Taha, Rihab 83w

Single parents

    see Lone parents


Skinner, Mr Dennis

                  Chamber Debates

    Political parties (20.03.2006) 27


Small businesses

    Dept for Constitutional Affairs 679-80w

    Dept for Culture Media and Sport 433w

    Dept for Education and Skills 1083w

    Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 662-3w

    Dept for International Development 189w

    Dept for Work and Pensions 493-4w

    Dept of Trade and Industry 198-9w

    Foreign and Commonwealth Office 343w

    Ministry of Defence 535w

    Northern Ireland Office 212-3w

    Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1219w

    Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1051w

    Scotland Office 848w

Small claims

Smith, Rt Hon Andrew

                  Chamber Debates

    Budget March 2006 (22.03.2006) 310


    Belarus, Politics and government 1023-4w

    Children in care 96w

    Council tax benefits, Oxford 718-9w

    Fusion reactors, Finance 389w

    General certificate of secondary education 100-1w

    M62, Car sharing 991w

    Students, Loans 397w

    Teachers, Training 396w

Smith, Angela C (Sheffield Hillsborough)


    Training schools 113w

Smith, Angela E, (Basildon), Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Northern Ireland Office

                  Written Statements

    "Companies Registry Annual Report 2005" 33ws

    Forestry, Northern Ireland 31-3ws

    "Registrar of Credit Unions Annual Report 2005" 33ws


    Aerials, Northern Ireland 209w

    Agriculture, Northern Ireland 926w

    Animal welfare, Northern Ireland 205w

    Assembly Ombudsman for Northern Ireland 210w

    Average earnings, Northern Ireland 1185-6w

    Biofuels, Northern Ireland 680w

    Bioscience and Technology Institute 40w

    British Irish Council 1042w

    Caravans, Northern Ireland 40-1w

    Chartermark scheme, Northern Ireland 682-4w

    Civil servants, Northern Ireland 683-6w

    Coastal areas, Northern Ireland 685-6w

    Elderly, Northern Ireland 45w

    Employment agencies, Northern Ireland 694-5w

    Environment protection, Northern Ireland 927w

    Fly posting, Northern Ireland 690w

    Fly tipping, Northern Ireland 415w, 691w

    Higher civil servants, Northern Ireland 1041-2w

    Higher education, Northern Ireland 1048w

    Industrial disputes, Northern Ireland 693w

    Invest Northern Ireland 692w

    Learning disability, Northern Ireland 48-9w

    Monuments, Northern Ireland 49w

    North South implementation bodies, Intimidation 42w

    Northern Ireland education and library boards, Finance 687-8w

    Northern Ireland Equality Commission, Political parties 1187-8w

    Planning permission, Northern Ireland 695-6w, 928w

    Primary education, Northern Ireland 696-8w

    Public appointments, Northern Ireland 209-11w

    Rates and rating, Northern Ireland 928-9w

    Recruitment, Northern Ireland 697w

    Religion, Northern Ireland 204w

    Schools, Northern Ireland 49-50w

    Schools, Vandalism 699w

    Secondary education, Londonderry 211w

    Secondary education, Northern Ireland 1047-8w

    Sight impaired, Northern Ireland 697-8w

    Solar power, Northern Ireland 688-9w

    Special educational needs, Northern Ireland 213w, 1043w

    Teachers, Northern Ireland 537w

    Unemployment, Northern Ireland 688w

    Youth services, Newcastle County Down 680w

Smith, Geraldine

                  Chamber Debates

    Political parties (20.03.2006) 27-8

Smith, Rt Hon Jacqui, Minister of State for Schools, Dept for Education and Skills

                  Written Statements

    City academies, Construction 28-9ws


    Assessments, Internet 882w

    Bishop Wulstan School Rugby, Standards 214w, 1073w

    Class sizes, Lewes 551w

    Clayton Hall Business and Language College 113w

    Climate change, Curriculum 879w

    Disadvantaged, Peterborough 1076w

    Education, Finance 897w

    Education, Kent 646w

    Education, Professional organisations 104-5w

    Educational institutions, Energy 545-6w

    Examination boards, Competition 218w

    Faith schools, Islam 109w

    Free school meals, East Riding 548w

    Further education, Finance 540w

    Further education, Hampshire 882-6w

    General certificate of secondary education 100-1w

    General certificate of secondary education, Coventry 1077-8w

    General certificate of secondary education, Cumbria 221-2w

    General certificate of secondary education, Fees and charges 546-7w

    General certificate of secondary education, Greater Manchester 218w

    General certificate of secondary education, Lewes 895-6w

    General certificate of secondary education, Tamworth 98w

    Headteachers, Plymouth 98w

    Headteachers, Religion 1085w

    Information and communications technology, Standard assessment tasks 99-100w

    Mother tongue instruction 1078w

    Nursery schools, Standards 1079w

    Office for Standards in Education, Ethnic groups 646w

    Olympic Games, Greater London 876w

    Physical education, Primary education 104w

    Pupil exclusions, Lancashire 221w

    Pupils, Nutrition 550w

    School meals, Greater London 1081-2w

    Schools, Collective worship 887-8w

    Schools, Drinking water 216-7w

    Schools, Ergonomics 546w

    Schools, Fire prevention 549w

    Schools, Inspections 889w

    Schools, Marketing 879w

    Schools, Racial discrimination 549w

    Schools, Racial violence 105w

    Schools, Sports 106w

    Schools, Transport 547w

    Schools, Yorkshire and Humberside 93w

    Secondary education, Admissions 108-9w

    Special educational needs 552w

    Special educational needs, Lancashire 896-7w

    Special educational needs, Pupil exclusions 110w, 1084-6w

    Teachers, Conditions of employment 106-8w

    Teachers, Official publications 880w

    Teaching aids, Parents 100w

    Training schools 113w

Smith, Mr John


    Armed forces, Education 537

    Courts, Domestic violence 871w

Smith, Sir Robert

                  Chamber Debates

    Identity Cards Bill, Lords amendts (21.03.2006) 195, (29.03.2006) 890

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Post office card account (22.03.2006) 101wh


    Energy, EC internal trade 196w

    VAT, Service industries 23-4w


    Mental health services 805w

Smoking Health and Social Care (Scotland) Act 2005 (Consequential Modifications) (England Wales and Northern Ireland) Order 2006

                  Chamber Debates


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