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Bacon, Mr Richard

                  Chamber Debates

    Offenders (26.04.2006) 577, (03.05.2006) 984

    Offenders, Points of order (25.04.2006) 500

Bacterial diseases


    see Bovine tuberculosis

BAE Systems

    Saudi Arabia 72w


Bailey, Mr Adrian

                  Chamber Debates

    Offenders (03.05.2006) 986

                  Westminster Hall Debates

Baird, Vera

                  Chamber Debates

    Energy Policy Progress Review, Human rights (02.05.2006) 942-6


    Civil proceedings, Crimes of violence 1660w

    Crown Prosecution Service 817-8w

    Dental services 12

    Human rights, Private sector 1068w

    Magistrates' courts 1670w

Baker, Norman

                  Chamber Debates

    Independent School Closures (Provision for Pupils) Bill, 1R (26.04.2006) 591-3


    A27, Beddingham 992w

    Accountability, Minister without Portfolio 1634w

    Armed forces, Training 622w

    Cabinet Office Strategy Board, Public appointments 13-4w

    Central point of expertise on timber 1235-7w

    China, Human rights 481-2

    Coroners, Intelligence services 1666-7w

    Coroners, Oxfordshire 1667w

    Delivery Unit, Standards 851-2w

    Departmental reorganisation, Prime Minister 400w, 1674w

    Electronic publishing, Dept for International Development 1555-6w

    Electronic publishing, Dept of Health 1534-8w

    Electronic publishing, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 1395w

    Electronic publishing, Ministry of Defence 1347-8w

    Flood control, Finance 976w

    Foreign Policy Centre 863w

    Foreign Policy Centre, Finance 780w

    Freedom of information, Prime Minister 400-1w

    Honours, Foreigners 81-2w

    Inquiries, Public appointments 1668w

    Internet, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1662-4w

    Internet, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 1232-4w

    Internet, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 1565w

    Internet, Dept of Trade and Industry 1365w

    Internet, Leader of the House of Commons 895w

    Internet, Northern Ireland Office 1815w

    Internet, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 819w

    Internet, Prime Minister 1673w

    Iraq, Chemical weapons 1270w

    Judiciary, Mass media 1670w

    Military intelligence, Manpower 674w

    Ministers, Disclosure of information 771w, 1727w

    Nuclear power, Accidents 1377w

    Nuclear weapons, Proliferation 1148-9w

    Official cars, Minister without Portfolio 1634w

    Pay, Cabinet Office 1052w

    Political activities, Prime Minister 922w

    Poultry, Health hazards 229w

    Private education, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 78-9w

    Publications, Cabinet Office 15w

    Queen Elizabeth II, Helicopters 60w

    Radio, Hampshire 15w

    Registration of births deaths marriages and civil partnerships 1387w, 1662w

    Royal train 60w

    Seaford Drill Hall 628w

    10 Downing Street, Repairs and maintenance 400w, 1672-3w

    Written questions, Minister without Portfolio 1635w

Baldry, Tony

                  Chamber Debates

    Housing Corporation (Delegation) Etc Bill, 2R (25.04.2006) 505, 511, 514-7

    Offenders (20.04.2006) 254


    Cemeteries, Surveys 37w

    Child Support Agency, Maladministration 717-8w

    Churches, Listed buildings 894-5w

    Equal pay, Civil servants 1756w

    Jobcentre Plus, Oxfordshire 417-8w

    Market town initiative 208

    Telephone services, Dept for Work and Pensions 410w


    Peace keeping operations 2ws

Ballistic missile defence

Balls, Edward

                  Chamber Debates

    Finance (No 2) Bill, Com (02.05.2006) 931, 933, 935

    Robbery, Money (24.04.2006) 475


    Further education, Parents 165w

    Higher education, Yorkshire and Humberside 164-6w

    Housing, Owner occupation 513w

    Licensing laws, West Yorkshire 1358w

    Pupil exclusions, West Yorkshire 1759-60w

    Rwanda, Literacy 531w

    Shared ownership schemes, Wakefield 513-4w

    Sure start programme, Maternity payments 1606-7w

Bank of Credit and Commerce International

Bank services


Banks, Gordon

                  Chamber Debates

    Offenders (26.04.2006) 587


    Business questions 1109

    Hospitals, Waiting lists 558-9

Barker, Gregory

                  Chamber Debates

    Finance (No 2) Bill, 2R (24.04.2006) 459

    Offenders (26.04.2006) 589


    Birds, Import controls 987w

    Chewing gum, Fixed penalties 805w

    Climate change levy 542w

    Refrigerators, Waste disposal 749-50w

Barnet Primary Care Trust

    Finance 10


Baron, Mr John


    Armed forces, Pesticides 623w

    Bone marrow disorders, Donors 1296-7w

    Exservicemen, Radiation exposure 1273w

    NHS, Reorganisation 209w

    NHS Litigation Authority, Finance 195w

    Nuclear weapons, Testing 1273w

Oxygen, Pharmacy 1781w

Barrett, John

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Welfare tax credits, Overpayments (02.05.2006) 430-4wh, 436wh


    Afghanistan, Drugs 522w

    Afghanistan, Reconstruction 521w

    Africa, Overseas aid 890w

    Developing countries, Sanitary protection 890-1w

    Global Fund to Fight AIDS Tuberculosis and Malaria 1116-7w

    Post office card account, Edinburgh 715-6w

    Revenue and Customs, Personnel management 1717w

    Revenue and Customs, Scotland 1716-8w

    Social security benefits, Edinburgh 716w

    Telephone services, Dept for Work and Pensions 410w

Barron, Rt Hon Kevin


    NHS, Vacancies 3

Basic skills

    Ministry of Defence 181w


    Driving offences 360w


Battle, Rt Hon John


    Colombia, Human rights 74-5w

    Colombia, Military aid 4w

    Colombia, Politics and government 74-5w

Bayley, Hugh


    Cancer, Yorkshire and Humberside 871-2w

    Church Commissioners, Charities 354-5

    Council tax, Yorkshire and Humberside 800w

    Higher education, Admissions 592w

    Housing benefit, Expenditure 406-8w

    Housing benefit, Young people 407w

    Local government, Manpower 516-8w

    Written questions, Administrative delays 585w


    Digital broadcasting 646w

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