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Skin cancer

Skinner, Mr Dennis

                  Chamber Debates

    Business questions intervention (20.04.2006) 229


    National Lottery, Disadvantaged 347

Slaughter, Andrew

                  Chamber Debates

    Neighbourhood Policing Bill, 1R (03.05.2006) 990-2


Small businesses

Smith, Rt Hon Andrew


Smith, Angela C (Sheffield Hillsborough)

                  Chamber Debates

    Offenders (26.04.2006) 587


    Countryside, Access 209

    Training schools 668w

    World Skills Olympics 692-3

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

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Fisheries, Northern Ireland (19.04.2006) 97-9wh

                  Written Statements


    Aggregates levy, Northern Ireland 460-1w

    Avian influenza, Northern Ireland 1181w

    Birth rate, Northern Ireland 465w

    Capita, Northern Ireland Office 1472-6w

    Civil partnerships, Northern Ireland 1241-2w

    Classroom assistants, Northern Ireland 471w

    Community development, Northern Ireland 1825w

    Community relations, Northern Ireland 1647-8w

    Coolkeeragh power station 474w

    Cost effectiveness, Northern Ireland Office 1185w

    Curriculum, Northern Ireland 1637w

    Debts, Advisory services 496w

    Domestic rates, Northern Ireland 1815-6w

    EC grants and loans, Northern Ireland 887w

    Economic growth, Northern Ireland 1638-9w

    Education, Hearing impaired 1242w

    Employment, Northern Ireland 476-8w

    Employment schemes, Disabled 1492w

    Equality, Religion 501w

    Ethnic groups, Northern Ireland 1477w

    Excise duties, Northern Ireland 1195w

    Farms, Northern Ireland 480w

    General certificate of secondary education, Sight impaired 508w

    Grammar schools, Northern Ireland 481w

    Greyhounds, Northern Ireland 1641w

    Harassment, Northern Ireland Office 1188-9w

    Home education, Northern Ireland 1189w

    Hotels, Northern Ireland 482w

    Housing, Northern Ireland 1637w

    Hyperactivity, Northern Ireland 459-60w

    Inflation, Northern Ireland 1642w

    Inland waterways, Northern Ireland 1195-6w

    Invest Northern Ireland, Land 1642w

    Legal opinion, Northern Ireland 1643w

    Literacy, Northern Ireland 1822w

    Local government, Northern Ireland 1487w

    Manufacturing industries, Northern Ireland 490-1w

    Mining, County Antrim 490w

    Multiple occupation, Northern Ireland 1821w

    North South implementation bodies 492-4w

    Northern Ireland Commissioner for Victims and Survivors 1180w

    Northern Ireland education and library boards 1184-6w

    Nuclear power, Northern Ireland 1639w

    Office of the Commissioner for Children and Young People for Northern Ireland 1475w

    Office of the First Minister and Deputy First Minister (Northern Ireland Executive), Manpower 1490w

    Official cars, Northern Ireland Office 1817w

    Organic farming, Northern Ireland 1186-7w

    Perinatal mortality, Northern Ireland 1194w

    Physiotherapy, Northern Ireland 497-8w

    Plastics, Northern Ireland 498w

    Pollution control, Northern Ireland 1186w

    Population, Northern Ireland 1818w

    Postgraduate education, Northern Ireland 1243w

    Poverty, Northern Ireland 727w

    Pre-school education, Northern Ireland 1493w

    Public sector, Northern Ireland 1494w

    Pupil exclusions, Northern Ireland 1193w

    Race relations, Northern Ireland 1470w

    Rates and rating, Northern Ireland 1822w

    Recruitment, Northern Ireland Office 474-6w

    Recycling, Northern Ireland 1494-5w

    Regeneration, Belfast 1818w

    Renewable energy, Northern Ireland 553-4

    School leaving, Qualifications 1480w

    Sick leave, Northern Ireland Office 1477w

    Speech therapy, Northern Ireland 1826w

    Standard assessment tasks, Northern Ireland 1192w

    Student numbers, Northern Ireland 1038-9w

    Taxis, Northern Ireland 1649w

    Teenage pregnancy, Northern Ireland 462-6w

    Ulster University, Disciplinary proceedings 1246w

    Unemployment, Londonderry 1195w

    Urban areas, Northern Ireland 1827w

    White fish, Northern Ireland 509w

    World heritage sites, Northern Ireland Office 729-30w

Smith, Geraldine


    Business questions 235

    Departmental reorganisation, Home Office 964

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


    Antisocial behaviour, Greater London 176-8w

    Capital City Academy, Standards 151-2w

    Children, Armed forces 1763w

    City academies, Manpower 1588w

    Class sizes, East Riding 575-6w

    Class sizes, Lancashire 1001w

    Creationism, Curriculum 1758w

    Crimes of violence, Cellular phones 163-4w

    Education, West Midlands 145-6w

    Free school meals 163w

    General certificate of secondary education, Standards 161-2w, 789-90w

    Headteachers, Dismissal 947w

    Headteachers, Kingston upon Hull 946-7w

    Headteachers, Vacancies 1256w

    Local education business partnerships 162w

    National College for School Leadership 705

    Personal social and health education, Motorcycles 168w

    Pre-school education, Finance 999w

    Primary education, Literacy 174-5w

    Private education, Registration 160w

    Pupil exclusions, Greater London 163-4w

    Pupil exclusions, Lancashire 948-9w

    Pupil exclusions, West Yorkshire 1759-60w

    Pupil referral units 948w

    Pupils, Intimidation 156w

    Pupils, Southend on Sea 796w

    Schools, Asbestos 941w

    Schools, Cooperation 163w

    Schools, Discipline 706

    Schools, Lincolnshire 1762w

    Schools, Private finance initiative 795-6w

    Schools, Standards 795w

    Schools, Vending machines 177-8w

    Secondary education, Admissions 795-8w

    Sixth form education, Admissions 180w

    Teachers, Resignations 1004w

    Teachers, Working hours 1767w

    Teaching methods, Finance 173-4w

    Vocational education 165w

Smith, Mr John


    Community support officers, Wales 954

Smith, Sir Robert

                  Chamber Debates

    Finance (No 2) Bill, 2R (24.04.2006) 443

    Finance (No 2) Bill, Com (03.05.2006) 1059-60

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