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Beacon councils

Beckett, Rt Hon Margaret, Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs

                  Written Statements

    "Foreign and Commonwealth Office Departmental Report 2006" 60-2ws


    Advertising, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 995w

    Arms trade, Export controls 1626w

    Aviation, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 995w

    Burma, Arms trade 892w

    Burma, North Korea 892w

    Burma, Political prisoners 892-3w

    Career structure, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 1001w

    Consultants, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 893-4w

    Correspondence, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 1630w

    Credit cards, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 996w

    Disciplinary proceedings, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 894w

    Foreign workers, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 189w

    Health, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 1424w

    Honours, Foreigners 190w

    Iraq, Peace keeping operations 995-6w

    Iraq, Politics and government 1314-5

    Land, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 1629-30w

    Manpower, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 894w, 1001w

    Montenegro, Referendums 897w

    Nuclear weapons, Proliferation 1626w

    Official visits, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 897w, 1000w

    Overseas workers, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 1000w

    Palestinians, International assistance 1317-9

    Public expenditure, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 1416w

    Public participation, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 1423-4w

    Racial harassment, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 1001-2w

    Recruitment, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 1630-1w

    Retirement, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 894-5w

    Surveys, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 1002w

    Training, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 1002w

Bedford Hospital NHS Trust


    Primary care trusts 2011w

Bedfordshire Police

Begg, Miss Anne

                  Chamber Debates


    Pensions, Maladministration 15

Beith, Rt Hon A J

                  Chamber Debates

    Terrorism (11.05.2006) 534


    Patients, Fingerprints 936w

    Planning permission, Berwick-Upon-Tweed 925w



    Community development 525w

    National Criminal Intelligence Service 1702w

    Regional planning and development 1245w


Bellingham, Mr Henry

                  Chamber Debates

    European Communities (Deregulation) Bill, 1R (17.05.2006) 1008-10

    NHS (09.05.2006) 184

    Pensions (25.05.2006) 1667

    Whitsun adjournment debate intervention (25.05.2006) 1686


    Buckley Hall Prison, Managers 1222w

    Courts, East Anglia 159w

    Health services, East Anglia 837-8

    Prison Service, Career structure 724-5w

    Prison Service, Civil proceedings 334-5w

    Prison Service, Dual jobholding 332w

    Prison Service, Labour turnover 1530w

    Prisoners, Mentally ill 1529w

    Prisoners, Reoffenders 1515w

    Prisoners' incentives and earned privileges scheme 1049w

    Prisons, Counselling 1225w

    Prisons, Informers 214w

    Prisons, Monitoring 1701w

    Secure accommodation 217w

    Sexual offences, Victim support schemes 517-8w

    Wandsworth Prison, Informers 322w

    Wandsworth Prison, Misconduct 1222-3w

    Young offenders, Rehabilitation 216w

Benefit Fraud Inspectorate

Benn, Hilary, Secretary of State, Dept for International Development

                  Westminster Hall Debates

                  Written Statements

    "Department for International Development Departmental Report 2006" 12ws

    Sudan, Peace negotiations 26-8ws


    Afghanistan, Drugs 670w

    Afghanistan, Females 1942w

    Afghanistan, Overseas aid 248-9w

    Africa, Females 6-7w

    Africa, Politics and government 676w

    Arms trade, Developing countries 246w

    Centre for Development and Enterprise 139w

    Consultants, Dept for International Development 1779-80w

    Democratic Republic of Congo 1780-1w

    Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethnic groups 142-3w

    Democratic Republic of Congo, Sexual offences 143-5w

    Developing countries, Corruption 139-40w

    Developing countries, Maternity services 5w

    Developing countries, Water 676-7w

    Ethiopia, Overseas aid 672w

    International Development Act 2002 1188-9w

    Legislation, Dept for International Development 1943-4w

    Liberia, Rape 7w

    Malnutrition, Children 675w

    Overseas aid, Charitable donations 3w

    Palestinians, Economic situation 464w

    Palestinians, International assistance 142w, 250w

    Palestinians, Unemployment 1268w

    Public expenditure, Dept for International Development 1616w

    Sierra Leone, Overseas aid 146-7w

    Sierra Leone, Poverty 145w

    Standards, Dept for International Development 6w

    Sudan, International assistance 8w, 247w

    Sudan, Malnutrition 7-9w

    Sustainable development 301

    Uganda, Politics and government 1266w

    White papers, Dept for International Development 147w

Benton, Mr Joe


Benyon, Richard

                  Chamber Debates

    Armed Forces Bill, Com and 3R (22.05.2006) 1231, 1266-9

    Business questions intervention (18.05.2006) 1140


    Business questions 1150

    Mental health services, Finance 834-5

Bercow, Mr John

                  Chamber Debates

    Business questions intervention (11.05.2006) 507-8, 513

    Education and Inspections Bill, Rep (23.05.2006) 1345, 1350

    Education and Inspections Bill, Rep and 3R (24.05.2006) 1489-90, 1496, 1507

    Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill, Rep (15.05.2006) 715-6, 720, 726, 745

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    HIV infection, Overseas aid (11.05.2006) 158wh, 165wh

    Milton Keynes (09.05.2006) 51wh


    Africa, Females 6-7w

    Africa, HIV infection 4-5w

    Africa, Politics and government 625w, 676w

    Algeria, Detainees 622w

    Algeria, Torture 58w

    Asylum, Deportation 72w

    Asylum, Detainees 72w

    Asylum, Health services 566w

    Burma, Overseas investment 346w

    Chechnya, Torture 524w

    Democratic Republic of Congo 349w

    Democratic Republic of Congo, Arms trade 623w

    Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethnic groups 142-3w

    Democratic Republic of Congo, Sexual offences 143-5w

    Developing countries, Family planning 140-1w

    Developing countries, HIV infection 463-4w

    Developing countries, Malaria 141w

    Developing countries, Prostitution 143w

    Ethanol, Brazil 574w

    Ethiopia, Politics and government 624w, 895w

    Higher education, Industrial disputes 912w

    House of Lords, Reform 167

    India, Agriculture 462w

    International assistance 674-5w

    Jamaica, Homosexuality 1238w

    Kenya, Human rights 1421w

    Kenya, Overseas companies 432w

    Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill 2005-06 185w

    Liberia, Rape 7w

    Members, Correspondence 1814w

    Morocco, Migration 61w

    Nepal, Politics and government 1422-3w

    NHS treatment centres 1875w

    Offender assessment system 1226w

    Prisoners, Day release 1225w

    Prisons, Construction 1535w

    Prisons, Mental health services 569-71w

    Prisons, Repairs and maintenance 1224-5w

    Russia, Human rights 524w

    Russia, Racial discrimination 687-9w

    Sexual offences 726w

    Speech therapy, Greater London 1180w

    Standards, Dept for International Development 6w

    Sudan, International assistance 8w

    Sudan, Malnutrition 8-9w

    Terrorism, Detainees 1058w

    Trinidad and Tobago, Police brutality 1240w

    Turkmenistan, Human rights 197-8w

    Western Sahara, Offshore drilling 63w

    Yarls Wood Detention Centre, Health visitors 75w

Beresford, Sir Paul

                  Chamber Debates

    Police and Justice Bill, Rep and 3R (10.05.2006) 381-6

Berry, Mr Roger

                  Chamber Debates

    Education and Inspections Bill, Rep and 3R (24.05.2006) 1487-9, 1512

    Primary care trusts (16.05.2006) 863


    Local government, Equal opportunities 95w

    Local government, Procurement 926w

    Lone parents, Employment 16-7

    Spinal injuries, Rehabilitation 1886w


    Planning permission 925w

Besigye, Kizza

Betts, Mr Clive

                  Chamber Debates

    Pensions (25.05.2006) 1669


    Business questions 517


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