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    Disciplinary proceedings 1517w

    Palace of Westminster 1907w

    Yorkshire and Humberside 1048w

Police and Justice Bill 2005-06

                  Chamber Debates

Police brutality

    Trinidad and Tobago 1240w

Police Complaints Authority

Police Complaints Independent Commission

    see Independent Police Complaints Commission

Police custody

Police Procedures and Soham Murders Inquiry

    see Procedures Relating to Soham Murders Inquiry

Police Service of Northern Ireland

    Driving under influence 873-4w

Police stations

Political activities

    Local government 926w

Political parties

Political prisoners

Political refugees

    see Asylum

Politics and government


Pollution control

    Climate change 16w

Polybrominated biphenyl ethers

Pope, Mr Greg



Portcullis House

Portland PR

    Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1186w

    Dept for Culture Media and Sport 1928w

    Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 1820w

    Dept for International Development 1190w

    Foreign and Commonwealth Office 1864w

    Leader of the House of Commons 483w

    Ministry of Defence 871w

    Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 920w

Porton Down




Possession rights

Post office card account

Post offices

Postal services


Poultry meat

Pound, Mr Stephen

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    World economy 492


Power failures

Power stations


    Mental health services 1102w

Pregnant women

    Yarls Wood Detention Centre 1231-2w

Premier Aggregates

    Petitions (10.05.2006) 474-6

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

                  Chamber Debates

    Legislative and Regulatory Reform Bill, Rep (15.05.2006) 797-805, 810

                  Written Statements

    Elections, City of London 91-2ws

    Legal Services Bill (Draft) 87-8ws


    Absent voting, Greater London 1472w

    Absent voting, Pilot schemes 490w

    Absent voting, Tower Hamlets 1734w

    Asylum and Immigration Tribunal, Administrative delays 163-4

    Census, Freedom of information 485-6w

    Credit cards, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1731-2w

    Day care, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 486w

    Debt collection, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 913w

    Departmental responsibilities, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1940w

    Disabled, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 119w

    Elections, Fraud 159w

    Electoral Commission, Boundary commissions 1472w

    Electoral register, Dorset 366-7w

    Freedom of information, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1836-7w

    House of Lords, Reform 166-7

    Information and communications technology, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1732-3w, 1837w

    Legislation, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1469w

    Lost property, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 733w

    Non-departmental public bodies, Finance 160w

    Northern Ireland Court Service, Tribunals 1471-2w

    Official hospitality, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 734w

    Personal injury, Compensation 124-5w

    Recruitment, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 161w

    Retirement, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 486w

    Solicitors, Complaints 1940w

    Training, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 735w

    Utilities, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 366w

    Visits abroad, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 731w

Prentice, Mr Gordon

                  Chamber Debates

    Education and Inspections Bill, Rep (23.05.2006) 1345

    Education and Inspections Bill, Rep and 3R (24.05.2006) 1591


    Anatomy, Exhibitions 381w

    Business questions 1643

    Cellular phones, Health hazards 1173-4w

    Departmental responsibilities 819w

    Departmental responsibilities, Dept for Communities and Local Government 1652w

    Developing countries, Fisheries 1063w

    Digital broadcasting, North West region 979w

    Elections, Fraud 159w

    Electoral register, Nationality 1428-9w

    House of Commons, Public statues 169

    Housing, Standards 818w

    Iran, Nuclear power 997w

    Islam, Politics and government 1322-3

    Mackintosh, Cameron 467w

    Market town initiative 1203w

    Military exercises, Casualties 860w

    Ministerial duties, Deputy Prime Minister 1254w

    Ministers, Performance appraisal 819w

    Multiple sclerosis, Medical treatments 1107w

    Occupational pensions 7

    Official residences 467w

    Police, Reorganisation 702

    Press Complaints Commission, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1837-8w

    Prisons, Expenditure 1711w

    Unmanned air vehicles 954w

    Urban areas, Road traffic control 1399w

    Written questions, Administrative delays 963-4w

Prescott, Rt Hon John, Deputy Prime Minister and First Secretary of State


    Accountability, Deputy Prime Minister 1254w

    Climate Change Convention, Latin America 987-8

    Leave, Deputy Prime Minister 984w

    Members, Correspondence 1841w

    Ministers' private offices, Deputy Prime Minister 1840w

    Official cars, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1973w

    Public expenditure, Deputy Prime Minister 1254w

    Public sector, Pensions 982-4

Prescription drugs


Pre-sentence reports


    Regulation (08.05.2006) 143-50

Press Complaints Commission

    Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1837-8w

Press releases

    Electoral Commission 1342w

Preventive technology grant

Price, Adam


    Arms trade, Export controls 1424w

    Iraq, Peace keeping operations 1320-1w

    Military aircraft, Wales 1808w

    Natural gas, Pipelines 1453w

    Roads, Capital investment 1078w


Primarolo, Rt Hon Dawn, Paymaster General


    Black economy, West Midlands 283w

    Capital gains tax, Tax thresholds 1132w

    Citizen information project 1074w

    Corporation tax, Voluntary organisations 290w

    Correspondence, Treasury 1428w

    Council tax, Valuation 1079w

    Customs, Newhaven 284w

    Customs unions, EC action 1077w

    Debt collection, Private sector 86w

    Elections, Expenditure 1079w

    Enterprise investment scheme, Car sharing 1073w

    Finance (No 2) Bill 2005-06 135w

    Import duties, Bananas 1067w

    Import duties, Rice 1083w

    Income tax, Tax rates and bands 1133w

    Inheritance tax, Northern Ireland 1081w

    Inheritance tax, Tax thresholds 1133-4w

    Married personal allowance 284w

    Revenue and Customs, Compensation 279w

    Revenue and Customs, Conferences 1430-1w

    Revenue and Customs, Databases 1079w

    Revenue and Customs, Internet 1647w

    Revenue and Customs, Job satisfaction 287-8w

    Revenue and Customs, Telephone services 1845-7w

    Taxation, General practitioners 282-3w

    Taxation, Self-assessment 289w

    Telephone services, Treasury 1087-8w

    Welfare tax credits, Advisory services 1084-5w

    Welfare tax credits, Doncaster 280w

    Welfare tax credits, Peterborough 287w

    Welfare tax credits, Tamworth 288w

    Welfare tax credits, Telephone services 449w, 1441w

    Welfare tax credits, Welsh language 1651w

    Welfare tax credits, West Midlands 1134w

    Working tax credit, West Yorkshire 438w

    Written questions, Administrative delays 447w

    Written questions, Treasury 1430w

Primary care trusts

    Ministerial statements (16.05.2006) 849-66

    Public appointments 2007w

Primary education

Prime Minister

    BDO Stoy Hayward 819w

    Information and communications technology 1981-2w

    Members' interests 63w

    Ministerial policy advisors 1318w

    Private Members' bills 1983w

Prince Andrew

Princess Royal Barracks

Priority routes

Prisk, Mr Mark

                  Chamber Debates

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Sunday trading (23.05.2006) 425-7wh


    Electronic equipment, Waste disposal 1637-8w

    Small businesses, Dept of Health 562w

Prison accommodation

Prison governors

    Disciplinary proceedings 330-2w

Prison sentences

Prison Service

    Dual jobholding 332w

"Prison Service Annual Report and Accounts, 2003/04"

Prisoner escapes


Prisoners incentives and earned privileges scheme

Prisoners of war

Prisoners' release

Prisoners' transfers


Pritchard, Mark

                  Chamber Debates

    Climate Change and Sustainable Energy Bill, 3R (12.05.2006) 621

    Pensions (25.05.2006) 1661


    Defence, West Midlands 1187

    Duchy of Lancaster, Shropshire 310w

    Higher education, China 1616

    Members, Voting rights 158w

    Occupational pensions 7

    Unemployment, West Midlands 449w

Private education

Private finance initiative

    Broomfield Hospital Chelmsford 310, 931w

    University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust 932w

Private Members' bills

    Dept for Communities and Local Government 2064w

    Dept for Culture Media and Sport 1793w

    Leader of the House of Commons 1984w

    Ministry of Defence 1995w

    Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1939w

Private sector

    Debt collection 86w

    Dept for Work and Pensions 1798w

    Foreign and Commonwealth Office 1965-6w

    Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1938w

    University Hospital of North Staffordshire NHS Trust 407w

Private Tenancies (Northern Ireland) Order 2006

                  Chamber Debates

    (15.05.2006) 818


    British Nuclear Group 257w


Probation officers

Procedures Relating to Soham Murders Inquiry

Processed food


    Joint strike fighter aircraft 958-9w

    Ministry of Defence 1606w

    Northern Ireland Office 528w

    Transport Direct 952w

Professional organisations

Programme motions

    see Timetabling of bills


Proof of identity

    Dept for Communities and Local Government 928w


    Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1732w

Property development

Property transfer

Proscribed organisations


    Antisocial behaviour 2039w

    Sexual offences 158w

Prosser, Mr Gwyn

                  Chamber Debates

    Education and Inspections Bill, Rep and 3R (24.05.2006) 1548

Prostate cancer


    Developing countries 143w

    Human trafficking 515w

Protection of Private Gardens (Housing Development) Bill 2005-06

                  Chamber Debates

    2R order read (12.05.2006) 676

Protection of Runaway and Missing Children Bill 2005-06

                  Chamber Debates

    2R order read (12.05.2006) 676


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