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Heald, Mr Oliver

                  Chamber Debates

    Electoral Administration Bill, Lords amendts (28.06.2006) 295, 297-9, 301, 306-7

    Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Code of Practice C and Code of Practice H) Order (28.06.2006) 290

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Compensation, Mesothelioma 1246

    Higher civil servants, Deputy Prime Minister 1995w

    Ministerial policy advisors, Deputy Prime Minister 1995-6w

    National insurance, Fraud 2127w

    Official cars, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1299w

    Official hospitality, Dept for Work and Pensions 1579-80w

    Official residences, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1345-6w

    Official residences, Treasury 1842-3w

    Pollution control, Deputy Prime Minister 1994w

Healey, John, Financial Secretary to the Treasury

                  Chamber Debates

    Finance (No 2) Bill, Rep and 3R (05.07.2006) 856-7

                  Written Statements

    "Office for National Statistics Report and Accounts 2005-06" 73ws


    Advertising, Treasury 1195w

    Agriculture, Manpower 1836w

    Agriculture, Subsidies 94-5w

    Air pollution, Treasury 1838w

    Buildings, Treasury 1718w

    Cellular phones, Treasury 1718w

    Command papers, Treasury 824-5w

    Congenital abnormalities, Shropshire 1246-8w

    Consultation papers, Treasury 581w

    Corporation tax, Pollution control 2107-8w

    Correspondence, Treasury 410w

    Deposited papers, Treasury 581-2w

    Disclosure of information, Treasury 995-6w

    Domestic visits, Treasury 1724w

    Drugs, Young people 1839w

    Environment protection, Treasury 829w

    EU Economic and Financial Affairs Council 1263w

    Excise duties, Biofuels 1266w

    Excise duties, Tobacco 415w

    Fuels, Northern Ireland 945-6w

    Heart diseases, Death 411w

    Heart diseases, South West region 1722w

    Higher civil servants, Treasury 367-8w

    Housing occupancy, Tamworth 92-3w

    Life expectancy, Stoke on Trent 1263-4w

    Long term unemployed, North East region 412-3w

    Manpower, Treasury 994w

    Minimum wage, Greater London 1642w

    Ministerial policy advisors, Treasury 375-6w

    Ministers' private offices, Treasury 1718w

    Natural gas, Israel 583w

    Official visits, Treasury 1634w

    Personal income 582w

    Planning permission 1630w

    Private Members' bills, Treasury 413w

    Public appointments, Treasury 1647w

    Recruitment, Treasury 413w

    Recycling, Treasury 1725w

    Registration of births deaths marriages and civil partnerships 580w, 1716-7w

    Registration of births deaths marriages and civil partnerships, Data protection 410-1w

    Research and development tax credit 998-9w

    Research and development tax credit, Fraud 1844w

    Retail prices index 1725w

    Seasonal workers, Manpower 1647w

    Suicide, Greater London 1648w

    Teenage pregnancy, Greater London 1650-2w

    Teenage pregnancy, Hampshire 2118w

    Teenage pregnancy, Lancashire 990w

    Teenage pregnancy, South West region 1722-3w

    Teenage pregnancy, Tamworth 97-8w

    Trade competitiveness 1261w

    Unemployment, Shropshire 1962w

    Visits abroad, Treasury 1718w

    Welfare tax credits 1266w


Health and Safety Executive

Health education

Health hazards

    Methyl tertiary butyl ether 1486w

Health professions

Health services

Health visitors

Hearing Aid Council (Amendment) Act 1989


Hearing aids

Hearing impaired

Heart diseases

Heath, Mr David

                  Chamber Debates

    Extradition, Emergency debates (12.07.2006) 1400, 1442-6

    Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Code of Practice C and Code of Practice H) Order (28.06.2006) 291

    Post offices, Petitions (28.06.2006) 342-3


    Environment protection, Regulation 1952w

    Offenders, Deportation 2020w

    Select committee reports 1114

    Welfare state, Reform 1102

Heathcoat-Amory, Rt Hon David

                  Chamber Debates

    Terrorism (10.07.2006) 1129


    European Court of Justice 339w

    Renewable energy 960

    Shepton Mallet Prison 646w

    Written questions, Administrative delays 1488w

Heathrow Airport

    Medical examinations 2157w


Hedges and ditches


    Deputy Prime Minister 1934w


Hemming, John

                  Chamber Debates

    Extradition, Emergency debates (12.07.2006) 1432-3

    Finance (No 2) Bill, Rep (04.07.2006) 727


    Afghanistan, Peace keeping operations 524

    Business questions 992

    Casino Advisory Panel 2101w

    Family courts, Custodial treatment 969w

    Local government finance 1759w

    Registration of births deaths marriages and civil partnerships 1621w

    Small businesses, Government assistance 247w

    Small businesses, Ministerial responsibility 80w

Henderson, Mr Doug

                  Chamber Debates

    Afghanistan (10.07.2006) 1141-2

Hendrick, Mr Mark


    EC economic policy, Reform 1451

Hendry, Mr Charles

                  Chamber Debates

    Infrastructure Audit (Housing Development) Bill, 2R adjourned (14.07.2006) 1630-6, 1640

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Post offices, Closures (11.07.2006) 377-80wh


    Electronic government, Dept for Transport 259w

    Electronic government, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 170-1w

    Electronic government, Ministry of Defence 161w

    Internet, Cabinet Office 109w

    Internet, Dept for Communities and Local Government 958-9w

    Internet, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 82w

    Internet, Dept for Education and Skills 308w

    Internet, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 1282-3w

    Internet, Dept for International Development 521-2w

    Internet, Dept for Work and Pensions 1581-2w

    Internet, Dept of Health 978-9w

    Internet, Dept of Trade and Industry 528w

    Internet, Northern Ireland Office 452w

    Nuclear power stations 965-6

    Nuclear power stations, Decommissioning 76w


Hepburn, Mr Stephen


Herbert, Nick

                  Chamber Debates

    Developing countries (13.07.2006) 1503

    Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984 (Code of Practice C and Code of Practice H) Order (28.06.2006) 281-4, 290, 292

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Police, Reorganisation (27.06.2006) 17-20wh


    Police, Reorganisation 1332w


Hercules aircraft

Hermon, Lady


    Buildings, Northern Ireland Office 448w

    Children in care, County Down 1922w

    Corporation tax, Northern Ireland 825w

    Criminal injuries compensation, Northern Ireland 357-8w

    Forester Green Hospital 1176w

    Grammar schools, Northern Ireland 592w

    Health services, Northern Ireland 362w

    Homicide, Northern Ireland 796w

    Human trafficking, Northern Ireland 950w

    Insurance, Foreign workers 858-9w

    International assistance, HIV infection 1259w

    Knockavoe School and Resource Centre 1176w

    Learning disability, Northern Ireland 1505-6w

    Manpower, Northern Ireland Office 450-1w

    Members, Correspondence 1311w

    Non-domestic rates, Northern Ireland 455w

    Offensive weapons, Northern Ireland 946w

    Organic farming, Northern Ireland 1927w

    Prisoners, Northern Ireland 203w

    Public appointments, Northern Ireland 1499w

    Public Record Office of Northern Ireland 1176-8w

    Recycling, Northern Ireland 366-7w

    Reoffenders, Northern Ireland 794w

    Reserve forces, Pay 914w

    Roads, Northern Ireland 951-3w

    Sexual offences, Reoffenders 1376-7w

    Sexuality, Northern Ireland 1505w

    Social services, Northern Ireland 595w

    Terrorism, Northern Ireland 247

    Vetting, Northern Ireland 1504w


    Sure start programme 313w

Hertfordshire Oil Storage Terminal

Hesford, Stephen

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Council housing, Standards 769w

    Financial services, Education 1468

    Golf, Liverpool 723w

Hewitt, Rt Hon Patricia, Secretary of State for Health

                  Chamber Debates

    Community hospitals, Ministerial statements (05.07.2006) 816-7, 819-32

                  Written Statements

    Health professions, Regulation 90-1ws


    Learning disability, Cornwall 1253-60

Heyes, Mr David


    Welfare tax credits, Ashton under Lyne 1466-7

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