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Pregnant women

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

                  Chamber Debates

    Electoral Administration Bill, Lords amendts (28.06.2006) 293-7, 308

    Electoral Commission (03.07.2006) 619-22

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Magistrates' courts, Sutton (05.07.2006) 276-80wh

                  Written Statements

    Office for Legal Complaints 1ws


    Absent voting, Fraud 1732w

    Air pollution, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1615w

    Aviation, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1344w

    Barristers, Northern Ireland 568-9w

    Census, Disclosure of information 303w

    Civil proceedings 967w

    Compensation, Personal injury 1993w

    Elections, Lancashire 1735w

    Electoral register, Ethnic groups 1992w

    Environment protection, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1992w

    Fixed penalties, Northern Ireland 361w

    Football, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1992w

    Homicide, Northern Ireland 796-7w

    Law Society, Complaints 1736w

    Legal profession, Regulation 1892-3w

    Legislation, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 303w

    Ministerial policy advisors, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 569w

    National Archives 306w

    Northern Ireland Court Service, Procurement 974w

    Office for Legal Complaints 1732-3w

    Overseas visitors, Entry clearances 1891-2w

    Pay, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 303-4w

    Pensions, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 565w

    Polling stations, Languages 1993w

    Post offices, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 443w, 971-2w

    Public expenditure, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1890w

    Voting rights, Prisoners 111w

Prentice, Mr Gordon

                  Chamber Debates

    Police, Points of order (12.07.2006) 1395

    Welfare tax credits (11.07.2006) 1290


    Armed forces, Corporal punishment 2121w

    Armed forces, Telephones 1426w

    Employment, Muslims 74w

    Health services, Overseas visitors 2079-80w

    Local government, Reorganisation 1554w

    North West Strategic Health Authority, Public appointments 1233-4w

    Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration, Dept for Education and Skills 105w

    Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 22w

    Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration, Dept for Work and Pensions 2013w

    Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration, Oral questions 1859w

    Planning, Renewable energy 763w

    Railways, Standards 1239

Prescott, John

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


    Equal opportunities, Deputy Prime Minister 788w

    Football, Deputy Prime Minister 1995w

    Gaming clubs, Thames Gateway 1507w

    Higher civil servants, Deputy Prime Minister 1995w

    Manpower, Deputy Prime Minister 787-9w

    Ministerial policy advisors, Deputy Prime Minister 1995-6w

    Ministers' private offices, Deputy Prime Minister 456w

    Official cars, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 1299w

    Official engagements, Deputy Prime Minister 788w

    Official residences, Deputy Prime Minister 789w

    Pollution control, Deputy Prime Minister 1994w

    Post offices, Rural areas 520w

    Public expenditure, Deputy Prime Minister 787w, 1507w

    Training, Deputy Prime Minister 787w

    USA, Deputy Prime Minister 1995w

    Visits abroad, Deputy Prime Minister 1994-5w

Prescription drugs


    Fees and charges 621w

"President of Appeal Tribunals Report 2005-06"

Press freedom

Press releases


    Revenue and Customs 369w

Price, Adam

                  Chamber Debates


    Afghanistan, Peace keeping operations 526

    Average earnings, Wales 803

    Low flying, Scotland 2121w

    Public expenditure 1474

    Railways, Standards 1238


    Renewable energy 77w

Primarolo, Rt Hon Dawn, Paymaster General

                  Chamber Debates

    Welfare tax credits, Ministerial statements (11.07.2006) 1281-2, 1284-93


    Capital gains tax 824w

    Child benefit, EC nationals 1263w

    Corporation tax, Northern Ireland 825w

    Customs officers, Northern Ireland 369w

    Drug seizures, South West region 993w

    Export controls, Expenditure 1719w

    Firearms, Falmouth 994w

    Human trafficking, Wales 1725w

    Income tax, Tax rates and bands 996-7w

    Insolvency, Pensions 1198w

    Ministerial Group on Youth Volunteering 1723-4w

    Personal income 583w

    Personal income, Tamworth 93w

    Personal income, Yeovil 995w

    Phoenix Engineering, Taxation 997w

    Poverty, Hartlepool 373w

    Poverty, Yeovil 997w

    Revenue and Customs, Administrative delays 830w

    Revenue and Customs, Data protection 92w, 2107w

    Revenue and Customs, Kendal 2108w

    Revenue and Customs, Preston 369w

    Revenue and Customs, Redundancy 1723w

    Revenue and Customs, Yeovil 1640w

    "Revenue and Customs Departmental Report, 2006" 414w

    Seized articles, Suffolk 994-5w

    Tax allowances, Companies 367w

    Taxation, Ministers 94w

    Taxation, Self-assessment 1197w

    VAT, Construction 378w

    VAT, Housing improvement 98-9w

    VAT, Postage stamps 1966w

    VAT, Social rented housing 378w

    VAT, Sunglasses 90w

    VAT, Sunscreens 998w

    Voluntary work, Young people 996w

    Welfare tax credits, Ashton under Lyne 1466-7

    Welfare tax credits, Carers 377w

    Welfare tax credits, Females 1509w

    Welfare tax credits, Fraud 1962w

    Welfare tax credits, Luton 377w

    Welfare tax credits, Overpayments 998w

Primary care trusts

    Gloucestershire 615w

    Operating costs 806w

Primary education

    Class sizes 259

Prime Minister

    Mineral waters 89w

    Official hospitality 89w

    Sovereign Strategy 90w

Prime Minister's questions

Prince Charles

Princess Royal Barracks

Prisk, Mr Mark

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Air traffic control, South East region 1266w

Prison accommodation

Prison Reform (Mental Health) Bill 2005-06

                  Chamber Debates

    2R order read (14.07.2006) 1662

Prison sentences

Prison Service

    Charitable donations 1901w

    Racial discrimination 1788w

Prisoner escapes

    Hollesley Bay Prison 877w


    Northern Ireland 203w

    Self-mutilation 885w

Prisoners of war

Prisoners' release

    Community care grants 1577w

Prisoners' transfers


    EU emissions trading scheme 1666w

    Information and communications technology 1787w

    Information services 1677w

Prisons Inspectorate

    see HM Inspectorate of Prisons

Pritchard, Mark

                  Chamber Debates

    Defence Logistics Organisation, Points of order (04.07.2006) 653

    Ministerial statements, Points of order (10.07.2006) 1149

    Oral question time intervention (13.07.2006) 1476


    Afghanistan, Human rights 340w

    Armed forces, Radio 1427w

    Armed forces, Training 703w

    BBC External Services, China 1274w

    Belarus, Press freedom 1150w

    Cathedrals, Repairs and maintenance 513

    Fertility, Medical treatments 1622w

    Homelessness 644

    Iraq, Peace keeping operations 17

    Select committee reports 1112-4

    Tattooing, Plastic surgery 2086w

Private finance initiative

    Dept for Communities and Local Government 1887-8w

Private Members' bills

    Dept for Communities and Local Government 146w

    Dept for Constitutional Affairs 568w

    Dept for Culture Media and Sport 916w

    Dept for Education and Skills 312w

    Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 1290w

    Dept for Work and Pensions 64w

    Foreign and Commonwealth Office 438w

    Ministry of Defence 402w

    Northern Ireland Office 1775w

Private sector

Private Security Industry Act 2001 (Amendments to Schedule 2) Order 2006

                  Chamber Debates

    (05.07.2006) 942

Privy Council

    Higher civil servants 379w



Probation boards

Probation officers

Proceeds of crime


    Medical equipment 991w

    NHS treatment centres 323w

    Northern Ireland Court Service 974w

    Northern Ireland Office 1502w


    Government departments 584w

Programme motions

    see Timetabling of bills


Proof of identity


Proscribed organisations


    Building regulations 288w

Prosser, Mr Gwyn

                  Chamber Debates

    Community hospitals (05.07.2006) 824


    Primary education, Kent 254

Prostate cancer


    see also Child prostitution

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

                  Chamber Debates

    2R order read (14.07.2006) 1662

Protection of Runaway and Missing Children Bill 2005-06

                  Chamber Debates

    2R order read (14.07.2006) 1662

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