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Kaufman, Rt Hon Sir Gerald

                  Chamber Debates

    Middle East (17.07.2006) 29

    Middle East, Armed conflict (20.07.2006) 542-4

    Terrorism Act 2000 (Proscribed Organisations) (Amendment) Order (20.07.2006) 507


Kawczynski, Daniel

                  Chamber Debates

    Middle East (18.07.2006) 166

    Middle East, Armed conflict (20.07.2006) 514

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Agriculture, Subsidies 2558w

    Bovine tuberculosis, Disease control 454

    British Sugar, Shropshire 579w

    Libyan Arab Republic 982w

    Libyan Arab Republic, Oil 627-8w

    North Africa, Illegal immigrants 1279w

    Pensioners, Shrewsbury 1589w

    Police, Reorganisation 562w

    Police, Shrewsbury 558w

    Post Office, Franchises 1528w

    Post offices, Shrewsbury 298w

    WH Smith, Postal services 1528w


Keeble, Ms Sally

                  Chamber Debates

    Administration of justice (20.07.2006) 485

    Child Support Agency (24.07.2006) 612

    Home Office (19.07.2006) 333


    Local government, Training 1670w

    Mental health services, Northamptonshire 664-6w

    Olympic Games, Greater London 101w

Keeley, Barbara

                  Chamber Debates

    Middle East (17.07.2006) 31-2

    Middle East, Armed conflict (20.07.2006) 548, 559-60

Keen, Ann


Keetch, Mr Paul


    Agriculture, Subsidies 2027w

    Arms trade, Saudi Arabia 218w

    Hearing impaired, Herefordshire 658w

    Iraq, Peace keeping operations 767w

    Medical treatments, Finance 2135-6w

    National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence, Medical equipment 2135w

    Postal services 447w

    Transport, Schools 678w

Kelly, David

    see also David Kelly Death Inquiry

Kelly, Rt Hon Ruth, Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government and Minister for Women

                  Written Statements

    "Commission for Racial Equality Report and Accounts 2005" 63ws

Kemp, Fraser


    Broadband, North East region 1517-8w

    Children, Poverty 874w

    Disability living allowance, Sunderland 2583-4w

    Investment, North East region 1057w

    Minimum wage, Tyne and Wear 1380-1w

    Paedophilia, Northumberland 556-7w

    Pensioners, Council tax 1580w

    Telephone exchanges 1518w

    Television, Licensing 965w

    Vocational training, Tyne and Wear 1473-4w

    Welfare tax credits, North East region 622-3w

    Winter fuel payments, Sunderland 1593w




Kettering General Hospital NHS Trust

    Public appointments 1223w

Key, Mr Robert


    Closed circuit television, Rural areas 1754w

    Defence, Procurement 580

    Standard assessment tasks 314w

    Treaties, Arms trade 723

Khabra, Mr Piara S


Khan, Sadiq

                  Chamber Debates


Khmer Rouge


Kidney, Mr David

                  Chamber Debates

    Administration of justice (20.07.2006) 481

    Wildlife, Petitions (19.07.2006) 423


    Schools, Vetting 197w

King Committee

    see Intelligence and Security Committee

King's Cross Station

Kingston upon Hull

Kirkbride, Miss Julie

                  Chamber Debates

    Immigration and Nationality Directorate (25.07.2006) 748


    Antisocial behaviour orders 1738w

Knight, Rt Hon Greg

                  Chamber Debates

    Commissioner for Older People (Wales) Bill (HL), Rep and 3R (19.07.2006) 410-1, 414-7

    Health Bill, Lords amendts (18.07.2006) 180


    Alternatives to prison 1132w

    Business, Registration 1044w

    Coldingley Prison, Rehabilitation 2450w

    Community hospitals, Yorkshire and Humberside 245w

    Crime, Information and communications technology 1750w

    Gifted children 845w

    Hazardous substances, Regulation 299w

    Health services, Kingston upon Hull 1109w

    Higher education, Admissions 853-4w

    King's Cross Station 271w

    Police, Information and communications technology 1151w

    Prison Service, Fraud 1176w

    Prison Service, Industrial relations 1897w

    Prison Service, Management 1176w

    Prison Service, Pay 1912w

    Prisons, Information and communications technology 1899-900w

    Transport, Yorkshire and Humberside 2524w

Knight, Jim, Minister of State, Dept for Education and Skills


    Building schools for the future programme 638w, 1432-3w

    Building schools for the future programme, Brent 836w

    Crime, Dept for Education and Skills 1979w

    Disabled, Dept for Education and Skills 1980w

    Education, Finance 640w

    Education, Private finance initiative 1458w

    Education, Qualifications 840-1w

    Educational broadcasting, Teachers 1994-5w

    Examination boards, Manpower 312w

    Faith schools, Standards 1461w

    Financial services, Education 1433w

    Free school meals, Swindon 644w

    Further education 201w

    General certificate of secondary education 174w, 642-3w

    General certificate of secondary education, Absenteeism 1447w

    General certificate of secondary education, Appeals 641-2w

    General certificate of secondary education, Comprehensive schools 1443-4w

    General certificate of secondary education, Edexcel Foundation 640-1w

    General certificate of secondary education, Greater London 1440-4w

    General certificate of secondary education, Languages 460-2w

    General certificate of secondary education, Lost property 844w

    Languages, Curriculum 843w

    National Union of Teachers 648w

    Pathfinder projects, Greater London 179-80w

    Personal social and health education 1449-50w

    Playing fields, Hampshire 175-6w

    Private education, Religion 1461-2w

    Private finance initiative, Dept for Education and Skills 181w

    Publications, Dept for Education and Skills 648w

    Pupil exclusions, Greater London 1443-5w

    Pupil exclusions, Intimidation 1443-5w

    Pupils, Disabled 312w

    Pupils, Per capita costs 171w

    Qualifications and Curriculum Authority 649w

    Schools, Buildings 314w

    Schools, Collective worship 1435w

    Schools, Finance 845w

    Schools, Playing fields 846w

    Schools, Repairs and maintenance 1463-4w

    Schools, Swimming pools 103w

    Secondary education 1465w

    Secondary education, Admissions 1458w

    Secondary education, Greater Manchester 652w

    Secondary education, Per capita costs 315-6w

    Teachers, Educational broadcasting 1994w

    Teachers, Employment 1470w

    Teachers, Greater London 322-4w

    Teachers, Intimidation 164w

    Teachers, Qualifications 1994w

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