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Pregnant women

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

                  Chamber Debates

                  Written Statements

    Electoral Administration Act 2006 69-70ws


    Absent voting, Tamworth 624-5w

    Asylum and Immigration Tribunal, Bail 525w, 538w

    Asylum and Immigration Tribunal, Deportation 524-5w

    Contracts, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 2247-8w

    Crime, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1724w

    Fraud, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1724w

    Freedom of information 2454w

    Information and communications technology, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1722w, 1725w

    Legal profession, Manpower 85-6w

    Power Commission 524w

    Proof of identity, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1557w

    Social security benefits, Appeals 1545-6w

    Surveys, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1728-9w

Prentice, Mr Gordon

                  Chamber Debates

    Administration of justice (20.07.2006) 483

    Home information packs (19.07.2006) 359

    Home Office (19.07.2006) 332

    Middle East (18.07.2006) 167


    Accident and emergency departments 1189w

    Ambulance services, Lancashire 654w

    Anniversaries, Prime Minister 629w

    Armed forces, Interpreters 347w

    Business questions 469

    East coast railway line 270w

    Falkland Islands 726

    Jobseeker's allowance 890w

    Livestock, Hormone treatments 579w

    Ministers, Conduct 481w

    NHS, Reorganisation 1244w

    Police, Ports 13

    Press Complaints Commission, Home Office 1893w

    Prisoners, Foreigners 1826w

    Ukraine, Radioactive fallout 1274w

Prerogative of mercy

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


    Anniversaries, Deputy Prime Minister 631w

    Anschutz Entertainment Group 904w

    Aviation, Deputy Prime Minister 631w

    Cabinet committees, Defence 528w

    Climate change, China 305-6

    Consultants, Deputy Prime Minister 630w

    Corporate hospitality 1613w

    Departmental coordination, Age 309-10

    Departmental responsibilities, Deputy Prime Minister 904w

    Environment protection, Deputy Prime Minister 1613w

    Internet, Deputy Prime Minister 529-30w

    Manpower, Deputy Prime Minister 529w, 904w

    Ministerial Committee on the Post Office Network 1614w

    Ministerial duties, Deputy Prime Minister 904w

    Ministers' private offices, Deputy Prime Minister 630-1w, 904w

    Offices, Deputy Prime Minister 631w

    Official gifts, Deputy Prime Minister 1613w

    Official hospitality, Deputy Prime Minister 1614w

    Official visits, Deputy Prime Minister 905w

    Planning, Deputy Prime Minister 906w

    Public expenditure, Deputy Prime Minister 529w

    Public sector, Pay 529w

    Radioactive wastes, Waste management 905w

    Stationery, Deputy Prime Minister 630-1w

    USA, Deputy Prime Minister 1613w

Prescription drugs

    Northern Ireland 469w



Press Complaints Commission

Pre-trial procedures

Preventive medicine

Price, Adam

                  Chamber Debates

    Commissioner for Older People (Wales) Bill (HL), Rep and 3R (19.07.2006) 412


Primarolo, Rt Hon Dawn, Paymaster General

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Poverty, West Ham (18.07.2006) 63-6wh

                  Written Statements

    Child tax credit 36ws

    Double taxation, Poland 35ws

    Revenue and Customs Prosecutions Office, Powers 21ws

    "Tax Benefit Reference Manual 2006-07" 1ws

    Taxation, Self-assessment 11ws


    Children, Day care 453w

    Council tax, Valuation 1597w

    Customs officers, Holyhead 1346w

    Nuclear power, Exports 1382w

    Offices, Revenue and Customs 1361-2w

    Personal income, Brent 1342w

    Publications, Treasury 1353w

    Revenue and Customs 521w

    Revenue and Customs, Conferences 1360-1w

    Revenue and Customs, Data protection 152w, 620w

    Revenue and Customs, Early retirement 617w

    Revenue and Customs, Information and communications technology 622w

    Smuggling, Meat 159w

    Smuggling, South West region 620w

    Social security benefits, Children 356w

    Tax credit, Foreigners 2006w

    Tax credit, Information and communications technology 2004w

    Taxation, British nationality 1999w

    Taxation, Energy 162w

    Taxation, Greyhound racing 1360w

    Taxation, Ministers 619w

    Taxation, Self-assessment 615-6w

    Taxation, Small businesses 162w

    Valuation Office, Information officers 524w

    VAT, Contraceptives 1345w

    VAT, Small businesses 2000w

    VAT, Sunglasses 359w

    Voluntary work, Social security benefits 1075w

    Welfare tax credits, Ashton under Lyne 623w

    Welfare tax credits, Cambridgeshire 1394w

    Welfare tax credits, Computers 1068w

    Welfare tax credits, Expenditure 1066-7w

    Welfare tax credits, Internet 1066w

    Welfare tax credits, Migrant workers 2337-8w

    Welfare tax credits, North East region 622-3w

    Welfare tax credits, Northern Ireland 1391w

    Welfare tax credits, Unemployed 1068-9w

    Welfare tax credits, Yorkshire and Humberside 623w

Primary care trusts

Primary education

Primary health care


Prime Minister

    Domestic visits 867w

    Information and communications technology 1635-6w

    Legal representation 1317w

    Public appointments 1318w

Prime Minister's questions

Prisk, Mr Mark


    Manufacturing industries 137-8w

    Orders and regulations 109w

    Railways, Cambridge 1304w

    Small businesses, Government assistance 2513-4w

Prison accommodation

Prison governors

Prison sentences

Prison Service

    Conflict of interests 550w

    Industrial relations 1897w

    Performance appraisal 404w

    Racial discrimination 565w

    Temporary employment 1919w

Prison visitors

Prisoner escapes

    Yarls Wood Detention Centre 2491-2w

Prisoner escorts


    Northern Ireland 280w

    State retirement pensions 2445w

    Welfare tax credits 2341w

Prisoners of war

Prisoners on remand

Prisoners' release

Prisoners' transfers


    EU emissions trading scheme 1911w

Prisons Inspectorate

    see HM Inspectorate of Prisons

Pritchard, Mark

                  Chamber Debates

    Middle East (18.07.2006) 169

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Cabinet committees, Defence 528w

    Mental health services, West Midlands 369w


    Criminal proceedings 1778w

Private education

Private finance initiative

    Dept for Education and Skills 181w

    Social rented housing 65ws

Private Members' bills

Private Members' time

Private property

    Military exercises 215w

Private prosecutions

Private sector

    Developing countries 51-7w

Privy Council

Prize money


    Information and communications technology 1856w

Probation Directorate

    see National Probation Directorate

Proceeds of crime


    Armoured fighting vehicles 780w

    Ministry of Defence 1719w

    Nimrod aircraft 14ws



Programme motions

    see Timetabling of bills


    Nuclear weapons 628w

Proof of identity

    Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1557w

    Dept for Education and Skills 1991w

    Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 1509-10w

    Dept for International Development 1625w

    Licensed premises 405w

    Ministry of Defence 1713w

    Northern Ireland Office 2407w

    Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 2349w


    Ministry of Defence 1536w

Property development

Property law

Property transfer

    Council housing 123w

Proscribed organisations


    Building regulations 2351w

    Crown Prosecution Service 797w

    Driving under influence 2349w

    Environment and Heritage Service (Northern Ireland) 11-2w, 797w

    Hunting Act 2004

    Malicious Damage Act 1861

    Solicitor-General 797w

"Prospects for the European Union in 2006 White Paper"

Prosser, Mr Gwyn

                  Chamber Debates

    Immigration and Nationality Directorate (25.07.2006) 747-8


    Asylum, Location 2-3

Prostate cancer


    Northern Ireland 470w

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