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Fabricant, Michael

                  Chamber Debates

    Companies Bill (HL), Rep (17.10.2006) 776, (18.10.2006) 907

    Police and Justice Bill, Lords amendts (24.10.2006) 1444


    Ambulance services, Staffordshire 2037w

    Females, Science 1012

    Higher education, Racial violence 431

    Maternity services, Wales 863

    Trade competitiveness 1340w

Faith schools

Falkland Islands

    Chinook helicopters 1155w

Fallon, Mr Michael

                  Chamber Debates

    NHS (11.10.2006) 317


    Croatia, EC enlargement 840w

    Financial markets 1638

    Higher education, Public appointments 1119w

Family courts

Family law

Family planning


    Historic buildings 56w


    see also Agriculture


    see also Agriculture

Farrelly, Paul

                  Chamber Debates

Farron, Timothy

                  Chamber Debates

    Post offices (16.10.2006) 639-40


    Agriculture, Subsidies 226w

    Housing, North West region 1668w

    Housing, Prices 395w

    Identity and Passport Service, Kendal 2130w

    Right to buy scheme 810w

Featherstone, Lynne

                  Chamber Debates

    Business questions (26.10.2006) 1683

    Climate change (12.10.2006) 546-8


    Asylum and Immigration Tribunal, Per capita costs 75w

    City academies, Sponsorship 928-9w

    Driving under influence, Greater London 695-6w

    Further education, Crimes of violence 1933-4w

    Higher education, Student numbers 827-8w

    Information and communications technology, Home Office 1325-6w

    Magistrates, Greater London 1658w

    Military aircraft, Saudi Arabia 1483-4w

    Postal services 996

    Postal services, Home Office 1054w

    Proceeds of crime, Confiscation orders 695w

    School leaving, Greater London 827-8w

    Secondary education, Haringey 1920w

    Social security benefits, Appeals 811w

    Unidentified flying objects 821w

Federal Mogul

    Industrial diseases 98ws


    State retirement pensions 573


Festivals and special occasions


    Social security benefits 16w

Field, Rt Hon Frank

                  Chamber Debates

    Prisons (09.10.2006) 38


    Afghanistan, Peace keeping operations 2022w

    Care homes, Fees and charges 783w

    Climate change, Brazil 905w

    Housing associations, Religion 748-9w

    Immigration, EC enlargement 1162w

    Local government finance 1036w

    Sentencing, Appeals 702w

    Welfare tax credits 305w

    Welfare tax credits, Armed forces 1651w

    Welfare tax credits, Fraud 292w

Field, Mr Mark


    Bangladesh, Human rights 1524w

    Cultural heritage 14

    Historic buildings, Antarctic 63w

    Monuments, Finance 987w

    Non-domestic rates 364w

    Public libraries 54w

    Royal Parks Agency, Finance 57w

    Sudan, Peace keeping operations 1626w


Film Council

    see UK Film Council

Financial Action Task Force

Financial assistance scheme

Financial markets

Financial services

Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Regulated Activities) (Amendment) (No 2) Order 2006

                  Chamber Debates

Financial Services Authority


    Company accounts 555w



Fire engines

Fire extinguishers

Fire prevention

Fire services



    Educational institutions 374-8w


Fireworks (Amendment) Bill 2005-06

                  Chamber Debates

Fisher, Mr Mark

                  Chamber Debates

    Museums and galleries, Finance (11.10.2006) 419-20


Fitzpatrick, Jim, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Dept of Trade and Industry

                  Chamber Debates

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Norwich Union, Telephone services (24.10.2006) 360-6wh

                  Written Statements


    Access to work programme, Dept of Trade and Industry 562w

    Air pollution, Dept of Trade and Industry 558-9w

    Bankruptcy, Rural areas 545w

    Bankruptcy, Social security benefits 1914w

    Bicycles, Dept of Trade and Industry 557w

    Bird and Bird, Dept of Trade and Industry 559w

    Buildings, Dept of Trade and Industry 558w

    Bureaucracy, Dept of Trade and Industry 953w

    Catering, Dept of Trade and Industry 871w

    Company accounts, Fines 555w

    Conditions of employment 1696w

    Conferences, Dept of Trade and Industry 951w

    Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988 719-20w

    Crime, Dept of Trade and Industry 561w

    Disabled, Dept of Trade and Industry 1695-6w

    Employment, Discrimination 952w

    Energy, Summertime 547w

    Energy Technologies Institute 1501w

    Equal opportunities, Disabled 561-2w

    Holiday leave, Local government 960w

    Individual voluntary arrangements 578-9w

    Information and communications technology, Dept of Trade and Industry 556w

    Markets, Visual arts 544w

    Maternity leave 954w

    Ministers, Official visits 1701w

    National Institute for Medical Research 1101-2w

    Natural gas, Domestic appliances 1705w

    Offshore industry, Holiday leave 997-8

    Overseas trade, Japan 582w

    Paternity leave, Dept of Trade and Industry 560-1w

    Personation, Dept of Trade and Industry 578w

    Post office card account 601w

    Post offices, Closures 1703w

    Post offices, Franchises 871w

    Post offices, Greater London 601-2w

    Post offices, Rural areas 959w

    Postal services 873w

    Postal services, Cornwall 1198w

    Postal services, Dept of Trade and Industry 1695w

    Postal services, Regulation 602w

    Private finance initiative, Dept of Trade and Industry 1806w

    Public expenditure, Dept of Trade and Industry 1342w

    Sellafield, Freedom of information 1704w

    Standards, Dept of Trade and Industry 1344w

    Stem cells, Research 610w

    Taxis, Dept of Trade and Industry 1695w

    Temporary employment 950w

    Temporary employment, Dept of Trade and Industry 952w

    Theft, Dept of Trade and Industry 1695w

    Trade union recognition 961w

    Welsh language, Dept of Trade and Industry 1807w

    Working hours, Fire services 1697w

    Written questions, Administrative delays 600w

Fixed penalties

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