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Bradshaw, Ben, Minister of State and Minister for the South West, Dept of Health

                  Written Statements


    Accident and emergency departments 1065w

    Accident and emergency departments, Greater London 325w

    Ambulance services, Devon 453-4w

    Ambulance services, Emergency calls 1073-4w

    Ambulance services, Standards 454w

    Barnet Primary Care Trust, Waiting lists 1448w

    Bexley Care Trust, Cancer 1066w

    Brent Teaching Primary Care Trust, Finance 1238w

    Carbon emissions, Dept of Health 1073w

    Community hospitals 1241w

    Contracts, Dept of Health 1073w

    Cost effectiveness, Dept of Health 327w

    Dr Foster Intelligence 1073w

    Email, Dept of Health 875w

    General practitioners, Conditions of employment 1475w

    General practitioners, Enfield 1453w

    General practitioners, Essex 1245-6w

    General practitioners, Pay 1247w

    General practitioners, Portsmouth 1453w

    General practitioners, Rural areas 1452w

    Health services, Thames Gateway 1064-5w

    Healthcare Commission, Complaints 1074-5w

    Hospital beds, Per capita costs 1076-7w

    Hospitals, Mobile phones 463w

    Information officers, Dept of Health 1069-70w

    Internet, Dept of Health 1070w

    Members, Correspondence 110w

    NHS, Private finance initiative 350w

    NHS, Procurement 347w

    NHS foundation trusts 1454w

    NHS treatment centres, Finance 1255w

    Northwick Park Hospital, Standards 1260w

    Operating costs, Dept of Health 874-5w

    Paramedical staff, Lancashire 782-3

    Patient choice schemes, Internet 349w

    Patients, Telephones 1458w

    Patients, Transport 1086w

    Plastic surgery, Licensing 656w

    Plastic surgery, Standards 350w

    Public expenditure, Dept of Health 458-60w

    Public relations, Dept of Health 1467w

    Publications, Dept of Health 335-8w

    Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Finance 454w

    South Central Ambulance Service NHS Trust 351-2w

    Telephone services, Dept of Health 109-10w

Brady, Mr Graham

                  Chamber Debates

    Treaty of Lisbon, Business motions (28.01.2008) 99


    Fluoride, Drinking water 789-90

Brake, Tom

                  Chamber Debates

    Police, Finance (04.02.2008) 694-5


    Child benefit, Personal records 121-2w

    Domestic wastes, Waste disposal 244w

    Free school meals, Greater London 159w

    Hospitals, Infectious diseases 879w

    Magistrates' courts, Sutton 162-3

    Olympic Games 2012 17-8

    Police, Finance 814w

    Public participation, Dept for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform 1201-2w

Brazier, Mr Julian


    Aviation, Security 195w

    Entry clearances, Contracts 762w

    Entry clearances, Expenditure 762w

    Eurostar, Dept for Transport 786w


BRB (Residuary)

Breast cancer

Breed, Mr Colin


    Bovine tuberculosis, Disease control 459

Brennan, Kevin, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Children Schools and Families

                  Chamber Debates

    Special Educational Needs (Information) Bill, 2R (01.02.2008) 606-12

                  Written Statements

    Children, Protection 60ws


    Children, Advisory services 652

    Children, Human trafficking 648-9

    Children, Protection 909w

    Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service 481-2w

    Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service, Finance 1389w

    Children in care, Standards 1095w

    Climate change, Curriculum 254-5w

    Health education, Alcoholic drinks 909w

    Learning disability, Essex 530-2w

    Pupil exclusions, Easington 274-5w

    Pupils, Intimidation 1099w

    Runaway children 920w

    School meals, Norfolk 171w

    Special educational needs, Essex 535w

    Special educational needs, Lancashire 281-2w

    Teachers, Sign language 284w

    Telephone services, Dept for Children Schools and Families 158w

    Young people, Disadvantaged 1137-9w

Brent Teaching Primary Care Trust

British Airports Authority

British Association for Central and Eastern Europe

British Broadcasting Corporation

    see BBC

British constitution

    Parliamentary scrutiny 1297w

British Council

British Library

British overseas territories

British Sky Broadcasting

Broadcasting programmes

Broads Authority Bill 2006-07

                  Chamber Debates

    3R order read (07.02.2008) 1101

Brokenshire, James

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Crime, Children (06.02.2008) 251-4wh


    Antisocial behaviour, Crime prevention 1383w

    Crime, Computers 209w

    Criminal Records Bureau, Standards 385-6w

    Young offenders, Departmental coordination 251w

Brooke, Mrs Annette L

                  Chamber Debates

    Forces Widows' Pensions (Equality of Treatment) Bill, 2R adjourned (01.02.2008) 628

    Health And Safety (Offences) Bill, 2R (01.02.2008) 618

    Special Educational Needs (Information) Bill, 2R (01.02.2008) 565-70, 610

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Hospices, Finance (30.01.2008) 99wh

    Teenage pregnancy (29.01.2008) 36-9wh


    Children, Communication skills 157-8w

    Children's centres, Graduates 254w

    Children's centres, Standards 254w

    Emergency protection orders 256w

    Extended schools, Disadvantaged 1135-6w

    Fire services, Finance 436w

    Incontinence, Medical equipment 343w

    Primary education, Developing countries 721-2w

    Prisoners, Females 160

    Special educational needs 176w

    Teachers, Pre-school education 919w

    Teachers, Training 926w

Brown, Rt Hon Gordon, Prime Minister, First Lord of the Treasury and Minister for the Civil Service

                  Chamber Debates

    Electronic surveillance, Admissibility of evidence (06.02.2008) 959-71

                  Written Statements

    Government Skills 56ws

    "Intelligence and Security Committee Annual Report 2006-07" 10-1ws

    "Intelligence Services Commissioner Report 2006" 3-4ws


    Administration of justice, Northern Ireland 958

    Afghanistan, Peacekeeping operations 955-7

    Aircraft carriers, Procurement 315-6

    Armed forces 309

    Armed forces, Health services 309-10

    Crimes of violence, Halifax 956

    Departmental responsibilities, Floods 748w

    Departmental responsibilities, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 306

    Disadvantaged, Nottingham 313

    Education, Finance 306

    Email, Prime Minister 287w

    Energy, Prices 314

    European Union (Amendment) Bill 2007-08 314

    Forced marriage 315

    Foreign investment in UK, EC action 958

    Freedom of information, Prime Minister 287w

    Hospitals, Infectious diseases 311

    Housing, Low incomes 952

    Information and communications technology, Prime Minister 731w

    Information officers, Prime Minister 287-8w

    Intelligence Services Commissioner 288w

    Interception of Communications Commissioner 288w

    Iraq, International assistance 311

    Iraq, Weapons 958

    Members, Correspondence 288w

    Members, Electronic surveillance 948-9, 954

    Members, Females 957

    Middle East, Armed conflict 953

    Ministerial duties, Prime Minister 288w

    Ministerial policy advisors, Prime Minister 748w

    National security 749w

    Official engagements, Prime Minister 306, 948

    Pakistan, Human rights 1133w

    Police, Greater London 311-2

    Post offices, Closures 314-5

    Prisons, Construction 312

    Public relations, Prime Minister 731w

    Regional planning and development, Greenbelt 955

    Reviews, Prime Minister 949-50

    Royal Hospital for Sick Children Edinburgh 316

    Schools, Rural areas 316

    South Tees Health NHS Trust, Finance 312

    Temporary employment, Conditions of employment 953

    Tobacco, Counterfeit manufacturing 954-5

    USA, Foreign relations 954

    Vocational guidance 956

Brown, Lyn

                  Chamber Debates

    Local government finance (04.02.2008) 724-5


    Cultural heritage, Ethnic groups 14w

    Democratic Republic of Congo, Peace negotiations 219w

    Gaza, Travel restrictions 765-6w

    Middle East, Armed conflict 766w

Brown, Mr Russell

                  Westminster Hall Debates

Browne, Rt Hon Desmond, Secretary of State for Defence and Secretary of State for Scotland

                  Written Statements

    Afghanistan, Peacekeeping operations 68-70ws

    Data protection, Ministry of Defence 78ws

    Iraq, Peacekeeping operations 48-9ws


    Armed forces, Training 795w

    Computers, Ministry of Defence 184w

    Data protection, Ministry of Defence 37w

    EC defence policy, Finance 797-9w

    EC defence policy, Qualified majority voting 37-8w

    Iraq, Armed forces 39w

    Land, Ministry of Defence 36w

    National security, Ministry of Defence 801w

    NATO, Expenditure 704w

    Nuclear weapons 525w

    Official engagements, Ministry of Defence 525w

    Official engagements, Scotland Office 953-4w

    Official secrets, Ministry of Defence 35w

    Personal records, Ministry of Defence 523w

Browne, Jeremy

                  Chamber Debates

    European Union (Amendment) Bill, Com (06.02.2008) 1042-8, 1069

    National Insurance Contributions Bill, Rep and 3R (31.01.2008) 523-5, 538-9

    Post offices, Petitions (06.02.2008) 1088


    Advertising, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 1040w

    Advertising, Dept for International Development 1168w

    Advertising, Ministry of Defence 965-6w

    Advertising, Ministry of Justice 1419w

    Advertising, Northern Ireland Office 510-1w

    Advertising, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 522w

    Advertising, Treasury 1360w

    Council housing, Heating 437w

    Departmental responsibilities 249w

    Information officers, Cabinet Office 247-8w

    Information officers, Church Commissioners 5w

    Information officers, Dept for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform 1439-40w

    Information officers, Dept for Communities and Local Government 1175w

    Information officers, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 16w

    Information officers, Dept for International Development 663w

    Information officers, Dept for Transport 1150-1w

    Information officers, Dept of Health 1069-70w

    Information officers, Electoral Commission 7w

    Information officers, House of Commons 749-50w

    Information officers, Leader of the House of Commons 401w

    Information officers, Ministry of Defence 1148w, 1487w

    Information officers, Northern Ireland Office 757-8w

    Information officers, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 59w, 355w

    Information officers, Prime Minister 287-8w

    Information officers, Scotland Office 520w

    Information officers, Treasury 289w

    Ministerial changes 249w

    Ministerial policy advisors, Dept for Work and Pensions 1344w

    Ministers, Allowances 503w

    Motor vehicles, Dept for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform 1441w

    Motor vehicles, Dept for International Development 752w

    Motor vehicles, Dept for Transport 1010w

    Motor vehicles, Ministry of Defence 1488w

    Motor vehicles, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 522w

    Non-departmental public bodies 249-50w

    Official residences, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 774w

    Public relations, Cabinet Office 502w

    Public relations, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 1042w

    Public relations, Dept for Transport 1410-2w

    Public relations, Northern Ireland Office 511w

    Public relations, Prime Minister 731w

    Public relations, Treasury 671w

    Road traffic offences, Dept for Communities and Local Government 1035w

    Road traffic offences, Dept for Transport 1016-7w

    Road traffic offences, Electoral Commission 501w

    Road traffic offences, Leader of the House of Commons 746-7w

    Road traffic offences, Ministry of Defence 802w

    Road traffic offences, Northern Ireland Office 956w

    Road traffic offences, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 522w

    Road traffic offences, Scotland Office 521w

    Travel, Dept for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform 957w

    Travel, Dept for Communities and Local Government 113w

    Travel, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 360w

    Travel, Dept for International Development 1378w

    Travel, Dept for Transport 1411w

    Travel, House of Commons 362w

    Travel, Ministry of Defence 797w

    Travel, Ministry of Justice 1182w

    Travel, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 59w

    Visits abroad, Dept for Communities and Local Government 113w

    Visits abroad, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 361w

    Visits abroad, Dept for International Development 1378-9w

    Visits abroad, Dept for Transport 1413w

    Visits abroad, Leader of the House of Commons 11w

    Visits abroad, Ministry of Defence 797w

    Visits abroad, Ministry of Justice 1182w

    Visits abroad, National Audit Office 5w

    Visits abroad, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 59-60w

Browning, Mrs Angela

                  Chamber Debates

    European Union (Amendment) Bill, Com (06.02.2008) 1049, 1051

Bruce, Rt Hon Malcolm

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Afghanistan, International assistance 301

    Aleksanyan, Vasily 771w

    Christmas, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 1275w


Bryant, Mr Chris

                  Chamber Debates

    Police (07.02.2008) 1151

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Museums and galleries, Finance 13w

    Olympic Games 2012, Construction 4w

    Sports, Females 4


    Disease control 72w

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