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    Revenue and Customs 667w


    Child Support Agency 421

Bone, Peter

                  Chamber Debates

    Antisocial behaviour, Petitions (24.04.2008) 1572

    British constitution (25.03.2008) 38

    Financial markets (21.04.2008) 1060

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Afghanistan, Peacekeeping operations 524w

    Colorectal cancer, Death 624-5w

    Colorectal cancer, Screening 567w

    House of Commons, Industrial health and safety 457w

    Motor vehicles, Petrol alternatives 2212w

    Out of area treatment, Wales 754-5

    Public expenditure, Scotland 2300w

Bone diseases

Bookstart scheme

Border Agency

    see UK Border Agency

Border and Immigration Agency

    Employment Tribunals Service 424-5w

    Industrial health and safety 279w



Borrow, Mr David S


    Chronically sick, Lancashire 197-8w

    Community policing 1046

    Housing, Lancashire 821w


    Housing associations 2257w


Boswell, Mr Tim


    Apprentices, Civil servants 1635w

    Chevening scholarships programme 1217w

Bottomley, Peter

                  Chamber Debates

    Finance Bill, 2R (21.04.2008) 1071, 1079

    Iraq conflict (25.03.2008) 55

    Territorial Army, Anniversaries (01.04.2008) 742, 749

    Zimbabwe, Elections (02.04.2008) 779


    Pensioners, Social security benefits 406


Bournemouth Borough Council Bill (HL) 2006-07

                  Chamber Debates

    2R order read (27.03.2008) 305, (03.04.2008) 901, (24.04.2008) 1443

Bovine tuberculosis

Brabners Chaffe Street

    Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1346-7w

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

                  Chamber Debates

    General practitioners (23.04.2008) 1366-70

                  Written Statements

    Care Quality Commission 4-5ws


    Accident and emergency departments 11w

    Accident and emergency departments, Admissions 193-4w, 564-6w

    Accident and emergency departments, Essex 1082w

    Alliance Boots, Dept of Health 1774w

    Ambulance services, Accidents 409w

    Ambulance services, Lancashire 566w

    Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry, Dept of Health 1774-5w

    Baby care units, Inspections 11w

    Breast cancer, Screening 196w

    Burton Independent Sector Treatment Centre 855-7w

    Byotrol, Dept of Health 1775w

    Care homes, Waste disposal 1134w

    Community hospitals, Closures 1786w

    Conference centres, Dept of Health 1786-7w

    Contracts, Dept of Health 1092w

    Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence, Public participation 1287-8w

    Data protection, Dept of Health 200w

    General practitioners, Cambridgeshire 868-9w

    Health centres, Greater London 29w

    Health centres, Railway stations 1096w

    Health services, Children 1777w

    Health services, Havering 579w

    Health services, Royal household 201w

    Health visitors, Manpower 1795w

    Hospitals, Fire prevention 20-1w

    Hospitals, Gloucestershire 877w

    Hospitals, Waste disposal 1098w

    Ipsos MORI, Dept of Health 873w

    JP Morgan, Dept of Health 1989w

    Karian and Box, Dept of Health 1800w

    Legislation, Dept of Health 2131-2w

    Lloyds Pharmacy, Dept of Health 1800w

    Marketing, Dept of Health 1788w

    Medical records, Disclosure of information 2133-4w

    Medical treatments, Finance 1808-9w

    Members, Correspondence 876-7w

    Mental health services, Finance 2170w

    NHS, Identity cards 1996w

    NHS, Negligence 210w

    NHS, Performing Right Society 584w

    NHS, Private finance initiative 1806w

    NHS, Private sector 1807w

    NHS, Registration 878w

    NHS Direct, Internet 210w

    Nursing and Midwifery Council, Disclosure of information 211w

    Official visits, Dept of Health 13-4w

    Orders and regulations, Dept of Health 14-5w

    Patient choice schemes, Finance 2172w

    Patients, Telephones 203w

    Pay, Dept of Health 577w

    Pensions, Dept of Health 411w

    Plants, Dept of Health 861w

    Political activities, Dept of Health 1789w

    Procurement, Dept of Health 1988-9w

    Psychiatry, Standards 2173w

    Rackspace, Dept of Health 1133w

    Recruitment, Dept of Health 579w

    Surgery, Private sector 1815w

    Translation services, Dept of Health 1815-6w

    Trauma, Health services 1816w

    Video conferencing, Dept of Health 1790w

    West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust, Private finance initiative 588w

    West Hertfordshire Primary Care Trust, Waiting lists 587-8w

    York Hospitals NHS Trust, Waiting lists 882-4w

    Young people, Dept of Health 411w

    Zurich Financial Services, Dept of Health 2001w

Brady, Mr Graham

                  Chamber Debates

    British constitution (25.03.2008) 37


    Aviation, Sustainable development 502-3w

Brain cancer

Brake, Tom

                  Chamber Debates

    Crime, Greater London (23.04.2008) 1396-402

    Police, Greater London (27.03.2008) 356, 368-71

    Post offices, Petitions (02.04.2008) 890

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Post offices, Closures 917

    Post offices, Parliament 330-1w

    Refuges, Drugs 74w

Brazier, Mr Julian

                  Chamber Debates

    Territorial Army, Anniversaries (01.04.2008) 741


    Antisocial behaviour 1461w

    Public sector net cash requirement 2182w

    Road traffic control 1180

    Travel, Dept for Transport 94w

BRB (Residuary)

Breast cancer

Breed, Mr Colin

                  Chamber Debates

    Finance Bill, 2R (21.04.2008) 1123


    Indonesia, Religious freedom 138w

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

                  Chamber Debates

    Children in care (22.04.2008) 1290-2

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Pupils, Ethnic groups (01.04.2008) 229-30wh

                  Written Statements

    Intercountry adoption, Cambodia 49-50ws

    Schools, Playing fields 52-6ws


    Advertising, Dept for Children Schools and Families 1541-3w

    Alcoholic drinks, Dept for Children Schools and Families 2030w

    Capita, Dept for Children Schools and Families 678-9w

    Carbon emissions, Dept for Children Schools and Families 2030-1w

    Children, Domestic violence 1538-9w

    Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service 554-5w

    Children in care, Antisocial behaviour orders 1582w

    Children in care, Education 2027w

    Children in care, General certificate of secondary education 98-9w, 679-80w

    Children in care, Pupil exclusions 99-100w

    Civil Service Appeal Board, Dept for Children Schools and Families 685w

    Correspondence, Dept for Children Schools and Families 1239w

    Cost effectiveness, Dept for Children Schools and Families 2031-2w

    Data protection, Dept for Children Schools and Families 105w

    Disabled, Dept for Children Schools and Families 2035w

    Discrimination, Dept for Children Schools and Families 107-8w

    Fairtrade initiative, Dept for Children Schools and Families 2037w

    Flexible working, Dept for Children Schools and Families 2093w

    Free school meals, Finance 2223w

    Government offices for the regions, Dept for Children Schools and Families 1549-50w

    Health education, Alcoholic drinks 2038w

    Hearing impaired, Dept for Children Schools and Families 1550w

    Higher civil servants, Dept for Children Schools and Families 2093w

    Inclusive Technology, Dept for Children Schools and Families 691w, 2038w

    Internet, Dept for Children Schools and Families 686w, 2032w

    Intimidation, Internet 1242w

    Karian and Box, Dept for Children Schools and Families 2038w

    Legislation, Dept for Children Schools and Families 2094w

    Manpower, Dept for Children Schools and Families 2032w

    Offences against children 1529w

    Official visits, Dept for Children Schools and Families 105w

    Part-time employment, Dept for Children Schools and Families 2094w

    Pensions, Dept for Children Schools and Families 1545w

    Physical education, Standards 109-10w

    Physical education, Teachers 115w

    Playgrounds, Expenditure 2040w

    Political activities, Dept for Children Schools and Families 687w

    Press, Dept for Children Schools and Families 110w, 2097w

    Primary education, School meals 2038-9w

    Property, Dept for Children Schools and Families 105-8w, 2032w

    Public bodies, Dept for Children Schools and Families 1239-42w

    Public expenditure, Dept for Children Schools and Families 108w

    Pupil exclusions, Deviance and behaviour disorders 2224w

    Rackspace, Dept for Children Schools and Families 1562w

    Redundancy, Dept for Children Schools and Families 2094w

    Redundancy pay, Dept for Children Schools and Families 111w

    Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006 2224-5w

    Schools, Crimes of violence 111-2w

    Sick leave, Dept for Children Schools and Families 2032-3w

    Special educational needs, Expenditure 1583-8w

    Sustainable development, Dept for Children Schools and Families 1545w, 2033-4w

    Teachers, Training 109w

    Television, Dept for Children Schools and Families 1580w

    Training, Dept for Children Schools and Families 2034w

    Travel, Dept for Children Schools and Families 108w, 813w

    Truancy, Disadvantaged 1588w

    Vetting, Dept for Children Schools and Families 2094-5w

    Video conferencing, Dept for Children Schools and Families 1545w

    Wind power, Dept for Children Schools and Families 820w

    Working hours, Dept for Children Schools and Families 2034w

    Written questions, Dept for Children Schools and Families 2034-5w, 2095w


Bridlington Hospital

British Amusement Catering Trades Association

British Association for Immediate Care

British constitution

    Ministerial statements (25.03.2008) 21-38

British Council

British Crime Survey

British National Party

British nationality


Broadcasting programmes

Broads Authority Bill 2006-07

                  Chamber Debates

    3R order read (27.03.2008) 305, (03.04.2008) 901, (24.04.2008) 1443

Brofiscin quarry

Brokenshire, James

                  Chamber Debates

    Crime, Greater London (23.04.2008) 1416-9

    Drugs, Misuse (03.04.2008) 943-6

    Police, Greater London (27.03.2008) 374-6

    Road Traffic (Safety) Bill, 1R (22.04.2008) 1187-9


    Alcoholic drinks, Misuse 1282w

    Antisocial behaviour, Fixed penalties 223-4w

    Antisocial behaviour, Young people 440w

    Crime, Computers 287w

    Crimes of violence, Crime prevention 614-5w

    Criminal Records Bureau, Databases 70w

    Hospitals, Infectious diseases 202w

    Human trafficking, Children 72w

    Northern Rock, Nationalisation 1449-50

    Organised crime, Databases 74w

    Protection from Harassment Act 1997 240-2w

    Public participation, Home Office 428w

    Radio, Illegal broadcasting 289-90w

    Schools, Sports 112w

    Scrap Metal Dealers Act 1964, Prosecutions 59w

Brooke, Mrs Annette L

                  Chamber Debates

    Bus services, Concessions (25.03.2008) 141

                  Westminster Hall Debates


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

                  Written Statements

    Council of Europe, UK delegations 77ws


    Abortion, Northern Ireland 183

    Armed forces, Cadets 1309

    Bus services, Concessions 1305-6

    Business Appointments Advisory Committee, Standards 1146w

    Committee on the Grant of Honours Decorations and Medals 833w

    Conference centres, Prime Minister 550-1w

    Daresbury Laboratory 188

    Developing countries, Food 1308

    Financial services, Regulation 179-80

    Fluoride, Drinking water 184

    France, Foreign relations 184-5

    France, Illegal immigrants 178-9

    History, Publications 2041w

    Human rights 186

    Intelligence and Security Committee, Public appointments 88w

    Iraq conflict, Inquiries 1388w

    Mayor of London 552w

    Mayor of London, Elections 1303-7

    Ministerial policy advisors, Prime Minister 551w

    Mobile phones, Prime Minister 2041w

    Mortgages, Repossession orders 182-3

    NATO, EC external relations 187

    Northern Ireland, government 188

    Official engagements, Prime Minister 178, 1302-3

    Official visits, Prime Minister 553w

    Pay, Prime Minister 1147w

    Political activities, Prime Minister 551w

    Political Office, Prime Minister 2041w

    Railway stations, Greater London 1309-10

    Roads, Canvey Island 185

    Strokes, Health services 183

    Teachers, Industrial disputes 1307

    Tibet, Politics and government 185-6

    USA, Foreign relations 186

    West coast railway line 186

    Whickham Sports College, Fires 1307

Brown, Lyn

                  Chamber Debates

    Food Products (Marketing to Children) Bill, 2R adjourned (25.04.2008) 1586

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Domestic violence, Crime prevention 1455-6w

    Health education, Developing countries 1423w

Brown, Mr Russell

                  Chamber Debates

    Industrial disputes, Grangemouth (24.04.2008) 1487

                  Westminster Hall Debates

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

                  Chamber Debates

                  Written Statements

    Iraq, Peacekeeping operations 107-9ws

    Scottish Constitutional Commission 7-8ws

    Warships, Repairs and maintenance 3-4ws


    Anti-Terrorism Crime and Security Act 2001 1638-9w

    Conference centres, Ministry of Defence 1651w

    Conference centres, Scotland Office 1344w

    EC defence policy 346w

    GlaxoSmithKline, Scotland 1295-6

    Identity cards, Scotland 1293-5

    Information and communications technology, Ministry of Defence 517w

    Iran, Territorial waters 347w

    National income, Scotland 2042w

    Nuclear disarmament 1718w

    Nuclear weapons, Safety 2178w

    Official engagements, Ministry of Defence 1661-2w

    Official engagements, Scotland Office 1344-5w

    Official visits, Scotland Office 1345-6w

    RAF Menwith Hill 937w

Browne, Jeremy

                  Chamber Debates

    Economic situation (02.04.2008) 821-4

    Oral question time intervention (24.04.2008) 1455


    Advertising, Cabinet Office 521w

    Advertising, Dept for Innovation, Universities and Skills 1600w

    Advertising, Scotland Office 451w

    Council housing, Finance 1264w

    Information officers, Dept for Transport 2208w

    Information officers, Home Office 605w

    Information officers, Minister for the Olympics and for London 141w

    Information officers, Ministry of Justice 557-8w

    Official residences, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 135w

    Public relations, Dept for Innovation, Universities and Skills 1602-3w

    Public relations, Dept for Transport 2209-10w

    Public relations, Home Office 2150-1w

    Regional development agencies, Finance 332-4w

    Stamp duty land tax 2063w

    Taxation, Redundancy pay 2063w

    Travel, Cabinet Office 521w

    Travel, Dept for Children Schools and Families 108w

    Welfare tax credits, Fraud 2063w

Browning, Mrs Angela

                  Chamber Debates


    Energy performance certificates 1253w

    Energy performance certificates, Complaints 926-7w

    Home information packs, Standards 1262-3w

Bruce, Rt Hon Malcolm

                  Chamber Debates

    Industrial disputes, Grangemouth (24.04.2008) 1488

Bryant, Mr Chris

                  Chamber Debates

    Business questions intervention (24.04.2008) 1464

    Crime, Greater London (23.04.2008) 1398

    Points of order intervention (03.04.2008) 936


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