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Buck, Ms Karen

                  Chamber Debates

    Offensive weapons (05.06.2008) 938


    Mortgages, Interest rates 901-2


    Alcoholic drinks 722w

Building Act 1984


Building schools for the future programme

Building Societies (Financial Assistance) Order 2008

                  Chamber Debates

    (03.06.2008) 736



    Special educational needs 142w

Burden, Richard

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Israel (20.05.2008) 7-8wh


    New deal for communities 160



Burgon, Colin

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Political prisoners 1096w

Burnham, Rt Hon Andy, Secretary of State for Culture Media and Sport


    BBC, Standards 52w

    Convergence Think Tank 52-3w

    Essex, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 53w

    Non-departmental public bodies, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 815-7w

    Official hospitality, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 53w

    S4C, al-Jazeera Satellite Television 56w

    Satellite broadcasting 817w

    Television, Telephone services 59w, 817w

    TV Licensing, Manpower 818w

Burns, Mr Simon


    Health services, Overseas visitors 596w

    Income tax, Tax rates and bands 208-9w

    Pension Service, Correspondence 803w

    Plastic bags, Retail trade 173w

    Young offenders, Chelmsford 454-5w

Burrowes, David

                  Chamber Debates

    Voluntary work (04.06.2008) 786, 792

    Voting Age (Reduction) Bill, 2R adjourned (06.06.2008) 1096


    Terrorism, Prisoners' release 653w

    Young offender institutions, Education 361-4w

    Young offender institutions, Restraint techniques 417w

    Young offenders, Custodial treatment 281-4w

    Young offenders, Learning disability 282w

    Young offenders, Prisoners' release 1113-4w

Burstow, Mr Paul

                  Chamber Debates

    Recess motions (22.05.2008) 421-5


Burt, Alistair

                  Chamber Debates

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Airports, Security 849w

    Housing, Low incomes 987w

    Milton Park Hospital 598w

    Poverty, Children 485

    Social security benefits 491-2

    Written questions, Government responses 1179-80w

Burt, Lorely

                  Chamber Debates

    Human Fertilisation and Embryology Bill (HL), Com (19.05.2008) 40

    Regulatory Enforcement and Sanctions Bill (HL), 2R (21.05.2008) 352, 361-2


    Vocational guidance, Females 239-40w

Bus services

    Petitions (03.06.2008) 21


    Community development 396

    Government assistance 418w

    Higher education 393w

Business-Government Forum on Tax and Globalisation

Business interests

Business motions

    (04.06.2008) 890

Business statements

Butler, Dawn

                  Chamber Debates


    Business questions 931

    Extracurricular activities 20

By-election writs

    Henley (05.06.2008) 901

Byers, Rt Hon Stephen


Byrne, Liam, Minister of State and Minister for the West Midlands, Home Office and the Treasury

                  Written Statements


    Antisocial behaviour, Airports 111w

    Art works, Home Office 226w

    Bird and Bird, Home Office 100w

    Carbon emissions, Home Office 379-80w

    Catering, Home Office 102w

    Chemical and biological warfare, South Africa 233w

    Community policing, Publicity 225w, 723w

    Deportation, Eritrea 322w

    Entry clearances, Foreign workers 881w

    Entry clearances, Pakistan 383w

    Entry clearances, Working holidays 111-2w

    Foreign workers, Domestic service 231w

    Freedom of information, Home Office 226-8w

    Human rights, Sudan 327w

    Human trafficking 384w

    Human trafficking, Children 107w

    Illegal immigrants 734w

    Immigrants, Housing 735w

    Immigration, Pakistan 384w

    Immigration officers, Overtime 108w

    Information and communications technology, Home Office 102-3w

    Members, Correspondence 231w

    Political impartiality, Home Office 232w

    Taxis, Home Office 745w

    UK Border Agency, Uniforms 723w

    UK Border Agency, Wales 480-1w

    Voluntary work, Home Office 380-1w

    Work permits, Health professions 888-90w

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