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Blackman, Mrs Liz

                  Chamber Debates

    National curriculum tests (14.10.2008) 684

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Young people, Autism (08.10.2008) 77wh


    Banks, Finance 273

Blackman-Woods, Roberta

                  Chamber Debates

    Banks, Finance (08.10.2008) 291


Blears, Rt Hon Hazel, Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government

                  Written Statements

    Local government, Bank services 34-6ws

    Sustainable Communities Act 2007 36-7ws


    Departmental responsibilities, Dept for Communities and Local Government 666

    Local government, Public participation 1089w

    Regeneration, Olympic Games 2012 668, 1086w

    Regional planning and development, Departmental coordination 662-5

    Regional planning and development, South West 653-4


    see Sight impaired


Bluetongue disease

    Disease control 912w

Blunt, Mr Crispin

                  Chamber Debates


    Financial services, Regulation 791

    Occupied territories, Housing 126


    Politics and government 1252w



Bone, Peter

                  Chamber Debates

    Banking Bill, 2R (14.10.2008) 694

    Dormant Bank and Building Society Accounts Bill (HL), 2R (06.10.2008) 40

    Financial markets (09.10.2008) 431

    Human rights (13.10.2008) 558

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Crime, Northamptonshire (07.10.2008) 53-4wh


    Afghanistan, Politics and government 130

    Arthritis, Drugs 388w

    Asylum, Employment 769w

    Asylum, Expenditure 994w

    Departmental responsibilities, Dept for Culture Media and Sport 13

    Electoral register, Commonwealth 392

    Higher education, Sanitation 1471-2w

    Human trafficking, Children 1104w

    Human trafficking, Prosecutions 791w

    Human trafficking, Victim support schemes 16w

    National Audit Office, Finance 8w

Border Agency

    see UK Border Agency


    Personal records 862w


    Petitions 1p

Borrow, Mr David S

                  Chamber Debates

    Banks, Finance (08.10.2008) 293

Bosnia and Herzegovina

    Peacekeeping operations 134

    Politics and government 216-7w

Boswell, Mr Tim

                  Chamber Debates


    Higher education, Departmental coordination 1323-4w

Bottomley, Peter


    Carbon reduction commitment 913-4w

    Western Sahara, Politics and government 238-9w

Bournemouth Borough Council Bill (HL) 2006-07

                  Chamber Debates

    2R order read (09.10.2008) 387, (16.10.2008) 899

Bovine tuberculosis


Bradford and Bingley

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

                  Chamber Debates

    Health services, Bexley (16.10.2008) 1030-2

                  Written Statements


    Ambulance services, Hoaxes and false alarms 388w

    Aviation, Dept of Health 403w

    Billing, Dept of Health 1548w

    Buildings, Dept of Health 403-4w

    Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 390-1w

    Community care, Disabled 1161w

    Data protection, Dept of Health 404w

    Databases, Dept of Health 607w

    Disciplinary proceedings, Dept of Health 404w

    Dorneywood, Dept of Health 409w

    EDF Energy, Dept of Health 410w

    General practitioners 411w

    General practitioners, Private sector 412w

    Health education, Greater London 1162w

    Health services, Essex 1174w

    Homeworking, Dept of Health 404w

    Hospices, Bank services 1452w

    Hospitals, Consultants 860w

    Hospitals, Infectious diseases 432-3w

    Hospitals, Waiting lists 433w

    Information, Dept of Health 405w

    Information Centre, Consultants 453w

    London Ambulance Service, Standards 439-40w

    London Ambulance Service, Vacancies 440-1w

    Manpower, Dept of Health 405-6w

    Medical records, Data protection 443-4w

    Medical records, Databases 444w

    Medical treatments, Lasers 855w

    Medical treatments, Radioactive materials 1170-1w

    Medicine, Education 1158w

    Mental health services, Advocacy 445w

    National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence 447-8w

    NHS, Information and communications technology 454-5w

    NHS, Per capita costs 1548w

    NHS, Private finance initiative 1162-3w

    NHS Direct, Contracts 1171w

    NHS Direct, Translation services 855-9w

    NHS foundation trusts, Bank services 1453w

    North West London Hospitals NHS Trust, Finance 1172w

    Official cars, Dept of Health 406w

    Official residences, Dept of Health 406w

    Olympic Games 2012, Dept of Health 457-8w

    Patient choice schemes 861w

    Patient choice schemes, Greater London 458w

    Pay, Dept of Health 1442w

    Prescriptions, Information and communications technology 459-60w

    Procurement, Dept of Health 406w

    Psychiatry, Regulation 460w

    Public relations, Dept of Health 406-7w

    Retirement, Dept of Health 407w

    South East, Dept of Health 463-4w

    Standish Hospital 861w

    Stress, Dept of Health 464w

    Surgery, Private sector 1178w

    Surveillance, Dept of Health 407w

    Syringes, Procurement 465w

    Telephone services, Dept of Health 1161w

    Written questions, Dept of Health 1161w

Brady, Mr Graham


    Armed forces, Resignations 909w

    General certificate of secondary education 1486w

    Mental health, Cannabis 1351w

    Mental health services 760w

    Plants, Local authorities 342w

    Public expenditure 995w

    Schools, Admissions 1285w


    English Partnerships 315w

Brake, Tom

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Health education, Greater London 1162w

    Housing, Greater London 972w

    Office of the Public Guardian, Manpower 183w

    Olympic Games 2012, North West 20

    Schools, Greater London 681w

Brazier, Mr Julian

                  Chamber Debates


    Terrorism, Northern Ireland 1255w


    Carbon sequestration 914w

Breast cancer

Breed, Mr Colin

                  Chamber Debates

    Dormant Bank and Building Society Accounts Bill (HL), 2R (06.10.2008) 56, 70

Brennan, Kevin, Parliamentary Secretary, Cabinet Office


    Appeals, Cabinet Office 557w

    Aviation, Cabinet Office 556w

    Cabinet, Birmingham 938w

    Cost of living, Southend on Sea 941w

    Data protection, Cabinet Office 556w

    Departmental responsibilities, Cabinet Office 651w

    Deprivation indicators 1395w

    Electoral register, Commonwealth 867w

    Government, Annual reports 1467w

    Industrial health and safety, Cabinet Office 557-8w

    Intelligence services, Vetting 560w

    Minimum wage, Yorkshire and the Humber 1412-3w

    Mobile phones, Cabinet Office 557-8w

    Non-profit making associations 823-5w

    Non-profit making associations, Lancashire 561w

    Office of the Third Sector, Consultants 953w

    Office of the Third Sector, Manpower 953-4w

    Office of the Third Sector, Operating costs 1468w

    Official residences, Cabinet Office 558w

    Press, Cabinet Office 1463w

    Public participation, Cabinet Office 558w

    Public relations, Dept for Children Schools and Families 483w

    Public sector, Learning disability 797w

    Surveillance, Cabinet Office 559w

    Taxis, Cabinet Office 561w

    Television, Cabinet Office 559w

    10 Downing Street, Food 1076w

    Unemployment, Bexley 956w

    Unemployment, Chelmsford 957w

    Unemployment, Lincolnshire 826w

    Unemployment, Yorkshire and the Humber 958-9w

    Unemployment, Young people 955-6w

    Voluntary organisations 651w

    Voluntary organisations, Finance 561-2w

    Voluntary organisations, Research 265

    Written questions, Cabinet Office 944w

Brent Teaching Primary Care Trust

British Broadcasting Corporation

    see BBC

British constitution

British Council

British Energy

    Electricite« de France 47ws

British Fluoridation Society

British Grand Prix

British Library

British nationality

British overseas territories

Broadcasting (Television Licence Fee Abolition) Bill 2007-08

                  Chamber Debates

    2R motion debated and withdrawn (17.10.2008) 1048-94

Brokenshire, James

                  Chamber Debates

    Financial markets (09.10.2008) 425, 427

    Health services, Bexley (16.10.2008) 1028

                  Westminster Hall Debates


    Alcoholic drinks, Misuse 562w

    Business questions 421

    Crime, Economic situation 1065w

    Data protection, Dept for Children Schools and Families 478-9w

    Data protection, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 720w

    Data protection, Dept for Innovation Universities and Skills 529w

    Data protection, Dept for Transport 197w

    Data protection, Dept for Work and Pensions 59-60w

    Data protection, Dept of Health 404w

    Data protection, Home Office 769-70w

    Data protection, Ministry of Defence 640w

    Data protection, Ministry of Justice 784w

    Data protection, Treasury 371w

    Drinking banning orders 1427w

    Driving offences, Insurance 573w

    Drugs, Afghanistan 124

    Drugs, Young people 608w

    Family intervention projects 1098-9w

    Offensive weapons, Pupil exclusions 498-9w

    Security guards, Licensing 578w

    Telecommunications, Databases 658w, 667w

Brooke, Mrs Annette L

                  Chamber Debates

    Children and Young Persons Bill (HL), Rep and 3R (08.10.2008) 325-7, 353-5, 376

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Regional planning and development, South West (07.10.2008) 33-5wh

    Young people, Autism (08.10.2008) 90-3wh


    Children in care, Health services 471-2w

    Parental compensation orders 183w

    Regional planning and development, South West 363w

    Rented housing, Antisocial behaviour 363-4w

    Schools, Closed circuit television 502w

    Special educational needs 1286w

    UN Convention on the Rights of the Child 521-2w

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

                  Written Statements

    Departmental responsibilities 32ws


    Afghanistan, Peacekeeping operations 272-3

    Alcoholic drinks, Prime Minister 554w

    Billing, Prime Minister 617w

    Buildings, Prime Minister 790w

    China, Foreign relations 615w

    Defence, Expenditure 616w

    Departmental responsibilities, Prime Minister 790w

    Disabled, Prime Minister 790w

    Domestic visits, Prime Minister 616w

    Former ministers, Business interests 876w

    Halifax Bank of Scotland, Lloyds TSB 274

    Industrial health and safety, Prime Minister 555w

    Intelligence and Security Committee, Manpower 877w

    Internet, Prime Minister 616w

    Israel, Nuclear weapons 617w

    Lehman Brothers, Prime Minister 876w

    Manpower, Cabinet Office 615w

    Manpower, Prime Minister 875w

    Ministerial policy advisors, Conditions of employment 618w

    Ministerial policy advisors, Pay 617-8w

    Ministers, Official residences 618w

    National Economic Council 877w

    Occupational health, Cabinet Office 616w

    Official engagements, Prime Minister 266-7, 617w

    Official residences, Prime Minister 877w

    Olympic Games 2012, Prime Minister 618w

    Overtime, Cabinet Office 617w

    Political Office, Furniture 618w

    Public participation, Prime Minister 555w

    Public sector net cash requirement 273-4

    Schools, Prime Minister 618-9w

    Sick leave, Prime Minister 555w

    Small businesses, Government assistance 273

    Taxation, Low incomes 272

    10 Downing Street, Shops 875w

    Training, Prime Minister 617w

    Visits abroad, Prime Minister 1255w

    World War II, Medals 275-6

    WPP, Prime Minister 876w

    Written questions, Prime Minister 875-6w

    Written statements, Prime Minister 877w

Brown, Lyn


    Police, Greater London 149w

    Regeneration, Olympic Games 2012 668, 1086w

Brown, Mr Russell

                  Chamber Debates

    Banking Bill, 2R (14.10.2008) 709

    Counter-Terrorism Bill, Lords amendts (13.10.2008) 626-7

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Digital broadcasting (14.10.2008) 190wh

Browne, Rt Hon Desmond


    Afghanistan, Peacekeeping operations 242w

Browne, Jeremy

                  Chamber Debates

    Dormant Bank and Building Society Accounts Bill (HL), 2R (06.10.2008) 62-6

    Financial markets (09.10.2008) 435-7

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Overseas investment, China (15.10.2008) 271-3wh

    Regional planning and development, South West (07.10.2008) 30wh, 44wh

Browning, Mrs Angela

                  Chamber Debates

    Banks, Finance (08.10.2008) 288

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Learning disability, Medical treatments (15.10.2008) 297-300wh


    Gold and foreign exchange reserves, USA 1003w

Bruce, Rt Hon Malcolm

                  Chamber Debates

    Banks, Finance (13.10.2008) 553

    Dept of Energy and Climate Change (16.10.2008) 945

    Financial markets (06.10.2008) 34


    Climate change, Dept for International Development 98-9w

    Developing countries, Natural disasters 109-10w

    Overseas aid, Education 1409w


    Foreign relations 217w

Bryant, Mr Chris, Deputy Leader of the House of Commons

                  Chamber Debates

    Broadcasting (Television License Fee Abolition) Bill, 2R motion debated and withdrawn (17.10.2008) 1066


    Disciplinary proceedings, Leader of the House of Commons 77w

    House of Commons, Reform 788w

    Members, Correspondence 400-1

    Members' staff, Pay 840w

    Members' staff, Redundancy 840w

    Members' staff, Redundancy pay 788-9w

    Overtime, Leader of the House of Commons 78w

    Parliamentary Resources Unit, Finance 840-1w

    Parliamentary session 1367-8w (482 3-4mc)

    Pay, Leader of the House of Commons 1255w

    Public bill committees 401-2

    Public participation, Leader of the House of Commons 788w

    Stress, Leader of the House of Commons 540w

    Taxis, Leader of the House of Commons 78w

    Written questions, Government responses 402-4

    Written questions, Leader of the House of Commons 1366-7w

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