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Thames estuary

Thames Gateway

Thames Gateway bridge



    Agricultural machinery 573w

Thomas, Mr Gareth (Harrow West), Minister of State, Dept for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform and Dept for International Development

                  Written Statements

    EU Transport, Telecommunications and Energy Council 25-7ws


    Alcoholic drinks, Prices 1108w

    Commonwealth, Overseas trade 113-4w

    Consumers, Protection 1402w

    EC external trade, Wood 1814w

    Hong Kong, Overseas trade 1401w

    Iran, Overseas trade 1776w

    Montserrat, Overseas trade 426w

    Non-departmental public bodies, Dept for International Development 967-8w

    Older workers, Dept for International Development 117w

    Pensions, Dept for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform 1935w

    Public expenditure, Dept for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform 1936w

    Public houses, Closures 1112w

    Television, Dept for International Development 273w

    Turks and Caicos Islands, Overseas trade 1114-5w

    UK Trade and Investment Defence and Security Organisation, Public appointments 1401w

    UK Trade and Investment Defence and Security Organisation, Secondment 1401w


Thurso, John


    Public expenditure, Dept for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform 1936w



    South West Trains 269w

Tidal power

Timetabling of bills

Timms, Rt Hon Stephen, Financial Secretary to the Treasury

                  Chamber Debates

    Pre-Budget Report 2008 (26.11.2008) 746

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Interest rates, Mortgages (26.11.2008) 297-300wh

                  Written Statements

    Double taxation, Libya 19ws

    Revenue and Customs, Supply estimates 44-5ws


    Council tax, Valuation 1324w

    EC external trade, Israel 170w

    Excise duties, Motor vehicles 1896w

    Home computing initiative 423-4w

    Information and communications technology, Treasury 289w, 947-8w

    Interest rates, Small businesses 1901-2w

    Landfill Communities Fund 1903w

    Members, Correspondence 684w

    National insurance, Exemptions 1905-6w

    National insurance contributions 1905w

    Non-domestic rates, Empty property 952w

    Non-domestic rates, Licensed premises 965w

    Non-domestic rates, Ports 175-6w

    Poverty, Children 470w

    Revenue and Customs, Buildings 1914w

    Revenue and Customs, Correspondence 954-5w

    Revenue and Customs, Devon 1916w

    Revenue and Customs, Fraud 955w

    Revenue and Customs, Personal records 468-9w

    Revenue and Customs, Public appointments 176w

    Revenue and Customs, Secondment 958-60w

    Revenue and Customs, Standards 959w

    Revenue and Customs, Surveys 1917w

    Revenue and Customs, Telephone services 1917w

    Revenue and Customs, Torbay 955-6w

    Tax avoidance, EC action 944w

    Tax avoidance, Research 1332w

    Tax evasion, Financial services 1920w

    Taxation, Driving offences 950w

    Taxation, Horse racing 1898w

    Taxation, Pensioners 960w

    Taxation, Redundancy pay 1922w

    Taxation, Rehabilitation 961w

    Taxation, Self-assessment 961-2w

    Taxation, Small businesses 1922w

    Valuation Office, Bromley 468w

    Valuation Office, Databases 962w

    Valuation Office, Information and communications technology 177w, 471w, 1332w

    Valuation Office, Northern Ireland Land and Property Services 964w

    Valuation Office, Procurement 294w

    Valuation Office, Rent Service 776w

    Valuation Office, Rightmove 964w

    Valuation Office, South West 964-6w

    Welfare tax credits, Luton 1927w

    Working tax credit, Luton 1927w

Timpson, Edward


Tipping, Mr Paddy

                  Chamber Debates

    Energy Bill, Ways and means res and Lords amendts (18.11.2008) 149, 161


    Approved premises, Expenditure 1289w

    Carbon sequestration 1142w

    Housing, Low incomes 112-3

    Renewable transport fuel obligation 1181w

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