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Graduates

Graham, Richard

                  Chamber Debates

    Finance Bill, 2R (06.07.2010) 251, 257-8

    Unemployment (07.07.2010) 415-6

                  Questions

    Economic growth, South West 786

    Travellers, Caravan sites 1079

Grant, Mrs Helen

                  Chamber Debates

    Counter-terrorism (13.07.2010) 809

                  Questions

    Armed forces, Families 818w

    Economic growth 781

    Third sector, Regulation 933-4

Gray, Mr James

                  Chamber Debates

    Afghanistan, Peacekeeping operations (07.07.2010) 385

                  Questions

    Afghanistan, Peacekeeping operations 10

    Economic growth, South West 785-6

    Multiple sclerosis, Drugs 401w

    Public expenditure, Home Office 201w

    RAF Lyneham 362

Grayling, Rt Hon Chris, Minister of State, Department for Work and Pensions

                  Chamber Debates

                  Questions

    Buildings, Department for Work and Pensions 680-1w

    Conferences, Department for Work and Pensions 322-3w

    Consultants, Department for Work and Pensions 211w

    Employment, Homelessness 518w

    Employment, Older workers 336w

    Employment and support allowance 103w, 212w

    Employment and support allowance, Arthritis 683w, 687w

    Employment and support allowance, Work capability assessment 223-4w, 442w

    Employment schemes, West Midlands 434-5w

    Equal opportunities, Department for Work and Pensions 323-4w

    Ethnic Minority Employment Task Force 724w

    EU law, Department for Work and Pensions 682-3w

    Future Jobs Fund, Greater London 518w

    Health and Safety Executive, Expenditure 724w

    Health and Safety Executive, Manpower 724-5w

    Jobcentre Plus, Manpower 684-5w

    Jobcentre Plus, Temporary employment 685w

    Jobseeker's allowance, Ashton-in-Makerfield 216w, 438-9w

    Jobseeker's allowance, Birmingham 328w, 526w

    Jobseeker's allowance, Bishop Auckland 215w, 438-9w

    Jobseeker's allowance, Bristol 526w, 685w

    Jobseeker's allowance, Clwyd 686w

    Jobseeker's allowance, Cynon Valley 328w, 525w

    Jobseeker's allowance, Durham 728w

    Jobseeker's allowance, Greater London 527w

    Jobseeker's allowance, Greater Manchester 438-9w

    Jobseeker's allowance, Houghton-le-Spring 438-9w

    Jobseeker's allowance, Kingston upon Hull 216w, 438-9w

    Jobseeker's allowance, Lancashire 438-9w

    Jobseeker's allowance, Newcastle upon Tyne 439w

    Jobseeker's allowance, Scotland 526w, 686w

    Jobseeker's allowance, Wakefield 328w, 526w

    Jobseeker's allowance, West Midlands 686w

    Jobseeker's allowance, Worsley 438-9w

    Lone parents, Lancashire 216-7w

    Mesothelioma, Death 217w

    Mortgages, Government assistance 328w

    New deal schemes, Birmingham 217-8w

    Non-departmental public bodies, Department for Work and Pensions 104w

    Official cars, Department for Work and Pensions 211w, 681w

    Offshore industry, Safety 108-9w

    Pay, Department for Work and Pensions 211-2w

    Public expenditure, Department for Work and Pensions 722-3w

    Recruitment, Sex establishments 223w

    Regulation, Department for Work and Pensions 723w

    Social security benefits 532w

    Social security benefits, Fraud 688w

    Social security benefits, Great Yarmouth 533w

    Social security benefits, Greater Manchester 221-2w

    Social security benefits, Motherwell 854w

    Social security benefits, Scotland 687-8w

    Speeches, Department for Work and Pensions 681w

    Training, Department for Work and Pensions 324w

    Unemployed people, Mental health 728w

    Unemployed people, Training 109w

Great Yarmouth

    Social security benefits 533w

Greater London

    Affordable housing 391w

    Future Jobs Fund 518w

    Jobseeker's allowance 527w

    Welfare tax credits 549w

Greater Manchester

    Local government 89w

    Police community support officers 746w

    Social security benefits 221-2w

    Welfare tax credits 92-3w

Greatrex, Tom

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Renewable energy (14.07.2010) 315wh

                  Questions

    Business questions 1098

    Entry clearances 203w

    Entry clearances, Married people 203w

    Office for Budget Responsibility 794

    Turks and Caicos Islands, Politics and government 161-2

Greece

    Administration of justice 171, 226w

Green, Damian, Minister of State, Home Office

                  Written Statements

    Immigration controls 42ws

                  Questions

    British nationality 386w

    Deportation, EU nationals 632w

    Deportation, Offenders 73-4w

    Deportation, Somalia 202w

    Detention centres, Children 631w

    Domestic violence, Immigrants 195w

    Entry clearances, Married people 203w

    Foreign workers 287w

    Illegal immigrants 634w

    Illegal immigrants, Overseas students 836w

    Immigration, Chernobyl 634w

    Immigration, Hungary 77w

    Immigration Act 1971, Prosecutions 76w

    Immigration controls 76w

    Immigration controls, English language 76-7w, 552w

    Legislation, Home Office 71w

    Passports, Intelligence services 288-9w

    Passports, Lost property 204-5w

    Prisoners, Foreign nationals 387-8w

    UK Border Agency, Standards 287-8w

Green, Kate

                  Chamber Debates

    Finance Bill, Com (13.07.2010) 880

    Rape, Rights of accused (08.07.2010) 559, 579

                  Questions

    Child benefit, Greater Manchester 182-3w

    Companies, Registration 878-9w

    Jobseeker's allowance, Greater Manchester 438-9w

    Lone parents, Greater Manchester 527-8w

    Pensioners, Greater Manchester 331-2w

    Post offices 509

    Pregnant women, Grants 185w

    Social rented housing 487w

    Social security benefits, Disability 220w

Green belt

Green Investment Bank

Greening, Justine, Economic Secretary

                  Chamber Debates

    Finance Bill, 2R (06.07.2010) 253

                  Questions

    Climate change levy 536w

    Crown lands and estates, Sales 409w

    Data protection, Treasury 914w

    Economic growth, South East 790-1

    Energy, Finance 535w

    Equal opportunities, Treasury 537w

    Excise duties, Alcoholic drinks 657w

    Government departments, Accountancy 410-2w

    Green Investment Bank 657w

    Lost property, Treasury 183-4w

    Ministerial policy advisers, Treasury 94-5w

    Mobile phones, Treasury 291w

    Non-departmental public bodies, Treasury 717w, 789-90

    Office for Budget Responsibility, Public appointments 540w, 911w

    Photographs, Treasury 410w

    Pregnant women, Grants 540w

    Public expenditure, Treasury 541w

    Regulation, Treasury 657w

    Social security benefits, Uprating 853-4w

    Stamp duty land tax 98w

    Tax allowances, Renewable energy 296w

    Taxation, Aviation 719w

    Taxation, Carbon emissions 339w

    Unemployment, South Yorkshire 413w

    VAT, Charities 791

    VAT, West Midlands 661w

Greenwood, Lilian

                  Chamber Debates

    Canterbury and Nottingham private bills, Revival motion (05.07.2010) 127, 129-30, 139, 142

    Finance Bill, 2R (06.07.2010) 277, 323-4

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Health services, Nottingham (06.07.2010) 49wh

                  Questions

    Emergency services, Pensions 944

    Landlords, Registration 1070-1

    Special educational needs 653-4

Grieve, Rt Hon Mr Dominic, Attorney General

                  Chamber Debates

    Terrorism Act 2006 (Disapplication of Section 25) Order (14.07.2010) 1029

                  Questions

    Buildings, Attorney General 748-9w

    Information and communications technology, Attorney General 645-6w

    Law Officers' Depts 648w

    Lighting, Attorney General 646-7w

    Litvinenko, Alexander 194w

    Marketing, Attorney General 749w

    Official cars, Attorney General 749-50w

    Official hospitality, Attorney General 647w

    Security, Attorney General 647-8w

    Stationery, Attorney General 648w

    Training, Attorney General 750-1w

    Utilities, Attorney General 751-3w

    Written questions, Attorney General 753w

Griffith, Nia

                  Chamber Debates

    Rape, Rights of accused (08.07.2010) 611-2, 615

Griffiths, Andrew

                  Questions

    OGCbuying.solutions, Official hospitality 600w

    Regional development agencies 883w

    Sponsorship, Communities and Local Government 493w


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