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Paice, Mr James, Minister of State, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Natural England (26.10.2010) 50-3wh

                  Questions

    Agricultural Wages Board 1036

    Agriculture, Manpower 317w

    Agriculture, Regulation 602-3w

    Agriculture, Sky lanterns 675-6w

    Agriculture, Sustainable development 317w

    Beekeeping, Registration 318-9w

    Bees, Pesticides 676w

    Bovine tuberculosis 319w

    Bovine tuberculosis, Wales 207w

    Carbon emissions, Business 319w

    Climate change, Forests 676-7w

    Common agricultural policy 403w

    Dairy farming, Animal welfare 1041, 1043

    Dairy farming, Lincolnshire 1044

    Equine infectious anaemia 210-1w

    Farm Animal Welfare Council 205w

    Farmers, Bankruptcy 9-10w

    Farmers, Income 10w

    Farming Regulation Task Force 213-4w

    Food, Origin marking 10-1w

    Forestry Commission, Manpower 679w

    Forests, International assistance 895w

    Horse riding, Olympic Games 2012 212w

    Hunting Act 2004, Convictions 212-3w

    Livestock, Waste disposal 320w

    Mushrooms, Compost 806w

    Poultry, Animal welfare 680-1w

    Rural areas, Regional planning and development 407w

    Slaughterhouses, Devon 213w

Pain

Pakistan

Palestinian-Israeli conflict

    see Middle East

Palestinians

    Politics and government 915-6w

Palliative care

Papua

    Overseas investment 711w

Parental leave

Parish, Neil

                  Questions

    Agriculture, Trade competitiveness 1039

    Economic situation, Wales 912-3

    France, Military alliances 790

Parish councils

Parkinson's disease

Parliament

    Broadcasting 16

Parliament (Amendment) Bill 2010-12

                  Chamber Debates

Parliamentary questions

Parliamentary scrutiny

Parliamentary session

Parliamentary Voting System and Constituencies Bill 2010-12

                  Chamber Debates

Parliament's Education Service

Part-time education

Passenger ships

Passports

Patel, Priti

                  Chamber Debates

    Parliament, Points of order (04.11.2010) 1058

    Postal Services Bill, 2R (27.10.2010) 411-2

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    National Express East Anglia (02.11.2010) 243-7wh

                  Questions

    Business questions 1052

    Disciplinary proceedings, Cabinet Office 259-60w

    Disciplinary proceedings, Communities and Local Government 180-1w

    Disciplinary proceedings, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills 454w

    Disciplinary proceedings, Department for Culture, Media and Sport 106w

    Disciplinary proceedings, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs 403-4w

    Disciplinary proceedings, Department for International Development 48-9w

    Disciplinary proceedings, Department for Transport 464w

    Disciplinary proceedings, Department for Work and Pensions 192-4w

    Disciplinary proceedings, Department of Energy and Climate Change 328w

    Disciplinary proceedings, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 339-40w

    Disciplinary proceedings, Government Equalities Office 29w

    Disciplinary proceedings, Home Office 697-8w

    Disciplinary proceedings, Ministry of Justice 32w

    Disciplinary proceedings, Revenue and Customs 275-6w

    Disciplinary proceedings, Treasury 146w

    EU law, Home Office 64w

    Fire services, Industrial disputes 938-9w

    Human rights, Cabinet Office 262w

    Human rights, Communities and Local Government 185w

    Human rights, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills 137w

    Human rights, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs 11w

    Human rights, Department for International Development 54-5w

    Human rights, Department for Transport 465w

    Human rights, Department for Work and Pensions 157w

    Human rights, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 255-6w

    Human rights, Government Equalities Office 30w

    Human rights, Home Office 64w

    Human rights, Ministry of Justice 33-4w

    Human rights, Treasury 381w

    National Express East Anglia, Correspondence 802w

    Pay, Communities and Local Government 87-8w

    Pay, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills 321-2w, 616-8w

    Pay, Department for Culture, Media and Sport 106-8w

    Pay, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs 8w, 208w

    Pay, Department for International Development 49-54w

    Pay, Government Equalities Office 271-2w

    Pay, Ministry of Justice 504-8w

    Prisoners, Per capita costs 39-41w

    Revenue and Customs, Manpower 276w

    Revenue and Customs, Redundancy 383-4w

    Sick leave, Cabinet Office 261w

    Sick leave, Communities and Local Government 342-3w

    Sick leave, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills 131-2w

    Sick leave, Department for Culture, Media and Sport 108-10w, 174w

    Sick leave, Department for Education 287-8w

    Sick leave, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs 9w, 209w

    Sick leave, Department for International Development 55w

    Sick leave, Department for Work and Pensions 154-5w

    Sick leave, Department of Energy and Climate Change 278w

    Sick leave, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 572-4w

    Sick leave, Government Equalities Office 29-30w

    Sick leave, Home Office 698-9w

    Sick leave, Local government 91w

    Sick leave, Ministry of Defence 44-6w

    Sick leave, Ministry of Justice 33w

    Sick leave, Treasury 379w

    Social security benefits, Fraud 440w

    Tobacco, Retail trade 842w

Paternity leave

Paterson, Rt Hon Mr Owen, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland

                  Chamber Debates

    Bloody Sunday Tribunal of Inquiry (03.11.2010) 951-5

                  Written Statements

    Equality Commission for Northern Ireland, Public appointments 41ws

    Northern Ireland Prison Service 41-2ws

    Terrorism, Northern Ireland 42-4ws

                  Questions

    Billy Wright Inquiry 491w

    Economic situation, Northern Ireland 28-9w

    Intelligence services, Northern Ireland 29w

    Official hospitality, Northern Ireland Office 904w

    Redundancy, Northern Ireland Office 808-9w

Pawsey, Mark

                  Chamber Debates

    Public expenditure (28.10.2010) 557-8

                  Questions

    Police, Rugby (Warwickshire) 610

    Police stations, Opening hours 496w

    Travellers, Caravan sites 312

Pay

    Communities and Local Government 87-8w

    Crown Prosecution Service 489w

    Department for Business, Innovation and Skills 321-2w, 616-8w

    Department for Culture, Media and Sport 106-8w

    Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs 8w, 208w

    Department for International Development 49-54w

    Foreign and Commonwealth Office 23w

    Government Equalities Office 271-2w

PAYE


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