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Hague, Rt Hon William

                  Chamber Debates

    EC budget (15.06.2005) 311-6


    Land use, Motor sports 42w

Hain, Rt Hon Peter, Secretary of State for Northern Ireland and Secretary of State for Wales

                  Chamber Debates

    Transport (Wales) Bill, 2R (16.06.2005) 409-20, 426

    Wales, Ministerial statements (15.06.2005) 263-7, 269-76

                  Written Statements

    Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission, Public appointments 24-6ws

    "Police Service of Northern Ireland Annual Report 2004/05" 46ws

    "Probation Board for Northern Ireland Corporate Plan 2005/08 and Business Plan 2005/06" 51-2ws

    Public Prosecution Service for Northern Ireland 4-5ws


    Computers, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 1034w

    Constituencies, Northern Ireland 850w

    Honours, Northern Ireland Office 1468w

    Honours, Office of the Secretary of State for Wales 528w

    Hospitals, Waiting lists 1033w

    Identity cards, Northern Ireland 857w

    Market towns, Wales 1035w

    National Assembly for Wales, Elections 781-3

    National Assembly for Wales, Powers 788-9

    Northern Ireland Assembly, Sinn Fein 1471w

    Prescriptions, Wales 787-8

    Security, Northern Ireland 249-50

    Students, Fees and charges 528w

Hair dyes

Hall, Patrick

                  Chamber Debates

    Identity Cards Bill, 2R (28.06.2005) 1191

    Racial and Religious Hatred Bill, 2R (21.06.2005) 681-2



Hamilton, David


    Carbon dioxide, Pollution control 720-1w

    Occupied territories 1480w

    Post offices, Midlothian 1238w

Hamilton, Mr Fabian


    Credit cards, Debts 1233w

    Credit cards, Direct mail 1771w

Hammersmith and Fulham

    Inheritance tax 341w

Hammond, Mr Philip

                  Chamber Debates


    Private finance initiative, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 112w

    Private finance initiative, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 469w

    Private finance initiative, Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 242w

    Private finance initiative, Dept for Transport 250w

    Private finance initiative, Dept for Work and Pensions 1080-1w

    Private finance initiative, Dept of Health 802-4w

    Private finance initiative, Dept of Trade and Industry 83w

    Private finance initiative, Foreign and Commonwealth Office 478-9w

    Private finance initiative, Home Office 1672w

    Private finance initiative, Ministry of Defence 16-7w

    Private finance initiative, Office of the Deputy Prime Minister 124w

    Taxation, Economic situation 1425-6

Hammond, Stephen

                  Chamber Debates



    In vitro fertilisation 1358w

Hancock, Mr Mike


    Antidepressants, Young people 965w

    Armed forces, Deployment 1212w

    Assets, Ministry of Defence 13w

    Astute class submarines 443w

    Child benefit, Asylum 930w

    Contracts, Ministry of Defence 1204w

    Customs officers, Recruitment 1091w

    Defence, Shipbuilding 1069w

    Defence Logistics Organisation 630-1w

    Dental services, Patients 1520w

    Disabled, Ministry of Defence 662-3w

    Drugs, Rehabilitation centres 1503w

    Freedom of information, Ministry of Defence 14w

    General Belgrano, Disclosure of information 665w

    HMS Malabar, Bermuda 1400w

    Information technology, Ministry of Defence 443w

    Iran, Defence equipment 1208w

    Iraq, Peace keeping operations 631w

    Joint strike fighter aircraft 1146w

    Magazine press, Males 529w

    Medical Supplies Agency, Operating costs 899-900w

    Military afloat reach and sustainability programme 445w, 1070w

    Military aid, Natural disasters 15w

    Nuclear safeguards, Portsmouth 1213w

    Portsmouth Dockyard, Emergencies 1399w

    Probation boards 170w

    Pupils, Intimidation 1047w

    Radioactive materials, Russia 479-80w

    Radioactive materials, Storage 1044w

    Radioactive materials, Trident submarine 1691-2w

    Rapid transit systems, Hampshire 1042w

    Research, Ministry of Defence 1204-5w

    RFA Grey Rover, Decommissioning 17-8w

    Royal Fleet Auxiliary, Decommissioning 445-6w

    Security, Energy supply 447-8w

    Teenage pregnancy, Portsmouth 1300w

    Type 22 frigates, Helicopters 446w

    Type 23 frigates, Sonar 672w

    Type 42 destroyers, Decommissioning 446w

    Type 45 destroyers, Procurement 446w

    Uganda, Politics and government 916w

    Utilities, EC action 1234w

    Warships, Procurement 1147w


Hands, Greg

                  Chamber Debates

    Racial and Religious Hatred Bill, 2R (21.06.2005) 732


    Antisocial behaviour, Hammersmith and Fulham 756-7w

    Anti-Social Behaviour Act 2003 757w

    Council tax, Reform 270w

    Crime, Hammersmith and Fulham 757w

    Disability Discrimination Act 1995 1141w

    Hammersmith and Fulham 213w

    Health Development Agency, Finance 1506w

    Health Development Agency, Manpower 1361w

    Inheritance tax, Hammersmith and Fulham 341w

    Local government, Accountability 1316w

    National Institute for Clinical Excellence, Manpower 1374w

    National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence, Finance 1609w

    National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence, Manpower 1374w

    North Korea, Nuclear weapons 1285-6w

    Police, Bureaucracy 154w

    Students, Fees and charges 232-3w

    Theft, Hammersmith and Fulham 757w

    Wormwood Scrubs Act 1879 1401w

Hanson, David, Minister of State, Northern Ireland Office

                  Chamber Debates

                  Written Statements

    "Criminal Justice System Northern Ireland Annual Report 2004/05" 24ws

    Fisheries, Northern Ireland 60ws

    "Ilex Urban Regeneration Annual Report 2003/04" 4ws


    Absent voting, Northern Ireland 1076w

    Big Lottery Fund, Northern Ireland 1462w

    Disability living allowance, Strangford 1329-30w

    Elections, Northern Ireland 1586w

    Fisheries, Northern Ireland 1074w

    Incapacity benefit, Northern Ireland 857w

    Languages, Northern Ireland 955-6w

    Life imprisonment, Northern Ireland 859w

    Local Election (Northern Ireland) (Amendment) Order 2005 1328w

    Pension credit, Northern Ireland 1741w

    Pensioners, Strangford 1470w

    Political parties, Northern Ireland 864w

    Public libraries, Northern Ireland 858-9w

    Religious hatred, Northern Ireland 1586-7w

    Royal Irish Regiment 243-4

    Sentencing, Northern Ireland 1587w

    Shared ownership schemes, Northern Ireland 50w, 1323w

    Social rented housing, Northern Ireland 317-24w

    State retirement pensions, Females 1742w

    Voluntary organisations, Northern Ireland 964w

Hare coursing

    Northern Ireland 854w


    Primary health care 519w

Harman, Rt Hon Harriet, Minister of State, Dept for Constitutional Affairs

                  Chamber Debates

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Electoral systems (14.06.2005) 71-4wh

    Voting methods (14.06.2005) 73wh

                  Written Statements

    Courts, Broadcasting 65ws

    Freedom of Information Act 2000 19ws

    "Freedom of Information Act 2000 Statistics on Implementation in Central Government January to March 2005" 41ws

    Judicial Appointments and Conduct Ombudsman 56-7ws

    National Archives, Standards 55-6ws


    Administration of justice, Manpower 812w

    Cemeteries, Hertfordshire 182w

    Community justice centres, Salford 178w

    Computers, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 814-5w

    Confiscation orders 1332w

    Constituencies, Gloucestershire 1089w

    Constituencies, Reform 183w

    Coroners, Retirement 523w

    Cost effectiveness, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 811w

    County courts, Judgements 1333w

    Courts, Colchester 179w

    Courts, Working hours 977w

    Cremation, Regulation 1036w

    Criminal justice centres, Liverpool 811w

    Crown courts, Members 468w

    Crown courts, Public appointments 266w

    Elections, Maladministration 462-6w

    Elections, Voting methods 1089w

    Electoral register, Access 181w

    Electoral register, Archives 1088-9w

    Electoral register, Prosecutions 181w, 184w

    Electoral register, Woking 814w

    Electronic voting 470w

    Freedom of information, Applications 467w

    General Election 2005, Election observers 1745w

    HM Courts Service, Cost effectiveness 978w

    Honours, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 1335w

    House of Lords, Reform 266w

    Judiciary, Pensions 182w

    Judiciary, Public appointments 467w

    Judiciary, Qualifications 980w

    Legal advice and assistance, Victims 184w

    Legislation, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 523w

    Magistrates, Nottingham 266w

    Magistrates, Warrington 468w

    Management, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 980w

    Manpower, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 980w

    Polling stations, Opening hours 526w

    Private finance initiative, Dept for Constitutional Affairs 469w

    Registration of births deaths and marriages 155w

    Trials, Greater London 183w

    Wills, Disclosure of information 182w

Harper, Mark

                  Chamber Debates

    Regulation of Financial Services (Land Transactions) Bill, 2R (23.06.2005) 981-3

    Special educational needs (22.06.2005) 846-8

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Aerials, Planning permission (28.06.2005) 349wh


    European Constitution Treaty 908w

Harris, Dr Evan

                  Chamber Debates

    Zimbabwe (27.06.2005) 1031


    Developing countries, HIV infection 1296-7

Harris, Mr Tom

                  Chamber Debates


    Northern Ireland government 244-5


    Social security benefits 62-3ws


Harvey, Nick

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    Water charges, South West region (14.06.2005) 1-5wh, 21wh


    Cleaning services, House of Commons Commission 878w

    House of Commons, Internet 1406w

    House of Commons, Stress 1566w

    Palace of Westminster, Tourism 1183-4w

Havard, Mr Dai

                  Chamber Debates

    Care Homes, Caerphilly (23.06.2005) 999

                  Westminster Hall Debates

    National Institute for Clinical Excellence (22.06.2005) 269-76wh


    Medical equipment, Licensing 1752w

    Prescription drugs, Licensing 1750-2w


Hayes, Mr John

                  Chamber Debates


    Business questions 404

    Channel tunnel railway line 1417w

    EU Situation Centre 1249w

    Railways, Northern Ireland 850-1w

    Railways, Passengers 923w

    Railways, Radioactive materials 921-2w

    Railways, Repairs and maintenance 922w, 924w

    World War II, Anniversaries 749w

Hayes Committee

    see Occupational Pensions Regulatory Authority

Hazardous substances

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