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Hughes, Beverley, Parliamentary Secretary, Home Office


    Age of criminal responsibility 222-3w

    Ashford Prison, Fire prevention 600w

    Coroners, Maternity leave 706w

    Edwards, Christopher 702w

    Homicide, Convictions 704w

    Life imprisonment 703w

    Miscarriages of justice 239w

    Offenders, Electronic tagging 612w

    Pornography, Children 233w

    Prison Service, Homosexuality 228w

    Prison Service, Training 228w

    Prisoners, Exservicemen 614w

    Prisoners, Females 238w

    Prisoners, Republic of Ireland 238-9w

    Prisons, Construction 239w

    Prisons, Private sector 704w

    Restraint equipment, Pregnant women 612w

    Secure accommodation 612w

    Sex offender orders 233w

    Sexual offences 232w

    Sexual offences, Spelthorne 232-3w

    Wolvercote Clinic 227w

    Young offender institutions, Food 844w

    Young offenders, Custodial treatment 600-2w

    Young offenders, Restraint equipment 239w

Hughes, Mr Kevin Michael


    Performance and Innovation Unit 165w

Hughes, Simon

                  Debates etc.

    Police Reform Bill (HL), 2R (07.05.02) 51, 54, 67, 78

    Post offices (15.05.02) 783, 789

    World Summit on Sustainable Development (15.05.02) 845


    Archbishop of Canterbury 498

    Asylum, Voucher schemes 473w

    Local government, Elections 481-2w

    Locums, Manpower 499w

    Public sector, Wales 166w

    Sierra Leone, Overseas aid 694w

Human experiments

Human rights

    Dept for Environment Food and Rural Affairs 357w

    Government departments 389w

    Northern Ireland 747w

Human Rights Act 1998


Humber Police

Hunter, Mr Andrew

                  Debates etc.

    Edwards, Paul (09.05.02) 402-5


    General practitioners, Working hours 872w

    NHS, Finance 97w

Hurst, Mr Alan

                  Debates etc.

    Business questions (09.05.02) 312-3

                  Sittings in Westminster Hall


    Councillors, Vacancies 514w

    Dental services, Essex 615w

    Edwards, Christopher 702w

Hutton, Rt Hon John, Minister of State, Dept of Health


    Accident and emergency departments, Manpower 344w

    Anthrax, Vaccination 265w

    Bowel cancer, Medical treatments 351w

    Chemical and biological warfare, Civil defence 354w

    Dental services 500w

    Doctors' list of patients 94w

    Drugs, Generic prescribing 346w

    Fulbourn School of Nursing, Private finance initiative 345w

    General practitioners, Recruitment 723w

    General practitioners, Working hours 872w

    Health Care International 862w

    Hospitals, Crimes of violence 729w

    Hospitals, Private finance initiative 859-60w

    Locums, Manpower 499w

    Medical profession, Recruitment 95w, 353w

    Members, Correspondence 354w

    NHS, Information technology 344w

    NHS, Management 95w

    NHS, Resignations 356w

    NHS Modernisation Board, Annual reports 353-4w

    Nurses, Job description 354w

    Occupational therapy, Manpower 620-2w

    Occupational therapy, Recruitment 619-20w

    Operating theatres 869w

    Out of Hours Review Team 866w

    Patients' rights 97w

    Rheumatology, Manpower 733w

    Serials, Dept of Health 263w

    Speech therapy, Recruitment 500w

    Speech therapy, Vacancies 743w

    Thames Gateway NHS Trust, Private finance initiative 861w

    Visits abroad, Dept of Health 738w

Hydrographic Office


    Operating theatres 869w


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