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Habitual offenders

Hague, Rt Hon William

                  Debates etc.

    Iraq (24.09.02) 13


    Charities, Insurance 39w

    Homicide, Doctors 92w

Hain, Rt Hon Peter, Minister for Europe, Foreign and Commonwealth Office

                  Sittings in Westminster Hall


    Cyprus, Peace negotiations 227w

    EC Foreign Affairs Council 530-2w

    Treaty of Nice, Republic of Ireland 226w

Hall, Mr Mike

                  Debates etc.

    Education (16.10.02) 328


Hamilton, David


Hammond, Mr Philip


    Aggregates levy 236w

    Batteries, Recycling 192w

    Communications Bill (Draft) 217w

    Electronic equipment, Waste disposal 192-3w

    Foreign investment in UK, Grants 145w

    Further education, Finance 123w

    Telephone systems 148w

    Virgin Rail, Compensation 715-6w


    Opium poppies 28w

Hancock, Mr Mike


    Abortion, South East region 492w

    Doctors, South East region 365-6w

    Hampshire, Ministry of Defence 315-6w

    Members, Correspondence 62w

    Mental health services, South East region 366w

    Pupil exclusions, Autism 120-1w

    Social security benefits, Pensioners 642w

    Special educational needs 104-5w

    Unmanned air vehicles 330w

    Written questions, Administrative delays 541w

Handy Cross Junction

    Repairs and maintenance 707-8w


    Social services 798w

Harman, Rt Hon Harriet, Solicitor-General


    Advertising, Solicitor-General 94w

    Annual reports, Solicitor-General 455-6w

    BAE Systems, Contracts 234w

    Criminal proceedings, Ethnic groups 93w

    Crown Prosecution Service, Complaints 81-2w

    Crown Prosecution Service, Manpower 89w

    Crown Prosecution Service, Racial discrimination 83w

    Crown Prosecution Service, Standards 84w, 86-9w

    Crown Prosecution Service, Training 83-5w

    Females, Solicitor-General 95w

    Homicide, Doctors 92w

    Law enforcement, Solicitor-General 93-4w

    Official engagements, Solicitor-General 90w

    Recruitment, Solicitor-General 904w

    Recycling, Solicitor-General 90w, 95w

    Sentencing, Appeals 223w

    Serious Fraud Office, Standards 91-2w

    Witnesses, Intimidation 82-3w

    Young offenders, Administration of justice 83w

Harmondsworth Detention Centre

Harris, Dr Evan


    Cancer, Health services 517-8w

    Doctors, Disciplinary proceedings 375-6w

    Drugs, Rehabilitation 368w

    National Institute for Clinical Excellence 809w

    NHS trusts, Waiting lists 331w

    Primary care trusts, Waiting lists 331w

    Primary education, Class sizes 878-82w

    Prisoners, Mentally ill 389w

    Reception classes, Admissions 767-8w

Harris, Mr Tom


    Northern Ireland Equality Commission, Public appointments 870w

Harvey, Nick


    BBC, Broadcasting programmes 133w

Haskins Task Force

    see Better Regulation Task Force

Havard, Mr Dai


Hawkins, Mr Nick

                  Debates etc.

    Public Trustee (Liability and Fees) Bill (HL), 3R (15.10.02) 262-5, 267

Hayes, Mr John

                  Debates etc.

    Rural areas (16.10.02) 420-3

                  Sittings in Westminster Hall


    Agriculture, Working hours 580-1w

    Common fisheries policy 573-4w

    Congress of Local and Regional Authorities of Europe 842w

    EC defence policy, Conferences 556w

    Fisheries, Manpower 574w

    Foot and mouth disease, Veterinary services 579-80w

Hazardous substances

Heald, Mr Oliver

                  Debates etc.

                  Sittings in Westminster Hall

    Airports, South East region (16.10.02) 85-6wh


    Health professions 381w

    Mental health services 391w

    Mental health services, Manpower 477w

    NHS, Information technology 354w

    NHS Efficiency Task Force 402w

    Nurses, Housing 360w

Healey, John, Economic Secretary, Treasury


    Customs and Excise, Information technology 591w

    Customs and Excise, Isle of Wight 607w

    Customs and Excise, Standards 600w, 617w

    Depleted uranium, USA 618w

    Diesel fuel, Aviation 610w

    Excise duties, Fuels 617w

    Import duties, Alcoholic drinks 609w

    Smuggling, Drugs 602w

    Smuggling, Tobacco 597w

    VAT, Unpaid taxes 617w


Health Care Audit and Inspection Commission

Health economics

Health education

Health hazards

Health professions

Health services

Healthy living centres


Hearing aids

Hearing impaired

    Social security benefits 634w

Heart diseases

    Medical treatments 808w

Heath, Mr David

                  Debates etc.


    Flood control 457

    Mining, Compensation 690w

    Noise, Licensed premises 280-1w

    Registration of births deaths and marriages 600-1w

    Registration of births deaths and marriages, Cremation 753w

Heathcoat-Amory, Rt Hon David

                  Debates etc.

    Iraq (24.09.02) 19

Heathrow Airport

Hedges and ditches

Henderson, Mr Doug

                  Debates etc.


Hendrick, Mr Mark

                  Debates etc.

    Education (16.10.02) 326

    Iraq (24.09.02) 61


Hendry, Mr Charles



Hepburn, Mr Stephen



    Genetically modified organisms 266w



    Antisocial behaviour orders 746w

Hertfordshire Constabulary

Hesford, Stephen


Hewitt, Rt Hon Ms Patricia, Secretary of State for Trade and Industry


    Beryllium, Exports 681w

    British Energy, British Nuclear Fuels 668-70w

    British Energy, Climate change levy 669-70w

    British Energy, Finance 666w

    British Energy, Public appointments 666w

    Coal fired power stations, Pollution control 191-2w

    Consultation papers, Dept of Trade and Industry 200-1w, 908w

    EC law, Dept of Trade and Industry 181w

    Employment, Sexual harassment 168w

    Equal pay, Financial services 80w

    Ethics, Dept of Trade and Industry 199w

    European Commission, Dept of Trade and Industry 697w

    Export controls, India 698w

    Export credit guarantees, Corruption 161w

    Export Credits Guarantee Dept 142-6w

    Females, Dept of Trade and Industry 450w

    Foresight programme, Crime prevention 149-50w

    Galileo project 154w

    Gas and Electricity Markets Authority 699w

    General Agreement on Trade in Services 146-8w, 687w

    General Agreement on Trade in Services, Water supply 687-8w

    Internet, Dept of Trade and Industry 203w

    Law enforcement, Dept of Trade and Industry 202w

    Manpower, Dept of Trade and Industry 198w

    Members, Correspondence 671w

    Ministerial policy advisors, Dept of Trade and Industry 200w

    New businesses, Ministerial policy advisors 200w

    Orders and regulations, Dept of Trade and Industry 202w

    Post offices, Closures 684w

    Postal services 698w

    Public expenditure, Dept of Trade and Industry 202-3w

    Public participation, Dept of Trade and Industry 201-2w

    Publications, Dept of Trade and Industry 698w

    Renewable energy, Export credit guarantees 674-5w

    Republic of Ireland, Dept of Trade and Industry 162w

    Science, Museums and galleries 163-4w

    Scotland, Dept of Trade and Industry 162w

    Secondment, Dept of Trade and Industry 199w

    Small businesses, Higher education 163w

    Temporary employment, Dept of Trade and Industry 686-7w

    Temporary employment, EC action 670w

    Trade competitiveness 198w

    Trade unions, Membership 700w

    Utilities, Regulation 203w

    Visits abroad, Dept of Trade and Industry 450w, 908w

    Written questions, Administrative delays 203w

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