This Table of Contents lists column numbers, department & subject headings and texts of Written Ministerial Statements in Commons Hansard
Monday 9 Feb 2004

Volume No. 417 Part No. 537

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Column: 53WS

Written Ministerial Statements [9 Feb 2004]

DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER [9 Feb 2004]

Greater London Authority [9 Feb 2004]

The Minister for Housing and Planning (Keith Hill)

HOME DEPARTMENT [9 Feb 2004]

National Asylum Support Service [9 Feb 2004]

The Minister for Citizenship and Immigration (Beverley Hughes)

Column: 54WS

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ENVIRONMENT, FOOD AND RURAL AFFAIRS [9 Feb 2004]

Bovine Tuberculosis [9 Feb 2004]

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Mr. Ben Bradshaw)

INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT [9 Feb 2004]

Spring Supplementary Estimates [9 Feb 2004]

The Secretary of State for International Development (Hilary Benn)

Column: 57WS

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TREASURY [9 Feb 2004]

Economic Reform in the EU [9 Feb 2004]

The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr. Gordon Brown)

HOME DEPARTMENT [9 Feb 2004]

Serious Organised Crime Agency [9 Feb 2004]

The Secretary of State for the Home Department (Mr. David Blunkett)

Column: 59WS

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DEFENCE [9 Feb 2004]

Veterans [9 Feb 2004]

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Defence (Mr. Ivor Caplin)

CABINET OFFICE [9 Feb 2004]

Regulation Task Force Report:"Independent Regulators" [9 Feb 2004]

The Minister for the Cabinet Office and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (Mr. Douglas Alexander)

Column: 62WS

ENVIRONMENT, FOOD AND RURAL AFFAIRS [9 Feb 2004]

Rights of Way (Crime Prevention) [9 Feb 2004]

The Minister for Rural Affairs and Local Environmental Quality (Alun Michael)

Column: 63WS

FOREIGN AND COMMONWEALTH AFFAIRS [9 Feb 2004]

Liberia [9 Feb 2004]

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (Mr. Bill Rammell)

Column: 64WS

Sudan [9 Feb 2004]

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (Mr. Bill Rammell)