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Volume No. 516Part No. 56

Written Ministerial Statements for 21 October 2010


Business, Innovation and Skills

Education (Student Support) Regulations 2009 (Amendment) Regulations 2010

Treasury

Bank Levy (Draft Legislation)

Communities and Local Government

Council Tax

Culture, Media and Sport

Spending Review Statement

Justice

Immigration and Asylum Appeals (Fees)
Court Fees (Public Law Family Proceedings)

Wales

National Assembly for Wales (Referendum on Law-making Powers)


This Table of Contents lists column numbers, department & subject heading and texts of Written Ministerial Statements in the Commons Hansard
21 October 2010

Volume No. 516Part No. 56

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Column: 57WS

Column: 57WS

Written Ministerial Statements [21 Oct 2010]

Business, Innovation and Skills [21 Oct 2010]

Education (Student Support) Regulations 2009 (Amendment) Regulations 2010 [21 Oct 2010]

The Minister for Universities and Science (Mr David Willetts):

Treasury [21 Oct 2010]

Bank Levy (Draft Legislation) [21 Oct 2010]

The Financial Secretary to the Treasury (Mr Mark Hoban):

Column: 58WS

Communities and Local Government [21 Oct 2010]

Council Tax [21 Oct 2010]

The Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government (Mr Eric Pickles):

Column: 59WS

Culture, Media and Sport [21 Oct 2010]

Spending Review Statement [21 Oct 2010]

The Secretary of State for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport (Mr Jeremy Hunt):

Column: 60WS

Column: 61WS

Column: 62WS

Column: 63WS

Column: 64WS

Column: 65WS

Column: 66WS

Justice [21 Oct 2010]

Immigration and Asylum Appeals (Fees) [21 Oct 2010]

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice (Mr Jonathan Djanogly):

Court Fees (Public Law Family Proceedings) [21 Oct 2010]

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Justice (Mr Jonathan Djanogly):

Column: 71WS

Wales [21 Oct 2010]

National Assembly for Wales (Referendum on Law-making Powers) [21 Oct 2010]

The Secretary of State for Wales (Mrs Cheryl Gillan):

Column: 72WS

Column: 73WS

Column: 74WS


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