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Volume No. 558Part No. 111

House of Commons Written Ministerial Statements 5 February 2013

cabinet office

treasury

foreign and commonwealth office

health

justice

prime minister

transport

work and pensions


This Table of Contents lists column numbers, department & subject heading and texts of Written Ministerial Statements in the Commons Hansard
5 February 2013

Volume No. 558Part No. 111

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Written Ministerial Statements [5 Feb 2013]


Cabinet Office [5 Feb 2013]

Committee on Standards in Public Life (Triennial Review) [5 Feb 2013]

The Minister for the Cabinet Office and Paymaster General (Mr Francis Maude):

Column: 8WS

Treasury [5 Feb 2013]

Equitable Life Payment Scheme [5 Feb 2013]

The Economic Secretary to the Treasury (Sajid Javid):

Public Service Pensions (Up-Rating 2013) [5 Feb 2013]

The Chief Secretary to the Treasury (Danny Alexander):

Column: 9WS

Foreign and Commonwealth Office [5 Feb 2013]

Government Wine Cellar [5 Feb 2013]

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (Mark Simmonds):

Health [5 Feb 2013]

Mental Health (Registered Practitioners and Approved Clinicians) [5 Feb 2013]

The Secretary of State for Health (Mr Jeremy Hunt):


Column: 10WS

Justice [5 Feb 2013]

Judicial Pensions Reform [5 Feb 2013]

The Lord Chancellor and Secretary of State for Justice (Chris Grayling):


Column: 11WS

Prime Minister [5 Feb 2013]

Communications Data (Intelligence and Security Agencies) [5 Feb 2013]

The Prime Minister (Mr David Cameron):

Column: 12WS

Transport [5 Feb 2013]

Driving Test Language Support [5 Feb 2013]

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport (Stephen Hammond):

Work and Pensions [5 Feb 2013]

Universal Credit [5 Feb 2013]

The Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (Mr Iain Duncan Smith):


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