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Volume No. 587Part No. 53

House of Commons Written Statements 30 October 2014

treasury

communities and local government

foreign and commonwealth office

health

home department

justice

work and pensions


This Table of Contents lists column numbers, department & subject heading and texts of Written Statements in the Commons Hansard
30 October 2014

Volume No. 587Part No. 53

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Column: 25WS


Column: 25WS

Written Statements [30 Oct 2014]


Treasury [30 Oct 2014]

Financial Policy Committee (Housing Market Tools) [30 Oct 2014]

The Economic Secretary to the Treasury (Andrea Leadsom):

Communities and Local Government [30 Oct 2014]

Better Care Fund [30 Oct 2014]

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

Column: 26WS

Foreign and Commonwealth Office [30 Oct 2014]

Afghanistan (Progress Report) [30 Oct 2014]

The Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs (Mr Philip Hammond):

Column: 27WS

Health [30 Oct 2014]

Non-Departmental Public Bodies (Triennial Reviews) [30 Oct 2014]

The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills (George Freeman):


Column: 28WS

Home Department [30 Oct 2014]

Drugs Policy [30 Oct 2014]

The Minister for Crime Prevention (Norman Baker):

Column: 29WS

Column: 30WS

British-Irish Visa Scheme (Indian and Chinese Citizens) [30 Oct 2014]

The Minister for Security and Immigration (James Brokenshire):

Justice [30 Oct 2014]

Deaths of Service Personnel on Overseas Operations [30 Oct 2014]

The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice (Simon Hughes):

Column: 31WS

Column: 32WS

Work and Pensions [30 Oct 2014]

Work Capability Assessments [30 Oct 2014]

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


Column: 33WS


Column: 34WS