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Written Ministerial Statements — Privy Council: Supplementary Estimates (22 Feb 2005)

David Lammy: Subject to parliamentary approval of any necessary supplementary estimate, the Privy Council Office DEL will be increased by £466,000 from £4,195,000 to £4,661,000 and the gross administration costs limit will be increased by £466,000 from £4,158,000 to £4,624,000. Within the DEL change, the impact on resources and capital is as set out in the following table: £'000s New DEL ...

Written Answers — Privy Council: EU Committees (3 Jun 2003)

John Bercow: To ask the President of the Council how many officials in the Department serve on EU committees or working parties.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Euro (3 Jun 2003)

Norman Lamb: To ask the President of the Council when he received the Treasury documents relating to the five economic tests and the 18 background studies; what discussions he has held with ministerial colleagues on the tests since receipt of the documents; when he expects to complete his analysis of the documents; and what representations (a) he and (b) departmental officials will make to other...

Written Answers — Privy Council: Parliamentary Questions (3 Jun 2003)

Piara S Khabra: To ask the President of the Council how many written questions were tabled in the last Parliamentary session; and at what cost to public funds.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Privy Council Committees (3 Jun 2003)

Gordon Prentice: To ask the President of the Council if he will list the (a) ad hoc and (b) standing committees of the Privy Council, indicating in each case their membership.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Correspondence (22 May 2003)

John Bercow: To ask the President of the Council how many staff have been employed in the Ministerial Correspondence Unit of the Department in each of the last two years.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Efficiency Savings (22 May 2003)

John Bercow: To ask the President of the Council what the target is for efficiency savings in 2003–04 expressed (a) in money terms and (b) as a percentage of the Department's expenditure limit.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Modernisation (22 May 2003)

Mr Tam Dalyell: To ask the President of the Council if he will put forward to the Select Committee on Modernisation of the House of Commons a proposal to establish a system of ad hoc committees.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Sickness Absence (22 May 2003)

John Bercow: To ask the President of the Council how many staff in the Department have been on long-term sick leave in each of the last two years.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Modernisation (20 May 2003)

Ben Chapman: To ask the President of the Council what plans he has to ask the Select Committee on the Modernisation of the House of Commons to review the recent reform of the system of application for adjournment debates in Westminster Hall.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Working Hours (20 May 2003)

Bob Spink: To ask the President of the Council what recent representations he has had on the working hours of the House of Commons.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Appointments Commission (15 May 2003)

Gordon Prentice: To ask the President of the Council (1) how many times the House of Lords Appointments Commission has met in the last 12 months; (2) what the annual cost is of running the House of Lords Appointments Commission.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Departmental Report (15 May 2003)

John Bercow: To ask the President of the Council what the cost was of the publication of the 2001 Departmental Report.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Honours (15 May 2003)

Greg Pope: To ask the President of the Council how many officials in his Department have received honours; and how many honours are held by his officials, broken down by category of honour.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Ceremonial Clothing (13 May 2003)

David Winnick: To ask the President of the Council if he will propose to the Select Committee on Modernisation of the House of Commons that ceremonial clothing worn by officers should be dispensed with.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Civil Service (People with Disabilities) (7 May 2003)

John Bercow: To ask the President of the Council what progress has been made in meeting targets for the proportion of people with disabilities in senior posts in the Department.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Age Discrimination (30 Apr 2003)

John Bercow: To ask the President of the Council what steps the Department is taking to address the issue of age discrimination.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Sickness Absence (30 Apr 2003)

John Bercow: To ask the President of the Council how many staff in his Department were on long-term sick leave in each of the last five years.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Websites (29 Apr 2003)

Tim Yeo: To ask the President of the Council if he will make a statement on the (a) cost of and (b) number of visitors to each website operated by his Department in each year since its establishment.

Written Answers — Privy Council: Working Hours (29 Apr 2003)

Bob Spink: To ask the President of the Council if he will reconsult hon. Members on (a) the operation of the new working hours and (b) the demand for a debate on working hours at the end of this Session.


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