Written Ministerial Statements

Monday, 3 July 2006

  • House of Lords

    • Terrorism: Assets

      My honourable friend the Economic Secretary to the Treasury (Ed Balls) has made the following Written Statement. Robust counter-terrorist finance measures help to save lives and hold terrorists...

  • Treasury

    • UN Licensing System

      Robust counter-terrorist finance measures help to save lives and hold terrorists to account for their actions, and the Government constantly review the operation of their financial sanctions...

  • Communities and Local Government

  • Defence

    • Modernising Defence

      At a time when our armed forces are conducting operations around the world, it is important that the Ministry of Defence Department seeks every opportunity to ensure that every pound of the tax...

  • Education and Skills

    • Student Finance

      The Government published the report of the review of Higher Education Student Finance in England on 31 January at: www.dfes.gov.uk/hegateway/hereform/studentfinance/index.cfm. The report set...

  • Home Department

    • National Policing Board

      In order to strengthen the tripartite governance of policing in England and Wales, I am, with the support of the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO) and the Association of Police...

  • International Development

    • Uganda

      Following my visit to Uganda in May I wish to inform the House of the decision I have taken about the future level of UK poverty reduction budget support (PRBS) to Uganda. When the current PRBS...

What is this?

Written Ministerial Statements were introducted in late 2002 to stop the practice of having “planted” or “inspired” questions designed to elicit Government statements.

They are just that – statements on a particular topic by a Government Minister.

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