Written Ministerial Statements

Tuesday, 23 April 2013

  • House of Lords

    • EU: Legislation

      My right honourable friend the Minister of State for Business and Enterprise (Michael Fallon) has today made the following Statement. The Government's guiding principles for EU legislation were...

  • Business, Innovation and Skills

    • Transposition of EU Legislation

      The Government’s guiding principles for EU legislation were put in place to end the so-called gold-plating of EU legislation so that British businesses are not put at a disadvantage...

  • Treasury

    • Investment Banks

      HM Treasury is today laying before Parliament a copy of the report of Peter Bloxham’s review of the Investment Bank Special Administration Regulations 2011. Those regulations, made under...

    • Scotland Analysis

      The Government have published the second paper in the Scotland analysis programme series to inform the debate on Scotland’s future within the United Kingdom. “Scotland analysis:...

  • Energy and Climate Change

    • Overseas-owned Plutonium in the UK

      In December 2011 the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) published its response to the consultation on plutonium management. The response said that Government’s preferred option...

  • Justice

    • Judicial Review

      I have today laid and published the Government’s response to the engagement exercise “Judicial Review: proposals for reform”, which ran from 13 December 2012 to 24 January...

  • Work and Pensions

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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