Departmental Websites

Home Department written question – answered on 27th April 2006.

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Photo of Norman Baker Norman Baker Liberal Democrat, Lewes

To ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department if he will list (a) the websites operated by his Department and (b) the reports placed on the internet in March 2006, indicating in each case whether paper copies were also made available.

Photo of Charles Clarke Charles Clarke Home Secretary

As of 21 April 2006, the Home Office operates 40 websites.

The core Home Office website also has a number of sub-domains, such as, which act as portal sites for practitioners around policy issues.

After a major redevelopment in September 2005, which brought nine separate websites under the main Home Office domain, a plan is under way to consolidate all of our sites by March 2007.

The Home Office does not keep a central record of all of the reports published on its websites. The information requested about numbers of reports published on the internet in March 2006—and also made available in paper copy—can therefore not be collected without incurring disproportionate cost.


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neil scott
Posted on 2 Jul 2007 10:42 am

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