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Education written question – answered on 4th July 2012.

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Photo of Tom Watson Tom Watson Labour Party Deputy Chair; Campaign Co-ordinator, Deputy Chair, Labour Party

To ask the Secretary of State for Education pursuant to the answer of 11 June 2012, Official Report, column 383W, on publications, if he will list the number of copies of each publication to which his private office subscribes; and if he will publish the annual subscription cost for each item.

Photo of Tim Loughton Tim Loughton The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Education

The information requested is as follows:

(1) Daily newspapers

The Wall Street Journal: five copies per week

The Financial Times: five copies per week

The Guardian: five copies per week

The Independent: five copies per week

The Daily Mail: five copies per week

The Daily Express: five copies per week

The DailyMirror: five copies per week

The Sun: five copies per week

The Times: five copies per week

The Daily Telegraph: five copies per week

(2) Weekly periodicals

The Economist: one copy per week

New Statesman: one copy per week

The Spectator: one copy per week

Times Higher Education: one copy per week

Times Educational Supplement: one copy per week

(3) Other periodicals

London Review of Books: one copy per fortnight

The New York Review of Books: one copy per fortnight.

The annual subscription cost for each item is not held in such a way that they can be separately identified.

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