Latest written ministerial statements published

10 September 2009

The latest written ministerial statements on a variety of subjects were published on 9 September. These kinds of statements are normally used to put the day-to-day business of government on the official record and in the public domain.

Defence

Signing of contracts for the third tranche of work on Typhoon multi-role combat aircraft (Quentin Davies, Parliamentary Under Secretary, Defence Equipment and Support)

Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Announcment of new public body, the Marine Management Organisation which will subsume DEFRA's Marine and Fisheries Agency (Jim Fitzpatrick, Minister of State, Food, Farming and Environment)

Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Latest six-monthly report on the implementation of the Sino-British Joint Declaration on Hong Kong (David Miliband, Foreign Secretary).

Home Office

Publication of the second annual report of the National DNA Database Ethics Group (Alan Campbell, Parliamentary Under Secretary, Crime Reduction)

Justice

The Ministry of Justice has handed over the new UK Supreme Court - located in the recently renovated Middlesex Guildhall Building in Parliament Square - to the Court's chief executive (Michael Wills, Minister of State)

HM Treasury

Brief report on the G20 Finance Ministers' and Central Bank Governors' meeting in London on 4-5 September. G20 Leaders' Summits: Commons Library Standard Note (Alistair Darling, Chancellor of the Exchequer)

Leader of the House of Commons

Update on the consultation process on the Government's draft legislative programme 2009-10 (Harriet Harman, Leader of the Commons)

The remainder of the statements can be found in Commons Hansard.

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