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That this House notes that from time to time ministers incompletely answer questions, refuse to provide information or give no answer to written questions, resulting in a substantial failure of public accountability; therefore believes that it is right for processes to exist to force ministers to give proper answers in the public interest; and calls for all appropriate bodies to act to ensure that public accountability is upheld.
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after `interest', insert `for example, by requiring Ministers who have responded thus to a question for written answer to answer such questions again orally on the floor of the House;'.
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