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Further written ministerial statements on a variety of subjects were published on 16 September. These statements are normally used to put the day-to-day business of government on the official record and in the public domain
Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform
Publication of the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills Progress Report on the Strategy for Sustainable Construction, a joint construction industry and Government initiative bringing together diverse regulations and setting standards.
Announcement of contract awarded to BVT Surface Fleet Ltd to provide in-service support for the Royal Navy's new Type 45 Destroyers.
Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
Availability of £16 million in funding to help local communities tackle surface water flooding.
Foreign and Commonwealth Office
Publication date - 2 October - announced for Government's response to the Foreign Affairs Committee report, ' Global Security: Afghanistan and Pakistan'.
Latest quarterly report to Parliament on the exercise of the control order powers.
Publication of a consultation paper on the multiple publication rule, concerning the civil law on defamation in relation to the internet.
Publication of report following public consultation for scheme of continuous enforcement of motor insurance, which seeks to reduce uninsured driving.
The remainder of the written statements can be found in Commons Hansard
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