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07 July 2006

Sun sets on tanning company
seen at 16:11, 7 July in Insolvency Service News - national (Our copy).
Two companies who misled members of the public with false statements about their tanning and cleaning franchises have been wound up following an investigation by the Companies Investigation Branch (CIB) of The Insolvency...
Gypsies/Travellers in Scotland: The Twice-yearly Count - No.9: January 2006
seen at 16:11, 7 July in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
Twice yearly count of Gypsies/Travellers in Scotland
French trawler fined for illegal fishing in uk waters
seen at 16:10, 7 July in Department for Environment, Food And Rural Affairs News - national (Our copy).
The master of a French trawler L'arc en Ciel (BL899828), was ordered to pay a total of £14,750 for illegally fishing in UK waters.
Deputy Prime Minister
seen at 16:10, 7 July in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked if there might be an inquiry into John Prescott by Sir John Bourn after comments by Gus O'Donnell last night, the PMS said that the Cabinet office were answering questions on Gus O'Donnell. The Prime Minister...
7/7
seen at 16:10, 7 July in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
The Prime Minister's Spokesman (PMS) said that today was the anniversary of the 7/7 London bombings, a day of quiet, dignified reflection and remembrance shared by hundreds of thousands of people in London and throughout...
Morning press briefing from 7 July 2006
seen at 16:10, 7 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
Press briefing from the Prime Minister's Official Spokesman on: 7/7 and Deputy Prime Minister
Look back at the PM's week
seen at 16:10, 7 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
This week was the first anniversary of several major events - the G8 summit, 2012 Olympic Games success and London bombings.
Consultation on Ordinary Residence proposed changes to the Social Work ( Scotland ) Act 1968 - responses
seen at 14:12, 7 July in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
Responses to Consultation on Ordinary Residence proposed changes to the Social Work (Scotland) Act 1968
Amendment To Section 1(2) of the Damages (Scotland) Act 1976: Consultation Paper
seen at 14:11, 7 July in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
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Survey results question difference in public/private sector sick leave
seen at 14:11, 7 July in Health and Safety Executive News - national (Our copy).
The popular view that public sector workers take more sick leave than their private sector counterparts is misleading says an HSE report. The results of a recent HSE survey suggest that there is evidence of higher...
2 million funding approved for fish market
seen at 14:11, 7 July in Department for Environment, Food And Rural Affairs News - national (Our copy).
Brixham's fish industry is to get a £2 million boost from the European funds managed by Defra's Marine Fisheries Agency.
Financial adviser stripped of credit licence
seen at 14:11, 7 July in Department of Trade and Industry News - national (Our copy).
A firm of financial advisers which was found to be a serious risk to consumers has had its consumer credit licence revoked.
Nation takes part in day of remembrance
seen at 14:10, 7 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
People across the UK observed a two-minute silence today to mark the first anniversary of the July 7 attacks on London.
The Welfare of Animals at Slaughter: Consultation on the Proposed Amendment to the Welfare of Animals (Slaughter or Killing) Regulations 1995: Use of Gas as a Killing Method for Birds Outside of a Slaughter House
seen at 11:11, 7 July in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
Consultation on the Proposed Amendment to the Welfare of Animals (Slaughter or Killing) Regulations 1995: Use of Gas as a Killing Method for Birds Outside of a Slaughter House
Natwest Three
seen at 11:10, 7 July in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked if there had been any progress on the Natwest three, the PMOS said we were actively considering what we could do but the position remained as it was yesterday....
Afghanistan
seen at 11:10, 7 July in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked if there was anything more on troops, the PMOS said that even though it was old fashioned we needed to make the decision before announcing it. Asked what was different in this request from the Ed Butler one...
Rupert Murdoch
seen at 11:10, 7 July in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked about the Freedom of Information request about Prime Ministerial meetings with Rupert Murdoch, the PMOS said that the FOI Commissioner had said that we should publish the dates of official conversations, as...
Deputy Prime Minister
seen at 11:10, 7 July in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked why there was radio silence on whether Sir John Bourne or Sir Gus O'Donnell were looking into the issues presently concerning the Deputy Prime Minister, the PMOS said that he was not a spokesman for the Cabinet...
7/7 Video
seen at 11:10, 7 July in Downing Street Says (Our copy).
Asked if there was any reaction to the video, the Prime Minister's Official Spokesman (PMOS) said that we would not be giving a reaction as we thought the attention should focus on the quiet reflection of the nation...
Afternoon press briefing from 6 July 2006
seen at 11:10, 7 July in Number 10 » News Stories (Our copy).
Press briefing from the Prime Minister's Official Spokesman on: 7/7 Video, Deputy Prime Minister, Rupert Murdoch, Afghanistan and Natwest Three
Managing Information Across Partners: A Strategy for the Scottish Education Sector
seen at 10:11, 7 July in The Scottish Government Publications - Latest (Our copy).
Consultants report on better linking up Scottish post school education data
Uk pioneers global cooperation to secure the future
seen at 10:11, 7 July in Department for Environment, Food And Rural Affairs News - national (Our copy).
Global efforts to achieve social, economic and environmental improvements are being boosted by pioneering agreements spearheaded by Britain, Environment Minister Ian Pearson told an international conference today...
Appeal Tribunals: Annual Report (Lord Hunt of Kings Heath, Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Department for Work and Pensions)
seen at 10:10, 7 July in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).
I am pleased to publish today the sixth report by the president of appeal tribunals on the standard of decisions made on behalf of the Secretary of State in cases which come before appeal tribunals. The major reasons...
EU: Economic and Financial Affairs Council (Lord McKenzie of Luton, Lords in Waiting, HM Household)
seen at 10:10, 7 July in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).
The Chancellor of the Exchequer (Mr Gordon Brown) has made the following Written Ministerial Statement.Items on the agenda are as follows:Presidency work programme: the Finnish presidency will give a presentation...
Ecofin (Gordon Brown, Chancellor of the Exchequer, HM Treasury)
seen at 09:10, 7 July in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).
Items on the agenda are as follows:Presidency Work ProgrammeThe Finnish Presidency will give a presentation on its major priorities for the next six months.Implementation of the Stability and Growth PactECOFIN will...
Meat Hygiene Service (Caroline Flint, Minister of State (Public Health), Department of Health)
seen at 09:10, 7 July in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).
The 2005-06 annual report and accounts for the Meat Hygiene Service were laid before Parliament today. Copies have been placed in the Library. Formal publication will follow on 28 July.
Learning Disability Services (Cornwall Partnerships NHS Trust) (Ivan Lewis, Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Department of Health)
seen at 09:10, 7 July in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).
The Healthcare Commission and the Commission for Social Care Inspection (CSCI) have published a report of their investigation into abuse at Cornwall Partnerships NHS Trust. The investigation uncovered systematic...
Sudan (Hilary Benn, Secretary of State, Department for International Development)
seen at 09:10, 7 July in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).
Sudan remains a priority for the UK Government. The Department for International Development and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office are jointly supporting the Government of Sudan to implement the Darfur Peace Agreement...
Sunday Trading Review (Alistair Darling, Secretary of State, Department of Trade and Industry)
seen at 09:10, 7 July in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).
In November 2005, my predecessor asked DTI officials to look at the impact of relaxing the current restrictions on Sunday shopping hours.At present, large shops over 280 square metres or 3,000 square feet are permitted...
Regional Funding Allocations (Douglas Alexander, Secretary of State, Scotland Office)
seen at 09:10, 7 July in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).
Last July we sought advice from English regions on their priorities for major transport projects up to 2015-16. I am today responding to that advice.The Government have, for the first time, given regions a say in...
President of Appeal Tribunals (Annual Report) (James Plaskitt, Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Department for Work and Pensions)
seen at 09:10, 7 July in Written Ministerial Statements (Our copy).
My hon. Friend the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Lord Hunt of Kings Heath has made the following statement:"I am pleased to publish today the sixth report by the president of appeal...