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CLARKE PLAN FOR NEW BREED OF PRIVATE BORSTALS

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Government departments have issued releases on the following subjects so far today: ...
Government departments have issued releases on the following subjects so far today:

Department of Health: London health - NHS booklet - February 1993

Office for Standards in Education: primary schools do not neglect the teaching of number; operating difficulties re: Ofsted report on primary schools

Central Statistical Office: financial statistics (booklet) published; gross domestic product: provisional estimate 4th quarter 1992

Public Health Laboratory Service: monthly aids figures

Department of Transport: new regulation on slots is a step in the right direction

Prime Minister's Office: church appointment announced; Saint George and Saint John, Truro: church appointment

Office of Public Service and Science: Waldegrave inaugurates new supercomputer

Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food: bovine tuberculosis in badgers - 16th annual report

Treasury: final instalments for BT share sale Dec 1991 due 25/2/93

Department of the Environment: Maclean urges Scottish industry to take up challenge

Department of Trade and Industry: Don Cruickshank to be director general of telecommunications

Police Complaints Authority: Police Complaints Authority will supervise investigation into Crouch Hill shooting.

Full details of any of these releases can be obtained from NewsNet on 071 623 2530.

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