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GOVERNMENT PRESS RELEASES ISSUED 24 SEPTEMBER

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DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH: CLINTON HEALTH CARE REFORMS ...
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH: CLINTON HEALTH CARE REFORMS

MINISTRY OF DEFENCE: FUTURE OF THE BRITISH GARRISON IN BELIZE

OFFICE OF ELECTRICITY REGULATION: ELECTRICITY COMPANIES COME UP TO STANDARD

HOME OFFICE: STATISTICAL BULLETINS PUBLISHED

LORD CHANCELLOR'S DEPARTMENT: ALTERNATIVE COURT PROCEDURES - SPEECH BY LORD CHANCHELLOR

OFFICE OF ELECTRICITY REGULATION: METER TAMPERING STATEMENT ISSUED

OFFICE OF STANDARDS IN EDUCATION: 10 HMI REPORTS PUBLISHED

HOME OFFICE: GAMING BOARD FOR GREAT BRITAIN: RE-APPOINTMENT OF A MEMBER

HM TREASURY: PORTILLO ENCOURAGES LENDERS TO TAKE UP HOUSING OPPORTUNITIES

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH: EXPORT SUCCESS OF PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY

PRIME MINISTER'S OFFICE: KNIGHTHOOD CONFERRED

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION: FIRST NATIONAL CURRICULUM PUPILS TAKE GCSES NEXT SUMMER

LORD CHANCELLOR'S DEPARTMENT: ALTERNATIVE COURT PROCEDURES

DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT: BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH: OFFICER TO PRESENT ANNUAL REPORT

SECURITIES AND INVESTMENTS BOARD: APPOINTMENTS

DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY: SPOTTISWOODE TO BE DIRECTOR GENERAL OF GAS SUPPLY

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT: KEEP THE WHEELS TURNING' - KEY

EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT: GETTING EUROPE'S UNEMPLOYED BACK TO WORK

DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT: APPLICATIONS FOR HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES CONSENTS

DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT: PRIVATE CASH BRINGS HOUSING BOOST - SIR GEORGE YOUNG

LORD CHANCELLOR'S DEPARTMENT: APPOINTMENT OF DISTRICT JUDGES

DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY: DTI ACTS ON COMPUTER SECURITY

DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY: THREE MAJOR TELECOMS LICENCES ISSUED

HM CUSTOMS AND EXCISE: VAT RECOVERY CHANGES.

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