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GOVERNMENT PRESS RELEASES ISSUED 30 SEPT/1 OCT

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HOME OFFICE

CRIME/PUBLICATION OF A REPORT

66 WORDS Ref:IN2809

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

HEALTH/SOCIETY MUST RECOGNISE THE RIGHTS OF DISABLED PEOPLE

1512 WORDS Ref:IN2808

HIGHWAYS AGENCY

TRANSPORT/CHIEF EXECUTIVE HERALDS PARTNERING AS THE WAY FORWARD

383 WORDS Ref:IN2810

DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY

APPTS/APPOINTMENT OF CHIEF EXECUTIVES OF RESEARCH COUNCILS

897 WORDS Ref:IN2813

DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY

APPTS/APPOINTMENTS TO THE COUNCILS OF MRC, NERC AND HRI

1125 WORDS Ref:IN2812

LORD CHANCELLOR'S DEPARTMENT

LEGAL/LORD IRVINE HERALDS 'BIGGEST CHANGE TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE LAWS'

655 WORDS Ref:IN2814

DEPT OF THE ENVIRONMENT, TRANSPORT & THE REGIONS

ENVIRONMENTAL/GUIDE HIGHLIGHTS COMMUNITY ROLE IN REGENERATION

2590 WORDS Ref:IN2817

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

HEALTH/HEALTH ACTION ZONES TO TACKLE HEALTH INEQUALITY - DOBSON

397 WORDS Ref:IN2818

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

HEALTH/BARONESS JAY WELCOMES REPORTS ON PERIOPERATIVE DEATHS

497 WORDS Ref:IN2819

HEALTH AND SAFETY EXECUTIVE

SAFETY/STATEMENT OF NUCLEAR INCIDENTS AT NUCLEAR INSTALLATIONS

696 WORDS Ref:IN2820

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT

EDUCATION/NEW BODY UNDERPINS CRUSADE TO RAISE STANDARDS

392 WORDS Ref:IN2821

OFFICE FOR STANDARDS IN EDUCATION

EDUCATION/HMI REPORT - ST JAMES CE JUNIOR SCHOOL

35 WORDS Ref:IN2823

HEALTH AND SAFETY EXECUTIVE

SAFETY/FURTHER GUIDE FOR LOCAL AUTHORITY PLANNERS PUBLISHED

550 WORDS Ref:IN2824

DEPT OF THE ENVIRONMENT, TRANSPORT & THE REGIONS

TRANSPORT/EXPERTS LINK UP TO PUT INTEGRATED TRANSPORT TOP OF AGENDA

645 WORDS Ref:IN2826

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

HEALTH/£50 MILLION MORE FOR NHS PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

198 WORDS Ref:IN2832

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SECURITY

SOCSEC/EXPERTS JOIN NEW PENSION EDUCATION GROUP

808 WORDS Ref:IN2834

MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, FISHERIES AND FOOD

AGRICULTURE/LIVE EXPORTS:ACTION ON TRANSPORTERS WHO THREATEN WELFARE

471 WORDS Ref:IN2836

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

HEALTH/GREEN LIGHT GIVEN FOR NEW£85M HOSPITAL IN GREENWICH

549 WORDS Ref:IN2839

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT

EDUCATION/BLUNKETT DETAILS£115M BOOST FOR SCHOOLS

502 WORDS Ref:IN2843

POLICE COMPLAINTS AUTHORITY

POLICE/PCA TO INVESTIGATE DEATH OF A MAN FOLLOWING A RTA INCIDENT

231 WORDS Ref:IN2844

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT

EMPLOYMENT/NEW DEAL TO TURN JOBLESS INTO JOB CREATORS

440 WORDS Ref:IN2846

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SECURITY

SOCSEC/EXPERTS JOIN NEW PENSION EDUCATION GROUP

848 WORDS Ref:IN2847

DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY

ENVIRONMENTAL/GLOBAL WARMING NEEDS ACTION SAYS SCIENTIFIC ADVISER

4001 WORDS Ref:IN2825

DEPT OF THE ENVIRONMENT, TRANSPORT & THE REGIONS

LOCALGOV/POLITICALLY-RESTRICTED POSTS IN LOCALGOV TO BE REVIEWED

588 WORDS Ref:IN2850

MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, FISHERIES AND FOOD

FOOD/LATEST RESULTS ON RADIOACTIVITY IN FOOD & THE ENVIRONMENT

422 WORDS Ref:IN2852

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

HEALTH/NEW PARTNERSHIPS FOR IMPROVED HEALTH SERVICES

1271 WORDS Ref:IN2856

HOME OFFICE

CRIME/DEFENDANTS TO FACE LESS TIME ON REMAND - COURTS GET NEW POWERS

1048 WORDS Ref:IN2858

HOME OFFICE

EDUCATION/SECTION 11 FUNDING TO BE MAINTAINED

237 WORDS Ref:IN2860

OFFICE FOR NATIONAL STATISTICS

STATS/POPULATION TRENDS 89 - AUTUMN 1997

2488 WORDS Ref:IN2861

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT

EQUALITY/TRIPLE WHAMMY FOR DISABILITY RIGHTS - SMITH

263 WORDS Ref:IN2865

DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY

EMPLOYMENT/MAJOR NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT RELATIONS SURVEY BEGINS

625 WORDS Ref:IN2867

HEALTH AND SAFETY EXECUTIVE

SAFETY/FRAMEWORK AGREEMENT FOR THE PROVISION OF TECHNICAL SUPPORT

498 WORDS Ref:IN2872

DEPT OF THE ENVIRONMENT, TRANSPORT & THE REGIONS

TRANSPORT/PRESCOTT OUTLINES NEW VISION FOR BRITAIN'S RAILWAYS

737 WORDS Ref:IN2875

DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY

CONSUMER/WELSH CONSUMER COUNCIL: APPOINTMENT OF CHAIRMAN

322 WORDS Ref:IN2879

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT

EMPLOYMENT/NEW MEMBER TO THE BOARD OF INVESTORS IN PEOPLE UK

458 WORDS Ref:IN2881

ROYAL COMM'N ON THE HIST'L MONUMENTS OF ENGLAND

HERITAGE/PREHISTORIC LANDSCAPE OF THE YORKSHIRE WOLDS RECONSTRUCTED

263 WORDS Ref:IN2882

HOME OFFICE

SPORT/FRUIT MACHINES PAY OUT MORE CASH

258 WORDS Ref:IN2883

OFFICE FOR NATIONAL STATISTICS

LEGAL/MORE TIME TO PLAN A WEDDING

418 WORDS Ref:IN2884

INLAND REVENUE

TAX/PENALTIES AND SURCHARGES UNDER SELF ASSESSMENT:GUIDE PUBLISHED

534 WORDS Ref:IN2870

OFFICE FOR NATIONAL STATISTICS

STATS/SMOKING AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL CHILDREN

1199 WORDS Ref:IN2885

OFFICE FOR NATIONAL STATISTICS

FINANCE/OVERSEAS TRAVEL AND TOURISM JULY 1997

926 WORDS Ref:IN2886

DEPT OF THE ENVIRONMENT, TRANSPORT & THE REGIONS

ENVIRONMENTAL/RICHARD DUDDING APPOINTED SENIOR DIRECTOR

451 WORDS Ref:IN2887

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT

EDUCATION/BLUNKETT'S 50 MILLION BOOST FOR NATIONAL YEAR OF READING

695 WORDS Ref:IN2890

OFFICE FOR NATIONAL STATISTICS

STATS/SMOKING-RELATED BEHAVIOUR AND ATTITUDES

802 WORDS Ref:IN2891

HOME OFFICE

CRIME/CRIME FIGURES FRAMEWORK WILL LEAD TO GREATER CLARITY - STRAW

576 WORDS Ref:IN2892

DEPARTMENT FOR CULTURE, MEDIA AND SPORT

LOTTERY/NEW LOTTERY GOOD CAUSE TO RECEIVE FUNDING FROM NEXT WEEK

497 WORDS Ref:IN2895

HM LAND REGISTRY

HOUSING/LAND REGISTRY ANNOUNCES IMPORTANT CHANGES

828 WORDS Ref:IN2896

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT

TRAINING/KIM HOWELLS ANNOUNCES NEW NATIONAL TRAINING ORGANISATION

329 WORDS Ref:IN2900

DEPT OF THE ENVIRONMENT, TRANSPORT & THE REGIONS

ENVIRONMENTAL/UK HABITATS

999 WORDS Ref:IN2903

DEPARTMENT FOR CULTURE, MEDIA AND SPORT

ARTS/LORD GOWRIE IS TO LEAVE THE ARTS COUNCIL OF ENGLAND IN 1998

192 WORDS Ref:IN2911

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