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GOVERNMENT PRESS RELEASES ISSUED 9 NOVEMBER

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BOUNDARY COMMISSION FOR WALES: GENERAL REVIEW OF PARLIAMENTARY CONSTITUENCY BOUNDARIES ...
BOUNDARY COMMISSION FOR WALES: GENERAL REVIEW OF PARLIAMENTARY CONSTITUENCY BOUNDARIES

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SECURITY: DO YOU KNOW HOW MUCH PENSION YOU WILL GET WHEN YOU RETIRE

DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT: QUALITY DEVELOPMENT IN THE EAST THAMES CORRIDOR: DRIVING PLANNING INTO THE FUTURE - PLANNING & TRANSPORT: GRANTS TO REDUCE VOC & CFC EMMISSIONS: WAKEFIELD TO STEP DOWN FROM THE HOUSING CORPORATION

OFFICE OF POPULATION CENSUSES AND SURVEYS: 1992 POPULATION ESTIMATES FOR ENGLAND AND WALES

HOME OFFICE: MICHAEL HOWARD CRACKS DOWN ON BAIL BANDITS

DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY: INSURANCE COMPANIES ACT 1982: ISSUES & WITHDRAWALS - OCT 93

OFFICE OF POPULATION CENSUSES AND SURVEYS: WEEKLY RETURN FOR ENGLAND & WALES -29/10/93

DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY: TELECOMS INDUSTRY VIEWS ON INTELLIGENT NETWORKS

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SECURITY: PENSIONS LAW CONSOLIDATION RECEIVES ROYAL ASSENT

COUNTRYSIDE COMMISSION: MILESTONES TO PUT HIGHWAY AUTHORITIES ON COURSE

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH: CAMPAIGN TO PREVENT SPINA BIFIDA

DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY: DTI HOLDS OUT NEW LIFELINES FOR FAILING COMPANIES

PRIME MINISTER'S OFFICE: LORD-LIEUTENANCY OF THE WEST MIDLANDS

EMPLOYMENT DEPARTMENT: NEW SKILLS QUALIFICATIONS TAKE OFF

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION: STATISTICAL BULLETIN

SPORTS COUNCIL: CCT NATIONAL INFORMATION SURVEY

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH: MINISTER PRAISES THE ROLE OF CARERS

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT: APPOINTMENT TO THE BOARD OF LONDON TRANSPORT.

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