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GOVERNMENT PRESS RELEASES ISSUED TUESDAY 19 JULY

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DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT/SSA DAMPING GRANT TO CONTINUE FOR SECOND YEAR/STREAMLINING OF ARCHITECTS REGISTRATION...
DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT/SSA DAMPING GRANT TO CONTINUE FOR SECOND YEAR/STREAMLINING OF ARCHITECTS REGISTRATION COUNCIL PROPOSAL/CCT EXTENDED TO L.A. CONSTRUCTION & PROPERTY SERVICES/ROBERT ATKINS LAUNCHES 1995 ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION FUND/JOHN GUMMER WARNS COUNCILS ON SPENDING PLANS/SIR GEORGE YOUNG WELCOMES FALL IN NUMBERS OF ROUGH SLEEPERS/NEW SOUTHAMPTON FOOTBALL STADIUM GETS THE GO-AHEAD

OFFICE OF WATER SERVICES/NEW PRICE LIMITS FOR WATER INDUSTRY ANNOUNCED

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT/INTRODUCTION OF NEW MEASURES TO HELP EASE BUS CONGESTION

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SECURITY/150,000 WORKING FAMILIES TO GET NEW HELP WITH CHILDCARE COSTS

SCHOOL TEACHERS' REVIEW BODY/REVIEW BODY CONSULTS ON PERFORMANCE-RELATED PAY

OFFICE OF POPULATION CENSUSES AND SURVEYS/WEEKLY RETURN FOR ENGLAND AND WALES - WEEK ENDED 8 JULY 1994

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT/HIGHWAYS AGENCY RESTRUCTURING ANNOUNCED

ENGLISH PARTNERSHIPS/INVESTS £6.2M IN MERSEYSIDE PROJECTS

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH/JOHN BOWIS REPONDS TO AGE CONCERN REPORT ON COMMUNITY CARE

DEPARTMENT OF TRADE AND INDUSTRY CHARITY/CUTTING RED TAPE TO HELP THE HELPERS

DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT/NEW CHAIRMAN OF LONDON TRANSPORT APPOINTED/MACGREGOR LAUNCHES SEATBELTS PACKAGE/REPORT ON TRAFFIC DIVERSION IN GLOUCESTERSHIRE PUBLISHED

DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SECURITY/PENSIONERS' INCOMES INCREASE BY OVER 50% SINCE 1979

DEPARTMENT FOR EDUCATION/SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS REGULATIONS FOR NEW APPEAL.

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