written ministerial statement in a sentence

  1. On 14 October 2010, Maude submitted a written ministerial statement in which he stated that:
  2. By the end of major combat operations on 1 May 2003 a further nine ministerial statements and three written ministerial statements had been made.
  3. However, in March 2006-in a written ministerial statement-Tony Blair said that following a period of fresh consultation, he had decided the'Wilson doctrine'will remain in place.
  4. The Committee met on 7 December 2005 to carry out the review, but their recommendation was not announced until a written Ministerial Statement was made in the House of Commons on 31 January 2006.
  5. On 6 February 2006, preferred options for several regions were announced by the Home Secretary in a written ministerial statement, and set a deadline of 24 February for forces to agree to the mergers.
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  7. On 16 February 2011, The Secretary of State for Health, Andrew Lansley, made a Written Ministerial Statement in the Justice section entitled  Health Care Workers, Social Workers and Social Care Workers in which he said:
  8. A "'written ministerial statement "'is, in the Parliament of the United Kingdom, a statement by a Minister that puts the day-to-day business of government in the public domain.
  9. In October 2016, Home Secretary Amber Rudd announced there would be no statutory inquiry or independent review in an Oral Answer to a Question in the House of Commons, in a written ministerial statement to the House of Commons and Lords, and in a letter to the Orgreave Truth and Justice Campaign ( OTJC ).
  10. In a written ministerial statement, Mr Morley said :'In many parts of the country, water is a precious resource which we can no longer simply take for granted .'The company says that Folkestone and Dover are in one of the driest areas in the UK . Many parts of the Middle East had more rain than this area, and it is getting even drier and warmer due to climate change.
  11. A second Early day motion by Michael Mates, MP was made the next day . " That this House applauds the generous gesture by the King and Government of Malaysia in the award of the Pingat Jasa Malaysia medal to British citizens for service in the Malayan Emergency; notes that Her Majesty The Queen has been graciously pleased to approve the recommendation of the Committee on the Grant of Honours, Decorations and Medals that British citizens may accept the award; is, however, surprised that the Committee did not recommend that British citizens receiving the award should also be able to wear it; is deeply embarrassed that the Australian and New Zealand veterans of the Emergency may both receive and wear the medal; invites the Committee to reconsider the matter, bearing in mind the diminishing number of those who gave valuable service between 31 August 1950 and 12 August 1966; believes that this is a pre-eminent case for an exception to the long-standing Government policy enunciated in the written Ministerial Statement of 31 January 2006; and urges Her Majesty's Ministers to ensure that a further recommendation is made to Her Majesty, but this time one which takes full account of the generosity of a fellow Commonwealth country, the merits of the case, and the deep sense of hurt felt by British veterans, rather than being based upon a slavish observance of precedent ."

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