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Volume 301: debated on Friday 21 November 1997

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To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer pursuant to the answer from the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, of 10 November 1997, Official Report, column 441, if he will list the e-mail addresses of (a)Ministers, (b) senior officials and (c) chief executives of agencies for which he is responsible. [15875]

[holding answer 13 November 1997]: Ministers and all officials at the Treasury can be e-mailed by typing the first name and surname, separated by a full stop, and then adding "". For example "". The names and responsibilities of Ministers and officials can be found in the Treasury's office directory which is available in hard copy and also in electronic form on the Treasury's Internet site at Arrangements for the receipt of e-mails for agencies are administered by the individual agencies and are not held centrally.