To promote the value of high quality publishing to UK society, culture and the economy. To foster a better understanding among parliamentarians about publishers, booksellers and associated fields, all of whom contribute to a world-leading publishing sector.
1. DCMS Sectors Economic Estimates 2019: Business Demographics data tables
14/10/2021 - Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
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Found: activities YES 5811 Book publishing YES YES YES 5812 Publishing of directories and mailing lists
ESFA investigation publishing policy - GOV.UK
5. DCMS Sectors Economic Estimates: Monthly GVA (to June 2021)
19/08/2021 - Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport
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Found: activities YES YES 5811 Book publishing YES YES YES 5812 Publishing of directories and mailing lists
1. Government Transparency and Accountability
15/12/2020 - Written Statements
1: this year by central Government Departments in publishing core transparency data. Such online transparency - Speech Link
2. Finance Bill 2021-22: Draft Legislation and Tax Documents
20/07/2021 - Written Statements
1: tax policy-making framework, the Government are publishing draft legislation to be included in Finance Bill - Speech Link
3. Future Nuclear Deterrent
17/12/2020 - Written Statements
1: have committed to publishing an annual report on the programme. I am today publishing the ninth report - Speech Link
4. Transport Decarbonisation
14/07/2021 - Written Statements
1: out dates and help achieve them, we are also publishing a 2035 Delivery Plan today. This plan brings - Speech Link
5. Fisheries Bill [ Lords ] (Fourth sitting)
10/09/2020 - Public Bill Committees
1: boat, the relevant regulatory authority) and publishing them on the web.Amendment 31, in schedule - Speech Link
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Andrew Lewer MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA. Tel: 0207 219 3870.
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Amy Price, The Publishers Association, 50 Southwark Street, London SE1 1UN. Tel: 07799 068 459
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