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Treasury minutes from the Committee of Public Accounts 2007 to 2008

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This document contains the following information: Treasury minutes from the Committee of Public Accounts 2007 to 2008

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Treasury minutes on the thirty ninth, the forty first and the forty fifth to the forty seventh reports from the Committee of Public Accounts 2007-2008: 30th report, Management of large business corporation tax; 39th report, Preparing to deliver the 14-19

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This document contains the following information: Treasury minutes on the thirty ninth, the forty first and the forty fifth to the forty seventh reports from the Committee of Public Accounts 2007 to 2008: 30th report, Management of large business corporation tax; 39th report, Preparing to deliver the 14-19 education reforms in England; 41st report, NHS pay modernisation: new contracts for general practice services in England; 45th report, Reducing the risk of serious crime; 46th report, The procurement of the national roads telecommunications services; 47th report, Meeting needs: the offender learning and skills service

The reports published as: 30th report, HC 302 (ISBN 9780215523884); 39th report, HC 413 (ISBN 9780215523648); 41st report, HC 463 (ISBN 9780215523662); 45th report, HC 546 (ISBN 9780215523938); 46th report, HC 558 (ISBN 9780215524096); 47th report, HC 584 (ISBN 9780215524188). Dated December 2008

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