A White Paper about the current Session of the General Assembly of the United Nations will be issued in the usual way as soon as possible after the Session is over.
I do not know whether the hon. Member is aware that United Nations documents usually arrive in London two or three days after they are issued in New York. They are the working papers of the General Assembly. They include verbatim records of all the speeches in the Plenary Sessions of the Assembly and in the Political Committee. They also include summary records of speeches in the other six committees, including explanations of votes. They give the texts of resolutions and details of voting. I think that the information is available in the House a fairly short time after the events have happened.