§ Mr. Stephen O'Brien
To ask the Chancellor of the Exchequer (1) if he will make a statement on Her Majesty's Treasury's policy regarding the content and extent of answers to written parliamentary questions. with particular reference to the Treasury's policy on the provision of lists, where lists are requested by a written parliamentary question; 
(2) pursuant to the Financial Secretary to the Treasury's Answer of 30 October 2003, Official Report, column 310W, on the euro, if he will list (a) the meetings attended by ministers to campaign for a pro-European consensus, the ministers at these meetings and the dates of these events and (b) the events planned at which ministers will campaign for a pro-European consensus, the ministers who will attend these events, and the dates of these events. 
§ Ruth Kelly
I refer the hon. Gentlemen to the answer I gave him on 30 October.
Treasury Ministers seek to give accurate information to Parliament in reply to written questions, taking account of such factors as the level of detail sought by questioners and the availability of information.