Recent Parliamentary Written Answers
Monday 14 June 2006
14 Jun 2006 : Column 1267W
Norman Baker: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Constitutional Affairs if she will list the categories of information available to Lord Hutton for his inquiry into the death of Dr. David Kelly in respect of which some or all information has been (a) withheld from the public and (b) destroyed. 
Ms Harman: None of the evidence submitted to Lord Hutton for his Inquiry has been destroyed.
The website for the Inquiry www.the-hutton-inquiry.org.uk contains a list of all evidence submitted to the Inquiry. Where that evidence has been withheld from the public a reason has been given. Most of the evidence is, however, available to the public through the website.
The original documents supplied to the Inquiry are held at the National Archives.
10 July 2006 : Column 1615W
Monday 10 July 2006
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Norman Baker: To ask the Minister of State, Department for Constitutional Affairs pursuant to her answer of 14 June 2006, Official Report, column 1267W, on Dr. David Kelly, on what date she expects the original documents supplied to the Hutton Inquiry, currently held at the National Archives, to be made available for public inspection. 
Ms Harman: The Inquiry papers are at the National Archives for cataloguing in accordance with archival standards. No date has been set for completion of this work.