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The hard-hitting response, backed by local MPs Sir Alan Beith and Guy Opperman, challenges the Government paper in all areas, from utilisation levels of the courts to suitability, maintenance costs and accessibility.
With the average maturity of deposits (less than one month) being much shorter than that of government paper (just over one year for Treasury bills (T-bills) and around six years for Eurobonds as of August 2007), the banking system - and therefore the country - is exposed to a very significant rollover risk," the report said.
During FY14, average month-end allocation to government paper was recorded at over 60 percent though end of June 2014 level was much lower at 22 percent.
UK Energy Secretary Ed Davey set out his view at a conference in Edinburgh timed to coincide with the publication of a Westminster Government paper on the industry after independence.
The FSR, however, remains constrained by sovereign risk factors as is the case with its peers, in particular the unfavourable operating environment and asset concentrations stemming from investment in Lebanese government paper and central bank CDs.
2 billion euros of government paper had changed hands in May 2009.
London, Feb 23(ANI): A previously unseen UK Government paper has revealed that people opposed to immigration in Britain could be influenced by racism.
Warley MP John Spellar no doubt had his tongue firmly in his cheek when he asked for a Government paper on the proposed Birmingham city-region to be re-issued, with an acknowledgment that Wolverhampton is not part of Birmingham.
Last May, a government paper said a ban on replica firearms would be impractical.
The Government paper is part of an ongoing effort to create a strategy for flood and coastal erosion.
Drivers such as Homeland Security, cross-domain intelligence sharing, the Government Paper Elimination Act (GPEA), and the impending retirement of a maturing workforce, have accelerated the need for government agencies to pursue solutions that promote increased information and intelligence collection, sharing and collaboration," added Watson.
A Government paper says the European Com- mission will have the sole power to decide if UK law is strong enough for the flow of data to continue.

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