- The FCO Departmental Report sets out the FCO's achievements over the past year as well as its plans for the next two years. It shows how the Foreign Office budget is used to deliver its policy and service objectives.
The Human Rights Report is intended to provide detailed information for Parliament and for other specialised readers outside Government on the FCO’s activities over the past year to promote human rights abroad.
The Strategic Export Controls Reports demonstrates the Government's commitment to transparent and responsible controls on British arms exports. It gives details by destination, both of physical exports and of what equipment has been licensed for export.
The Review of Consular Work gives a snapshot of consular work over the year. The FCO's aim is to give the best possible service, and do as much as it can for British nationals in distress overseas. The report details the progress the FCO has made in achieving this.
The Independent Monitors' Report on Entry Clearance reviews a random sample of visa refusals with no right of appeal, such as visitors and short-term students. The Independent Monitor looks to see that entry clearance officers are consistent and fair in their decision making.
The Foreign Compensation Commission Report provides a round-up of the Commission's judidicial duties and administrative functions. The Commission was established under the Foreign Compensation Act of 1950.
The Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission Report provides a review of the British Marshall Scholarships. These were founded when Parliament passed the Marshall Aid Commemoration Act in 1953 in order to express Britain's gratitude to the American people for the Marshall Plan.
The annual report to Parliament about The United Kingdom in the United Nations, the first edition of which was published in September 2003, outlines the UK's contribution to the work of the UN.
The FCO publishes a number of Other Annual Reports.