Travel Advice Review
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office published a review of FCO Travel Advice. It was laid before Parliament as a Command Paper on 1 April 2004.
The Foreign & Commonwealth Office published its first strategy document on 2 December 2003. It was laid before Parliament as a command paper.
Government responses to Foreign Affairs Committee reports
The Government publishes a response to Foreign Affairs Committee reports where the report contains recommendations which the Government is required to follow up.
The text of treaties in which the UK is involved are published and presented to Parliament. These are available on the website from January 2002 onwards.
FCO Departmental reports
The annual 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.
Human rights reports
The annual 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.
Six monthly developments in the European Union
These reports provide an overview of progress in key areas of European Union business taken forward during Members States' six-month tenure of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers and the European Council.
Six monthly reports on Hong Kong
A series of reports on the implementation of the Sino-British Joint Declaration on the Question of Hong Kong.
Foreign Compensation Commission reports
The annual 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.
Marshall Aid Commemoration Commission reports
The annual 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.
Other Command Papers
In addition, the Government presents to Parliament a number of Command Papers on other areas of foreign policy.