Under the terms of the Ministerial Code, ministers must ensure that no conflict arises, or could reasonably be perceived to arise, between their ministerial position and their private interests, financial or otherwise.
On appointment to each new office, ministers must provide their Permanent Secretary with a list in writing of all relevant interests known to them which might be thought to give rise to a conflict.
The following list contains relevant interests of the ministers concerned current at the date of publication. Where a minister has disposed of a relevant interest, or where they did so before taking up ministerial office, it is not included in the List.
Publication date: 4/2/2011