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Our popular series of webchats give you the chance to pose questions direct to the people who make the decisions which affect your lives.

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Below you can find the transcripts from all of our webchats since July 2007 to date. For details of all our webchats up to and including December 2008 please go to our archive.

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Ann Keen

Ann Keen, Parliamentary Under-Secretary for Health Services, in a Number 10 webchat, 27 August 2008; Crown copyright

Ann Keen spent more than an hour answering your questions on health services

 

 

James Purnell

Work and Pensions Secretary James Purnell during a Number 10 webchat, 17 July 2008; Crown copyrightWork and Pensions Secretary James Purnell answered your questions on welfare reform in an hour-long webchat.

 

Lord Darzi

Health Minister Lord DarziHealth minister Lord Darzi has answered a range of questions from the public following the publication of his report on the future of the NHS earlier this week.

 

Louise Casey

Louise Casey, former adviser on Respect web chat, 19 JuneLouise Casey, former adviser on Respect, spent over an hour answering your questions on the Criminal Justice System in our live webchat.

 

Douglas Alexander

Secretary of State for International Development, Douglas Alexander, web chat 7 May 2008Douglas Alexander, Secretary of State for International Development, answered your questions on economic development in our Downing Street webchat today.

 

Jacqui Smith

Jacqui Smith copyright: Reuters

Jacqui Smith spent over an hour answering your questions on on the new Border Agency, neighbourhood policing teams and immigration.

 

John Denham

John Denham

Find out what happened when you questioned Secretary of State for Innovation, Universities and Skills John Denham about the Government’s plans to make Britain a leader in science and innovation.

Hazel Blears

Hazel Blears

Hazel Blears spent over an hour this morning answering your questions on the new strategy for housing and older people, and other topics including faith, communities and regional development.

John Hutton

John Hutton copyright: Reuters

John Hutton, Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform, spent over an hour answering your questions this afternoon in our live webchat.

 

Anne McGuire

Anne McGuire; Crown copyright

Anne McGuire, Minister for Disabled People, answered questions on carers and disability in our Downing Street webchat today.

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