View all our webchats with Ministers since June 2007. Webchats give you the chance to pose questions directly to the people who make the decisions which affect your lives.

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Wednesday 3 March 2010

Hilary Benn webchat

Hilary Benn, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs spent an hour answering your questions about achieving a greener society and proposals to make it easier for people to grow their own food.

Tuesday 2 March 2010

Webchat on crime and policing

Minister for Crime and Policing David Hanson, answered questions on the government’s policy on crime, the police, and what the government is doing to tackle anti-social behaviour.

Thursday 11 February 2010

Webchat on housing repossessions

Housing Minister John Healey answered questions on housing repossessions and the help available for households struggling to meet mortgage repayments.

Tuesday 9 February 2010

Care and support webchat

Phil Hope, Minister for Care Services, spent an hour answering questions on the Government’s plans to introduce more choice, control and personalisation in health and social care.

Wednesday 27 January 2010

Bob Ainsworth webchat

Defence Secretary Bob Ainsworth answered questions on the UK’s strategic aim for Afghanistan and how to build the future capability of the Afghan National Security Forces.

Friday 8 January 2010

Cold weather webchat

Helen Goodman, Minister for Work and Pensions, spent an hour answering your questions on Government support during the extreme weather conditions.

Monday 14 December 2009

Webchat with the Prime Minister

The Prime Minister took part in a live webchat this morning – his first on the Number 10 website – on the issue of building a stable Afghanistan.

Thursday 19 November 2009

Credit and store card webchat

Consumer Minister Kevin Brennan spent an hour answering questions on Goverment plans to give people more control of credit and store card borrowing and to look at the way lenders are regulated.

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