Stationery Office


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Stationery Office

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(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the Stationery Office (in the UK) the company that supplies the civil service with all its office supplies, machinery, printing and binding, etc
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"Bit short of gum in our stationery office," he remarked.
Published by the Queen's Printers For her Majesty's Stationery Office. (London, 1868.) What Sir Patrick says professionally of Scotch Marriages in this chapter is taken from this high authority.
SIR - How right of Carolyn Hitt (The Western Mail, August 5) to bewail the loss of the bookshop Oriel and its replacement by such a colourless establishment as the Stationery Office. It is on a prime site but it fails abysmally to carry a comprehensive stock of Welsh and Anglo-Welsh books.
One small shop in Brecon puts the Stationery Office to shame by its superior selection.
Support services firm Capita Group PLC has tied up with the UK's Stationery Office (tSO) to create an internet portal for the education sector.
Norfolk farmer Paul Howell pocketed the cash for a failed bid to recover money owed to HMSO Stationery Office. The pounds 13,000 included nearly pounds 6,000 for an ill-fated visit to Uzbekistan.
The Stationery Office telephone orders and general enquiries: 0870 600 5522 Website: www.thestationeryoffice.co.uk
The Stationery Office has announced rising profits across its operations and is considering flotations or trade sales of its businesses.
The Stationery Office (formerly HMSO), is currently exhibiting at the Holiday and Travel Show 1999, at the National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham.
The Stationery Office Group, created from the privatisation of Her Majesty's Stationery Office, could float as early as next year allowing venture capital backers to realise their investment.