How do you cite a parliamentary paper?

How do you cite a parliamentary paper?

Guide to citation Cite the title, author, parliamentary session and paper number (as written on the document) according to your citation style. It may not be possible to work out the sessional year for command papers however the publication date should be sufficient.

How do you reference a policy paper by Oscola?

When citing a command paper, begin the citation with the name of the department or other body that produced the paper, and then give the title of the paper in italics, followed by the command paper number and the year in brackets.

How do you reference a Home Office document?

A command paper reference will look like this: Author (Year) Title (command paper reference number). Place of publication (this is optional): Publisher. Web address and date accessed (only if found on the Internet).

How do you Harvard reference an online government document?

Government name Year, Title of publications, Publisher, Place of Publication if applicable, viewed Date Month Year, .

How do you cite a briefing paper?

Speaker’s Last Name, First Name. “Title of Press Briefing.” Title of the Site, Date press briefing took place. Accessed date.

What is a parliamentary command paper?

Command Papers are government papers that are presented to Parliament. They convey information or decisions that the government think should be drawn to the attention of one or both Houses of Parliament.

How do you reference a report?

Basic format to reference a report

  1. Author or authors. The surname is followed by first initials.
  2. Year.
  3. Title of report (In italics.
  4. Publisher information (if the author and the publisher are the same, omit the publisher)
  5. DOI or URL.
  6. The first line of each citation is left adjusted.

How do you cite immigration rules?

Format: Law Commission, Report Title (Law Commission report number, year) paragraph number. Law Commission, Simplification of the Immigration Rules (Law Com No 242, 2019) para 6.1. This is the same as the footnote but without the full stop at the end.

How do I find my Home Office reference number?

UK Visas and Immigration contact centre You’ll be asked for a Home Office reference number (sometimes called a ‘case ID’). This number will start with the first letter of your last name, and be followed by 7 numbers. You’ll have received this number when you first applied.

How do I reference a government document?

If you need to reference a government publication or report, you would include the author e.g. the government department or body, year, title, report series and/or reference number if available, place of publication and publisher or web address.

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