Some useful resources for finding Official publications are listed below.
Access on and off campus.
|Description:||The 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st Century House of Commons Parliamentary Papers contains bibliographic records and searchable full text for papers printed between 1688-2014. It also includes Hansard 1803-2005.|
|Further information:||The collection does not include the House of Commons Journal, or daily business papers, such as Order papers and Votes and Proceedings, nor does it include Acts. User guide located at http://proquest.libguides.com/parliamentary|
Access on and off campus.
The House of Lords Parliamentary Papers (1800-1910) is an essential research resource that, along with the existing House of Commons Parliamentary Papers database, provides a complete picture of the working and influence of the UK Parliament during the pivotal 19th century. As the working documents of government, the papers encompass wide areas of social, political, economic and foreign policy, and many contributors were found outside the official world – providing evidence to committees and commissions during a time when the Lords still wielded considerable power.
The Library already has access to the House of Commons Parliamentary Papers and the two databases are cross-searchable.
|Further information:||User guide located at http://proquest.libguides.com/parliamentary|
|Access:||On and off campus.|
|Description:||The National Library of Scotland (NLS) holds one of the largest collections of official publications in the United Kingdom, and their Official Publications Curator is happy to help with any enquiries.|
|Access information:||Freely available from The Library at Queen’s University Belfast .|
The Library at Queen’s University Belfast has been developing an online archive, known as the Northern Ireland Official Publications Archive (NIOPA).
NIOPA is fully searchable with browsing and full text functionality and, as a digital archive of Northern Ireland official publications, makes documents available to support the research community, government departments and the wider public.
For your information, NIOPA records and documents are deposited with the British Library under the Legal Deposit Libraries (Non-Print Works) Regulations 2013.
|Access information:||Access on campus or off campus. DOWNLOAD FUNCTIONALITY HAS TEMPORARILY BEEN SUSPENDED ON THE PUBLIC INFORMATION ONLINE PLATFORM - THIS IS UNDER INVESTIGATION WITH THE PUBLISHER. APOLOGIES FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE CAUSED. 12/02/2020.|
|Description:||Public Information Online contains material from the UK Parliament, Scottish Parliament, Northern Ireland Assembly & Scottish Government Papers. PIO contains a Bill Tracker for the UK Parliament, Scottish Parliament and the Northern Ireland Assembly. This service is provided by Dandy Booksellers and is updated daily.|
|Coverage:||UK Parliament (House of Commons- Papers 1998 onwards and Bills 1919 onwards, House of Lords Papers and Bills 1901 onwards, Command Papers 1955 onwards, Public Bill and General Committee Debates 1919 onwards, House of Commons and House of Lords Hansard 1909 onwards, Public General Acts 1901 onwards), Scottish Parliament (from session 3), Northern Ireland Assembly (from 2008/09 session), National Assembly for Wales (2008 onwards), Key non Parliamentary Publications in Education, Health, Charities, Defence, Transport and the Civil Service Yearbook (1947 onwards).|
|Additional information:||Please note that House of Commons / House of Lords Hansard volumes from 1909 can be searched and viewed online on Public Information Online, but not downloaded. Please see House of Commons Parliamentary Papers and House of Lords Papers for this functionality.|
|Access information:||Available on and off campus.|
|Description:||Catalogue of United Kingdom Official Publications on the World Wide Web, is the complete catalogue of all official publications including both Stationery Office publications and departmental or "non-Stationery Office" publications.|
|The Catalogue also contains the publications of many European and international organisations for which the Stationery Office is an agent. Regular updates add over 2,000 records to the database every month.|
|Coverage:||From 1980 to the present.|