You could find all this information yourself by picking your way through the Commons’ register of interests. But here it is in full (although some I have put “nil” where there are only trivial interests: The list may be of some interest given the debate about whether ministers should disclose their tax returns.
Lord Strathclyde, Leader of the house of Lords: Member of Lloyd’s of London (non-life insurance). Shareholding in Auchendrane Estates Ltd (property ownership and management of farmland, forestry, commercial and residential property in Scotland)
Jeremy Hunt, Culture secretary:
Half-share of holiday house in Italy, from which rental income is received.
Half-share of an office building in Hammersmith, from which rental income is received.
Shareholding in (a) Hotcourses Ltd.
Dominic Grieve, Attorney General: Ex-member of Lloyds’ reinsured into Equitas and a member of NACDE, a Names Action Group. House in London, generating rental income. Part-owner of a house for personal occupation and of some building land in France.
David Willetts, Universities minister
Flat in West London, from which rental income is received.
(a) Two hundred and sixty-five shares and three hundred and sixty share options in Sensortec Ltd; a company developing biosensors.
Owen Paterson, Northern Ireland secretary: Buildings and agricultural land at Bunbury and Spurstow, Cheshire, from which rental income is received. Buildings attached to my house near Ellesmere, Shropshire, from which rental income is received.
Patrick McLoughlin, Chief whip: Honorary membership of the Carlton Club for the tenure of my position as Opposition Chief Whip.
Francis Maude, Cabinet Office minister: Rental income from property in South London.
Philip Hammond, Defence secretary: House in Surrey adjacent to my main home, my wife and I own a house which is currently let. I am a beneficiary of a trust which owns a controlling interest in Castlemead Ltd, a company engaged in construction, housebuilding and property development.
Andrew Mitchell, International development secretary: Property in France, from which rental income is from time to time received.
David Cameron, Prime minister: Residential property in London, from which rental income is received.
Eric Pickles, Communities secretary: Nil
Caroline Spelman, Environment secretary: Part-share in residential properties in London and Bath, holiday home in Algarve Portugal
William Hague, Foreign secretary: Residential leasehold property in London. Honorary membership of Carlton Club and Buck’s Club.
George Osborne, Chancellor
Residential property in London, from which rental income is received. (Registered 21 July 2011.) Osborne and Little Ltd, a family business manufacturing and retailing fabrics and wallpapers.
Michael Moore, Scotland secretary: nil
Vince Cable, Business secretary: Contract with Atlantic Books
Nick Clegg, Deputy prime minister: nil
Ed Davey, Energy secretary: House in Dorset
Andrew Lansley, Health secretary: Nil
Michael Gove, Education secretary:
Contract from Harper Collins to write historical biography.
Income from publication of ‘Celsius 7/7’, published by Weidenfeld & Nicolson
Theresa May, Home secretary
Discount card from retailers LK Bennett and Hobbs
Baroness Warsi, co-chairman of the Conservative Party: Nil
Justine Greening, transport secretary: Nothing
Sir George Young, Leader of the House of Commons: Nothing
Oliver Letwin, Minister of state, cabinet office: Nil