an authoritative report issued by any organization:
The TV network presented its white paper on news coverage of major crimes.
an official British government publication on a specific subject prepared by a committee and presented to the House of Commons, usually reporting results of a recent investigation or summarizing policy.
Labour has done its bit in this week's rural white paper to show that it cares about the countryside.
Other goals, which the government has outlined in a white paper, are even more ambitious.
The secret: leveraging the fluorescence already present in white paper.
At each place setting was a commemorative bronze medallion wrapped in white paper and pink ribbon.
Almost everything is prepared by cooks wearing white paper hats and set before you in a red plastic basket.
The stamp itself is printed in dark red on white paper.
British Dictionary definitions for white paper
(often capitals) an official government report in any of a number of countries, including Britain, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada, which sets out the government's policy on a matter that is or will come before Parliament