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Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Unemployment: Long Covid ( 3 Apr 2024)

John Glen: The information requested falls under the remit of the UK Statistics Authority. A response to the Hon lady’s Parliamentary Question of 22nd March is attached. UK Statistics Authority Response (pdf, 105.4KB)

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Drugs: Misuse ( 2 Apr 2024)

John Glen: The information requested falls under the remit of the UK Statistics Authority. A response to the Hon gentleman Parliamentary Question of 21st March is attached. UK Statistics Authority Response (pdf, 109.3KB)

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Cabinet Office: Staff (27 Mar 2024)

John Glen: There are 15 active networks listed below: Flexible working and job share, Carers, Parenting, CORE (Race), ABLE (disability), Social Mobility, Menopause, Faith & Belief, Christian Network, Civil Service Jewish Network, LGBT+, EU Nationals EngAge (intergenerational/age) Gender Equality Group. Neurodiversity Network

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Blood: Contamination (27 Mar 2024)

John Glen: In October 2022, we made interim payments of £100,000 to chronic infected beneficiaries and bereaved partners registered with existing support schemes. I recognise the importance the infected blood community places on interim payments relating to those deaths not yet recognised, and the Government is working through the technical implications of recommendation 12.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Blood: Contamination (27 Mar 2024)

John Glen: The Government will respond in full to Sir Brian’s recommendations on compensation following the publication of the Inquiry’s final report, however, we are making progress. In particular, the Government will bring forward amendments at Report Stage of the Victims and Prisoners Bill in the Other Place with the intention of speeding up the implementation of the Government’s response to...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Infected Blood Inquiry (27 Mar 2024)

John Glen: The Inquiry’s first interim report contained the recommendation that an interim payment of no less than £100,000 be paid to all those infected and bereaved partners registered with existing support schemes. The Government made these payments in October 2022, and these payments continue to be made to eligible beneficiaries upon being accepted onto the schemes.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Civil Servants: Incentives (27 Mar 2024)

John Glen: As part of the Government’s commitment to transparency, departments have published aggregated annual information on their bonus spend on their own websites since 2011. This promotes scrutiny of how taxpayers’ money is spent. The latest data, which covers the 2021/22 performance year, was published on Government Departments’ websites on 31 March 2023. This data includes information on...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Blood: Contamination (26 Mar 2024)

John Glen: The Statistical Expert Group, established by the Infected Blood Inquiry, has provided valuable insight into the numbers of infections from blood and blood products in the UK between 1970 and 1991 and subsequent survival rates. However, the requested information is not available by Parliamentary constituency. There is also considerable uncertainty over the number of people, especially those...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Blood: Contamination (26 Mar 2024)

John Glen: During Committee Stage of the Victims and Prisoners Bill, the Government committed to tabling amendments at Report Stage and this remains the Government’s intention. Amendments tabled by the Government will be publicly available in advance of the relevant stage of the Bill, as is standard procedure.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Blood: Contamination (26 Mar 2024)

John Glen: In October 2022, we made interim payments of £100,000 available to those infected and bereaved partners registered with existing support schemes. I recognise the importance the infected blood community places on interim payments relating to those deaths not yet recognised, and the Government is working through the technical implications of recommendation 12.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Unpaid Work: Equality and Social Mobility (22 Mar 2024)

John Glen: The Cabinet Office is only responsible for the Civil Service Summer Internship Programmes and the Autism Exchange Internship Programme. It does not oversee any unpaid internships. Both programmes pay the National Living Wage. Internships provide a fantastic opportunity for individuals at the beginning of their career to gain valuable experience in their field regardless of background. Last...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Blood: Contamination (22 Mar 2024)

John Glen: In October 2022, we made interim payments of £100,000 to chronic infected beneficiaries and bereaved partners registered with existing support schemes. I recognise the importance the infected blood community places on interim payments relating to those deaths not yet recognised, and the Government is working through the technical implications of recommendation 12.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Infected Blood Inquiry (22 Mar 2024)

John Glen: The Infected Blood Inquiry response expert group meets weekly and have met in full seven times as of 20th March. As the work of the expert group relates to the formulation and development of Government policy, their advice, evidence and methodologies as well as the terms of reference, minutes and agendas of their meetings have not been published at this time.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Blood: Contamination (22 Mar 2024)

John Glen: I, and my predecessors in this role, have met with Ministers across the four nations a number of times in the last 12 months, and will be doing so again ahead of tabling a Government amendment for Report Stage of the Victims and Prisoners Bill.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Cabinet Office: Legal Costs (22 Mar 2024)

John Glen: Such information is not centrally recorded or collated in the form requested. More generally, I would refer the hon. Member to the long-standing policies on legal expenditure, as set out recently by Cabinet Office Ministers on 12 March 2024, Official Report, PQ 17709 and 12 March 2024, Official Report, House of Lords, Cols. 1901-1904

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Civil Servants: Remote Working (21 Mar 2024)

John Glen: There is no information available centrally on how many civil servants have conditions of employment that impose no, and a four day limit on the number of days each week they can work from home. Decisions on terms and conditions of employment are made by the employing department, depending on their specific business requirements and nature of the role. Where business requirements allow for...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Special Forces: Afghanistan and Iraq (21 Mar 2024)

John Glen: The Minister for Veterans' Affairs' will await the findings of the Inquiry before assessing the record.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Blood: Contamination (21 Mar 2024)

John Glen: I am committed to engaging with the Infected Blood community and updating Parliament on progress of the Government response to the Infected Blood Inquiry as appropriate. Plans are currently being developed at my request to meet those infected and affected by Infected Blood across the United Kingdom to talk about their priorities ahead of the publication of the Inquiry’s final report....

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Civil Servants: Training (20 Mar 2024)

John Glen: The cross Civil Service diversity, equity and inclusion training designed for the Civil Service does not make reference to white privilege. We cannot comment on content not designed for the Civil Service or training designed for departments and professions to meet specific needs or that which is purchased outside of the centrally managed contracts.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Vetting (19 Mar 2024)

John Glen: The National Audit Office (NAO) investigation into the performance of UK Security Vetting published in January 2023 and the subsequent Public Accounts Committee in February 2023 identified that United Kingdom Security Vetting’s (UKSV) performance was affected by a range of issues including rising customer demand. The demand increased as the employment landscape grew following national...


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