Results 141–160 of 600 for in the 'Written Answers' speaker:Michael Tomlinson

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Deportation (21 Dec 2023)

Michael Tomlinson: The Home Office publishes data on asylum and returns in the ‘Immigration System Statistics quarterly release’. Data on initial decisions on asylum applications including refusals by date of refusal are published in table Asy_D02 of the ‘Asylum and resettlement detailed datasets’. Information on how to use the dataset can be found in the ‘Notes’ page of the workbook. Data on...

Written Answers — Home Office: Prisoners: Foreign Nationals (19 Dec 2023)

Michael Tomlinson: The information requested about how many and what proportion of foreign national offender inductions to immigration prison teams were made within 10 days in each year since 2015 is not available from published statistics. The Home Office publishes information on FNOs in Immigration system statistics quarterly release - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk) and Migration transparency data - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk).

Written Answers — Home Office: Undocumented Migrants: Repatriation (19 Dec 2023)

Michael Tomlinson: We do not routinely publish the information requested. The Home Office publishes statistics on all types of removals from the UK which includes voluntary departures. The latest statistics are available at: Immigration system statistics quarterly release - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk) Published datasets for Voluntary Returns are available at: Returns and detention datasets - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

Written Answers — Home Office: UK Border Force: Finance (19 Dec 2023)

Michael Tomlinson: The latest published figures for Border Force can be found in the Home Office Annual Report for 2022-2023 Home Office annual report and accounts - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk) 2023-2024 figures will be published in future reports.

Written Answers — Home Office: Asylum: Deportation and Temporary Accommodation (19 Dec 2023)

Michael Tomlinson: The process of relocating asylum seekers to Rwanda will begin after the Treaty and the Safety of Rwanda (Asylum and Immigration) Bill comes into force after having progressed through Parliament. The Treaty has been laid before Parliament under the Constitutional Reform and Governance Act 2010 and the procedures under that Act must be complied with before the Treaty can be ratified and come...

Written Answers — Attorney General: Hare Coursing: Prosecutions ( 5 Dec 2023)

Michael Tomlinson: The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has never maintained a central record of the number of prosecutions specifically for offences of hare coursing and only holds data on the number of offences prosecuted under the Game Act 1831, the Night Poaching Act 1828 and the Hunting Act 2004, which all encompass hare coursing. The CPS does not collect data that constitutes official statistics as defined...

Written Answers — Attorney General: Good Law Project: Legal Costs ( 4 Dec 2023)

Michael Tomlinson: There were 42 case files opened in respect of actual court proceedings between His Majesty’s Government and the Good Law Project during the period since the start of the 2017-18 financial year. HM Government won 19 and lost 6, 7 cases were settled, and 9 cases were withdrawn by the Good Law Project. One has yet to deliver an outcome. In total, in regard to these 42 cases: The Good Law...

Written Answers — Attorney General: Attorney General: ICT (30 Nov 2023)

Michael Tomlinson: The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) is responsible for the provision and management of up-to-date IT infrastructure, applications and processes for the Attorney General’s Office (AGO). It is not possible to derive costs specific to the AGO as the IT infrastructure provided is not accounted for separately. The CPS do not hold a centralised record of AGO IT infrastructure costs. This...

Written Answers — Attorney General: Attorney General: ICT (29 Nov 2023)

Michael Tomlinson: As of 21 November 2023, the Attorney General's Office, as a Ministerial Department, has no red-rated legacy IT systems as defined in the Central Digital and Data Office (CDDO) Legacy IT Risk Assessment Framework.

Written Answers — Attorney General: Crown Prosecution Service: Stonewall (17 Nov 2023)

Michael Tomlinson: The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) does not hold a central record of local meetings with stakeholders across all 14 CPS Areas and Central Casework Divisions. At a national headquarters level, the CPS met with Stonewall three times in 2023 in the context of national forums on hate crime, where a broad range of other external stakeholders were also in attendance. There were no meetings with...

Written Answers — Attorney General: Attorney General: Theft (17 Nov 2023)

Michael Tomlinson: The Attorney General’s Office has not had any laptops, mobile phones, memory sticks or external hard drives lost or stolen in the last year.

Written Answers — Attorney General: Sexual Offences: Gender (15 Nov 2023)

Michael Tomlinson: The Crown Prosecution Service is unable to supply details of organisations they consulted as part of the proposed revision of their legal guidance on 'Deception as to Gender' as the information requested is the subject of a Freedom Of Information request which is subject to ongoing legal proceedings.

Written Answers — Attorney General: Domestic Abuse (15 Nov 2023)

Michael Tomlinson: The information requested is subject to an open Freedom Of Information request to the Crown Prosecution Service, which they are considering in the normal way.

Written Answers — Attorney General: Twitter: Prosecutions (14 Nov 2023)

Michael Tomlinson: The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) does not hold data on the number of people prosecuted for offences relating to social media posts. This information could only be obtained by an examination of CPS case files, which would incur disproportionate cost.

Written Answers — Attorney General: TikTok: Prosecutions (14 Nov 2023)

Michael Tomlinson: The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) does not hold data on the number of people prosecuted for offences relating to social media posts. This information could only be obtained by an examination of CPS case files, which would incur disproportionate cost.

Written Answers — Attorney General: Facebook: Prosecutions (14 Nov 2023)

Michael Tomlinson: The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) does not hold data on the number of people prosecuted for offences relating to social media posts. This information could only be obtained by an examination of CPS case files, which would incur disproportionate cost.

Written Answers — Attorney General: Attorney General: Incentives (25 Oct 2023)

Michael Tomlinson: Purchasing non-cash vouchers as reward and recognition bonuses for staff is standard practice across Government. The Government Legal Department spent £240,605 on purchasing non-cash vouchers for staff as reward and recognition bonuses in 2022-23.

Written Answers — Attorney General: Hare Coursing: Convictions and Prosecutions (25 Oct 2023)

Michael Tomlinson: Offences of hare coursing may be prosecuted using offences created by the Game Act 1831, the Night Poaching Act 1828 and the Hunting Act 2004. The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) does not maintain a central record of the number of prosecutions for offences of hare coursing. This information could only be obtained by examining CPS case files, which would incur disproportionate cost.

Written Answers — Attorney General: Prosecutions: Standards (25 Oct 2023)

Michael Tomlinson: The average number of days (in calendar days) from a case being referred to the Crown Prosecution Service for a charging decision or early advice and decision to charge and prosecute being reached in the period 2022-2023 (1 April 2022 – 30 March 2023) was 45 days.

Written Answers — Attorney General: Serious Fraud Office: Legal Costs (25 Oct 2023)

Michael Tomlinson: The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) does not disclose the costs associated with its cases as this risks prejudicing the administration of justice and is against the public interest. Information on how the SFO uses resources is published in aggregate in its Annual Report and Accounts.


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