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Written Answers — Transport: Departmental Disciplinary Proceedings (5 May 2009)

Geoff Hoon: ...Executive agencies currently have 24 employees suspended; all are on full pay while internal and/or police investigations are being conducted. Reason for suspension Period suspended for Alleged Gross Misconduct 27 months Alleged Gross Misconduct 14 months Alleged Gross Misconduct 14 months Alleged Gross Misconduct 9 months Alleged Gross Misconduct 6 months ...

Written Answers — Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs: Diplomatic Service: Dismissal (2 Jul 2007)

Kim Howells: ...years after some form of representation from the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Details of the missions at which they served and the reasons for their withdrawals are as follows: 1997 Kuwait—alleged serious criminal offence (assault/domestic violence) Belgium—alleged serious criminal offence (drink driving) 1998 Morocco—alleged serious criminal offence (assault) Saudi...

Written Answers — Women and Equality: Equality and Human Rights Commission: Industrial Disputes (25 Jan 2010)

Maria Eagle: ...requested in relation to the 15 employment disputes made by Equality and Human Rights Commission employees or recruits since the opening of the Commission in October 2007 is provided as follows: 1. Alleged less favourable treatment on grounds of transgender status, breach of statutory grievance procedure, breach of contract and unfair dismissal. Withdrawn. 2. Alleged race and sex...

Written Answers — Justice: Prisoners' Release: Reoffenders (24 Jun 2008)

Jack Straw: Of the 26,347 offenders who have been placed on the end of custody licence scheme, 894 (3.4 per cent.) have been recalled to custody. Of those offenders notified to NOMS by 16 May 2008 as having allegedly committed a further offence during their period on ECL, nine of the offences were alleged robbery; 41 alleged burglary; 139 alleged theft and handling; four alleged fraud and forgery; and...

Written Answers — Deputy Prime Minister: Standards Board for England (8 Nov 2005)

Phil Woolas: In the 2004–05 the Standards Board for England received 3,861 allegations that members of local authorities had breached the code of conduct for members. During that year, 1,543 allegations were not referred for investigation as the alleged conduct would not have involved a failure to comply with the code, 1,195 allegations were not referred for investigation because the allegations were...

Written Answers — Attorney General: Metropolitan Police Service's Handling of Non-recent Sexual Offence Investigations Alleged against Persons of Public Prominence Independent Review (8 Jun 2020)

Michael Ellis: The Metropolitan Police Review refers to 159 cases of false allegations of rape and/or domestic violence made between January 2011 to May 2012. These were cases that had been referred to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) for a charging decision. The Review erroneously refers to the period as being between 2013-14. The 159 cases were reviewed by the DPP and the Crown Prosecution...

Public Bill Committee: Education Bill: Clause 13 (22 Mar 2011)

Nick Gibb: ...classroom and giving heads and teachers the powers that they need to ensure discipline and promote good behaviour. As part of that commitment, we have considered the problem of pupils making false allegations against teachers. As I have said, a recent survey by the Association of Teachers and Lecturers showed that 50% of school staff questioned reported that a pupil had made false...

Health and Social Care Bill (Programme) (No. 2): Clause 111 — Powers of Secretary of State and devolved administrations (15 Jul 2008)

Charles Walker: Perhaps my hon. Friend can help me. An allegation is an allegation. What in the Bill will protect members of the clinical professions from having allegations made against them? Surely the person making the allegation must be made aware that if the allegation is malicious, they will face legal action.

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Iraq: Detainees (29 Jun 2020)

Johnny Mercer: ..., Her Majesty's Government has received around 1,000 damages claims and approximately 1,400 judicial review claims in connection with operations in Iraq. The claims received focus predominately on alleged unlawful detention but many incorporate allegations of mistreatment at the hands of British military personnel. In addition, the Iraq Historic Allegations Team received over 3,400...

Written Answers — Justice: Prisoners (17 Dec 2007)

David Hanson: During the period 29 June to 31 October 2007, 11,132 offenders were released, of whom 119 were recalled from the end of custody licence scheme on allegation of reoffending. This represents 1.07 per cent. being notified to NOMS as having been recalled for allegedly committing a further offence while on the scheme. They were alleged to have committed a total of 170 offences. A breakdown of...

Public Bill Committee: Crime and Security Bill (28 Jan 2010)

Tom Brake: I want to come back to Brian Moore on the point made by Ms McIlveen about allegations and counter-allegations. In your experience, will your officers always be able to identify the real perpetrator, even though they may be making counter-allegations? However many allegations and counter-allegations are flying backwards and forwards, will you be able to apply the DVPN to the appropriate person?

Written Answers — Constitutional Affairs: Cross-examination (14 Dec 2004)

Chris Leslie: Judicial training is the responsibility of the Judicial Studies Board, an independent body chaired by Lord Justice Keene. In the Family Jurisdiction, where the alleged victim of domestic violence or sexual abuse is an adult, the alleged perpetrator who disputes the allegation is entitled to cross-examine the alleged victim. This is either in person if they are not legally represented, or by...

Northern Ireland Constitution (9 Jul 1974)

Mr Lawrence Orr: The UDR is one of the most vital and important security services. The hon. Gentleman is making general allegations, and he says that he has taken these allegations to the Secretary of State. The hon. Gentleman should be specific. What is he alleging? Who are the persons against whom the allegations are made? One cannot allow those allegations to stand in so vague a manner on the record.

Written Answers — Solicitor-General: Television: Telephone Services (12 Jun 2008)

Vera Baird: The Serious Fraud Office has considered an allegation against GMTV Ltd. and Opera Telecom Ltd. arising out of competitions run as part of the GMTV Breakfast programme and an allegation against Big Game Television. A decision was taken by the former Director of the SFO, Robert Wardle, not to commence formal investigations into these allegations. An allegation against ITV plc. in relation to a...

Written Answers — Defence: Armed Forces: Offences Against Children (20 May 2013)

Andrew Robathan: ...and Wickford (Mr Francois), gave on 10 April 2013, Official Report, column 1128W. The Ministry of Defence holds the following information recorded by the service police on other child abuse(1) allegations involving service(2) or civilian personnel based in Germany in the period between the implementation of the Armed Forces Act 2006 on 1 November 2009 and 31 December 2012. The total...

Written Answers — Defence: Armed Forces: Investigations (15 Sep 2011)

Liam Fox: ...about were fully investigated by the Chain of Command in theatre. All the troops involved complied with UK ROE and followed Escalation of Force procedures correctly. Those incidents were: Allegation Date Allegation 3 21 October 2007 Allegation 4 25 October 2007 Allegation 5 6 November 2007 Allegation 8 22 October 2008 Allegation 10 29 November 2008 Allegation 12...

Immigration Entry Clearance Standards (30 Mar 2004)

Mark Oaten: The hon. Lady has a valid point. The shadow Home Secretary was clear in the language that he used and the allegations that he made. I shall come shortly to those allegations and how they relate to the Minister of State. They are important. One of the only ways in which we shall clear up the allegations is to set up an independent review. The hothouse of allegations around here means nothing....

Written Answers — Defence: Armed Forces: Domestic Violence (3 Jun 2013)

Mark Francois: The Ministry of Defence holds the following information recorded by the Service Police or Ministry of Defence Police (MDP) on allegations of domestic violence involving service personnel or their family members made in the period between the implementation of the Armed Forces Act 2006 on 1 November 2009 and 31 December 2012. The MOD cannot provide a response on behalf of the civilian...

Education and Inspections Bill (18 Jul 2006)

Baroness Buscombe: moved Amendment No. 143: After Clause 36, insert the following new clause- "DUTIES IN RELATION TO ALLEGATIONS AGAINST TEACHERS (1) This section applies where it is alleged that a teacher or member of staff, including a volunteer, at an education establishment providing education for persons under 18 years of age has- (a) behaved in a way that has harmed a child, or may have harmed a child,...

Written Answers — Ministry of Defence: Armed Forces: Sexual Offences (30 Oct 2014)

Anna Soubry: The table shows the number of allegations of rape, sexual assault, exposure, voyeurism, and other forms of sexual misconduct, recorded by the Service police in each month since April 2014 up to 24 October 2014, broken down by Service. Month/Service April 2014 May 2014 June 2014 July 2014 August 2014 September 2014 October 2014 Number Of Rape Allegations British Army 4 2...

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