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Results 181–200 of 6000 for in the 'Written Answers' speaker:David Lidington

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Parliamentary Questions (15 Jan 2019)

David Lidington: Guidance on responding to Parliamentary Questions can be found on Gov.uk. The ministerial code states that Ministers should be as open as possible with Parliament and the public, refusing to provide information only when disclosure would not be in the public interest.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Parliamentary Questions (15 Jan 2019)

David Lidington: Guidance on responding to Parliamentary Questions, and details of ministerial responsibilities, can be found on Gov.uk. As stated in the Parliamentary Questions: recent issues briefing paper published by the House of Commons Library: Ministers, via their departments, may choose to transfer the question if they think responsibility lies with another department.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Cabinet Office: Brexit (14 Jan 2019)

David Lidington: Departments continually review workforce plans, reprioritise and assess changing needs, which includes identification and cessation of non-priority work where appropriate. We have accelerated our plans, and at the same time, the Civil Service as a whole is working to ensure that EU Exit Implementation is carried out to high quality without impacting public service delivery across the whole of...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Armed Conflict (14 Jan 2019)

David Lidington: The Government rigorously assesses the capacity of the UK to counter non-military attacks through the Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR) process. In light of the ever-changing national security environment and in support of the SDSR 2015, the National Security Council (NSC) commissioned a focused National Security Capability Review (NSCR), published in March 2018. This set out how...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Civil Service: EU Nationals (14 Jan 2019)

David Lidington: The number of non-UK EU citizens employed within the Civil Service is not consistently collected across Government, therefore it is not possible to provide the number of EU nationals employed by the Civil Service in each Government department or the proportion of civil servants employed by each department.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Disclosure of Information (11 Jan 2019)

David Lidington: The insurance industry does not come under the remit of the Cabinet Office so no discussions have been held.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Civil Service: Nationality (11 Jan 2019)

David Lidington: There are currently no plans to change paragraph 1.20 of the Civil Service Nationality Rules guidance in the unlikely scenario that the UK leaves the EU without a deal. EEA nationals who are civil servants on exit day will be able to continue to be civil servants; and it will continue to be possible for the civil service to recruit EEA nationals.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Civil Service: Vacancies (11 Jan 2019)

David Lidington: This information is not held centrally.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Cabinet Office: Brexit (10 Jan 2019)

David Lidington: Departments continually review workforce plans, reprioritise and assess changing needs, which includes identification and cessation of non-priority work where appropriate. We have accelerated our plans, and at the same time, the Civil Service as a whole is working to ensure that EU Exit Implementation is carried out to high quality without impacting public service delivery across the whole of...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Cabinet Office: Brexit (10 Jan 2019)

David Lidington: The Government’s policy is for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union with a negotiated deal. The Cabinet Office, like other Departments, is continually looking at and reviewing workforce plans, reprioritising and assessing changing needs. We expect our ‘no deal’ preparations will not be required, but we will prepare responsibly to ensure the smoothest exit in all outcomes.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Cabinet Office: Brexit (10 Jan 2019)

David Lidington: The Cabinet Office Accounting Officer has not sought a Ministerial Direction for expenditure on contingency planning for the UK leaving the EU without a deal.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Civil Servants: Greater London (10 Jan 2019)

David Lidington: Information on the proportion of Civil Servants born in London is not held centrally.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Civil Servants: Reviews (8 Jan 2019)

David Lidington: Under the Civil Service Management Code, the conduct of civil servants is a matter for individual departments.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Cabinet Office: Staff (8 Jan 2019)

David Lidington: In June 2016, the number of staff employed in my Department was 2,384. In November 2018 the number of staff employed in my Department (latest workforce figures) was 6,214. Most of the increase here (82%) is the result of the transfer of staff and functions into the Cabinet Office from other Government Departments under machinery of government changes. As part of this Government’s commitment...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: UK Relations with EU (7 Jan 2019)

David Lidington: In the run up to the publication of the White Paper, there was regular engagement with our EU counterparts, but no copies were shared with other Member States. Work to support this required a cross-government effort, including close collaboration the Cabinet Office Europe Unit, the Department for Exiting the European Union and other Government departments.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Cabinet Office: Government Chief Scientific Adviser (7 Jan 2019)

David Lidington: The Cabinet Office draws from a range of scientific advice and expertise, including from the Government Chief Scientific Adviser, the Chief Scientific Advisers in individual Government Departments, and academics and researchers. The Cabinet Office does not have its own Chief Scientific Adviser.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Cabinet Office: EU Law (7 Jan 2019)

David Lidington: During the time-limited implementation period, EU law will continue to apply in the UK subject to the terms set out in the Withdrawal Agreement. After the implementation period, all laws in the UK will be passed by our elected representatives in Belfast, Cardiff, Edinburgh and London. The Political Declaration recognises that the UK may choose to align with the EU's rules in relevant areas to...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Government Departments: Data Protection (7 Jan 2019)

David Lidington: Neither the Technology Code of Practice nor the Cloud First Policy directly prevent government departments or services from storing cloud based data in any specific nation state. It is the responsibility of each government department to take risk-based decisions about their use of cloud providers for the storage of government data.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Civil Service: Complaints (7 Jan 2019)

David Lidington: The Civil Service is committed to providing a high quality service to everyone it deals with and all complaints are treated seriously. All civil servants are required to adhere to Civil Service Code values - integrity, honesty, objectivity and impartiality. If a member of the public wishes to complain about a civil servant, they should in the first instance contact the Department or Agency...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Cabinet Office: Overseas Aid (7 Jan 2019)

David Lidington: Cabinet Office has a number of Business Units which have involvement with overseas programmes. However, the data is not held centrally and it would therefore be a disproportionate cost to collect the data.


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