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Results 21–40 of 6000 for in the 'Written Answers' speaker:David Lidington

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Cabinet Office: Chief Scientific Advisers (19 Jun 2019)

David Lidington: I refer the Right Honourable Member to my answer given to Question 198752 on 7 January.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Huawei: 5G (19 Jun 2019)

David Lidington: 5G standards are still being ratified and the hardware and software that implements them is still being updated often during early commercial service. As a result, there are limited benefits in testing 5G equipment pre-deployment due to those changes and updates. The National Cyber Security Centre is focusing on those deployments and software releases in the UK which are most important.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Grenfell Tower Inquiry (17 Jun 2019)

David Lidington: The timing and handling of the Inquiry is a matter for the independent Inquiry and the Government hopes that the report for phase 1 will be published soon. The Grenfell Tower Inquiry has already begun Phase 2 with the ongoing disclosure of thousands of documents to core participants. Phase 2 of the Inquiry will address the design and modification of the building; the fire and safety measures...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Parliamentary Questions: Government Responses (17 Jun 2019)

David Lidington: Where departments do not hold the information requested, they are advised to state the reason in their response. Departments will consider any additional questions about similar information or the collection of new information, bearing in mind the availability of that information and/or the proportionality and cost of collecting it. There are no plans to change the way Departments respond to...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Huawei: 5G (17 Jun 2019)

David Lidington: The National Cyber Security Centre engage with every operator who uses the Huawei Cyber Security Evaluation Centre (HCSEC) to manage cyber security risks within their networks. All of the significant commercial networks in the UK who use Huawei have access to and work with the HCSEC.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Huawei: 5G (13 Jun 2019)

David Lidington: As detailed in the HCSEC Oversight Board report, the HCSEC work programme is determined by a risk-based prioritisation scheme and their plan of evaluation is driven by the commercial rollout of services by the UK operators that use Huawei equipment. The operators, NCSC and the HCSEC collaboratively prioritise the work of HCSEC. Providing further details on what equipment has, and has not,...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Huawei: 5G (13 Jun 2019)

David Lidington: As detailed in the HCSEC Oversight Board report, the HCSEC work programme is determined by a risk-based prioritisation scheme and their plan of evaluation is driven by the commercial rollout of services by the UK operators that use Huawei equipment. The operators, NCSC and the HCSEC collaboratively prioritise the work of HCSEC. Providing further details on what equipment has, and has not,...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Fracking: China (10 Jun 2019)

David Lidington: All of the support we provide through our Prosperity Fund is already very carefully considered, including to the energy sector in China. The overall purpose of the Fund is to promote inclusive growth whilst contributing to the UN Sustainable Development Goals. The Fund’s climate change and energy programmes all support the SDGs, including SDG 7 (affordable, reliable, sustainable modern...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Legal Aid Scheme: Universal Credit (10 Jun 2019)

David Lidington: No discussions have taken place on the accessibility of legal aid for universal credit claimants. This is not in the remit of the Cabinet Office.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Huawei: 5G (10 Jun 2019)

David Lidington: The National Cyber Security Centre engage with every operator who uses the Huawei Cyber Security Evaluation Centre to manage cyber security risks within their networks. Owing to commercial sensitivities this list cannot be disclosed. Other operators may use the guidance that is publicly available on the NCSC website, which we cannot track, or advice from other relevant bodies such as Ofcom,...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Huawei: 5G (5 Jun 2019)

David Lidington: The UK’s National Cyber Security Centre, as the national technical authority for information assurance and the lead Government operational agency on cyber security, leads for the Government in dealing with HCSEC and with Huawei more generally on technical security matters The Huawei Cyber Security Evaluation Centre (HCSEC) is a private entity. As detailed in the HCSEC Oversight Board...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Huawei: 5G (5 Jun 2019)

David Lidington: I refer the honourable member to my answer to Question 254274 on 22 May 2019.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Politics and Government (5 Jun 2019)

David Lidington: We have delivered policies that benefit all four nations of the UK, including committing over £2.4 billion to thirteen city and growth deals in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and spending around £19 billion a year of our defence budget with UK industry, supporting 115,000 jobs across the UK.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Cabinet Office: Departmental Responsibilities (4 Jun 2019)

David Lidington: The guidance and regulations documents that have been issued and published by Cabinet Office can be found at GOV.UK.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Cabinet Office: Mobile Phones (3 Jun 2019)

David Lidington: It is for individual Government departments to manage their own technology and telecommunications requirements in accordance with their business and security needs, including equipping their Ministers with appropriate ICT equipment. HMG takes the secure use of mobile phones very seriously and advice on how to securely manage mobile devices is published by the National Cyber Security Centre....

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Cabinet: Ministerial Responsibility (24 May 2019)

David Lidington: Sir Mark Sedwill has been operating successfully as Cabinet Secretary since June 2017 and has the full confidence of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. His responsibilities incorporate those he exercised as National Security Adviser and, like his predecessors, those of the Head of the Civil Service.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Ministerial Responsibility (24 May 2019)

David Lidington: Details of Ministerial responsibilities can be found on GOV.UK: https://www.gov.uk/government/ministers The List of Ministerial Responsibilities was last updated in December 2018. An update to the document is expected in the summer.

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: National Security Council: Disclosure of Information (21 May 2019)

David Lidington: The Cabinet Office has cooperated fully on the leak of information from the NSC with the Metropolitan Police, who are operationally independent of Government. As made clear in his statement of the 4th May Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu stated that he had ‘spoken to the Cabinet Office’ and that he was ‘satisfied that the disclosure did not amount to a criminal offence… no crime has...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: Huawei: 5G (21 May 2019)

David Lidington: High risk vendors are not in our most sensitive networks. On telecoms CNI, the Communications Act 2003 places an obligation on Telecoms operators to ensure that they have 'appropriate measures' in place to manage the security and resilience of the network. Ofcom are responsible for ensuring that operators meet their obligations under the Communications Act. In addition, the Huawei Cyber...

Written Answers — Cabinet Office: 5G (21 May 2019)

David Lidington: The National Cyber Security Centre is focused on the security of equipment deployed in current UK networks, none of which are currently making operational use of 5G equipment. Similarly, the Huawei Cyber Security Evaluation Centre conducts security assessments of Huawei products deployed in current UK telecoms networks.


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