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Attorney-General

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  • Police Cautions

    To ask the Attorney-General how many conditional cautions have been issued by police forces in England and Wales since 2013; and for what offence each such caution was issued.

  • Redundancy Pay

    To ask the Attorney-General how much the Crown Prosecution Service has spent on severance costs for departing members of staff in each year since 2010-11.

  • Redundancy Pay

    To ask the Attorney-General how much the Government legal service has spent on severance costs for departing members of staff in each year since 2010-11.

  • Serious Fraud Office

    To ask the Attorney-General if he will publish the review carried out by Peter Mason CBE into how documents related to the BAE Systems case were sent by the Serious Fraud Office to the wrong location.

  • Serious Fraud Office

    To ask the Attorney-General what the cost to the Serious Fraud Office was of recovering the evidence related to the BAE Systems case sent to the wrong location.

  • Serious Fraud Office

    To ask the Attorney-General whether details of the identities of any prosecution witnesses and informants were contained in the evidence related to the BAE Systems case that the Serious Fraud...

  • Witnesses: Children

    To ask the Attorney-General what information he holds on complaints made about developmentally inappropriate questioning of child witnesses in the last five years; and if he will make a statement.