Government Departments: Legal Opinion

Attorney General written question – answered on 11th April 2016.

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Photo of John Stevenson John Stevenson Conservative, Carlisle

To ask the Attorney General, whether his Department plans to move any government legal services to the north of England.

Photo of Jeremy Wright Jeremy Wright The Attorney-General

The Government Legal Department (GLD) provides legal services to Ministry of Justice, as well as to the majority of other government departments. GLD provides these services to Government principally from London, but also from a number of other locations including Manchester, Leeds, Warrington and Bristol. GLD is currently reviewing its location strategy, including whether it should provide further legal services from locations outside London, but has made no decision to that effect.

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