Attorney General: Domicil

Attorney General written question – answered at on 22 February 2024.

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Photo of Jon Ashworth Jon Ashworth Shadow Paymaster General

To ask the Attorney General, whether any non-executive directors in her Department are non-domiciled as of 19 February 2024.

Photo of Robert Courts Robert Courts The Solicitor-General

The Attorney General’s Office (AGO) does not have any appointed non-executive directors (NEDs).

However, the Crown Prosecution Service, Serious Fraud Office, and Government Legal Department, which are superintended by the Law Officers, do have appointed NEDs.

NEDs are not employees of the AGO, nor the above departments superintended by the Law Officers, and act in an advisory capacity. NEDs’ personal data, including those relating to personal taxation or status, are protected by the UK General Data Protection Regulation. Collection of personal data on non-dom status is not routinely collected and is generally not required for making public appointments. If any such data was held it could only be published if doing so was in compliance with data protection law.

Data relating to public appointments are covered by the Public Appointments Privacy Statement found here: https://apply-for-public-appointment.service.gov.uk/privacy.

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