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Inquiry status: concluded
The Cabinet Manual (PDF) was published by the Government in October 2011.
The Political and Constitutional Reform Committee produced a Report on a draft version of the Manual in March 2011. The Committee’s Report, Constitutional implications of the Cabinet Manual, stated: “We intend to monitor closely how the Cabinet Manual develops, and how it is used both within and beyond Government during the life of this Parliament.”
The Committee is now returning to the subject to see how the Cabinet Manual is being used in practice and to consider what additions and changes might be necessary when it is revised.
Political and Constitutional Reform Committee say next Government needs to improve public awareness
Committee to publish report on 00:01 on Monday 2 February 2015
Cabinet Secretary to give evidence on the inquiry into revisiting the Cabinet Manual
Political and Constitutional Reform Committee to take evidence on Thursday 26 June
Political and Constitutional Reform Committee questions Professor Ian Cram at 10am on Thursday 12 June
Political and Constitutional Reform Committee to review the Cabinet Manual