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Government accepts calls to publish more information, more quickly, on the experience of civil servants
The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee (PACAC) today publishes the Government’s response to its report on the Civil Service People Survey
18 January 2024
Is it still ‘Yes, Minister’ in Whitehall? MPs to examine relations between government and Civil Service
Recent years have seen governments become increasingly vocal in their criticisms of the Civil Service, with the Brexit process and the Covid-19 pandemic exposing heightened tensions
17 November 2023
Government responds to MPs’ report on Civil Service workforce changes
The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee today publishes the Government’s response to its report on where civil servants work
18 October 2023
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Lobbying transparency to be examined in new inquiry by MPs
The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee will conduct post-legislative scrutiny of the Lobbying Act 2014
25 July 2022
Lords debates standards of behaviour and honesty in political life
Members discuss the impact on the democratic process from a reduction in standards in political life. Catch up
24 June 2022
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Michael Gove to face questions from committee of MPs on constitutional issues
Michael Gove answers questions on his remit as Levelling Up Secretary and Minister for Intergovernmental Relations
25 February 2022
Lords concludes examination of' Northern Ireland (Ministers, Elections and Petitions of Concern) Bill at third reading
House of Lords completes its examination of bill at third reading. Catch up
25 January 2022
Welsh Secretary to appear before Welsh Affairs Committee
Secretary of State for Wales, Simon Hart MP answers questions on work of the UK Government in Wales
21 October 2021
Lords debates standards in public life
Members taking part included a former Home Secretary, a former Leader of the House of Commons and the chair of the Committee on Standards in Public Life. Catch up
10 September 2021
System of local government audit close to “breaking point”
System of local government audit covering £100 billion of public spending a year close to “breaking point” says PAC
14 July 2021
Evidence session on work of Civil Service Commission
Ian Watmore, First Civil Service Commissioner, to be questioned by the Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee
15 March 2021
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Lords examines Ministerial and other Maternity Allowances Bill
Government accepts amendment on use of 'mother or expectant mother' in the bill
26 February 2021
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Lords debates UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement
Members debate the agreement setting out the future relationship on Friday 8 January
08 January 2021
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