Ministers: Conduct:Written question - 292097

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Asked by Jon Trickett
(Hemsworth)
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Asked on: 30 September 2019
Cabinet Office
Ministers: Conduct
Commons
To ask the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and Minister for the Cabinet Office, what recent assessment he has made of the efficacy of the Ministerial Code.
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Answered by: Kevin Foster
Answered on: 03 October 2019

Responsibility for the Ministerial Code rests with the Prime Minister. The Ministerial Code sets out the standards of propriety and behaviour expected of all Ministers and was updated and re-issued by the Prime Minister on 23 August.

The updated Code includes a new section setting out the policy for ministers taking parental leave and other extended absences from Government, as well as a number of updates, including obligations related to Cabinet confidentiality and the acceptance of foreign decorations.

Grouped Questions: 292216

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