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The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Select Committee (PACAC) is a cross-party committee appointed to scrutinise Government. RTs ≠ endorsements.
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Richard Johnstone Jul 19
UK Statistics Authority should be broken up, MPs say | concludes dual roles of producing and regulating official data compromise the public good in a climate of fake news:
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PACAC Committee Jul 19
Replying to @UKStatsAuth
Yesterday we published our report into the Governance of Statistics examining the role of Read our report
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PACAC Committee Jul 18
Replying to @UKStatsAuth
We are concerned that has so far been unsuccessful in identifying a new person to become the National Statistician. Read our report
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PACAC Committee Jul 18
Replying to @UKStatsAuth
The long-running issue of RPI has exposed the weakness in UKSA's governance of official statistics. We have called on to immediately publish its recommendation for addressing the shortcomings in RPI. Read our report
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PACAC Committee Jul 18
Replying to @CommonsPACAC
The Office for Statistics Regulation cannot effectively regulate the UK's statistical system with its current the level of resources. Read our report
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Hetan Shah Jul 17
The report from on and the official statistics system is out. The overall story is that the creation of has improved official statistics, but that there is more to be done
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PACAC Committee Jul 18
Replying to @UKStatsAuth
We found that combining regulation and production of statistics in was misconceived. Read our report
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PARLY Jul 18
. will make a short statement and answer questions about this report after the ministerial statement.
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PACAC Committee Jul 18
This morning we published our 18th report: Governance of official statistics: redefining the dual role of the UK Statistics Authority; and re-evaluating the Statistics and Registration Service Act 2007 Read the report here:
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PACAC Committee Jul 16
Our second panel on electoral law reform has now begun. How urgent is systematic simplification, updating and consolidation of electoral law? We are asking
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PACAC Committee Jul 16
How urgent is systematic simplification, updating and consolidation of electoral law? We are asking this question to and Watch live
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Parliament Archives Jul 15
The summer of 67 saw The Beatles riding high in the charts with Sgt Pepper but Parliament also had a big hit on their hands as The Latey Committee (fronted by Justice Latey) released their seminal report lowering the age of majority from 21 to 18
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AEA Jul 15
Watch live from 10 am on Tuesday 16 July hearing from the Electoral Reform Society and political scientists about the consequences of continued inaction on electoral law reform:
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PACAC Committee Jul 9
We are now taking evidence from academics about how their research can help improve the Government's management of major projects. Watch live
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Procedure Committee Jul 8
NEW: The Procedure Committee calls for the establishment of a to undertake systematic prior scrutiny of Government spending plans. Read the Committee's report here:
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PACAC Committee Jul 4
Next week we are talking to academics about how their research can help improve the Government's management of major projects. Tuesday 9 July Watch live
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PACAC Committee Jul 2
Replying to @AEA_Elections
How multiple elections for different bodies occurring at once are organised is left to the individual returning officers for each election to sort out between them, tell us
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PACAC Committee Jul 2
We now welcome our second panel. we are talking to and and asking how urgent is the consolidation and updating of electoral law? Watch Live
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PACAC Committee Jul 2
Replying to @Law_Commission
There are currently 11 different rule books for elections in the UK, told us. Their proposals would create one legal framework.
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PACAC Committee Jul 2
Replying to @Law_Commission
. told us the the sole person legally responsible for elections in England and Wales is, as it was in Victorian times, the local returning officer.
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