Cabinet Office


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Cabinet Office

A department of the British government that provides ancillary and support staff to the government and has some oversight on the civil service. The office traces its origins to 1916.
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Read case #1 of Daily News Egypt's Cabinet Office case files.
The shock increase over the past three years comes to light in data released by the Cabinet Office.
For May, the Cabinet Office upgraded its assessment of exports for the second month in a row, saying they "show signs of picking up.
At a time when millions of hard-working families are being made worse-off by David Cameron's Government, the Cabinet Office are splashing the cash on big-money jobs.
THE Cabinet Office has warned it may not be possible to identify whoever used government computers to post "sickening" comments about the Hillsborough disaster.
The MP had asked the Cabinet Office about the potential effect on the safety of passengers in taxis and private hire vehicles.
The disclosure comes after it emerged last month that the Cabinet Office was holding a secret dossier from the 1980s relating to the paedophile activities of the late diplomat Sir Peter Hayman.
But the Cabinet Office seems to be doing the opposite.
The Cabinet Office is trying to recover the PS3million.
The Cabinet Office has also announced almost Au30,000 funding for 8 social value projects around the country.
Five parliamentary questions to former Cabinet Office Minister Ruth Kelly and one to Mr Milburn himself had produced nothing more than an assurance that the sum would be met from the department's existing budget and would be published in its annual accounts - probably after the election.
The Cabinet Office said last Friday the nation's gross domestic product grew a real 1.