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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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Cabinet Office minister Chris Skidmore described the practice as "abuse of our democracy" and vowed to take up the issue with the Electoral Commission in a meeting later today.
Cabinet Office minister Chris Skidmore has called on local councils, housing associations and the wider public sector to take action on the findings and save even more money.
But Labour Shadow Cabinet Office Minister Jon Ashworth said: "This letter exposes the reality that David Cameron and the Conservative Party are utterly preoccupied with leadership infighting rather than the future of the country.
Cabinet Office minister Matthew Hancock said the measure was part of the Government's goal of ending a "welfare culture" in some communities.
Cabinet Office minister Lord Bridges of Headley said he shared Lord Morris's "frustration" but he could not agree that the inquiry should be scrapped.
Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude said the files would now be made available to the newlyreconstituted inquiry into historical child sex abuse as well as to the Metropolitan Police and other relevant government departments.
Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude sparked fury with his comments and plans for another PS20billion of cuts if the Tories win the election.
CABINET Office minister Oliver Letwin says Tory T ministers no longer talk about the big Society because their Lib Dem partners don't like it.
CABINET Office Minister Francis Maude paid a VIP visit to a Birmingham firm for a first-hand insight into the world of digital innovations.
Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude is advertising for 130 "great managers and policy advisers" to sort out Government projects such as the troubled universal credit scheme.
Summary: Cabinet Office minister Francis Maude has said it is "very significant" that the Queen and Duke wish to attend Lady Thatcher's funeral.
TORY opponents of gay marriage will "move on relatively quickly" once the change is implemented, Cabinet Office Minister Francis Maude predicted yesterday.