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Written Question
Ministry of Defence: Lost Working Days
2 Mar 2021

Questioner: Rachel Hopkins (LAB - Luton South)

Question

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what the average working days lost was for civil servants aged (a) 30 and younger, (b) 31 to 50, (c) 51 to 60 and (d) over 60 in his Department in (i) 2019 and (ii) 2020.

Answered by Johnny Mercer

The information is not held in the format requested and will therefore need verification before release. I will write to the hon. Member and place a copy of the letter in the Library of the House.


Written Question
Ministry of Defence: Lost Working Days
2 Mar 2021

Questioner: Rachel Hopkins (LAB - Luton South)

Question

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what the average working days lost was for civil servants who (a) have and (b) have not declared themselves as having a disability in his Department in (i) 2019 and (ii) 2020.

Answered by Johnny Mercer

The information is not held in the format requested and will therefore need verification before release. I will write to the hon. Member and place a copy of the letter in the Library of the House.


Written Question
Ministry of Defence: Lost Working Days
2 Mar 2021

Questioner: Rachel Hopkins (LAB - Luton South)

Question

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what the average working days lost was for civil servants (a) from BAME backgrounds and (b) recording themselves as White in his Department in (i) 2019 and (ii) 2020.

Answered by Johnny Mercer

The information is not held in the format requested and will therefore need verification before release. I will write to the hon. Member and place a copy of the letter in the Library of the House.


Written Question
Ministry of Defence: Lost Working Days
2 Mar 2021

Questioner: Rachel Hopkins (LAB - Luton South)

Question

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what the average working days lost was for (a) female and (b) male civil servants in his Department in (i) 2019 and (ii) 2020.

Answered by Johnny Mercer

The information is not held in the format requested and will therefore need verification before release. I will write to the hon. Member and place a copy of the letter in the Library of the House.


Written Question
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
7 Dec 2020

Questioner: Rachel Hopkins (LAB - Luton South)

Question

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what the employment status will be of UK-based staff working for the Commonwealth War Graves Commission in France and Belgium from 1 January 2021.

Answered by Johnny Mercer

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission is actively supporting those personnel who are working on UK-based contracts within the European Union (EU), to ensure that new arrangements are in place before the transition period from exiting the EU ends in 2021. Discussions are ongoing and the Commission is committed to ensuring that its personnel have a choice of remaining in the EU on appropriate local terms or returning to work in the UK. There are 30 UK personnel employed by the Commission who are permanently based in Belgium and France, as part of a wider workforce of around 550.


Written Question
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
7 Dec 2020

Questioner: Rachel Hopkins (LAB - Luton South)

Question

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what steps he is taking to ensure that UK-based staff working for the Commonwealth War Graves Commission overseas are not financially adversely affected as a result of the UK leaving the EU.

Answered by Johnny Mercer

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission is actively supporting those personnel who are working on UK-based contracts within the European Union (EU), to ensure that new arrangements are in place before the transition period from exiting the EU ends in 2021. Discussions are ongoing and the Commission is committed to ensuring that its personnel have a choice of remaining in the EU on appropriate local terms or returning to work in the UK. There are 30 UK personnel employed by the Commission who are permanently based in Belgium and France, as part of a wider workforce of around 550.


Written Question
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
7 Dec 2020

Questioner: Rachel Hopkins (LAB - Luton South)

Question

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, what estimate he has made of the proportion of UK based staff working for the Commonwealth War Graves Commission in France and Belgium that may experience reductions in their gross annual income from 1 January 2021.

Answered by Johnny Mercer

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission is actively supporting those personnel who are working on UK-based contracts within the European Union (EU), to ensure that new arrangements are in place before the transition period from exiting the EU ends in 2021. Discussions are ongoing and the Commission is committed to ensuring that its personnel have a choice of remaining in the EU on appropriate local terms or returning to work in the UK. There are 30 UK personnel employed by the Commission who are permanently based in Belgium and France, as part of a wider workforce of around 550.


Written Question
Ministry of Defence: Buildings
12 Jun 2020

Questioner: Rachel Hopkins (LAB - Luton South)

Question

To ask the Secretary of State for Defence, pursuant to the Answer on 15 May 2020 to Question 43779 on Civil Servants, at how many multi-hub locations employees of his Department work together with employees of another Department or agency in London managed by the Government Property Agency; what the addresses are of those locations; and what other Departments and agencies employ staff at those locations.

Answered by Jeremy Quin

I refer the hon. Member to the answer given to her on 11 June 2020 by the Minister of State at the Cabinet Office to Question 54314.