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Investigation into government-funded inquiries

The government has spent more than £200 million on inquiries completed since 2005, but it is not always clear to taxpayers what action government has taken in response to recommendations and whether...

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Supreme Court annual report and accounts 2017-18

The Comptroller and Auditor General has qualified his regularity opinion on the Supreme Court’s financial statements because of a £665,000 unauthorised breach of one of its Parliamentary spending limits.

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NAO Diversity and Inclusion Strategy 2018-21

The strategy is made up of two pillars; building a diverse talent pipeline and creating an inclusive work environment. Our focus for pillar one is on improving diversity in our trainee and Analyst...

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Financial sustainability of police forces in England and Wales 2018

The Home Office’s decision to take a light touch approach to overseeing police forces means it does not know if the police system is financially sustainable. It needs a clearer national picture of what...

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Departmental Overview: Ministry of Justice 2017-18

The NAO is publishing a suite of Departmental Overviews, one for each government department and a selection of cross-government issues, to assist House of Commons Select Committees and Members of...

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Handling of the Windrush situation

The Home Office did not deliberately deny the Windrush generation of their legal rights to be in the UK, but it failed to protect their needs when it designed and implemented its immigration policies....

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National Audit Office Strategy: Our strategy 2019-20 to 2021-22

We help Parliament hold government to account for spending public money and, in so doing, drive improvements in public services. To achieve this, we provide system wide, integrated and independent...

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Transforming Rehabilitation: Progress review

Reforms to probation services have failed to meet the Ministry of Justice’s targets to reduce reoffending and cancelling contracts with probation providers early comes at an additional cost to the...

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Tackling serious and organised crime

Serious and organised crime is evolving at a rapid rate. The government recognises the seriousness of this challenge and is responding, but there are still significant and avoidable shortcomings to...

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Transforming courts and tribunals: a progress update

HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS) has made progress, but is behind schedule with its ambitious plan to reform the justice system to make it simpler and cheaper to run. It faces a significant...

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