Establishing an independent Inspector-General of Defence - Cabinet Documents
This publication provides documents on Cabinet’s November 2021 decision on the proposals to establish the independent Inspector-General of Defence.
ERS-21-SUB-0035 and ERS-21-MIN-0035
The pack comprises:
the Cabinet minute of decision: Progress Update on the Establishment of an Independent Inspector-General of Defence [ERS-21-MIN-0035]
the Cabinet paper: Progress Update on the Establishment of an Independent Inspector-General of Defence [ERS-21-MIN-0035].
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