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What information can I access under the Freedom of Information Act?

The Cabinet Office’s Publication Scheme sets out what information the Department is committed to making available, and explains how you can access it.

Who are the members of the Cabinet?

The Propriety and Ethics section gives a full list of Cabinet ministers as well as ministers by department and government whips.

How can I nominate someone for an honour?

The Ceremonial Secretariat advises on UK Honours. To find out about the different types of honour and read full details of the nominations process, including how to make a nomination, see the Ceremonial Secretariat section.

How can I find out more about The Prime Minister's office?

The 10 Downing Street website has information about the Prime Minister and his work, the Government, current news and the history of the UK government.

How can I get a job in the Cabinet Office?

All Civil Service vacancies are handled centrally through the Civil Service Recruitment Gateway. The Recruitment Gateway allows you to search for vacancies in all government departments, and gives details of how to apply.

How can I contact the Cabinet Office?

The Cabinet office is made up of individual units which deal with different areas of work. The Contacts section gives details of how to contact each one, as well as contact details for general enquiries.

How can I make a complaint to the Cabinet Office?

See the Cabinet Office complaints procedure for details of how to make a complaint.