PracticePeople In PracticeMinisters steam ahead on resource accounting despite opposition

Ministers steam ahead on resource accounting despite opposition

The government have acted to speed their Resources and Accounts Bill into law.

A technical motion requiring the committee debating details of the legislation to get straight down to business this week has been rubber stamped in the Commons.

It demonstrated the government’s determination to deal with criticisms of detailed proposals from senior politicians, including the Public Accounts Committee.

Resource and Accounts Bill will miss large sections of the public sector

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