Dear Cabinet Office,

The Daily Telegraph reports http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/qi/93... that HM Government makes itself responsible for feeding 100,000 cats to keep down mice on government property.

Is this the result of a centrally co-ordinated policy?
How much does HM Government spend per year on cat food?
Have any value for money assesments been conducted?
Are any records kept of the mice fatality rate on government property?

Yours faithfully,

Daniel Jones, Esq

FOI Team - Cabinet Office [Restricted],

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FOI Team - Cabinet Office [Restricted],

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Dear Mr Jones

 

Please see attached the reply to your request.

 

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