Remuneration

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Dear Judicial Appointments Commission,

Further to the correspondence published here: http://www.parliament.uk/documents/commo... my questions are related to the remuneration for the post of chair.

What is the daily rate paid to the JAC chair currently in post? What has been the daily rate paid to chairs in each of the last five years?

If the current rate is higher than £400 per day, what was exceptional (this word is used in the correspondence) about Lord Kakkar that required a higher rate?

Yours faithfully,

John Hyde

Alebiosu, Babatunde,

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Dear Mr Hyde,

 

Following your FOI request in relation to the above, please find attached
an acknowledgement letter.  I will be your FOI contact person henceforth. 
 

 

Many thanks

 

 

Tunde Alebiosu
Ministry of Justice
Public Appointments Team
ALB Governance Division
Tel: 0203 545 8786

 

 

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Dear Mr Hyde

Thank you for your email of 31 October 2016 containing your Freedom of Information request. Please accept my apologies for the delay in acknowledging your request.

The JAC has a statutory duty under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 to provide a response to Freedom of Information requests within 20 working days. You should therefore receive a full response by 25 November 2016.

In the meantime, please do not hesitate to contact me if you require any further assistance.

Kind regards,

Ian Thomson
Assistant Director HR/Business Services/Complaints
Judicial Appointments Commission
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Dear FOIA,

This request has been delayed by some considerable time now. Could you please either explain the reasons for the delay or respond to the original request.

Yours sincerely,

John Hyde

Dear Mr Hyde

Morning and thank you for your further e-mail concerning your recent Freedom of Information request. Please accept my sincere apologies for not responding to you earlier.

I should explain that when we received your initial request, while the matter relates to the Chair of the Judicial Appointments Commission, such appointments are made by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ). The MoJ is also responsible for agreeing terms and conditions of employment. I therefore forwarded your request to them, and I am afraid naturally assumed that they would reply to you direct.

I have now contacted the MoJ further following your e-mail, I have been advised that you request is still being progressed and that it is likely that a response will be given in the New Year. My understanding is that the reply is currently with the Lord Chancellor (who makes the appointment) awaiting clearance.

I do of course apologise that I did not follow this up with the MoJ, but have learnt from this exercise. I will keep the matter under review and let you know how it is progressing in January.

regards

Ian Thomson
Assistant Director HR/Business Services/Complaints
Judicial Appointments Commission
1st Floor , 102 Petty France, London, SW1H 9AJ | Tel 020 3334 5899 [mobile number]

jac.judiciary.gov.uk  | LinkedIn | Twitter |

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Dear FOIA,

Thank you for the explanation and for your frankness. I look forward to receiving a reply to the original question soon, seeing as we are well into the New Year.

Yours sincerely,

John Hyde

Mr Hyde

Morning and thanks for your further e-mail.

I have contacted colleagues in the Ministry of Justice, who advise that the matter is still under consideration.

The contact name that I have in the MoJ is

Tunde Alebiosu
Ministry of Justice
Public Appointments Team
ALB Governance Division
Tel: 0203 545 8786
[email address]

I will of course keep following this issues up. I am sorry I cannot be more helpful at this stage.

Regards

Ian Thomson
Assistant Director HR/Business Services/Complaints
Judicial Appointments Commission
1st Floor , 102 Petty France, London, SW1H 9AJ | Tel 020 3334 5899 [mobile number]

jac.judiciary.gov.uk  | LinkedIn | Twitter |

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Alebiosu, Babatunde,

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Dear Mr Hyde,

Further to your FOI request of late last year regarding the JAC Chair
remuneration, please find attached a response.  I am so sorry for the
delay in responding.

 

Thanks

 

 

Tunde Alebiosu
Ministry of Justice
Public Appointments Team
ALB Governance Division
Tel: 0203 545 8786

 

 

 

From: Alebiosu, Babatunde
Sent: 04 November 2016 15:11
To: [FOI #368289 email]
Subject: FOI - JAC CHAIR REMUNERATION

 

Dear Mr Hyde,

 

Following your FOI request in relation to the above, please find attached
an acknowledgement letter.  I will be your FOI contact person henceforth. 
 

 

Many thanks

 

 

Tunde Alebiosu
Ministry of Justice
Public Appointments Team
ALB Governance Division
Tel: 0203 545 8786

 

 

This e-mail (and any attachment) is intended only for the attention of
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is not permitted. If you are not the intended recipient, please destroy
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could be intercepted and read by someone else. Please bear that in
mind when deciding whether to send material in response to this message
by e-mail.

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