Payments to White and Case and Sir Edward Crewe
23256 We have a received a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 for the following: • Payments to White and Case and the date…
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We have a received a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 for the following:
• Payments to White and Case and the date this left the Home Office account
• Payments to Sir Edward Crewe and the date this left the Home Office account
• Details on payments to Sir Edward Crewe and the date these payments were made
We released the following information on 24 July 2012.
Neither White & Case nor Mr Winsor has received any remuneration in respect of Mr Winsor’s work on the review.
The terms and conditions of Mr Winsor’s appointment provided for £300 per day to be paid to him in remuneration for his work on the review. However, the Home Office has received no request for payment from Mr Winsor. We understand that he does not intend to claim this money.
Mr Winsor has submitted expense claims that amount to £3,910.19, incurred during the production of his report, although these have yet to be paid.
Sir Edward Crewe provided advice and research support to Tom Winsor during the course of the review. Sir Edward Crewe was paid £23,493.45, which was paid on several dates. The table attached shows the amounts and the dates that those amounts were paid. The date paid column shows the date that these funds left Home Office accounts as requested.
Published: 24 July 2012
From: Home Office