Part 4 - Cabinet procedure rules
Below are the Cabinet procedure rules.
- 1 - Membership of the Cabinet
- 2 - The role of the Cabinet
- 3 - Publication of proposed decisions and decisions taken
- 4 - Conflicts of interest
- 5 - Cabinet meetings
- 6 - Key decisions
- 7 - Cabinet agenda
- 8 - How are the Cabinet meetings conducted?
- 9 - Questions at cabinet meetings
- 10 - Business conducted at meetings of the Cabinet
- 11 - Consultation
- 12 - Cabinet liaison arrangements
- 13 - Appointment of Cabinet panels
- 14 - Other groups and Cabinet business
10.1 At each meeting of the Cabinet the following business will be conducted:
10.1.1 Receipt of the minutes of the last meeting if available;
10.1.2 Declarations of interest, if any
10.1.3 Matters referred to the Cabinet by a Scrutiny Committee for reconsideration by the Cabinet in accordance with the provisions contained in the Scrutiny Procedure Rules or the Policy Framework and Budget Procedure Rules set out in Part 4 of the Constitution;
10.1.4 Consideration of reports from the Scrutiny Committees (on matters requiring consideration);
10.1.5 Matters set out in the agenda for the meeting indicating which are key decisions and those which are not in accordance with the Access to Information Procedure Rules set out in Part 4 of the Constitution.
10.2 The Cabinet may require any Member of the Cabinet or a Director to report to the Cabinet on any executive matter which the Cabinet specifies.