Created: 10 May 2012
During a statement on the decision not to release the interim risk register for the Health and Social Care Bill, Bob commented that having been involved in the production of risk registers for many years, he knows that they are pertinent to the point in time at which they are produced and require free thinking by those who put them together. There must then be a mitigation strategy to prevent the risks from ever happening. Bob asked the Secretary of State for Health what he thought would happen to the policy advisers who put together risk registers for Ministers if these highly sensitive documents were put in the public domain.
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