The Comptroller and Auditor General is appointed by letters patent1 to head the National Audit Office (formerly the Exchequer and Audit Department)2. He assists the House of Commons by controlling the issue of money granted by Parliament from the Exchequer on the demand of the Treasury and by auditing the accounts of government departments and a wide range of public sector bodies
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