The Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration (known as the Parliamentary Ombudsman) is appointed by letters patent and is removable only on an address from the two Houses of Parliament1. His function is to investigate complaints referred to him by members of the House of Commons from members of the public about alleged maladministration causing injustice in connection with actions taken by or on behalf of government departments or specific non-departmental public bodies
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