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Here you can browse the Minutes of Evidence which were ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 6 March 2001.


WEDNESDAY 1 NOVEMBER 2000


Members present:


Mr Martin O'Neill, in the Chair
Mr Tony BaldryMr Bob Laxton
Mr John ButterfillMr Alasdair Morgan
Mr Christopher ChopeHelen Southworth
Mr Jim Cunningham






CONTENTS

Memorandum submitted by the Road Haulage Association (RHA)



Examination of Witnesses

MR R KING, Chief Executive, MRS K LEEMING, Policy Adviser, Road Haulage Association and PROFESSOR D MCWILLIAMS, Centre for Economics and Business Research Ltd (CEBR), Road Haulage Association Ltd, examined.

Question Number

136 - 139

140 - 159

160 - 179

180 - 194



Supplementary memorandum submitted by The Road Haulage Association Ltd

Further supplementary memorandum submitted by The Road Haulage Association Ltd

Memorandum submitted by the Petrol Retailers Association (PRA)

Annex 1

Annex 2

Annex 3

Annex 4

Annex 5

Annex 6

Annex 7

Annex 8

Annex 9



Examination of Witnesses

MR R HOLLOWAY, Director, MR P BARLOW, Petrol Retailers Association, MR N BROCKLEHURST, Petrol Retailer, MR G JENKINS, Oil Industry Analyst, examined.

Question Number

195 - 199

200 - 219

220 - 238



Memorandum submitted by the Freight Transport Assocation (FTA) and the National Farmers Union (NFU)



Examination of Witnesses

MR J HOOKHAM, Executive Director, Policy and MR G DOSSETTER, Head of External Affairs, Freight Transport Association, examined.

Question Number

239 - 259

260 - 279

280 - 285



Supplementary memorandum submitted by The Freight Transport Association

Further supplementary memorandum submitted by the Freight Transport Association



Examination of witnesses

MR D HANLEY, Chairman, Farmers for Action and People's Fuel Lobby, MR P ASHLEY, Timber Treatment Firm and Farmer, MR J PRATT, Hill Farmer, Farmers for Action, examined.

Question Number

286 - 299

300 - 319

320 - 332


 
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