Select Committee on Treasury Sixth Report


LIST OF WITNESSES

(See Volume II)

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THURSDAY 12 DECEMBER 2002

Mr Anatole Kalestsky, The Times, Mr William Keegen, The Observer, Mr Hamish McRae, The Independent and Mr Andreas Whittam­Smith, The Independent  1

  TUESDAY 14 JANUARY 2003

Mr Philip Stephens, Financial Times, Dr Diane Coyle, Managing Director,

Enlightenment Economics, and Mr Peter Riddell, The Times  17

  THURSDAY 16 JANUARY 2003

Mr Mike Rake, KPMG, Sir Martin Jacomb, Delta plc & Share plc  33

  THURSDAY 23 JANUARY 2003

Mr John Monks, General Secretary, Mr David Coats, Head, Economic and

Social Affairs, Mr Tom Jenkins, Head, International Department, and Mr

Ian Brinkley, Senior Economist, Trades Union Congress  56

Mr George Eustice, Campaign Director, Ms Janet Bush, Campaign Director,

the No Campaign  125

  TUESDAY 28 JANUARY 2003

Professor David Begg, University of London, Mr Roger Bootle, Capital

Economics, Mr Geoffrey Dicks, Royal Bank of Scotland, Mr Martin

Weale, National Institute of Economic and Social Research  137

  THURSDAY 30 JANUARY 2003

Mr Paul Barron CBE, President, Alstom UK, Miss Ruth Lea, Head of Policy,

Institute of Directors, Mr Martin Taylor, and Mr Alan Wood, Chief Executive,

Siemens UK  158

  TUESDAY 4 FEBRUARY 2003

Mr Bill Morris, General Secretary, Transport and General Workers' Union  183

  THURSDAY 6 FEBRUARY 2003

Mr Klaus Regling, Director General, Economic and Financial Affairs,

European Commission  190

Professor Francesco Giavazzi, Professor of Economics, Bocconi University of

Milan, and Professor Patrick Minford, Cardiff Business School, Cardiff University  215

  MONDAY 10 FEBRUARY 2003

  [Morning sitting]

Professor V Anton Muscatelli, University of Glasgow  229

Professor Rod Cross, University of Strathclyde  234

Mr John Park, Media and Campaigns Officer, and Mr Bernie Hamilton,

Regional Officer, Amicus­AEEU; and Mr Jimmy Farrelly, Senior Industrial

Organiser, Transport and General Workers Union  241

[Afternoon sitting]

Mr Ray Perman, Scottish Financial Enterprise  252

Dr Catherine P Smith­Mason  262

TUESDAY 11 FEBRUARY 2003

Professor Michael Moore, Queen's University of Belfast  267

Dr Esmond Birnie, Professor Alistair Fee and Mr Brendan Kearney,

the Northern Ireland No­Campaign  273

Mr Niall Fitzduff, Director, The Rural Community Network, and

Ms Janice Gault, Chief Executive, Northern Ireland Hotels Federation  279

Mr Ian Morrow, Deputy Chief Executive, Northern Ireland Chamber of

Commerce and Industry, Ms Angela McGowan, Senior Economist, and

Mr Michael Brennan, Acting Director, Northern Ireland Economic Council  282

THURSDAY 27 FEBRUARY 2003

Rt Hon Gordon Brown MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr Jon Cunliffe,

Managing Director, Macroeconomic Policy and International Finance, Mr Dave

Ramsden, Head of EMU Policy, and Mr Ed Balls, Chief Economic Adviser,

HM Treasury  290

TUESDAY 4 MARCH 2003

Rt Hon Sir Edward George, Governor, Mr Bill Allen, Director for Europe,

and Mr Paul Richards, Special Adviser, Europe, Bank of England  309

TUESDAY 11 MARCH

Professor Bob Worcester, Chairman, MORI, Mr Nick Sparrow, ICM Research,

Mr Peter Kellner, YouGov  346

Mr Trevor Kavanagh, Political Editor, The Sun  354

TUESDAY 18 MARCH 2003

Mr Sam Younger, Chairman, Mr Roger Creedon, Chief Executive,

The Electoral Commission  364

Mr Mark Damazer, Deputy Head of News and Ms Anne Sloman,

Chief Political Adviser, BBC  371


 
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