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Here you can browse publications of the Welsh Affairs Select Committee arranged with the most recently published item at the top. Publications of the Welsh Affairs Committee in Session 2002-2003 will appear on these pages as they are published.

 
Session 2002-2003

Reports
Uncorrected Evidence
Oral Evidence

 
*28 July 2004 HC 1326ISBN 0 21 501902 4£7.00
Minutes of Proceedings
 
Uncorrected Evidence
 
* 10th October 2003 HC 433-viiiUncorrected Evidence presented by Margaret Hodge MP and Ms Althea Efunshile, on 17th September 2003
Empowering Children and Young People in Wales
 
* 23rd September 2003 HC 1100-iUncorrected Evidence presented by Mr Calvin Jones and Dr Jane Bryan, on 16th September 2003
Manufacturing and Trade in Wales
 
* 14 May 2003 HC 433-viiUncorrected Evidence presented by Ms Althea Efunshile, Director, The Children and Young People's Unit, Mrs Anne Weinstock, Chief Executive, Connexions and Jo Grant, Young Persons Co-ordinator, West of England Partnership, Connexions,
on 7 May 2003

Empowering Children and Young People in Wales
 
* 11 April 2003 HC 433-viUncorrected Evidence presented by Charlotte Ali, Darren Richards, Jodie Grant, Carwyn James Humphreys, Dominic Edgell, Michael O'Callaghan, Ceinwen Howell and Sophie Palmer, Funky Dragon, Professor Gill Jones, Professor of Sociology, Keele University and Dr Roger Scully, Lecturer in International Politics, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, Ms Deborah Littman, National Officer, Bargain and Support Unit, Unison
on 9 April 2003

Empowering Children and Young People in Wales
 
* 7 April 2003 HC 433-vUncorrected Evidence presented by Ms Jane Huttam, Minister for Health and Social Services, Children and Youth Justice, Mr David Middleton, Children and Families Division, Mr David A'Herne, Crime Reduction Director for Wales, and Mr Richard Parry, Community Safety Unit, Welsh Assembly Government, Mr Peter Clarke, Children's Commissioner for Wales, and Dr Kevin Fitzpatrick, Disability Rights Commissioner, Dr Howard Williamson, School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University, Mr Mike Lewis, Policy Director, Children in Wales, Mr Gwyndaf Hughes, NACAB Cymru, Ms Sara Reid, Children's Commissioner for Wales Office, Ms Jayne Isaac, Public Policy Office, NCH Cymru, and Ms Sian Thomas, Assistant Programme Director, Save the Children,
on 31 March 2003

Empowering Children and Young People in Wales
 
* 3 April 2003 HC 433-ivUncorrected Evidence presented by Ms Deborah Jones, Chief Executive, Mrs Carol Floris, Advice and Support Manager, Mr Eugene Rourke, Development and Volunteer Coordinator, Mr Matthew Taylor, Member and Young Person, and Ms Kerryn Edmunds, Member and Young Person, Voices from Care (Cymru), Ms Frances Crook, Director, and Ms Lorraine Atkinson, Project Manager, The Howard League for Penal Reform, Mr Mark Perfect, Chief Executive, and Ms Susan Williams, Manager for Wales, Youth Justice Board for England and Wales, Mr Keith Towler, Director of Crime Reduction, Nacros Cymru, on 26 March 2003
Enpowering Children and Young People in Wales
 
* 26 March 2003 HC 433-iiiUncorrected Evidence presented by Mr Alex Folkes, Press and Campaigns Manager, Electoral Reform Society, Mr Sam Younger, Chairman, The Electoral Commission, Mr Glyn Mathias, Commissioner, The Electoral Commission and Mrs Kay Jenkins, Head of Cardiff Office, The Electoral Commission, on 19 March 2003
Enpowering Children and Young People in Wales
 
* 12 March 2003 HC 433-iiUncorrected Evidence presented by Ms Christine Walby, Chair, and Mr Mike Lewis, Policy Director, Children in Wales, Mr Richard Powell, Programme Director, and Ms Eleri Thomas, Assistant Programme Director, Save the Children (Wales), Mr John Rose, Assistant Chief Executive, and Mr Courtney Taylor, Training Manager, Wales Youth Agency, Mr Richard Parry, Director of Education, City and Country of Swansea Council, Mr Elfyn Wyn Jones, Strategic Planning Officer, Managing Directors Department, Isle of Anglessey County Council, Ms Maggie Dawson, Coordinator of Lifelong Learning, Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council, Mr Dewi Jones, Group Director, Education and Children's Services, Rhonda Cynon Taf County Borough Council, Mr John Killick, Social Inclusion Manager, Torfaen County Borough Council, Ms Wendy Nicholson, Head of Services, Young People's Unit, Wrexham County Borough Council, and Mrs Lynda Bransbury, Head of Social Affairs, Welsh Local Government Association, on 3 March 2003
Enpowering Children and Young People in Wales
 
* 17 February 2003 HC 433-iUncorrected Evidence presented by the Ms Meryl Gravell, Leader, Carmarthenshire County Council, and Ms Lowri Davies, Ms Iona Evans, Mr Aled Jones, Ms Rhiannon Marks, Ms Carys Morgan, Ms Clare Nicholls, Mr Hywel Richards, Mr Joe Thurgate, Students from Pantycelyn School, Ms Jane Stacy, Director, Mr Andy James, Assistant Director, Barnardo's Cymru, Ms Veronica Wilson, Chief Executive, Mr Danny Jacob, Mr James Phillips, Manager, Streets Youth Project (Ammanford), Council for Wales of Voluntary Youth Services, and Ms Chrissy Rolfe, Children's Services Manager, NSPCC Cymru/Wales, on 10 February 2003
Enpowering Children and Young People in Wales
 
* 16 December 2002 HC 79-iUncorrected Evidence presented by the Rt Hon Peter Hain MP, Secretary of State for Wales, Alison Jackson, Head of Department, and Cedric Longville, Legal Adviser, Wales Office; Rt Hon Rhodri Morgan AM, First Minister, Welsh Assembly Government, on 18 November 2002
 
Oral Evidence
 
* 20 November 2003 HC 916 ISBN 0 21 501394 8£8.50
Minutes of Evidence and Written Evidence for Tuesday 1 July 2003
Changes in Customs and Excise Operations in Wales
* 20 November 2002 HC 883 ISBN 0 21 501395 6£7.00
Minutes of Evidence for Wednesday 25 June 2003
The Wales Office Departmental Report 2003

Reports
    Third Special Report The Government Response to the Fourth Report of the Committee: The Primary Legislative Process as it affects Wales
* 17 July 2003 Report   HC 989 ISBN 0 21 501203 8   £3.00
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    Fifth Report Draft Public Audit (Wales) Bill
* 10 July 2003 Report, together with formal minutes, oral and written evidence   HC 763 ISBN 0 21 501170 8   £13.00
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    Second Special Report Transport in Wales: Response of the Government to the Second Report of the Committee of Session 2002-03
* 2 April 2003 Report   HC 580 ISBN 0 21 500919 3   £4.00
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    Fourth Report The Primary Legislative Process as it affects Wales
* 27 March 2003 Report   HC 79 ISBN 0 21 500898 7   £14.50
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    First Special Report Broadband in Wales: Response of the Government to the First Report of the Committee of Session 2002-03
* 13 February 2003 Report   HC 413 ISBN 0 21 500822 7   £4.00
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    Third Report Work of the Committee in 2002
* 6 February 2003 Report   HC263 ISBN 0 21 500803 0   £4.00
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    Second Report Transport in Wales
* 13 January 2003 Report   HC205-I ISBN 0 21 500729 8   £9.00
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* 13 January 2003 Minutes of Evidence and Appendices   HC205-II ISBN 0 21 500723 9   £23.50
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    First Report Broadband in Wales
* 26 November 2002 Report   HC 95 ISBN 0 21 500641 0   £18.50
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Session 2001-02
 
 
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