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Here you can browse the Minutes of Evidence which were ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 26 April 2006.


MONDAY 27 FEBRUARY 2006

Members present:

Mr Terry Rooney, in the Chair


Miss Anne BeggJustine Greening
Harry CohenMrs Joan Humble
Mr Philip DunneGreg Mulholland
Natascha EngelJohn Penrose
Michael Jabez FosterJenny Willott






CONTENTS

Memorandum submitted by Disability Alliance

Memorandum submitted by Age Concern

Supplementary memorandum submitted by Age Concern after the publication of the Welfare Reform Green Paper

Memorandum submitted by Royal National Institute of the Blind (RNIB)

Supplementary memorandum submitted by RNIB after the publication of the Welfare Reform Green Paper

Memorandum submitted by RNID

Supplementary memorandum submitted by RNID after the publication of the Welfare Reform Green Paper

Supplementary note from RNID after their evidence session



Examination of Witnesses

Witnesses: Ms Lorna Reith, Chief Executive, Disability Alliance; Mr Andrew Harrop, Policy Manager, Age Concern; Ms Philippa Simkiss, Head of Employment and Lifelong Learning, RNIB; and Dr Mark Baker, Head of Social Research and Policy, RNID, gave evidence.

Question Number

148 - 159

160 - 179

180 - 199



Memorandum submitted by Mind

Supplementary memorandum submitted by Mind after the publication of the Welfare Reform Green Paper

Memorandum submitted by Rethink

APPENDIX 1

Supplementary memorandum submitted to Rethink after the publication of the Welfare Reform Green Paper

Supplementary note submitted by Rethink after the evidence session

Memorandum submitted by The Royal College of Psychiatrists

Supplementary memorandum submitted by The Royal College of Psychiatrists

Supplementary note submitted jointly by Mind, Rethink and The Royal College of Psychiatrists after their evidence session



Examination of Witnesses

Witnesses: Ms Natasha Peter, IB Claimant, and Ms Sue Christoforou, Policy Officer, Mind; Mr Cliff Prior, Chief Executive, and Mr Shaun Hallam, Area Service Manager, Rethink; and Dr Jed Boardman, Royal College of Psychiatrists, gave evidence.

Question Number

200 - 219

220 - 238


 
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