Weekly Information Bulletin: 26th January 2008
House of Lords Committees:
Forthcoming Public Meetings
Enquiries about Lords Committees may be put to the Lords Committee Office 020 7219 2940
(Subject Matters are in brackets)
Monday 28 January
Joint Committee on Human Rights (a) 4.15pm (b) 5.00pm
Evidence will be heard from (a) Chris Sidoti, Chair, Bill of Rights Forum (Northern Ireland); and Professor Brice Dickson, Queen's University Belfast; and from (b) Professor Graham Smith, University of Southampton.
(British Bill of Rights)
Tuesday 29 January
European Union Sub-Committee A 10.40am
Evidence will be heard from John Bachtler, Strathclyde University.
(Future of European Structural Funds)
Science and Technology Sub-Committee I 11.10am
Evidence will be heard from Dr Kirstie McIntyre, Head of Takeback Compliance, HP and a Member of the Electronic Producers Environmental Policy Forum (EPEPF) and the Associate Parliamentary Sustainable Resource Group (APSRG); Mr Andrew Clack, Panasonic; Professor Ab Stevels, Philips; and Peter Evans, Senior Manager, Environment, Sony UK Ltd.
European Union Committee 4.15pm
Evidence will be heard from the Slovenian Ambassador on the priorities of the Slovenian Presidency.
Wednesday 30 January
Communications Committee (a) 10.15am (b) 11.15am
Evidence will be heard from (a) Sir Christopher Meyer KCMG, Chairman, Press Complaints Commission; and from (b)
Mr Alastair Campbell
(Media Ownership and the News)
Constitution Committee 10.45am
Evidence will be heard from Professor Peter Hutton, Chairman, National DNA Database Ethics Group; Professor Graeme Laurie, University of Edinburgh; and Dr Helen Wallace, Director, Genewatch UK.
(Surveillance and Data Collection)