Weekly Information Bulletin: 20th June 2009
House of Lords Committees:
Forthcoming Public Meetings
22 - 26 June 2009
Further enquiries about Lords Committees can be made to the Lords Committee Office: 020 7219 2940
Monday 22 June
|EU Sub-Committee B: Internal Market |
Witnesses: Department for Transport officials on Galileo.
Tuesday 23 June
Wednesday 24 June
Subject: The British Film and Television Industries.
Witnesses: Ms Dinah Caine OBE, CEO, and Ms Kate O' Connor, Executive Director, Policy and Development, Skillset; plus further witnesses tbc; a representative of the National Film and Television School; Mr Terry Ilott, Director, Film Business Academy; Mr Dominic Davenport, CEO, Escape Studios; and Ms Sharon Goode, Director, Film and Television Freelance Training (FT2).|
Subject: Cabinet Office and the Centre of Government
Witnesses: Lord Butler of Brockwell, former Cabinet Secretary (1988-98), Lord Wilson of Dinton, former Cabinet Secretary (1998-2002) and Lord Armstrong of Ilminster, former Cabinet Secretary (1979-87).
|EU Sub-Committee D: Environment and Agriculture|
Subject: The Revision of the EU Directive on the Protection of Animals used for Scientific Purposes
Witnesses: Representatives of Academic and Funding Bodies
|Joint Committee on Human Rights |
Subject: Equality Bill
Witnesses: Vera Baird MP, Solicitor General, and Maria Eagle MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, GEO.
|EU Sub-Committee E: Law and Institutions|
Subject: Recognition and enforcement of judgments in civil and commercial matters
Witnesses: Lord Bach, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Ministry of Justice.
Thursday 25 June
|Joint Committee on the Draft Bribery Bill
Subject: Draft Bribery Bill
Witnesses: Baroness Scotland, Attorney General, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.|
|EU Sub-Committee C: Foreign Affairs, Defence and Development Policy |
Subject: EU and China
Witnesses: Dr Bates Gill, Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.
Friday 26 June
Select committees marked with * will be taken by BBC Parliament