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Weekly Information Bulletin: 12th February 2011

House of Lords Committees: Forthcoming Public Meetings
14 – 18 February 2011

Further enquiries about Lords Committees can be made to the Lords Committee Office: 020 7219 2940

Monday 14 February


Tuesday 15 February

HIV and AIDS in the United Kingdom
Witnesses: (at 10.15 am) Professor Mike Kelly, Director, Centre for Public Health Excellence, NICE; and (at 11.15am) John Nawrockyi, Director of Adults and Older People's Services, London Borough of Greenwich and Joint Chair of the ADASS Physical Disabilities, HIV and Sensory Impairment Network; Paul Elfick, Senior Specialist Social Worker, Adults and Family Wellbeing, Buckinghamshire County Council; and Andrew Pearmain, HIV Consultant Practitioner, Essex County Council, Association of Directors of Adult Social Services (ADASS).


Joint Committee on Human Rights
Subject: The Human Rights Implications of UK Extradition Policy
Witnesses: (at 2.15pm) The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) and (at 3.00pm) David Bermingham.


Science and Technology: Sub-Committee I
Subject: Behaviour Change
Witnesses: (at 3.45pm) Mr Oliver Letwin MP, Secretary of State, Cabinet Office; Ms Anne Milton MP, Under Secretary of State, Department of Health; and Mr Norman Baker MP, Under Secretary of State, Department for Transport.


Wednesday 16 February

Agriculture, Fisheries and Environment (EU Sub-Committee D)
Subject: Innovation in EU Agriculture
Witnesses: (at 10:45am) Professor Peter Lillford, Visiting Professor, Department of Biology, University of York; and (at 11.30am) Mr Tim Smith, Chief Executive, Food Standards Agency; Mr David Evans, Head of Agriculture, and Mr Martyn Jones, Corporate Services Director, Morrisons; and Ms Sue Davies, Chief Policy Adviser, Which?


Witnesses: (at 10.45am) Lord Jay of Ewelme, Chairman, House of Lords Appointments Commission. This is an annual meeting.


Home Affairs (EU Sub-Committee F)
Subject: The EU Internal Security Strategy
Witnesses: (at 10.45am) Sir Richard Mottram.


Thursday 17 February

The House will be in recess

Friday 18 February

The House will be in recess

Select committees marked with * will be taken by BBC Parliament