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Economic Affairs - Written Evidence [Back to Report]

Here you can browse the Written Evidence which were ordered by the House of Lords to be printed 17 May 2006.


CONTENTS

Letter from Mr David Weir, Director, Industry Projects, Association of Train Operating Companies

Memorandum by Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC)

Memorandum by Birmingham City Council

Memorandum by the Confederation of British Industry

Memorandum by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport

Memorandum by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs

Memorandum by the Department for Education and Skills

Memorandum by the Department for Transport

Memorandum by the Foods Standards Agency

Memorandum by Mr Charles P Hancock, Loughborough University

Memorandum by the Home Office

Memorandum by Imperial Tobacco Group PLC

Memorandum by the International Risk Governance Council

Memorandum by Living Streets

Memorandum by the Local Government Authority

Memorandum by Professor Ragnar Lofstedt and Dr Robyn Fairman, King's Centre for Risk Management

Memorandum by Dr Ute Navidi, Director, London Pay

Memorandum by Professor John Maule, Leeds University Business School

Letter from Mr John Hickey, Chief Executive, Medical Protection Society

Evidence submitted by Medical Protection Society (MPS

Memorandum by the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE))

Memorandum by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister

Memorandum by the Parliamentary Advisory Council for Transport Safety (PACTS)

Memorandum by Mr D R Robin Sutcliffe, Chairman, Play Safety Forum

Memorandum by Mr Tim Toulmin, Director, Press Complaints Commission

Letter from Mr Keith Davis, Director of Engineering Affairs, Royal Academy of Engineering

Memorandum by the Royal Academy of Engineering

Memorandum by Professor Peter Taylor-Goodby, University of Kent

Memorandum by the Tobacco Manufacturers' Association

Memorandum by Mr Rob Wheway, Director of Wheway Consultancy



 
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