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Committee hold a one-off evidence session on the 2018 World Cup Bid on Tuesday 10 May, hearing from Lord Triesman and the strategist behind the winning 2022 Qatar bid.
Tuesday 10 May, Committee Room 15, Palace of Westminster
Press are welcome to attend evidence sessions. However, Committee rooms are subject to change and seats cannot be reserved in advance. It is advisable to allow at least 15 minutes to pass through security checks.
Written evidence submitted by The Sunday Times (PDF) ( PDF 266 KB) in advance of the evidence session.
Letter from The Premier League (PDF 81 KB)
Letter from Joseph S. Blatter, President of FIFA (PDF 40 KB)
Statement from The Qatar 2022 Bid Committee (PDF 147 KB)
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