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The Health Committee will be holding an evidence session on Tuesday 16 January to consider the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on processing information requests from the Home Office to NHS Digital for tracing immigration offenders.
The Committee’s predecessor considered the MoU early in 2017, and shortly before the general election published several exchanges of correspondence ( PDF 4.99 MB) on the matter between the Chair and the Minister for Public Health, the Chair of NHS Digital, the Chief Executive of Public Health England, the Chief Executive of the General Medical Council and the National Data Guardian.
The Committee will be considering the matters raised in that correspondence, in the light of the publication in November 2017 of the report of NHS Digital’s National Back Office (NBO) tracing service review.
There are currently no public meetings scheduled.
Health Committee considers data-sharing between the NHS and the Home Office