Liaison Committee questions the Prime Minister

03 July 2012

The Liaison Committee takes evidence from the Prime Minister David Cameron at 4pm on Tuesday 3 July, continuing the Committee's regular questioning of the Prime Minister.


At 4.00pm on Tuesday 3 July, in the Wilson Room, Portcullis House

  • Rt Hon David Cameron MP, Prime Minister


On this occasion the questioning will focus on two themes as follows:

  1. The impact of the Eurozone crisis on the UK economy and public policy
  2. Civil service reform 

The evidence session is expected to last for up to one and a half hours.

The Liaison Committee is made up of the Chairs of House of Commons Select Committees.

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