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Evidence taken on practical implications of fixed-term Parliaments

20 June 2013

As part of its inquiry into the role and powers of the Prime Minister, the Political and Constitutional Reform Committee is to take oral evidence on the practical implications of a fixed parliamentary term and the impact of the shift to fixed-term Parliaments on departmental planning.

Witnesses

Thursday 20 June 2013, Wilson Room, Portcullis House.

At 10am:

  • Rt Hon Peter Riddell CBE, Director, Institute for Government

At 10.45am (approx):

  • Miss Chloe Smith MP, Minister for Political and Constitutional Reform, Cabinet Office

Further information

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