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The Committee is reviewing the restrictions on the number of questions which may be e-tabled by an individual Member in one day which were introduced by the House on 16 April 2012, when it agreed to the recommendations in the Committee’s Eighth Report of 2010–12
The inquiry was announced on 19 November 2012.
The House of Commons Procedure Committee will publish its Third Report, E-tabling of Written Questions, on Tuesday 18 December 2012
The Procedure Committee will hold an oral evidence session in connection with e-tabling of written questions on Wednesday 21 November 2012.
Report, together with formal minutes, oral and written evidence