COMMONS

Government Information and Communication

Session 2006-07

Minutes of Evidence taken before the Committee:

Review of Government Communications, Thursday 23 November 2006, HC 92-i, Corrected transcript    
Witnesses: Mr Howell James CBE, Permanent Secretary, Government Communication, Cabinet Office and Mr Simon MacDowall, Director of Communications, Ministry of Defence.

Session 2005-06

Minutes of Evidence taken before the Committee:

Review of Government Communications, Thursday 27 October 2005, HC 610-i  
Witness: Mr Howell James CBE, Permanent Secretary, Government Communications

Session 2003-04

Minutes of Evidence taken before the Committee:

Review of Government Communications, Thursday 22 January 2004, HC 274-i
Witness:  Mr Bob Phillis, Chair, Government Communications Review Group

Review of Government Communications, Thursday 25 March 2004, HC 274-ii
Witnesses:  Daily Mail and Press Complaints Commission

Review of Government Communications, Tuesday 11 May 2004, HC 274-iii
Witness:  Alastair Campbell

Session 2002-03

Minutes of Evidence taken before the Committee:

Interim Report of the Review of Government Communications, Thursday 23 October 2003, HC 1223-i
Witnesses: Sir Bernard Ingham, Mr Tim Allan and Professor Ivor Gaber

Press Notices:

PN.7
PASC Chairman welcomes government moves on information service and special advisers

PN.18
Former Downing Street press chiefs give PASC their verdict on changes to PM's media operation

Session 2001-02

Report:
"These Unfortunate Events": Lessons of Recent Events at the Former DTLR":  Eighth Report, published on 19 July 2002, HC 303

Minutes of Evidence taken before the Committee:

Government Information and Communication, Thursday 28 February 2002, HC 303-i
Witnesses: Mike Granatt CB, Head of the GICS, Jonathan Baume, FDA, Professor Stuart Weir, Democratic Audit and Mr Nicholas Jones, BBC

Government Information and Communication, Thursday 7 March 2002, HC 303-ii
Witness: Sir Richard Mottram, KCB, Permanent Secretary, DTLR

Government Information and Communication, Thursday 14 March 2002, HC 303-iii
Witness: Sir Richard Wilson GCB, Cabinet Office