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Inquiry status: inquiry concluded
The Committee agreed on 18 July 2011 to hold an evidence session examining the appointment of a Treasury Chief Scientific Adviser.
The Chair of the Committee commented on the appointment on 8 June 2011.
MPs to question James Richardson
Comment from Science and Technology Committee Chair
Evidence given by Dr James Richardson, Director of Public Spending, Chief Microeconomist and Chief Scientific Adviser,
HM Treasury, and Professor Sir John Beddington,
Government Chief Scientific Adviser.