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Inquiry status: Government Response published.
This inquiry took account of, but was not limited to, the report by Sir Roy McNulty on improving efficiency in the rail industry and the Government’s proposals for reform, fares and decentralisation published on 8 March 2012.
The Secretary of State for Transport also gave oral evidence on the West Coast Mainline Franchise during a session on the work of the Department for Transport:
Oral evidence: Work of the Department for Transport
The Committee has agreed to publish its Seventh Report of Session 2012–13, Rail 2020, (HC 329), at 00.01 am on Friday 4 January 2013
Evidence session re-scheduled for Tuesday 18 December
The Transport Committee takes evidence on Tuesday 18 December 2012
The Transport Committee will take further oral evidence in relation to its Rail 2020 inquiry into reform of the railways
MPs question the Secretary of State, Rt Hon Patrick McLoughlin MP and DfT Permanent Secretary, Philip Rutnam
The Transport Committee takes evidence on Wednesday 21 October2012
Transport Committee questions Sir Richard Branson of Virgin Group and Tim O'Toole CBE of FirstGroup
Transport Committee continue Rail 2020 inquiry
The Transport Committee takes further for the Rail 2020 inquiry
MPs to hold second evidence session for Rail 2020 inquiry
MPs question Sir Roy McNulty, Chairman, Rail Value for Money Study
Report, together with formal minutes.
Volume III - Additional (Unprinted) Written Evidence.
Volume II - Oral and Written Evidence.
Most, but not all, Select Committee inquiries are conducted as follows:
Not all inquiries result in a Report