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Budget 2010

The Committee held the following evidence sessions as part of its inquiry into the 2010 Budget. The Committee did not publish a report.

Written evidence | Oral evidence

Oral evidence sessions:

Monday 29 March

Witnesses: Mr Robert Chote, Director, Institute for Fiscal Studies; Mr Martin Weale CBE, Director, National Institute of Economic and Social Research, Mr Alan Clarke, Economist, BNP Paribas and Mr Simon Hayes, Chief UK Economist, Barclays Capital; Mr Robert Chote, Director, Institute for Fiscal Studies, Mr John Whiting OBE, Tax Policy Director, Chartered Institute of Taxation, Mr Ian McCafferty, Chief Economic Advisor, CBI, Ms Francesca Lagerberg, Head of Tax, Grant Thornton LLP and Professor Colin Talbot, Manchester Business School; Mr Dave Ramsden, Chief Economic Adviser, Mr Edward Troup, Managing Director, Budget, Tax and Welfare, and Mr Andrew Hudson, Managing Director, Public Services and Growth, HM Treasury

Tuesday 30 March

Witnesses: Rt Hon Alistair Darling MP, Chancellor of the Exchequer, Mr Dave Ramsden, Chief Economic Adviser, Mr Mark Bowman, Director, Budget and Tax, and Mr Andrew Hudson, Managing Director, Public Services and Growth, HM Treasury

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    • Reports and associated evidence – Reports of Committee inquires. This category may also include Special Reports where they are used by a Committee to bring matters relating to conduct of its business to the notice of the House.
    • Responses to Reports - Responses may be published as a Special Report, or as a Command Paper. They may also be appended to a Report should the Committee have substantial comments on the Response, in which case they can be found listed under Reports. 
    • Other oral and written evidence - Evidence taken by the Committee that has yet to or did not result in the publication of a Report. This includes transcripts of recent meetings.
    • Estimate Memoranda - An Estimate memorandum is an explanatory note that accompanies a government department’s estimate (a means by which a department seeks authority from Parliament for its spending plans).
    • Correspondence - Correspondence sent from or received by the Committee or its Chair.
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