Joint Committee on draft House of Lords Reform Bill takes evidence from Unlock Democracy

21 November 2011

The Joint Committee on the draft House of Lords Reform Bill hears more evidence about how a reformed House of Lords might be constituted.

Find out about previous evidence sessions on the committee's website.

The Joint Committee on the Draft House of Lords Bill will be taking oral evidence in the Moses Room, Palace of Westminster (room subject to change) on Monday 21 November 2011.

Witnesses

At 4.35pm

Unlock Democracy:

  • Peter Facey, Director
  • Alexandra Runswick, Deputy Director

At 6.15pm (approximately)

House of Lords Appointments Commission (HOLAC):

  • Lord Jay of Ewelme, Chairman
  • Richard Jarvis, Secretary

Australian Senate

On Tuesday 22 November at 9am, the Joint Committee on the Draft House of Lords Bill will be taking oral evidence via a video conference with Member(s) of the Australian Senate in Committee Room 1

Further Information

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