JOINT

Minister questioned on Counter Extremism Bill

29 June 2016

The Joint Committee on Human Rights examines the Government's counter extremism strategy, as a part of the Committee's legislative scrutiny of the Counter Extremism Bill for its human rights compliance

Witnesses

Wednesday 29 June 2016, Committee Room 1, Palace of Westminster

 At 3.15pm

  • Karen Bradley MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Home Office (Minister for Preventing Abuse, Exploitation and Crime)

Purpose of Session

The purpose of this evidence session is to enable the Committee to question Karen Bradley MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Home Office responsible for counter-extremism policy, about human rights issues arising in the context of the Government’s counter-extremism strategy and proposed legislation.

Background

Useful briefings:

Further information

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