15 January 2009
ORAL EVIDENCE SESSION CANCELLED:
Flooding: The Government's Response to Sir Michael Pitt's Review
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee has cancelled the following oral evidence session in relation to its ongoing inquiry into Flooding:
Wednesday 21 January 2009
3.00pm Huw Irranca-Davies MP, Minister for the Natural and Marine Environment, Wildlife and Rural Affairs, Defra
Future evidence sessions in this inquiry will be announced in due course.
NOTES TO EDITORS:
1. Further details about the Committee's inquiry into Flooding can be found at:
2. The Pitt Review's final report "Learning lessons from the 2007 floods" was published on 25 June 2008. Details about the Pitt Review can be found at:
3. The Government's response to Sir Michael Pitt's Review was published on 17 December 2008 and can be viewed here:
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