Session 2006-07, 6 July 2007
ORAL EVIDENCE SESSION ON THE PROPOSAL FOR AN AGENCY WORKERS DIRECTIVE
WEDNESDAY 11 JULY 2007
Pat McFadden MP, Minister of State at the Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform, will give evidence to the European Scrutiny Committee on Wednesday 11 July. He will be questioned on the proposal for an Agency Workers Directive.
This evidence session will take place at 2.30pm in Committee Room 16, Committee Corridor.
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Note for Editors
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The Committee has 16 Members, as follows: Michael Connarty MP (Chairman), Labour, David Borrow MP, Labour, William Cash MP, Conservative, James Clappison MP, Conservative, Katy Clark MP, Labour, Wayne David MP, Labour, Jim Dobbin MP, Labour/Co-op, Nia Griffith MP, Labour, Greg Hands MP, Conservative, David Heathcoat-Amory MP, Conservative, Kelvin Hopkins MP, Labour, Lindsay Hoyle MP, Labour, Bob Laxton MP, Labour, Angus Robertson MP, SNP, Anthony Steen MP, Conservative, Richard Younger Ross MP, Lib Dem
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