European Scrutiny Committee Press Notice 9

ORAL EVIDENCE FROM CHRIS BRYANT MP, PARLIAMENTARY UNDER-SECRETARY OF STATE, FOREIGN AND COMMONWEALTH OFFICE, WEDNESDAY 28 FEBRUARY 2009

Implementation of the Lisbon Treaty: scrutiny issues

The European Scrutiny Committee will be taking evidence from Chris Bryant MP, Minister for Europe, Foreign and Commonwealth Office on scrutiny issues relating to the implementation of the Lisbon Treaty if it comes into force..

The public evidence session will take place on Wednesday, 28 October at 4.30pm in Committee Room 16, Palace of Westminster.

For further information please contact Alex Paterson (contact details above).

FURTHER INFORMATION:

1. Committee Membership is as follows: Michael Connarty MP (Chairman), Labour, Mr Adrian Bailey MP, Labour, Mr David S Borrow MP, Labour, Mr William Cash MP, Conservative, Mr James Clappison MP, Conservative, Ms Katy Clark MP, Labour, Jim Dobbin MP, Labour/Co-op, Mr Greg Hands MP, Conservative, Mr David Heathcoat-Amory MP, Conservative, Keith Hill MP, Labour, Kelvin Hopkins MP, Labour, Mr Lindsay Hoyle MP, Labour, Mr Bob Laxton MP, Labour, Angus Robertson MP, SNP, Mr Anthony Steen MP, Conservative, Richard Younger Ross MP, Lib Dem

2. Transcripts of the committee's oral evidence session can be found on the Committee website at: http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm/cmeuleg.htm

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