Health Committee

16 March 2005
Session 2004-05 PUBLICATION OF A REPORT
New Developments in HIV/AIDS and Sexual Health Policy


16 March 2005
Session 2004-05 PUBLICATION OF A REPORT
New Developments in HIV/AIDS and Sexual Health Policy

EMBARGO  00.01 am Sunday 20 March 2005

The Health Committee will publish its Third Report, Session 2004-05 on New Developments in HIV/AIDS and Sexual Health Policy (HC 252-I) at 00:01 (one minute past midnight) on Sunday 20 March.

Confidential advance copies of the report, which will be embargoed until 00.01 on Sunday 20 March (PLEASE NOTE THIS AMENDED DATE) , will be available for collection on Friday 18 March between 11.30am  and 12 noon from the reception desk at Westminster House,  (DEAN STANLEY ENTRANCE ONLY ) 7 Millbank, London SW1.

  No press conference will be held.

Advance copies of the report will also be made available to the Press from the Press Gallery, House of Commons at 11:30 am.

 Witnesses' copies of the Report will be posted to them.

Volume II of the Report : oral and written evidence will be published at 11:00am on Tuesday 22 March as HC 252-II.

Please note that there will be no advance copies of this volume or any circulation from the Committee Office.

The Health Committee is a Select Committee of the House of Commons. It is appointed under Standing Order No. 152 to examine the expenditure, administration and policy of the Department of Health and associated public bodies. The Committee has the power to send for persons, papers and records.

Following publication, copies of the Report will be on sale from the usual Stationery Office outlets (tel. 0870 600 5522) and the Parliamentary Bookshop (tel. 020 7219 3890) and may be viewed on the Committee's website.

Please also note that as the publication of the report volume is over a week-end it is unlikely that electronic copies will be available to view on the Committee's website until the afternoon of Monday 21 March

 The text of Committee reports, minutes of evidence and press notices can be accessed through the Internet at Parliament's website.