Home Affairs Committee Press Notice

Session 2006-07 / PN No. 2

INQUIRY INTO JUSTICE AND HOME AFFAIRS ISSUES AT EUROPEAN UNION LEVEL

The following evidence session has been arranged in Brussels as part of the above inquiry:

Date and Time: Tuesday 28 November 2006 at 2.30 p.m.

Inquiry: Justice and Home Affairs Issues at European Union Level

Witnesses: Jonathan Faull, Director-General, DG Freedom, Security and Justice, European Commission, and European Commission officials; followed at 3.45 p.m. by Michael Cashman MEP, Timothy Kirkhope MEP, Jean Lambert MEP and Graham Watson MEP

Location: Room ASP 3 E 3, European Parliament, Brussels

Any member of the public wishing to attend this session at the European Parliament on 28 November should contact Committee staff on 020 7219 3276 by 12 noon on Friday 24 November. Name, date of birth, nationality, passport number and home address are required in advance to allow the European Parliament to issue access passes.

Details of this inquiry were set out in a press notice issued on 1 November 2006


22 November 2006

Note to editors: The Committee membership is as follows:

Rt Hon John Denham (Chairman) (Lab) (Southampton Itchen); Mr Richard Benyon (Con) (Newbury) Gwyn Prosser (Lab) (Dover); Mr Jeremy Browne (Lib Dem) (Taunton) Bob Russell (Lib Dem) (Colchester); Ms Karen Buck (Lab) (Regent's Park & Kensington North); Martin Salter (Lab) (Reading West); Mr James Clappison (Con) (Hertsmere); Mr Richard Spring (Con) (West Suffolk); Mrs Ann Cryer (Lab) (Keighley); Mr Gary Streeter (Con) (South West Devon); Mrs Janet Dean (Lab) (Burton); Mr David Winnick (Lab) (Walsall North); Margaret Moran (Lab) (Luton South).

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