Press Notice 33 REVISED

Session  -  2002/03

20th June 2003

- PRESS NOTICE -

 EVIDENCE SESSION:

Trade and Development: Aspects of the Doha Agenda

PLEASE NOTE REVISED TIME AND DATE FOR THIS SESSION


The International Development Committee agreed to conduct an inquiry - announced in a press notice dated 26 November 2002 (PN3.2002/03) - on Trade and Development: Aspects of the Doha Agenda. In Press Notice 30, the Committee announced a forthcoming session with the Rt Hon Baroness Amos, Secretary of State for International Development.

The session with the Secretary of State, scheduled for 3.15 p.m. on Tuesday 24 June, has been CANCELLED.

The session has been rearranged for 4.15 p.m., on Monday 30 June. The Secretary of State will be appearing before the Committee at 3.15 p.m. that day to answer questions on Iraq, and this will be followed immediately by the rescheduled session on Trade and Development.

Date and Venue - Monday 30 June, Grimond Room, Portcullis House

Time - 3.15 p.m.

Witnesses - The Rt Hon Baroness Amos, Secretary of State for International Development (on Iraq)

Time - 4.15p.m.

Witnesses - The Rt Hon Baroness Amos, Secretary of State for International Development (on Trade and Development)

Those wishing to attend this evidence session should contact the Committee Office Information Line on 020 7219 2033 to confirm the venue the day before the hearing.

Detailed enquiries to Mr Alistair Doherty, Clerk, on: 020 7219 1226

Reports and press notices issued by the International Development Committee are available on the Parliamentary website: www.parliament.uk/parliamentary_committees/international_development.cfm

The membership of the Committee is as follows: Tony Baldry (Chairman) (Conservative, Banbury), John Barrett (Liberal Democrat, Edinburgh West), Mr John Battle (Labour, Leeds West), Hugh Bayley (Labour, City of York), Alistair Burt (Conservative, North East Bedfordshire), Ann Clwyd (Labour, Cynon Valley), Mr Tony Colman (Labour, Putney), Mr Piara S. Khabra (Labour, Ealing, Southall), Chris McCafferty (Labour, Calder Valley), Mr Robert Walter (Conservative, North Dorset) and  Tony Worthington (Labour, Clydebank and Milngavie).