Justice Committee

Press notice No. 3 of Session 2008-09

17 December 2008 / For Immediate Release

COMMITTEE REPORT ON CROWN DEPENDENCIES AND ICELANDIC BANK CRISIS

The Justice Committee will publish a short report at 10.00 am on Friday 19 December setting out the context of evidence taken on the UK Government's safeguarding of the interests of the Crown Dependencies in the aftermath of the Icelandic banking sector crisis.

The Report, Crown Dependencies: evidence taken, will be published as the Committee's First Report of 2008-09, HC 67, on Friday 19 December 2008. Copies may be obtained from the Parliamentary Bookshop and the Stationery Office (details below) and the text will be available via the Committee's website, www.parliament.uk/justicecom.

Notes:
1. The Justice Committee took oral evidence, on 10 December 2008, from Lord Bach, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at the Ministry of Justice with responsibility for protecting the interests of the Crown Dependencies.

2. Committee membership is as follows: Rt Hon Sir Alan Beith MP (Chairman), Mr David Heath MP, Siân James MP, Daniel Kawczynski MP, Jessica Morden MP, Julie Morgan MP, Rt Hon Alun Michael MP, Robert Neill MP, Dr Nick Palmer MP, Linda Riordan MP, Virendra Sharma MP, Mr Andrew Turner MP, Mr Andrew Tyrie MP and Dr Alan Whitehead MP

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