No. 41 of Session 2008-09
26 June 2009 / For Immediate Release
ANNOUNCEMENT OF EVIDENCE SESSIONS
Sentencing Guidelines: Principles of sentencing for youths
The Committee will hold its second evidence session into Sentencing Guidelines: principles of sentencing for youths.
Constitutional Reform and Renewal
The Committee will hold its first evidence session on Constitutional Reform and Renewal. The session will concentrate on the Parliamentary Standards Bill. The Clerk of the House of Commons'
written evidence on the Bill is available on the Committee's website.
Details of the oral evidence sessions are as follows:
Tuesday 30 June in The Wilson Room, Portcullis House.
At 4.15 pm: John Drew, Chief Executive, and Brendan Finegan, Director of Strategy, Youth Justice Board
At 5.00 pm: Dr Malcolm Jack, Clerk and Chief Executive, Andrew Kennon, Clerk of the Journals, and Michael Carpenter, Speaker's Counsel, House of Commons
A transcript of the sessions will be available (within 5 days) on the Reports and Publications page of the Committee's website: www.parliament.uk/justicecom/
1. Committee membership is as follows: Rt Hon Sir Alan Beith MP (Chairman), Mr David Heath MP, Rt Hon Douglas Hogg MP, Siân James 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
2. The transcript of the previous evidence session on Sentencing Guidelines: principles of sentencing for youths can be found at on the Committee's website at www.parliament.uk/justicecom
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