Northern Ireland Affairs Committee Press Notices Session 2007-08

Session 07-08

31 October 2008

Committee Media Officer: Rebecca Jones
[email protected]
tel: 020 7219 5693


Press Notice No 21

Cross Border Co-operation

ANNOUNCEMENT OF ORAL EVIDENCE SESSION

Wednesday 5 November 2008

Committee room 8

2.45 pm:

Chief Constable Sir Hugh Orde OBE,

Assistant Chief Constable Judith Gillespie, and

Chief Inspector Sam Cordner, Police Service of Northern Ireland


FURTHER INFORMATION:

1.     Committee Membership is as follows: Sir Patrick Cormack MP (Chairman) (Conservative, South Staffordshire), Mr David Anderson MP (Labour, Blaydon), Mr Gregory Campbell MP (Democratic Unionist Party, East Londonderry), Rosie Cooper MP (Labour, West Lancashire), Mr Christopher Fraser MP (Conservative, South West Norfolk), Mr John Grogan MP (Labour, Selby), Mr Stephen Hepburn MP (Labour, Jarrow), Lady Hermon MP (Ulster Unionist Party, North Down), Kate Hoey MP (Labour, Vauxhall), Dr Alasdair McDonnell MP (SDLP, Belfast South), Mr Denis Murphy MP (Labour, Wansbeck), Stephen Pound MP (Labour, Ealing North), Sammy Wilson MP (Democratic Unionist Party, East Antrim)

Media Enquiries: Committee Media Officer: Rebecca Jones, email: [email protected],

tel: 020 7219 5693

Specific Committee Information:  The Committee intends to publish the transcript of these meetings on its Homepage approximately two weeks after the meeting.  For further information about the work of the Committee, please contact Duma Langton, Assistant to the Committee, on 020 7219 2173 or e-mail [email protected]

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