Press Notice 2, Session 2007-08

19 November 2007

PASC TO HEAR FROM ED MILIBAND AND PHIL HOPE

The Public Administration Select Committee (PASC) continues its programme of evidence for 2007/08 by hearing from two Cabinet Office ministers - Minister for the Third Sector Phil Hope, and his predecessor and now Cabinet-level Minister for the Cabinet Office, Ed Miliband.

The session continues the Committee’s inquiry into commissioning public services from the Third Sector, and gives Committee members the opportunity to quiz the men behind the Government’s policy to increase the involvement of charities, voluntary organisations and social enterprises in the work of the State. The hearing may also touch on other aspects of the ministers’ responsibilities.

The evidence session will take place at 2.00pm on Tuesday 20 November in the Wilson Room, Portcullis House.

For more information about the work of the Committee, visit our website at www.parliament.uk/pasc  


FURTHER INFORMATION:

Committee Membership: Tony Wright (Chairman) (Lab) (Cannock Chase), Mr David Burrowes (Con) (Enfield, Southgate), Paul Flynn (Lab) (Newport West), David Heyes (Lab) (Ashton under Lyne), Kelvin Hopkins (Lab) (Luton North), Mr Ian Liddell-Grainger (Con) (Bridgewater), Julie Morgan (Lab) (Cardiff North), Mr Gordon Prentice (Lab) (Pendle), Paul Rowen (Lib Dem) (Rochdale), Charles Walker (Con) (Broxbourne), Jenny Willott (Lib Dem) (Cardiff Central)

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