21 January 2009: For Immediate Release
TREASURY COMMITTEE TO TAKE EVIDENCE ON ROLE OF THE PRESS IN BANKING CRISIS
As part of its inquiry into the Banking Crisis the Treasury Committee will take evidence from representatives of the media on Wednesday 4 February.
The details of the session are as follows:
Time and date:
Wednesday 4 February at 2.30pm, Wilson Room, Portcullis House, House of Commons
- Lionel Barber, Financial Times
- Alex Brummer, Daily Mail
- Simon Jenkins, Guardian
- Robert Peston, BBC
Issues likely to come up include The role of the media in financial stability and whether financial journalists should operate under any form of reporting restrictions during banking crises.
Details of further evidence sessions for the Banking Crisis inquiry will be announced in due course.