Session 2005-06, 18 May 2006
Publication of Fifth Report
The design of a National Pension Savings Scheme and the role of financial services regulation
The Treasury Committee will publish its Fifth Report, The design of a National Pension Savings Scheme and the role of financial services regulation (HC 1074), on Sunday 21 May at 00.01 hours. This follows evidence taken by the Committee from Lord Turner, the Chairman of the Pensions Commission, the Financial Services Authority and industry and consumer representatives.
Embargoed copies of the report will be available to witnesses, government departments and accredited members of the press from 12.00 noon on Friday 19 May at the reception desk at 7 Millbank, Westminster London SW1P 3JA. Embargoed copies will also be available in the press gallery, House of Commons on that day.
The Chairman of the Committee, Rt Hon John McFall MP, will be available for interview from 12.00 noon on Friday 19 May. Journalists can contact his office on 020 7219 3521 or his mobile phone on 07730 987 802.
Reports can be purchased from the Stationery Office bookshops (tel: 0870 600 5522). The full text will also be available on the internet.
1. Committee Membership is as follows: Rt Hon John McFall (Chairman), Lorely Burt, Mr Jim Cousins, Angela Eagle, Mr Michael Fallon (Chairman, Sub-Committee), Mr David Gauke, Ms Sally Keeble, Susan Kramer, Mr Andrew Love, Kerry McCarthy, Mr George Mudie, Nr Brooks Newmark, Mr Mark Todd, Peter Viggers.
2. Press Notice No. 39
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