Liaison Committee questions Prime Minister

12 February 2009

The Liaison Committee questions the Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, from 10am.

This evidence session continues the regular twice yearly sessions the Committee holds with the Prime Minister on a range of domestic and international issues.

Notice of the questions is not given to the Prime Minister, but questioning is based on a limited number of themes.

The questions to the Prime Minster for this session will fall under the broad themes of:

The Recession

  • The City and banking issues
  • Consequences for the private sector
  • Public sector consequences
  • International dimension

Foreign Affairs

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