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The Lords Economic Affairs Committee holds its first evidence session, at 3.35pm, for its inquiry into private finance project arrangements and off-balance sheet debt.
The witnesses are:
In particular the inquiry will be looking at costs, benefits, performance and risk, and how future payments by the Government under existing contracts should be recorded in public sector accounts.
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