Foreign Secretary questioned on future of European Union

William Hague
06 February 2013

This evidence session is the first opportunity for a Commons select committee to question the Foreign Secretary on the Government’s EU policy since the Prime Minister’s major speech on the issue on 23 January.

It also marks a rare appearance before a select committee by the UK’s Permanent Representative to the EU, the UK’s most senior official in Brussels.

Wednesday 6 February 2013 2.30 pm

Grimond Room, Portcullis House

  • Rt Hon William Hague MP, First Secretary of State and Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs
  • Sir John Cunliffe, CB, UK Permanent Representative to the EU
  • Simon Manley, CMG, Director, Europe, FCO

Members of the public wishing to attend the meeting are advised to allow approximately 20 minutes to pass through security. More information on visiting the House of Commons.

The written evidence received for the inquiry and the transcripts and recordings of previous oral evidence sessions can be accessed via the Committee’s webpage.

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