Prime Minister questioned on NHS, Brexit and UK Foreign Policy

20 March 2018

The Liaison Committee questions the Prime Minister for the second time since the general election.


Tuesday 27 March 2018, Grimond Room, Portcullis House.

At 4.30pm

  • Rt Hon Theresa May MP

Focus of the session

The session topics include:

  • UK Foreign Policy, particularly relations with Russia
  • The plight of the Rohingya in Bangladesh/Myanmar
  • Brexit related issues focussed on borders, food, farming and fishing
  • Funding of the NHS, Social Care and public health

Members participation

Members participating in the session are:

  • Tom Tugendhat MP - Foreign Affairs Committee
  • Yvette Cooper MP - Home Affairs Committee
  • Dr Julian Lewis MP - Defence Committee
  • Damian Collins MP - Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee
  • Stephen Twigg MP – International Development Committee
  • Dr Andrew Murrison MP – Northern Ireland Affairs Committee
  • Pete Wishart MP – Scottish Affairs Committee
  • David T C Davies MP – Welsh Affairs Committee
  • Neil Parish MP – Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
  • Mary Creagh MP – Environmental Audit Committee
  • Nicky Morgan MP - Treasury Committee
  • Dr Sarah Wollaston MP –Health Committee and Liaison Committee
  • Meg Hillier MP - Public Accounts Committee

Further information

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