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A Session is a parliamentary year. Following the 2011 Fixed-term Parliament Act Sessions typically begin in May and run for 12 months.
Select committees conduct inquiries and produce reports on a range of matters, from the conduct of Government to specialist subject areas.
Response from the Department for Transport to the Committee's Report on the Airports National Policy Statement
Additional information following the Committee's oral evidence session on 10 September 2018.
Letter supplying additional information following the Committee's oral evidence session on 2 July 2018
Letter supplying additional information following the Committee's evidence session on 2 July 2018
Letter from the Secretary of State attaching a CV for Declan Collier, the Secretary of State's preferred candidate for Chair of the ORR, and other papers
Letter concerning the Department for Transport's 2017-18 Supplementary Estimate
Response from the Department for Transport to the Chair's letter of 13 July concerning the 2017-18 Supplementary Estimate.
Update on the Joint Rail Data Action Plan
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