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Joint Committee on Human Rights
Report published on 5 April 2017. Government Response published 12 January 2018.
Evidence given by Shanta Martin and Richard Meeran, Leigh Day, Sue Willman, Deighton Pierce Glynn, and Ingrid Gubbay, Hausfeld LLP.
Evidence given by Margot James MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Chris Carr, Deputy Director Corporate Frameworks and Accountability, Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, and Sarah Newton MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, Home Office; Rt Hon Baroness Anelay of St Johns DBE, Minister for the Commonwealth and the UN, Rob Fenn, Head of Human Rights and Democracy Department, Foreign and Commonwealth Office, and Rt Hon Sir Oliver Heald QC MP, Minister of State for Courts and Justice, and Rob Linham OBE, Acting Deputy Director, Human Rights and Devolution Policy, Ministry of Justice (at 4.00pm).
Evidence given by David Isaac, Chair, Equality and Human Rights Commission, Margaret Beels, Chair, Gangmasters Licensing Authority, and Karen Jochelson, Director, Economy and Employment programme, Equality and Human Rights Commission.
Evidence given by Rob Billington, Director, Group Production and Sourcing, Mulberry, Mike Barry, Director, Sustainable Business, Marks and Spencer, Nick Beighton, Chief Executive, ASOS, and Chris Grayer, Manager, Global Code of Practice, Next.
Evidence given by Andrew Silvester, Head of Campaigns, Institute of Directors, and Debbie Coulter, Head of Programmes, Ethical Trading Initiative.
Evidence given by John Gbei.
Evidence given by Daniel Blackburn, Director, International Centre for Trade Union Rights, Professor Keith Ewing, King's College London and President of the Institute of Employment Rights, and Owen Tudor, Head of European Union and International Relations, Trade Union Congress.
Evidence given by Peter Frankental, Economic Relations Programme Director, Amnesty International UK , John Morrison, Chief Executive, Institute for Human Rights and Business , and Marilyn Croser, Executive Director, Corporate Responsibility Coalition .
Letter from Margot James MP, Minister for Small Business, Consumers and Corporate Responsibility, to the Chair of the Committee, regarding follow up points from the oral evidence session on Wednesday 8 February 2017
Letter from Nick Beighton, CEO, ASOS plc, to Rt Hon Harriet Harman MP, Chair of the Committee, concerning allegations in the BBC Panorama programme broadcast on 24 October 2016.
Letter from Steve Rowe, Chief Executive, Marks and Spencer, to Rt Hon Harriet Harman MP, Chair of the Committee, concerning allegations in the BBC Panorama programme broadcast on 24 October 2016
Letter from Chris Grayer, Global Code Practice Manager, Next, to Rt Hon Harriet Harman MP, Chair of the Committee, concerning allegations in the BBC Panorama programme broadcast on 24 October 2016
Letters from Rt Hon Harriet Harman MP, Chair of the Committee, to the Chief Executives of ASOS, Marks & Spencer, and Next, concerning allegations in the BBC Panorama programme broadcast on 24 October
The Chair of the Committee wrote to the Secretary of State for International Trade announcing a new inquiry into the implications for human rights of the UK's planned withdrawal from the European Union.