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Joint Committee on Human Rights
One-off evidence session concluded.
As part of its inquiry into detention, the Joint Committee on Human Rights will hold two evidence sessions about the treatment of people with learning disabilities and autism in Assessment and Treatment Units (ATUs) and other inpatient units.
Evidence given by Witness A, individual with learning disabilities; Witness B, individual with learning disabilities. Paul Scarrott, My Life My Choice (at 3.35pm); Julie Newcombe, and Jeremy (at 4.05pm).
Joint Committee on Human Rights continues inquiry into conditions in learning disability inpatient units