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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.
Evidence given by Yvonne Baker, Chief Executive Officer, STEM Learning; Anita Bath, Headmistress, Sacred Heart Catholic High School; and James Zuccollo, Director for School Workforce, Education Policy Institute
Deborah Annetts, Chief Executive Officer, Incorporated Society of Musicians; Dr Hilary Leevers, Head of Education and Learning, Wellcome Trust; and Professor Katie Normington, Senior Vice-Principal, Royal Holloway, University of London
Written and oral evidence for the inquiry into the UK advertising industry.
Government response to the Communications Committee report "UK advertising in a digital age"
Letter from Lord Gilbert of Panteg to Steve Brine MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Public Health and Primary Care, Department of Health and Social Care in response to his letter of 3 September 2018.
Letter from Steve Brine MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Public Health and Primary Care, Department of Health and Social Care to Lord Gilbert of Panteg in response to his letter of 30 July to Matt Hancock MP.
Letter from Lord Gilbert of Panteg to the Rt Hon Matt Hancock MP, Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Department of Health and Social Care.