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Economic Affairs Committee
Call for evidence published 13 September 2018.The deadline for submissions has now passed. Contact the Clerk if you still wish to make a submission.
Evidence given by Dominic Carter, Policy Manager, Alzheimer's Society; Kari Gerstheimer, Director of Information and Advice, Royal Mencap Society; Tracey Loftis, Head of Policy and Public Affairs, Versus Arthritis.
Evidence given by John Godfrey, Corporate Affairs Director, Legal & General Group; Rob Yuille, Head of Retirement Policy, Association of British Insurers.
Evidence given by Steven Cameron, Pensions Director, Aegon UK; Daniela Silcock, Head of Policy Research, Pensions Policy Institute; Sir Steven Webb PC, Director of Policy, Royal London Group.
Evidence given by Warwick Lightfoot, Head of Economics and Social Policy, Policy Exchange, Kathryn Petrie, Senior Economist, Social Market Foundation, and
Harry Quilter-Pinner, Research Fellow, Institute for Public Policy Research.
Evidence given by Simon Bottery, Senior Fellow, The King’s Fund,Natasha Curry, Senior Fellow, Nuffield Trust and Sir Andrew Dilnot CBE, Chair, Commission on Funding of Care and Support (2010–11).