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The House of Lords EU Committee which deals with economic affairs will put questions to Rt Hon Nicky Morgan MP, Financial Secretary to the Treasury, on the draft 2015 EU budget, and whether the proposed increase can be justified.
Peers will ask the Minister whether the EU budget process is no longer fit for purpose, why such a massive backlog in payments claims has arisen, and whether she stands by the UK and other Member States’ assertion that the Commission’s proposed resort to an emergency pot of funds is “legally questionable”.
Tuesday 1 July 2014, Committee Room 3, Palace of Westminster
Letter from Lord Boswell to the Rt Hon Nicky Morgan MP, Financial Secretary to the Treasury.
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