PUBLICATION OF FIRST JOINT REPORT OF SESSION 2009-10
Scrutiny of Arms Export Controls (2010): UK Strategic Export Controls Annual Report 2008, Quarterly Reports for 2009, licensing policy and review of export control legislation
The Committees on Arms Export Controls (CAEC) will publish its report on Scrutiny of Arms Export Controls (2010): UK Strategic Export Controls Annual Report 2008, Quarterly Reports for 2009, licensing policy and review of export control legislation at
00.01 on Tuesday 30 March as the First Joint Report from the Committee, Session 2009-10 (HC 202).
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10.00 am on Monday
29 March, for collection by witnesses and the press only from the Reception Desk at 7 Millbank, London, SW1P 3JA and from the Press Gallery, House of Commons.
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1. The Committees on Arms Export Controls consists of four Committees which meet together to consider the control of strategic exports, including weapons. The Committees involved are: Business, Innovation and Skills, Defence, Foreign Affairs and International Development. The Chair of the Committees is Roger Berry MP, who is a member of the Business, Innovation and Skills Committee.
2. The Committees' main job is to review Government policy on licensing arms exports and licensing decisions. Each year the Government produces an annual report on Strategic Export Controls which the Committees scrutinise.
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