Publication of Reports:

Second Report: International Development Committee: Annual Report 2002

The International Development Committee will be publishing their Second Report of Session 2002/03,  'International Development Committee: Annual Report 2002' (HC 331) on Monday 3 February at 11.00 a.m.

First Special Report: Government Response to the Sixth Report  from the Committee, Session 2001-02: Department for International Development ~  Departmental Report 2002

The Committee published its Report on the Department for International Development: Departmental Report 2002 on 14 November 2002 (Sixth Report from the Committee, Session 2001-02, HC 964). The Government Response to the Report will be published on Monday 3 February at 11.00 a.m. as the First Special Report from the Committee, Session 2002-03 (HC 357)

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Additionally, the Special Report will be available for collection by Government Departments, witnesses and the press from the Reception Desk at 7 Millbank, London, SW1P 3JA and from the Press Gallery from 11.00 am on 3 February.

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The membership of the Committee is as follows: Tony Baldry (Chairman) (Conservative, Banbury), John Barrett (Liberal Democrat, Edinburgh West), John Battle (Labour, Leeds West), Hugh Bayley (Labour, City of York), Alistair Burt, (Conservative, North East Bedfordshire), Ann Clwyd (Labour, Cynon Valley), Tony Colman (Labour, Putney), Mr Piara S. Khabra (Labour, Ealing, Southall), Chris McCafferty (Labour, Calder Valley), Mr Robert Walter (Conservative, North Dorset) and  Mr Tony Worthington (Labour, Clydebank and Milngavie).

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