Publication of evidence - CDC Capital Partners

On Tuesday 2 July 2002 the International Development Committee took oral  evidence from CDC Capital Partners, returning to the issue on Tuesday 17 December 2002 when the Committee took evidence from CDC Capital Partners again, and also the Rt. Hon. Clare Short MP, Secretary of State for International Development.

The Minutes of Evidence and the Appendices from these sessions will be published in a single volume on Monday 3 March at 11.00 a.m., as HC 194, Session 2002-03 (incorporating HC 1028-i, Session 2001-02)

The Minutes of Evidence and Appendices 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 a.m. on Monday 3 March

The Minutes of Evidence and Appendices may also be purchased from the Parliamentary Bookshop (12 Bridge St, Westminster, SW1A 2JX, Tel 020 7219 3890) or the Stationery Office (Parliamentary Hotline, Tel 0845 702 3474). It will also be available on the Internet  at: from 3.30 p.m. on Monday 3 March.

Enquiries to Katie Phelan, Committee Assistant, on 020 7219 1221

Note to Editors

1. The International Development Committee is appointed by the House of Commons to examine the expenditure, administration and policy of the Department for International Development.

2. Reports and press notices issued by the International Development Committee are available on the Committee=s home page on the Parliamentary website: see

3. 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).