Date 11/12/09/ For Immediate Release
THE WORK OF THE COMMITTEE IN 2008-09
PUBLICATION OF REPORT
The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee will publish its First Report of Session 2009-10 on The Work of the Committee in 2008-09 (HC 90) on Tuesday 15 December 2009 at 00.01 a.m.
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Committee Membership is as follows: Sir Patrick Cormack MP (Chairman) (Conservative, South Staffordshire), Rosie Cooper MP (Labour, West Lancashire), Christopher Fraser MP (Conservative, South West Norfolk), Mr John Grogan MP (Labour, Selby), Mr Stephen Hepburn MP (Labour, Jarrow), Lady Hermon MP (Ulster Unionist Party, North Down), Kate Hoey MP (Labour, Vauxhall), Dr Alasdair McDonnell MP (SDLP, Belfast South), Mr Denis Murphy MP (Labour, Wansbeck), Stephen Pound MP (Labour, Ealing North), Mrs Iris Robinson MP (Democratic Unionist Party, Strangford), David Simpson MP (Democratic Unionist Party, Upper Bann).
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