29 November 2006
Press Notice No 4
ANNOUNCEMENT OF FURTHER ORAL EVIDENCE SESSION
COMMUNITY RESTORATIVE JUSTICE
Wednesday 6 December 2006
House of Commons*
From 3.30 pm
3.30 pm Mr David Hanson MP, Minister of State, Northern Ireland Office
Information about the inquiry, together with other information about the Committee’s work, is available on the Committee’s Homepage.
The meetings will be open to the public. They will take place in a Committee Room either in the Palace of Westminster or in Portcullis House or as otherwise stated. Those wishing to attend should confirm the venue by calling the House of Commons Committee Information Line on 020 7219 2033 on the day before the hearing*. Information about the inquiry, together with other information about the Committee’s work, is available on the Committee’s Homepage at:
The Committee intends to publish the transcript of these meetings on its Homepage approximately two weeks after the meeting. For further information about the work of the Committee, please contact Paul Derrett, Assistant to the Committee, on 020 7219 2173 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE FOR EDITORS:
The Committee is appointed under Standing Order No. 152 of the House of Commons to examine the expenditure, administration and policy of the Northern Ireland Office and associated public bodies. It has the power to send for persons, papers and records.
The Committee Members are:- Sir Patrick Cormack, MP (Chairman) (Conservative, South Staffordshire), Mr David Anderson, MP (Labour, Blaydon), Rt. Hon John Battle MP (Labour, Leeds West), Mr Gregory Campbell, MP (Democratic Unionist Party, East Londonderry), Rosie Cooper, MP (Labour, West Lancashire), Mr 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), Dr Alasdair McDonnell, MP (SDLP, Belfast South), Mr Denis Murphy MP (Labour, Wansbeck) Mr Stephen Pound, MP (Labour, Ealing North),Mr Sammy Wilson, MP (Democratic Unionist Party, East Antrim)