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House of Lords Media Notices - November 2012

    

EU policing and crime measures - in or out?
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Lords Committee to inquire into the UK's opt-out from Protocol 36

Fair game? Lords consider competition regulation
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Professors appear before Lords Communications Committee

Ex-Children's Minister Tim Loughton quizzed by peers on adoption process
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Lords will also speak to representatives from the British Association of Social Workers and The College of Social Work

Lords Science Committee to hear from the Department of Health on Regenerative Medicine
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Britsih Heart Foundation, Medical Research Council and Wellcome trust will also give evidence

Quotas won't help women in business, say Lords
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Peers oppose EU plans to introduce quotas for women in business

Lords hear from BT and BSkyB
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Peers quiz representatives as part of their inquiry into media Convergence

Lords Committee on Adoption hears from birth families
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Birth family groups will give evidence to peers next week

Lords quiz RBS chief on Scottish independence
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Sir Philip Hampton will appear alongside RBS' Head of Group Economics

Lords ask: how can public services help keep us well for longer?
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Peers speak to experts and service providers

Lords Science Committee to hear from regenerative medicine experts
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Peers will quiz medical experts on issues like funding of research

Lords debate women on boards report
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House of Lords debates Committee report on EU plans to impose quotas for women in business, published last week

EU energy policy specialist to be quesitioned by Lords
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Lords Committee to question expert in EU energy on Wednesday

Agreement on Scottish independence referendum leaves questions to answer, say peers
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Issues raised include giving 16 and 17 year-olds the right to vote

Lords not satisfied with the Government response to their higher education in STEM subjects report
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Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics still not given the priority they deserve

How well are local authorities caring for older people? Lords to quiz social care providers
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Witnesses will include the Director of Social Services at Wiltshire County Council

Peers probe Government on EU health policies
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Lords holds one-off evidence session with Earl Howe, Health Minister

European Commission and industry quizzed by Lords
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The Commissioner and industry representative appear as part of inquiry into EU energy and growth

Finance and support for regenerative research
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Experts in regerative resarch and finance appear before Lords Science and Technology Committee

Lord Chancellor quizzed by Lords in annual evidence session
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Chris Grayling, Secretary of State for Justice, will appear before the Lords Constitution Committee on Wednesday

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