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House of Lords Media Notices - June 2013

 

Has a generation been inspired?
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Lords to investigate olympic and paralympic legacy and holding first evidence session

Lords Science Committee calls on the Chancellor to increase the science budget
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Committee argue higher investment is associated with improved economic growth

Lords call for UK to continue participating in Europol
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EU Committee publish report on the proposal for a Europol Regulation

Lords embark on major new inquiry into media plurality
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House of Lords Communications Commitee will hear evidence from acamdemics and specialists

Lords Committee on soft power and the UK's influence to open inquiry
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Committee will hear from senior Government officials

Lords quiz Tessa Jowell and Ken Livingstone on Olympic Legacy
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Lords Committee on Olympic and Paralympic legacy will also question sports journalist

Lords to hear from OECD and European Commission on corporation tax
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Peers will questions experts tomorrow afternoon

City of London Corporation to give evidence on Genuine Economic and Monetary Union proposals
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Peers will also question representative from the British Chambers of Commerce

Lords Constitution Committee to quiz Jack Straw
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Former Foreign Secretary will face questions on Parliament's role in approving the use of armed force

Lords Committee questions Foreign Office over EU action on Syria
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Lords EU Committee on External Affairs will investigate the EU's approach to the conflict in Syria

Lords investigate whether public inquiries are fit for purpose
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Lords will scrutinise the legislation surrounding public inquiries in new investigation.

Lords quiz media plurality specialists
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Two senior academics give evidence into inquiry into media plurality.

Caring for people without capacity – is the law working?
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Lords committee asks if the Mental Capacity Act has been a success.

Economic Affairs Committee to hear from Treasury and Revenue and Customs officials
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Peers will hear evidence in their current inquiry into corporate taxation

Peers quiz Lord Coe on on Olympic and Paralympic legacy
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Committee will also hear from the CEOs of British sports organisations

Lords to hear from Citigroup and Berenberg Bank on GEMU
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Peers will also question Senior Analyst from Elcano Royal Institute of Madrid

Lords debates Commission's on a British Bill of Rights
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Participants are expected to include a former Attorney General and a former Justice Minister

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