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House of Lords Media Notices - October 2013

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Lords begin inquiry into role of national parliaments in the EU
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Open Europe and Centre for European Reform to give evidence

Barristers from Leveson Inquiry to give evidence to Lords committee investigating public inquiries
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Peers also ask ‘Should the Government set up a dedicated public inquiries unit?'

How can the EU and UK Government tackle youth unemployment?
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Govt officials quizzed by Lords Committee on levels of youth unemployment in Europe

Lords to hear from Rt Hon Harriet Harman on media plurality
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Helen Goodman and Professor Martin Cave will also appear

What happened to the revolution in the culture of care?
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Lords committee continues investigation into Mental Capacity Act

Lord Mandelson to give evidence to Lords committee investigating ground breaking EU/US trade deal
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Lords to ask 'Could the prospect of an EU referendum in the UK undermine its position round the trade talks table?'

Lords Economic Affairs to hear from shale advocates and academic expert
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Witnesses will appear as part of the Committee's inquiry into the impact of shale gas and oil on the UK's energy policy

Lords not given adequate opportunity for debate on final Draft Royal Charter on Self-regulation of the Press
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Communications Committee Chairman, Lord Inglewood, writes to Culture Secretary Maria Miller MP

Former inquiry chairmen to give evidence to Lords Committee investigating Inquiries Act 2005
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Witnesses giving evidence oversaw inquiries including Dunblane Massacre, Stafford Hospital and Soham murders

Food waste prevention inquiry continues with evidence from retail and food industry organisations
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Evidence from representatives of the food industry and retailers as part of inquiry into food waste prevention

Mayor of London faces Lords' questions on Olympic and Paralympic Legacy
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Boris Johnson will appear in the last evidence session of the Committee's inquiry

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