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House of Lords Media Notices - January 2015

    

Lord Speaker addresses science education conference
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Baroness D'Souza will give the keynote speech at the Association for Science Education's (ASE) Annual Conference

Lords Committee to ask government: “will the lights go out?”
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Science and Technology Committee to ask who is ultimately responsible for a reliable electricity supply

Lords Committee concerned at Government's failure to monitor consultation practice
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Secondary Legislation Scrutiny Committee publishes report on Government's consultation practice today

Lords Built Environment Committee to question DCLG Chief Planner
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Committee will question the witnesses on a range of planning issues and the government response to challenges in built environment policy

Lords to question Director General of DPM's office on inter-governmental relations
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Lords Constitution Committee to take evidence from Dr Philip Rycroft, Director General of the Deputy Prime Minister's Office, and Helen MacNamara, Director of the Economic and Domestic Affairs Secretariat

Lords to question HS2 Executive Chairman
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Lords Economic Affairs Committee will this week quiz HS2 Executive Chairman Sir David Higgins and Jim O'Neill Chair of the Cities Growth Commission

Hacked Off, NUJ and Media Standards Trust discuss press regulation with Lords Committee
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Lords Communication Committee to hear evidence to discover the current state of play on press regulation

Civil Society Minister to give evidence to Charity Bill Committee
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Parliamentary Joint Committee on the draft Protection of Charities Bill will take evidence on Tuesday 13 January

Temporary exclusion orders should be subject to judicial oversight – Lords Committee
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Lords Constitution Committee has published its report on the Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill

Lords Committee looks at regulator's role in ensuring electricity resilience
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Science and Technology Committee asks what's been learned from recent blackouts

Alan Rusbridger and IPSO talk to Lords Committee about press regulation
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Lords Communications Committee's second evidence session of its inquiry

Lords quiz press regulators in first evidence session
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Lords Communication Committee begins its new inquiry into press regulation on Tuesday 13 January

Lords question people with personal experience of extradition in final evidence session of inquiry
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Lords Extradition Committee will question a member of the NatWest Three in final evidence session

Home Secretary and Justice Secretary face Lords' questions on opt-in and international agreements
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Lords EU Justice, Institutions and Consumer Protection Sub-Committee will question the Home Secretary on Wednesday 14 January

Leading Academics to give evidence on inter-governmental relations in the UK
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Lords Constitution Committee to hold first evidence session for its inquiry into inter-governmental relations in the UK

Broadcasters must do more to encourage women in news and current affairs broadcasting, says Lords
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BBC in particular has a “greater responsibility” to reflect its audience

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